Mercure Reims Cathedrale

3 out of 5 stars3 Stars

31 boulevard Paul Doumer, Reims, Champagne-Ardenne, 51723, France

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    the best location in Reims, the mercure

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    Recent post remind me that this is where i stayed everytime in the city for the last 22 years. They have family rooms available-(5 persons), and the service is very friendly. Modern facilities near the water canal, lovely location close to the Cathedral.

    Unique Quality: great views and location, all major sites in the city within 1 km easy walk.paying parking nearby and secure.restaurant on site, and just plain fun.

    Directions: great location ,from train station, walk about 15-min ; turn right on leaving station until conference center then turn left & follow water canal

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Travel to Reims

by DebEricson

We are flying into Orly airport at 12.55pm and want to travel directly to Reims. What is the best way to do this?

Re: Travel to Reims

by LeKangoo

Hello,
You will have to go from the airport to "gare de l'est" and then take a train.
Pay attention, there is high speed train (TGV) going to Reims, some of them can stop in a station outside of the city(Champagnes-Ardennes TGV). There will be shuttle then, but might be worth to look at train which stop directly at the station 'Reims-gare'

To go from airport to Gare de l'est :http://www.ratp.info/orienter/cv/carteparis.php (go to Antony and take a RER B to Gare de l'est. On ratp site you can have schedule)
To go from gare de l'Est to Reims : http://www.voyages-sncf.com/

Here is an example below of some train. You can either book ticket from website, or book at the station. Might be better if you book before, but well, going out of a plane, plan to be able to change your ticket in case of you are late
12h57 PARIS EST

13h42 REIMS GARE
TGV 2733

Période normale
Durée : 00h45

13h57 PARIS EST

14h37 > 14h47 via CHAMPAGNE ARDENNE TGV
TGV 2777

Période normale
Durée : 00h58

14h55 REIMS GARE
TER 40519

15h57 PARIS EST

16h42 REIMS GARE
TGV 2743

Hope this help

Yannick

Re: Travel to Reims

by max_stirner

Hi :-)

The best and easy way is to rent a car.

Max ;-)

Re: Travel to Reims

by leics

http://www.aeroportsdeparis.fr/ADP/en-GB/Passagers/Access-maps-car-parks/Paris-Orly/Access/public-transport/

will give you info in English on all public transport into Paris from Orly.

You can check Paris >Reims train times and details in English here;

http://www.bahn.com/i/view/overseas/en/index.shtml

If you want to find fares as well, you will have to use the French railway website but do stay with the French language version (it's easy to work out):

http://www.voyages-sncf.com/billet-train/horaires

If you choose the English language version you will be taken to the TGV/Raileurope site which does not always list all departures. Raileurope also charges commission on fares.

Paris Est > Reims takes from around 45 minutes on the faster trains. Trains are roughly hourly, some involving a change. One-way fare varies according to departure time from around 16 euro.

Travel Tips for Reims

All about Reims

by mariev

Here you can find information about the town and its ressources.
Audioguides for all the main local attractions and maps are available as tours bookings, postcards, souvenirs....
There is even a bureau de change inside (and free toilets just across the street)

The tourism office is situated just beside the cathedral in a seemingly half destroyed building (a former cellar).

Address : 2, rue Guillaume de Machault
51000 Reims

phone 03.26.77.45.00
mail : info@reims-tourisme.com
website : www.reims-tourisme.com

The Chagall window from inside

by MEdelmann


This is the Chagall window again. I have shown it on a tip before, but this time I photograped it from inside. I don´t think it need many words to describe it .....

Simply click on the picture to see all the amazing details of this great window!

TEA FROM INDIA.........

by eden_teuling about A BEST FRIEND....

Arriving home after my The Netherlands - Germany - France - Belgium - The Netherlands trip the circle was closed......

It was good to be home again and I found a nice packet of REAL INDIAN TEA, my favourite BRAND: ORANGE PEKOE........

A VT friend from INDIA, travelling Europe, had missed me but had left this TEA here for me to enjoy......which was a very sweet gesture, much appreciated by me........and 500 gramms: I can enjoy this day after day after day for quite some time...........

Veuve Cliquot champagne house

by MEdelmann


When in Reims, don´t forget to visit a champagne house. I did it and we visited the Veuve Cliquot champagne house (I hope I wrote it correct, french speaking VTers please correct me if I am wrong).

It is very interesting to see. I liked this cellar which was made in a chalk hill. That is the reasons why the walls are white.

Palais du Tau

by Dabs

Another UNESCO World Heritage Site in Reims, the Palais du Tau was built between 1498 and 1509 and was used by the kings for their coronations. It was here that the kings dressed before the coronation and where they held lavish banquets afterwards. The last coronation and royal banquet was for Charles X who was crowned in 1825. The name Tau comes from the shape of the palace which resembles a "T", tau in Greek. Like the Notre-Dame Cathedral nearby, it was also damaged in WWI and restored following WWII.

The palace is now a museum containing such exhibits as statues and treasures from the Cathedral, Flemish tapestries and royal attire from coronations of French kings.

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Address: 31 boulevard Paul Doumer, Reims, Champagne-Ardenne, 51723, France