20, rue Libergier - 51100 Reims

03 26 47 28 46

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Charming hotel located at the crossroads of the Cathedral and the Place Drouet d'Erlon (next to the Cathedral parking lot), the Hôtel de la Cathédrale offers you 17 individualized and comfortable rooms on 4 floors (no elevator). Mrs et Mr SHI, Martine and Bruno will warmly welcome you and do their best to make your stay magical.

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Hotel not accessible to people with reduced mobility

Location de chambre Reims-centre
Hôtel de charme Reims-centre
Réservation hôtel Reims gare
Réservation chambres Reims

Hôtel de la Cathédrale

Charming hotel in Reims (51)

Tourist sites

  • Reims Opera | 3 min

    It was built by the local architect Alphonse Gosset and inaugurated in 1873.

    Destroyed during the Second World War, it was then rebuilt in the Art Deco style.

  • Palace of Tau | 2 min

    The Palace of Tau is now the House of the Notre-Dame museum. The treasures of the Cathedral and a part of the original statuary of the church are displayed there.

  • Gallo-Roman Cryptoporticus | 10 min

    Under the Place du Forum was found one of the three galleries that constituted the Gallo-Roman Cryptoporticus. Built around the year 200, those galleries, used for the storage of grains, are among the few that were discovered around the world.

  • Reims museum of Fine Arts | 2 min

    Built in 1794, it contains one of the most prestigious collection of a local French museum. It displays the biggest artistic movements from the 16th to the 20th century throughout paintings, sculptures, furniture and artifacts.

  • Le Vergeur Museum Hotel | 10 min

    The Le Vergeur Hotel was built from the 13th to the 16th century. It has a beautiful internal frontage built in Renaissance style. The Museum, house of Hugues Kraft in the 1930s and left in that state, displays the furniture, paintings, engravings and artifacts of the patron, as well as original woodcuts from Durer.

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