Combining modern panache with a historic structure, the Continental Hôtel is a stylish and comfortable base for exploring the Champagne region. Located in central Reims, you’re just a short walk from the city’s main sights and the train station.
This lavish hotel is situated close to the heart of Reims, giving you convenient access to all the city’s historical attractions, shops and restaurants while providing a peaceful retreat thanks to its large, leafy grounds. Built in 1904, the building served as a family home for many years, with stone pillars and cherub statues adding to its striking appearance.
Its interiors are the work of designer Pierre Yves Rochon, blending Rococo and Belle Époque styles. Original portraits and tapestries hang from the walls, chandeliers illuminate the rooms from above and large windows with thick drapes let in natural sunlight.
Its palatial style, coupled with just 20 guest rooms, makes for an exclusive feel. Each room is individually decorated and varies in layout, but all exude elegance.
A highlight is having the chance to dine in the hotel’s two-Michelin-starred restaurant, which serves sophisticated French cuisine. There’s also a second French restaurant and a bar where you can sit down to afternoon tea.
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This is a beautifully appointed hotel in a prime location within Reims. We like to retreat to its lush grounds after exploring the city, but you’re also well placed here for exploring the Champagne countryside.
The 20 rooms span three categories, but each has its own style to suit its layout, whether it’s using patterned wallpaper or floral-print fabrics. All have an en suite bathroom, most with both a bathtub and shower. Superior rooms look out over the side of the nearby castle, deluxe rooms have views over the park or courtyard, and prestige rooms have full views of the castle along with a balcony or terrace in most cases. Some also have a fireplace, and all are equipped with a TV, Wi-Fi, a safe and a minibar.
The hotel is located in central Reims, close to many shops, restaurants and attractions. You’re within walking distance of some of the region’s most revered Champagne houses, including Taittinger, Veuve Clicquot and Pommery, as well as being close to the UNESCO World Heritage Site of the Abbey of Saint-Remi and Parc de Champagne.
Food and drink
- Two-Michelin-starred restaurant, Le Parc, serves French cuisine with added flair.
- Brasserie Le Jardin, offers a more low-key, modern dining experience.
- La Rotonde bar serves drinks and afternoon tea.
Facilities and activities
Nearby, the property can help arrange:
- Bicycle rental.
- Yoga sessions.
- Horse riding.
- 18-hole golf course.
- Hiking through the Champagne countryside.
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Where possible, we like to offer a range of accommodation for each stop of your trip, chosen by our specialists as some of their favorite places to stay. To help you make the right choice, we give each property a rating based on its facilities and service, but we also look for hotels with distinct character or a location that can’t be bettered.
Experiences while staying here
The following activities are designed to give you the most authentic experiences of the area where you’re staying. We work with local guides, who use their knowledge and often a resident’s eye to show you the main sights and more out-of-the-way attractions. Our specialists can also suggest outdoor pursuits and activities, such as cooking classes, that will introduce you to the traditions of the area’s inhabitants.
Champagne by e-bike
Champagne by e-bike
Champagne by e-bike
Spend the day exploring the history and vine-covered landscapes of France’s Champagne region by e-bike with a guide. You’ll stop at the village of Hautvillers, known as the birthplace of Champagne, visit two Champagne houses for tastings and enjoy a Champagne lunch in Épernay.View details
Explore France’s Champagne region with a private driver-guide. You’ll visit two wineries for tours and tastings, including a larger, well-known winery and a family-run boutique option. You’ll also visit historic Hautvillers, birthplace of Champagne, and pause for lunch paired with bubbly at a Champagne house.View details