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Reims is celebrated globally as the home of champagne. In France it is famous for its impressive cathedral where 26 kings were crowned and for the St Remi basilica where many of them were buried. Although severely damaged in World War I, Reims retains an attractive old center. One unassuming museum marks a key event at the end of the Second World War. Reims is an engaging city to wander, perhaps taking a break for a glass of the local bubbly from one of several champagne houses offering tastings and tours. Online accommodation specialist venere.com can provide a range of great Reims hotels to suit any preferences or budget. Choose from the best value rooms in Reims and book in advance with Venere to secure your accommodation in the heart of champagne country.
What's Reims Like
The historic highlight of the old center of Reims is the 13th century cathedral of Notre Dame. It is known for the unusual statues decorating the exterior, a great array of laughing angels. Inside, the cathedral features some striking, kaleidoscopic stained glass. The ancient abbey of St Remi includes a spacious Romanesque basilica that is the resting place of early French kings. More recent historic events are featured in the Museum of the Surrender, with a simple and understated exhibit in the old school (and former US command base) where the Germans signed the surrender at the end of World War II. The champagne trade is the main economic concern in Reims and visitors are invited to learn about the process in guided cellar tours at a number of the famous producers. Inevitably the tours end with a tasting. Reims hotels are the ideal base for exploring this historic part of France.
Tips for Getting Along with Locals in Reims
English is not understood everywhere in Reims, so having a collection of versatile French phrases at your command will be useful. In France it is traditional to offer a simple greeting to waiters or shop staff before making an enquiry or placing an order. Join locals in shopping in one of France's most stylish food markets, the Art Deco Halles du Boulangrin, where the produce matches the elegance of the surroundings. As well as champagne, Reims is well known for its local ham, and for its refined patisseries. Use the venere.com search features to narrow down our selection of Reims hotels to the one that best fits your requirements. Candid and accurate assessments from past guests, along with photos and sample room details, build up a clear picture of the amenities you can expect from Reims accommodation.