Cheap Hotels in Epernay
The entire staff is happy to welcome you in a magnificent mansion, situated in the heart of the city center, the capitale of Champagne and only at a few steps from the Avenue de Champagne. This situation places the hotel Jean Moët in the center of the main tourist attractions of the city and in the heart of the “sparnacienne” animation. It is built in building of the 18th Century. With its protected facade and its magnificent glass room of style 1800, called the winter garden, we welcome you in our tea room after your visits of the capitale of Champagne.
Vacancéole - Les Demeures Champenoises Hotel
Hôtel Le Magellan
ibis Épernay Centre-Ville Hotel
The ibis Epernay Centre Ville hotel is located right in the center of the city. It offers 66 renovated and air-conditioned rooms, including Family Rooms. Our bar and snack service are open 24 hours a day. Treat yourself to our unlimited buffet breakfast from 6:30am to 10am during the week, and until midday on weekends and public holidays. Public outdoor and underground car parks nearby (charges apply).
Kyriad Epernay Hotel
More than 210 establishments, while meeting the same quality standards, are each different and make every hotel stay a new experience
Champagne Voirin-jumel Hotel
Hôtel de Champagne
This comfortable hotel is set in Epernay. A total of 48 guests rooms are available for guests' convenience. No pets are allowed on the premises.
La Villa Eugène Hotel
La Bulle De Champagne Hotel
Hotels in Epernay
Épernay, the self-proclaimed capital of champagne, is surrounded by vineyards. Home to some of the world's most famous champagne producers, this bubbly nectar is bottled in the town and stored away in its network of chalk rock cellars. Indeed, the Avenue de Champagne has a vast 110 kilometres of these cellars, solely for housing champagne. It's no wonder that Churchill called it “the world's most drinkable address”. Which is a perfect reason to book into one of the many Épernay hotels.
The main activity in Épernay is undoubtedly the range of champagne tours. The first champagne house opened here in 1729, followed in 1743 by Moët & Chandon, with Perrier Jouët, de Venoge and Mercier joining in the 19th century. Today, visitors can tour the famous cellars and enjoy champagne tastings. The most famous, Moët & Chandon's, takes you up to 30m beneath the chalky soil, into a labyrinthine 28km of cellars. You'll learn about the history and production of the champagne before tasting it yourself.
To refresh yourself after your tasting, you can take a walking tour around the town. Must-sees include the Hotel de Ville, the beautiful gardens of the Moët & Chandon Orangerie and the Jardin d'Horticulture – home to the one of the most attractive Fauz de Verzy (dwarf trees) in the town.
For those with an architectural interest, Épernay doesn't disappoint, charting its prosperity through different ages. From the Renaissance and classical buildings on the Avenue De Champagne, to Charles Perrier's Louis XIII-style Chateau-Perrier and the Hotel de Ville, the buildings here are statuesque. There's also the Art Nouveau Maison De La Lune, meaning the Moon House, with intriguing lunar architectural touches.
There's also the Notre-Dame church, which houses magnificent 16th-century stained glass windows. Nearby, Saint Martin's Portal, a remnant of the previous Notre-Dame church, is an unexpected, imposing stone monument with intricate carvings.
Restaurants, Cafes and Bars
Unsurprisingly, Épernay has a number of dining options, including La Cave à Champagne which offers a comforSEOSITE_LEVEL_DESCRIPTION atmosphere and classic French cuisine. For something different, try Cook'In – a fusion of French and Thai dishes with adventurous offerings. The Pâtisserie Vincent Dallet is a popular choice for delicious sweet treats, from pastries to tarts, macaroons and chocolates…perfect with a glass of champagne.
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