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There is something confusingly artistic about this place. Through a fairly straight forward frontage you enter a world of objet d’art. There’s no consistent theme apart from perhaps things that are eye-catching. Then there’s the room layouts. It was never intended as a hotel, so...More
We stayed with the family two adults and two children and they gave us the top floor rooms giving us freedom and relative privacy. Our stay was absolutely excellent. The hotel is kept immaculately clean with linen changed every day and service definitely above what...More
We booked the Clos Raymi for our three night stay in Epernay. It is a little bit of a walk into town but my wife and I actually enjoyed that after good meals and champagne tasting. We stayed in the Touscan room and it is...More
Do not be fooled by the French word Hotel in the name, as it is an ancient usage meaning house. Rooms, bathrooms and breakfast are great, but the WiFi is poor and one must lug baggage up and down stairs. Madam is efficient and friendly...More
We stayed here to take advantage of the champagne houses in Epernay and arrived late afternoon. There is parking for about six or seven cars at the front of the hotel.
This would have been a grand French house at one time and the style...More
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Free High Speed Internet ( WiFi )
US$136 - US$224 (Based on Average Rates for a Standard Room)
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Response from NottsGirlsontour | Reviewed this property |
Hello Linda. I've only just seen your question so it's probably too late to answer but it seems to be a relaxed arrival time as long as the hotel know. The owner is an elderly lady who lives on site. Arrival was notified to... More
Hello Linda. I've only just seen your question so it's probably too late to answer but it seems to be a relaxed arrival time as long as the hotel know. The owner is an elderly lady who lives on site. Arrival was notified to us as "after 1:30pm" so just email and let them know when you'll arrive. It's an unusual place, do not expect a normal hotel with normal procedures but that is its charm.
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"The room "Toscane" is the largest; (and most expensive) beatifully decorated, large bathroom..."