For more than a century, the Chateau Les Crayeres – once a Reims property owned by the Polignac family, now a luxury hotel – has perpetuated a tradition of elegance and excellence. The very symbol of French-style art de vivre in the heart of Reims, city of art and history. The home of dedicated, caring service in a warm and intimate atmosphere. In this house, steeped in history and culture, there is a refined decor featuring the best in French classicism. Outside, a beautiful terrace overlooks the seven-hectare park. The Chateau: the only place in the world dedicated to the full enjoyment of champagne.
A DEN OF LUXURY Decorated with the refined care and attention to detail that is specific to the purest French classical style, the 20 rooms and suites in the Chateau and Cottage are all spacious and offer an exceptional setting. Luxury, peace and intimacy: The Chateau brings its guests the quintessence of French-style art de vivre in a green refuge in the heart of Reims. HIGH-END SERVICES The 20 rooms and suites of the Chateau harmoniously combine elegance and comfort, luxury and intimacy, and tradition and technology. While they naturally offer full access to broadband Internet and all modern digital facilities, more importantly, they embody the ultimate expression of an exceptional savoir vivre, and are named after the titles of nobility of the illustrious women of French history.
With its spacious, comfortable volumes (40 m² approx.), the Marquise rooms include a very large bathroom and refined, varied and colourful furnishings resulting in unique atmospheres that give each one a distinctive character, whether located in the Chateau or the Cottage: English style with canopy bed, golf theme, etc. Located in either wing of the Chateau, they open onto the court of honour or a private cottage terrace.
On a territory devoted to French Haute Cuisine, the refined courses are served in their most wonderful showcase. You will be enchanted with the spirit of this place moulded by History. A place where luxury, elegance and sensitivity mingle together. In the Restaurant Le Parc, the wood-panelled walls of the dining room denote conviviality, its glass walls make it a magnificent showcase where French Haute Cuisine and Nature sing their own praises. From the marriage of French culinary tradition reinvented by the kitchen staff along with the Wine Chef's oenological knowledge, comes out a unique symbiosis between courses and champagne.