Hotels Near Reims University In Reims

3.7/510 Reviews
0.58km from Reims University
Located half-way between the cathedral and the Saint Rémi Basilica, Hôtel Gambetta - Café Des Artistes is a 10-minute walk from the centre of Reims.It offers 14 rooms, 2 of which can accommodate up to 5 people. A flat-screen TV, telephone and free Wi-Fi access are provided in each, and the private bathrooms are fitted with a shower.The hotel also takes its pride in its Café des Artistes, a cosy place to relax or socialize. You can enjoy some snacks and drinks in the café before visiting Reims, with its famous cathedral, its fort and the Palace of Tau.
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4.6/5Outstanding7 Reviews
0.71km from Reims University
We decided to stay in Reims as a stop on our travels further south and needed a pet friendly stay for 1 night and it was perfect. The location is great, about 5 mins walk from the cathedral, there’s loads of on street parking (which was only €4 euros for 5 hours and free after 7pm and all day Sunday - and as we checked in on Saturday this was way cheaper than we expected!). Check in and check out were easy and the team were friendly and helpful. As we were staying with a puppy we never expected we’d be staying in a luxurious room (it also didn’t cost much so wouldn’t expect that it would be pure luxury) but the one we stayed in was clean, in good repair, was spacious, with an additional mezzanine floor. The room had everything we needed and with space to fit all the extra puppy travel stuff! I’d definitely recommend to others, it was an absolute bargain and perfect for what we needed.
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4/5Very Good10 Reviews
0.78km from Reims University
It’s a funky place but served us well. The place is half college dorm, half hotel - so rooms are small, but with a kitchenette and desk. Bathroom and shower good. There is no a/c so for hot August nights it was not cool enough... but you can walk to several champagne houses. The price is right for what you get. Wish there was somebody on the desk for longer periods to help with directions and suggestions. And beware, there’s construction all around, so GPS directions make it very difficult to find!
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4.3/5Excellent2 Reviews
0.98km from Reims University
The room was quite lovely- very clean and spacious and the hotel was conveniently located in walking distance to city center and restaurant boulevard. However, the room was not cleaned and we had to request clean towels. (Possibly this is hotel policy that room isn't cleaned unless requested, but I did not see such notice.) While the amenities included a safe and electric kettle, addition of a small refrigerator would have made the room perfect. Check-in and check out took a little time as there is only one person on duty at front desk and they have to attend to guests, answer phones and host for breakfast. While the hotel reservation site states that there is a restaurant on site, I suppose because of COVID-19 it is open only for breakfast. Updating web site would be appreciated. The bar; however, was open and service and selection was outstanding. Can purchase bottles of champagne as gifts directly at the hotel, The elevator was reasonable size to fit two people and luggage. Dogs are allowed in rooms and with the size of the room there is more than enough space for them. While there is garage parking, there is also outside parking which was good for us as we have an SUV which has difficulty meeting the garage height requirements. The price was very reasonable for the room. Overall, a very nice hotel and we look forward to staying there again on our next visit to Reims.
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4.5/5Excellent5 Reviews
1km from Reims University
We were here for a romantic valentine’s day getaway. The hotel is walking distance from the town center as well as a few champagne houses. From the moment we arrived to the time we departed the staff couldn’t have been more attentive. We stayed in a two-room suite in the cottage that was quaint and romantic. On the evening of Valentine’s day, we received a beautiful chocolate sculpture in our room and a bottle of champagne. The lounge is a great place to have a drink and relax. It has an extensive list of champagnes on offer. The front desk was able to arrange a car service to take us to Paris as well as inquire about touring a local champagne house. The hotel is a little on the pricey side, but the rooms and service are well worth it.
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4.7/5Outstanding7 Reviews
1.01km from Reims University
On arrival the reception staff could not have been more helpful, extending to providing a trolley for a suitcases without a prompt; our room was an unsolicited upgrade and it certainly lived up to its designation" premier". we arrived at midday just before the restaurant closed but even so the staff were so obliging especially in welcoming our dog who is thoroughly conversant with the rules. having viewed the city and the cathedral which was within easy walking distance, we returned for our evening meal. again the staff could not be faulted. It was also very good value with the commended wine of good quality and price. The comfort of our room extended to the bed and pillows and the extras, coffee machine and fridge; The breakfast was well prepared but suffered a little from presentation; If you have a high vehicle then parking may be limited but was certainly convenient. Please check laundry for cleanliness and provide a non-slip mat in the shower.
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3.7/51 Reviews
1.03km from Reims University
Stayed for one night. The only upsides to this hotel are the staff who were helpful and pleasant and the proximity to the cathedral. We've all stayed in tired hotels but this one is exhausted. The room was very small for a double and had one electrical socket, but both a kettle and a fan heater to use?? The shower/washroom /toilet cubicle was tiny and had a broken folding door. Probably a necessity to have this type of door as any other, would hit the bed or the sink. The cubicle could not be locked ensuring a complete lack of privacy for use of toilet etc. The shower cubicle was too small for me to climb up into as it had a raised edge and was mounted about a foot higher than the floor. My wife, who is a size 8, found it uncomfortably small but was able to shower. There was another broken/missing door to the shower replaced by a curtain.There was black tape of some sort holding a ceiling tile together and the wall mounted hair drier did not work. The radiator had no adjustment other than being full on or off. The staff, when asked, provided a trailing lead so we could use phone chargers and a hair drier that did work. Their is no lift/elevator and knowing this we booked a room (no 11)on the first floor and had light overnight bags. The walls on the narrow stairs to the first floor were damaged and in poor condition and I assume caused by large cases. This hotel has a small breakfast room on the ground floor that has seating and tables for 12 people. The breakfast was nice and had varied options.There no other laid up tables when we left this morning. Draw your own conclusions.
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4.6/5Outstanding2 Reviews
1.15km from Reims University
Check in was efficient and our passports were not required. We were asked to pay for our full stay, up-front, on arrival. I don’t necessarily have a problem with this (as long as things don’t go wrong during the stay) but one benefit is that there is no need to check out at the end of your stay. Any purchases during the stay must be paid for at the point of purchase. My room was basic, i.e. no safe or minibar and no stand for your case, but it was clean and comfortable and had a separate chair and table to sit at. The individual heaters (one per room) seemed to have a life of their own. At certain times, no matter how you set it, it would not come on. I understand from my five colleagues that this “feature” was common in each room. The heating was available during the night, which was good as it was below freezing on one night. One bottle of water and a small bag of sweets are provided on the first day. These are not then replenished. The bathroom was very small but it had a decent, walk-in shower with plenty of hot water. Soap was available for the sink and the shower from two separate dispensers. My only complaint about the bathroom was the toilet paper. It was the cheapest, most dreadful stuff I have ever seen, with each square being slightly above the size of a postage stamp. Had I known it would have been this bad, I would have brought a roll with me from home. You have been warned!! Breakfast was not the most elaborate I’ve seen but it was OK, nonetheless. Always plenty of seating in the breakfast room. You had to boil your own eggs using the same contraption we found in the Ibis Styles, Carouges, Geneva. It was quite efficient on the first day, but totally inadequate on the second day. I didn’t even bother with it on the third day. Breakfast is included in the room price. The hotel has a small bar area. On our first visit to the bar there was no member of staff in sight. A man sat at a table with a laptop and ignored us. I assumed he was another customer. After about 10 minutes of us looking around to try and find someone to serve us, it turned out that the man at the table was the barman cum receptionist. I know he may have been busy but serving the customers promptly would have been a better use of his time. Fortunately, we were served more promptly on the next two evenings. They had a draught beer called Affligem, which I have not encountered before. A largish 500ml glass was €9.80! That’s £8.42 (or £9.57 per pint!). You certainly wouldn’t want to be paying for several of them. The hotel was reasonably located. “Centre-ville” it most certainly was not but we found that, generally, it took about 15 minutes of leisurely walking to reach the cathedral and other central areas. The hotel area is safe and clean. We had rooms facing an inner car-park which meant they were all quiet. That was a good thing as the hotel is located next to two major roads but we had no problems with that. Finally, on our last night we asked t
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4/5Very Good5 Reviews
1.33km from Reims University
The hotel was in a very good location, close to the train station. The host, Hocine is a really nice guy and really went out of the way for me. He booked Ouigo train tickets for me, when my credit card would not work on Ouigo site. We had a quad room, which was extremely clean & comfortable. Beds were good, quite room, able to get a good nights sleep. Bathroom was also very clean and modern, shower pressure was good and plenty of hot water. We enjoyed our stay and would highly recommend the hotel.
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3.7/510 Reviews
1.35km from Reims University
It is located next to a pedestrian street. Main entrance is closed, so finding staff might be tricky. I met the staff in the restaurant attached to the hotel (hotel`s next door); my reservation was OK. Stairways to access rooms, no lift available. The room I got (No 7) was comfortable, good bed to sleep, soft mattress. The bathroom was clean. I found a very good wi-fi in the room. TV set and heater available, and no safe in the room. All was in order and clean. Easy to walk around from this hotel, some of the touristic attractions are found near. Apart of the several stores close to the hotel, I highlight some great bakeries located on the same pedestrian street. Staff service just fair.
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4/5Very Good4 Reviews
1.38km from Reims University
We’ve stayed in this fabulous hotel in central Reims many times. They are updating constantly and we had a seventh floor It offers an underground secure car park at €14. The room had a coffee maker, robes, slippers, English satellite tv, complimentary water. The décor and lighting was fabulous and the bathroom with the walk-in shower was spotless and very modern. The breakfast is a hefty €17 euros a head We arrived at 8.30am and most tables had not been cleared and remained this way with just one person clearing very slowly Coffee was in an urn - most unusual for a hotel of this calibre, the scrambled eggs were cold, the sausages were hard. Such a shame particularly as many lesser hotels have succeeded where this hotel has failed.
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3.7/510 Reviews
1.41km from Reims University
We stayed here on our way back to Calais & it was a great find. Great city centre location, close to all restaurants & bars & 10 minute walk to the Cathedral. Rooms are spacious & bed was really comfy. Secure parking next door cost €16 overnight & was really handy. Not sure why it’s only a 2 star, it’s a little gem.
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Hotels Near Reims University In Reims Review

5/53 Reviews
We booked in here as we made the mistake of booking at the cheaper end of the hotels available, thinking that we weren’t going to be in the hotel much. While the bathroom is clean and spacious, the room itself is dated due to the colour scheme (browns and burnt orange...) and poor room layout. The classic rooms have little space to move around. Pros: • The bed is amazing! The sheets were super soft and clean, the mattress was like a supportive cloud and everything about the bed was wonderful. • Parking was relatively simple • Check in/out was quick and painless • We showed up a just around 13:00 - and even though check in was advertised as 15:00 - our room was ready for us immediately • Fabulous location to easily walk into town and be instantly surrounded by shops and restaurants Cons: • We were in room 312; this is front of the building (street view) and right next to the elevator, which makes a racket whenever it opens. • Minibar is warm (not chilled) and as per normal, far too expensive for what you get... • The thermostat in our room didn’t work, so we were in 22° room that could only be cooled only by the window being left open, which let in all the noise from the street - so we shut it to sleep • There is maintenance currently going on at the hotel which caused us to be woken at 08:30 am by a contractor scratching at our windows for 30 mins and shouting to his colleague. I also particularly enjoyed the part where I opened the window to let some cold air in (while we went to breakfast) and came back to a room that stank of cigarettes, as the workers had smoked below/outside the window. • If you happen to unfortunately find yourself in one of these street side rooms which has the maintenance outside, I recommend keeping the main curtains closed at all times. I started packing in my underwear with the mesh curtains shut (as the room was a mini smokehouse sauna by this point) and when I turned around, I was bestowed with the sight of a contractor happily scratching away at the window staring straight in at me... • Breakfast: one of my FAVOURITE things about a hotel. At £16pp this array was disappointing. We arrived at 09:25 with breakfast finishing at 10:00 on weekdays. The hotel staff were clearly slacking off in the hope that no one else was going to turn up for breakfast this late. As such NOT ONE of the tables for 2-4 people were dressed with cutlery or condiments or clean. This happened for everyone who came in after us also which is most unwelcoming. • The breakfast food was average, granted there was a good choice but nothing shone for me. Warm juice and milks on offer, nothing chilled down or cold and the cooked breakfast wasn’t replenished routinely enough. I would genuinely expect the Hotel to be reducing the cost of these rooms that are disturbed by the maintenance currently ongoing and I would highly recommend checking your room is to your liking before settling in. This is your average ho
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5/51 Reviews
We were worried after reading the previous reviews! Quirky, chalet or motel style hotel. Rooms are small but clean and I’ve stayed in much worse for much more money! Watch the mezzanine access by ladder - bit steep and narrow but kids will love it! Tea and coffee making facilities, hairdryer, toiletries and a great breakfast! For the price it does the job and is in an excellent position for getting off the A34 from the south and getting onto the A26 going North. Out of town last minute shopping 5 mins easy drive with a McDs and a HyperU. Say no more!
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4.2/51 Reviews
Let me state from the outset - all those reviewers who said this place was small - they weren't kidding! First impressions are good, a pleasant shady courtyard, a short flight of steps to a pretty art deco reception. Very smart. Receptionist was reasonably friendly and helpful. Then ride in the 1930s style elevator to the 4th floor to see our modern, apparently recently refurbished room. Well, I say room, more of a cell. I've stayed in a lot of French hotels, and many, especially in Paris, are very small but this place is in a league of its own. The room is dominated by the (comfortable) bed, there is about one metre on all 3 sides of it. The shower room is naturally also tiny - the cubicle itself is normal size, and the shower is hot with good pressure, but it is squeezed in next to the hand basin and toilet on the other side with a space the size of a phone box alongside to stand and dry off in. There is a tiny corner table with a little round chair (like a stool with a back). There's no brewing equipment - nowhere to put it. The decor is modern, neutrally coloured and to my eyes pleasant, and there are plenty of electrical outlets. No air conditioning. I slept well, but it's not a room to sit in. It's well appointed and a triumph of packaging to fit everything in. Oh, and the TV didn't work properly, picture and audio kept breaking up on all channels. Housekeeping is not great, our bathroom bin was half full with the previous guest's rubbish and they mistakenly took away our hand soap while we were out. Breakfast was standard French, bread and pastries along with the usual cereal and yoghurt and coffee and juices etc. There were also some cold meats and cheeses. The bread was ok but the pastries disappointing - a miniature croissant that was dense and neither buttery nor flakey was not what I expect to find in a French hotel - you'd do much better if you can find a cafe or bakery for breakfast. I noted references to a discount in the nextdoor car park - I asked at reception and was told there was no discount. The hotel is in an excellent location, and there's not a lot they can do about the tiny rooms - the building is what it is, but we only stayed one night and it was really irritating. I really can't recommend this hotel.
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5/52 Reviews
We stayed in August and we used it as a stopover on our drive down towards the French Alps. We usually break our journey from Newcastle on the first night with a stop in Epernay or Dijon, but we're so pleased we chose Reims this time as it is a beautiful city - and the Cathedral is a must-see. The Ibis Styles Reims Centre Gare hotel was really excellent - with very easy access from the motorway, and parking is right beside the hotel in the car park at the Railway Station. You pay for the parking at the hotel and they will give you a ticket to exit. It is just a short stroll from the hotel through the pedestrianised area in front of the Station and straight into the heart of the restaurant and bar area. We had the continental breakfast at the hotel which was delicious and plenty of choice.
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4.3/52 Reviews
The room was quite lovely- very clean and spacious and the hotel was conveniently located in walking distance to city center and restaurant boulevard. However, the room was not cleaned and we had to request clean towels. (Possibly this is hotel policy that room isn't cleaned unless requested, but I did not see such notice.) While the amenities included a safe and electric kettle, addition of a small refrigerator would have made the room perfect. Check-in and check out took a little time as there is only one person on duty at front desk and they have to attend to guests, answer phones and host for breakfast. While the hotel reservation site states that there is a restaurant on site, I suppose because of COVID-19 it is open only for breakfast. Updating web site would be appreciated. The bar; however, was open and service and selection was outstanding. Can purchase bottles of champagne as gifts directly at the hotel, The elevator was reasonable size to fit two people and luggage. Dogs are allowed in rooms and with the size of the room there is more than enough space for them. While there is garage parking, there is also outside parking which was good for us as we have an SUV which has difficulty meeting the garage height requirements. The price was very reasonable for the room. Overall, a very nice hotel and we look forward to staying there again on our next visit to Reims.
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4.6/57 Reviews
We decided to stay in Reims as a stop on our travels further south and needed a pet friendly stay for 1 night and it was perfect. The location is great, about 5 mins walk from the cathedral, there’s loads of on street parking (which was only €4 euros for 5 hours and free after 7pm and all day Sunday - and as we checked in on Saturday this was way cheaper than we expected!). Check in and check out were easy and the team were friendly and helpful. As we were staying with a puppy we never expected we’d be staying in a luxurious room (it also didn’t cost much so wouldn’t expect that it would be pure luxury) but the one we stayed in was clean, in good repair, was spacious, with an additional mezzanine floor. The room had everything we needed and with space to fit all the extra puppy travel stuff! I’d definitely recommend to others, it was an absolute bargain and perfect for what we needed.
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