Bordeaux Reims Strasbourg
11 Days Private Champagne, Alsace & Burgundy Travel Package
Small Groups ( 2~10 )
- Know before
- Meeting point
- Visit famous Champagne Houses in Reims & Epernay
- Explore the charming villages & vineyards of the Alsace Wine Route
- Tour the Côte de Beaune & Côte de Nuits Vineyards of Burgundy
- English speaking driver-guide, expert in French Wines & Culture
Program & Itinerary
Begin your private multi-day tour in the Champagne region of France. Explore the town of Reims with your guide including a visit to the world famous Cathedral, tour the vineyards and visit some famous Champagne Houses to learn about the production process and taste different types of Champagne.
We will then transfer you east to the Alsace region. Here, enjoy a gourmet tour in Strasbourg, and day trips that will take you to Colmar, along the Alsace wine route and in Southern Germany. Vineyard visits & tasting of local Alsace white wines are also on your program.
Finally, reach the Burgundy wine producing region of France. Based in Beaune, your daily wine tours will have you follow the Route des Grands Crus. Visit & wine taste in local wineries of the Côte de Beaune and Côte de Nuits wine regions.
ARRIVAL IN REIMS - PRIVATE HOTEL TRANSFERPick up in Reims Train Station and private transfer to your centrally located hotel. Check in at your hotel and night in Reims.Pick up in Reims Train Station and private transfer to your centrally located hotel. Check in at your hotel and night in Reims.
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REIMS VISIT & CHAMPAGNE HOUSES VISIT AND TASTINGMeet your English speaking guide, expert in Champagne Wines Today, meet your English speaking guide who is an expert in Champagne Wines. Once you have met your guide, he/she will go over the program and itinerary of your champagne tasting tour with you.Guided tour of Reims CathedralListed as a Unesco World...Meet your English speaking guide, expert in Champagne Wines
Today, meet your English speaking guide who is an expert in Champagne Wines. Once you have met your guide, he/she will go over the program and itinerary of your champagne tasting tour with you.
Guided tour of Reims Cathedral
Listed as a Unesco World Heritage Site, 13th century Notre-Dame de Reims Cathedral is one of Europe's most important Gothic structures. It is considered to be a masterpiece of Architecture and one of the most impressive Cathedrals of Northern France.
It is here that King Clovis was baptized around year 498 giving birth to the Kingdom of the Franks and starting a long lasting tradition: except two, all of the Kings of France have been crowned here! The most famous King to have been crowned here on July 17th 1429 is without a doubt Charles VII who was accompanied by Joan of Arc. The last King that was crowned in Reims was Charles X on May 29th 1825.
Inside, admire the unique stained glass windows the most beautiful are located on the western façade including the rose window. There are also unique stained glass windows created by Marc Chagall in the central axial chapel.
Other amazing features of the Cathedral include the 15th century Gothic Organ Case as well as the wooden Astronomical Clock and a statue of Joan of Arc that dates back to the early 20th century. The Cathedral is also home to an exceptionally rich statuary – over 2 300 statues among which the famous Smiling Angel.
Visit & Wine tasting at Champagne House Veuve Clicquot (or similar)
This highly recommended visit includes product descriptions, a company history, profile of the owner, and harvest information. Founded in 1772 by Philippe Clicquot-Muiron, the house played an important role in establishing champagne as a favored drink of Bourgeoisie and Nobility throughout Europe.
After the death of her Husband, in 1805, Barbe Nicole Ponsardin known as the widow Clicquot (veuve in French) became the first woman to take over a Champagne house. Under Madame Clicquot's guidance, the firm focused entirely on producing high rated Champagne. She will also revolutionize the techniques behind the Champagne making process.
Participate in a small group Champagne tour that will include a cellar visit. You will then have the opportunity to taste one of the best Champagnes produced in Reims. After your tasting visit, it will be time to move on and continue your Champagne day private tour.
Make your way to the Champagne producing region
Then, board your premium, air conditioned vehicle and begin to make your way to the Champagne vineyard wine producing region. Arriving in the Champagne region, you start your day with the scenic Route du Champagne. It meanders among the vineyards and picturesque villages, offering a charming bucolic landscape.
Reach the Côte des Blancs producing area for a sightseeing of some of the most famous Grandes Maisons de Champagne such as: Bollinger, Gosset, Deutz, etc. En route the countryside is enameled with beautiful Grand Cru villages like Ay, Hautvillers, Bouzy, Le Mesnil, Verzenay, etc.
Optional Champagne pairing lunch at a local property
The Foureur family have been wine growers since the 16th century and they produce Champagne under their own brand since 1875. They are located in the Grand Cru village of Ambonnay. They own 4 hectares of grand cru vineyard, especially renowned for their Pinot Noir.
This allowed them to produce 20 000 bottles, mainly sold in France. Far from the commercial aspect of the Grandes Maisons, you will discover here the ancestral methods for the making process of champagne and meet passionate people.
If you select this option, you will be introduced to the art of Food & Wine pairing. On this particular tour your food will be paired with Champagne from starters to dessert. After lunch, your private champagne tour moves on to visit another family vineyard.
Visit & Champagne tasting at a family owned winery
The House was created in 1875 in the little village of Damery located in the Marne’s Valley. Laure and David are proud to be today the Fifth generation of winemakers. They are focused on the respect of both traditional and ancestral working methods.
Their champagne Plaisir d’Antan is a good example of this philosophy: made with 100% Chardonnay, this Cuvée is aged in oak barrels like it was done before the creation of stainless steel vats. This gives the Champagne a very unique taste. They work as independent winemakers with 12 hectares (30 acres) of vineyards and produce 80 000 bottles per year.Read moreRead less
EPERNAY VISIT & CHAMPAGNE HOUSES VISIT AND TASTINGArrive in the Champagne producing regionYour small group private tour begins with a drive through the scenic Route du Champagne. It meanders among the vineyards and picturesque villages, offering a charming bucolic landscape. We take you to the Côte des Blancs for a sightseeing of some of the most famous...Arrive in the Champagne producing region
Your small group private tour begins with a drive through the scenic Route du Champagne. It meanders among the vineyards and picturesque villages, offering a charming bucolic landscape. We take you to the Côte des Blancs for a sightseeing of some of the most famous Grandes Maisons de Champagne such as: Bollinger, Gosset, Deutz. En route, the countryside is enameled with beautiful Grand Cru villages like Ay, Hautvillers, Bouzy, Le Mesnil, Verzenay, etc.
Located in the heart of the Champagne region, Epernay is internationally known as the “Capital of Champagne”. Epernay’s stunning main street appears like an exhibition of opulent mansions housing the most illustrious Maisons de Champagne: Moët et Chandon, Perrier-Jouet, Mercier, Veuve Clicquot. Not to mention the 100km of tunnels under the pavement!
On the way to Epernay, we take you to the Marne Valley on a journey through the vineyard to meet with another prestigious figure: Dom Perignon who finalized the process to elaborate Champagne. He highly contributed to the fame of Champagne and is now buried in the church of the former Benedictine Abbey of Hautvillers.
Visit Maison de Champagne Moet et Chandon (or similar).
Founded in 1743 by Claude Möet, it became within 40 years the first international brand in the world. Its history is linked to some famous figures such as The Marquise de Pompadour and Napoleon 1st.
This Champagne is also sold to many important historical events among which King Edwards VII’s coronation, Cannes Film Festival, the 120th anniversary of the Liberty Statue, etc. It is probably nowadays the most famous Champagne brand around the world.
Optional Champagne tasting Lunch at a local domain
The estate dates back to the French revolution and has been photographed since the harvest of 1896. Pierre developed the family vineyard just after the first world war, at the same time becoming a grape broker and Champagne wine merchant. In 1929, Pierre set up his own pressing centre and started to make wine.
In 1947 with his 2 sons Jacques and Jean-Guy he created the brand Champagne Jacquinot et Fils. The family business was set up in the Epernay cellar. Jacques looked after sales and Jean-Guy developed the vineyard which today covers 17 ha and makes wines of the highest quality. Jean-Manuel, Jean-Guy’s son, oneologist in charge of production since 1998 is now running the Estate with the help of François Nicolet, Jacques’s son-in-law.
Here participate in a commented private Champagne wine tasting. Begin with a bit of history of the property followed by a cellar visit. Finally, enjoy a commented tasting of the different range of Champagnes produced by the property.
Tour and Champagne tasting at a local Grand Cru Vineyard
Established from 1912 in Damery, in the heart of the vineyard, close to Epernay, the Champagne House J. de Telmont is one of the last familial Champagne Houses. In heritage of a winegrowers’ family, the House J. de Telmont owns 36 hectares of vineyard located in prestigious villages, where are grown the 3 grape varieties of Champagne: Pinot Noir, Pinot Meunier and Chardonnay. From 4 generations now, J. de Telmont is keeping up with pleasure and dynamism the Art of Welcoming guests.Read moreRead less
PRIVATE TRANSFER FROM REIMS TO STRASBOURGToday we will come and pick you up at your hotel. Then, enjoy a private transfert in a premium vehicle that will take you from the Champagne region to the Alsace region of France. Upon arrival in Strasbourg, we will drop you off at your centrally located hotel.Today we will come and pick you up at your hotel. Then, enjoy a private transfert in a premium vehicle that will take you from the Champagne region to the Alsace region of France. Upon arrival in Strasbourg, we will drop you off at your centrally located hotel.Read moreRead less
STRASBOURG GOURMET WALKING TOUR / HALF DAY ALSACE WINE TOURMorning Gourmet Tour of StrasbourgThis morning, depart for a gourmet walking tour of Strasbourg to sample the flavors of Alsace. Discover the city of Strasbourg in a fun & informative way as you taste some of the best gastronomic produce of Alsace. Cuisine and gourmet food are passions for most French...Morning Gourmet Tour of Strasbourg
This morning, depart for a gourmet walking tour of Strasbourg to sample the flavors of Alsace. Discover the city of Strasbourg in a fun & informative way as you taste some of the best gastronomic produce of Alsace. Cuisine and gourmet food are passions for most French people and the region has many specialities combining its unique French and Germanic cultural heritage — a very special flavour!
From lovely fresh white asparagus, local foie gras, juniper-flavoured sauerkraut, pies made from local berries, smocked mountain hams, colourful Quetsche plums, breads of all shapes, to delicious cakes and pastries, our local produce are known all over France.
Stroll through the pedestrian narrow lanes of the historical city center, admire the famous Cathedral of Notre-Dame, the gorgeous “Petite France” district and beautiful squares such as “Place Gutenberg. On Wednesday and Friday it is also market day in Strasbourg. Follow your guide as you are introduced to some of the local food as well as traditional Arts & Crafts. Along the way, we will sample local food such as cured meat & cheese paired with local wines. Other stops will include tasting some traditional Alsatian brioche “kouglof”, and delicious 'pains d'épices', (litterally 'bread of spices'), the local version of gingerbread.
This gourmet tour would not be complete without several tastings of delicious wines that might even include Crémant d’Alsace, a delicious local sparkling wine! Let one of our local gourmet guides take you through the streets of Strasbourg, share local recipes and cooking tips, as you taste some of the best gastronomic produce of Alsace.
Afternoon Alsace Wine Tour
After some free time for personal discovery and lunch, you will head towards the small village of Obernai. During your visit, you will most certainly appreciate its little winding streets, old houses with multicolored tiles, ensigns, ramparts and the statue of St Odile, patron saint of Alsace.
Following a walking tour of the village, enjoy two commented wine tasting sessions of local wines of Alsace in carefully selected local ‘caveaus’ (wine cellar). Your private tour will then continue along the breathtaking Alsace wine route to admire the stunning landscape.Read moreRead less
VISIT COLMAR, RIQUEWIHR VILLAGE & HAUT KOENIGSBOURG CASTLEIn the morning we will come and pick you up at your centrally located accommodation in Strasbourg. Meet your English speaking driver/guide who will go over the program and itinerary of the day with you. Then board your air conditioned vehicle and depart for a full day tour that includes...In the morning we will come and pick you up at your centrally located accommodation in Strasbourg. Meet your English speaking driver/guide who will go over the program and itinerary of the day with you. Then board your air conditioned vehicle and depart for a full day tour that includes the highlights of the Alsace region.
Discover exquisite Colmar
First, make your way to the beautiful town of Colmar. Upon arrival, follow your guide on a walking tour of one of the most beautiful small towns of France. Discover the charm of the old town, its prestigious monuments, the Pfister house, the Koïfhus, Saint Martin collegiate church, and the picturesque neighborhoods of small Venice or of the tanners.
Visit Eguisheim village
Then depart for the most beautiful village of Eguisheim, located on the Alsace wine route. Surrounded by vineyards, the narrow and concentric streets highlight the architectural merits of its half-timbered houses, lovingly decorated with flowers. After a walk in the village your tour then continues on to the beautiful town of Riquewihr.
Visit Riquewihr and time for lunch
Surrounded by ramparts, the village has been very fortunate to survive war and destruction. Its tiny streets, fortified walls and old houses have preserved their 16C splendor virtually intact, making for remarkable architectural harmony. Free time for personal discovery and lunch.
Enjoy great Panoramic Views along the Alsace Wine Route
Located between the Rhine valley and the Vosges mountain range, the 60 year old route winds across the slopes for more than 170 kms. The itinerary leads across rows of undulating, vine covered hills, and through quaint villages with narrow streets and charming flower decked houses clustered around the local church steeple.
Visit the Mighty Castle of Haut Koenigsbourg
Finally, reach Haut Koenigsbourg castle. Here, follow your excellent guide for a tour of this mighty fortress that overlooks the valley. Built in the 12th century, the Castle occupied a strategic position controlling the wine and wheat routes to the North and the salt route that came from the East. After the visit, return to Strasbourg.Read moreRead less
A PRIVATE DAY TRIP FROM STRASBOURG TO THE BLACK FORESTDiscover the Famous Town of Baden BadenBaden Baden, a spa town, is located on the western foothills of the Black Forest, on the banks of the Oos River, in the region of Karlsruhe. During the 19th century, the town rose to become a meeting place for celebrities attracted by the hot springs, as well...Discover the Famous Town of Baden Baden
Baden Baden, a spa town, is located on the western foothills of the Black Forest, on the banks of the Oos River, in the region of Karlsruhe. During the 19th century, the town rose to become a meeting place for celebrities attracted by the hot springs, as well the luxury hotels, the horse races and the gardens of the Lichtentaler Allee. Discover this fascinating town that still retains some of the most well preserved architectural delights dating from the “Belle Epoque” period. Follow your guide on a walking tour in the city and enjoy some free time for personal discovery and lunch.
In the afternoon, depending on your preferences, you will follow the famous Badische wine route and head towards the Black Forest and follow the “Hochstrasse” to admire some of the most breathtaking landscapes of the region.
The Black Forest & the Schwartzwald Hochstrasse
The Black Forest is a wooded mountain range bordered by the Rhine valley to the west and south. The highest peak is the Feldberg with an elevation of 1,493 meters (4,898 feet). The name Black Forest comes from the general dark color of the numerous pine trees that grow in this region. Black Forest gateau and cuckoo clocks originate from this region.The Black Forest Route (Schwartzwald Hochstrasse) is the oldest, and one of the best known, themed drives in Germany. A long time ago this road was used to transport logs. Today, it is one of the most popular routes for tourists because of the beauty of its scenery, landscape, traditional villages and the breathtaking views of the mountains.
The Badische Winestrasse
The Baden wine route stretches for 160 kilometers along the western edge of the Black Forest, from Baden-Baden in the north to Weil am Rhein in the south, and in an additional loop around the areas of Kaiserstuhl and Tuniberg.The vineyard covers 15,500 hectares making it the 3rd largest in Germany. In Baden, red and white wines of great repute flourish.
The Blaue Spätburgunder dominates in the category of red wines, while in the category of white wines it is the Müller-Thurgau. With regard to the other varieties, each winegrower typically specialises in the regional wine: the Riesling is mostly at home in Ortenau, the Markgräflerland is the land of Gutedel and Burgunder-wines like the Ruländer (Pinot gris) and Weißburgunder (Pinot blanc) are mainly cultivated in Breisgau, Kaiserstuhl or Tuniberg.
After the tour, return to Strasbourg.Read moreRead less
PRIVATE TRANSFER FROM STRASBOURG TO BEAUNEToday, we will come and pick you up at your hotel in Strasbourg. Enjoy a private transfer from the Alsace region to the Burgundy region. Upon arrival in Beaune, we will drop you off at your centrally located hotel.Today, we will come and pick you up at your hotel in Strasbourg. Enjoy a private transfer from the Alsace region to the Burgundy region. Upon arrival in Beaune, we will drop you off at your centrally located hotel.Read moreRead less
CÔTE DE BEAUNE PRIVATE BURGUNDY WINE TOUR FULL DAYPick up in BeauneThis morning, we will come and pick you up at the train station, your hotel, AirBnB or accommodation in Beaune or the surrounding area.Meet your Expert GuideMeet your English speaking guide who is an expert on Burgundy Wines and who will go over the program and itinerary...Pick up in Beaune
This morning, we will come and pick you up at the train station, your hotel, AirBnB or accommodation in Beaune or the surrounding area.
Meet your Expert Guide
Meet your English speaking guide who is an expert on Burgundy Wines and who will go over the program and itinerary of your private wine tour with you. Then, board your Premium, air-conditioned vehicle and begin your private tour to discover the vineyards of the Côte de Beaune wine producing region.
Arrive in the Côte de Beaune wine region
The Côte de Beaune wine region covers roughly 20 kilometers (12 miles) between the northern and southern part of the appellation. Both red and white wines are produced here with Pinot Noir and Chardonnay being the main grape varieties planted. Historically known as "Vin de Beaune" or "Pinot Vermeil" it wasn't until 1936 that the wines were classified using the AOC (Appellation d'Origine Contrôlée) classification system.
The appellation is home to some famous Grands Crus such as Corton, Corton-Charlemagne or Montrachet while other appellations have some 'climats' classified as Premiers Crus such as Aloxe-Corton, Chassagne-Montrachet, Pommard, Santenay or Volnay.
Wine tasting experience
Drive along the rolling hills and stunning landscapes through top rated wine appellations such as Meursault, Volnay, Pommard, Puligny-Montrachet, and Chassagne-Montrachet. Meursault, Puligny-Montrachet, and Chassagne-Montrachet wines are considered to be some of the finest whites wines produced in Burgundy while Volnay and Pommard produce some of the most elegant and delicate red wines of Burgundy. This is definitely high on the list of all wine lovers.
Here, you will arrive in a local estate to begin your Burgundy wine tasting experience. Enjoy a private commented tasting of local Côte de Beaune wines. Your guide, who is a wine expert, will be with you so do not hesitate to ask questions concerning the wines that you will be tasting.
Free time for lunch (at own expense)
After lunch, continue your Côte de Beaune wine tasting experience
To perfect this wine tour in Burgundy, travel through the winegrowing villages to the north of Côte de Beaune. As you are driven through the vineyards, reach the Hill of Corton, a unique place famous for its Grands Crus red and white wines. The Corton Hill is located alongside the Route des Grands Crus at the northern tip of the Côte de Beaune wine region. On these slopes over 150 hectares of vines are divided into numerous appellations including 2 Grands Crus: Corton red and Corton Charlemagne white.
It will now be time for another wine tasting experience of the local wines. Participate in a prestigious commented tasting at a renowned estate: Compare the elegance of the Pinots Noirs with the unoaked white wines. Again, don't hesitate to ask any question you might have to your guide who will be with you during the tasting session.
After the tasting, it will be time to make our way back to Beaune and that will be the end of our services.Read moreRead less
CÔTE DE NUITS PRIVATE BURGUNDY WINE TOUR FULL DAYPick up in BeauneThis morning, we will come and pick you up at your hotel. Meet your English speaking local guide who is an Expert on Burgundy WinesMeet your English speaking guide who is an expert on Burgundy Wines who will go over the program and itinerary of your private wine...Pick up in Beaune
This morning, we will come and pick you up at your hotel.
Meet your English speaking local guide who is an Expert on Burgundy Wines
Meet your English speaking guide who is an expert on Burgundy Wines who will go over the program and itinerary of your private wine tour with you. Then, board your comfortable, air conditioned Premium vehicle and begin to make your way to discover the vineyards of the Côte de Nuits wine producing region.
Picturesque Drive Along The Route des Grands Crus
Take in the sights of the quaint villages of Fixin, Gevrey Chambertin, and Chambolle-Musigny as we drive along stunning landscapes of rolling hills and beautiful vineyards that produce some of the most famed wines in the world.
The Burgundy “Champs-Elysées” along the Grands Crus Wine Road include Vosne-Romanée, Gevrey-Chambertin, Chambolle-Musigny. During this morning drive through the Burgundy vineyards, stop off at famous Romanée Conti for photo opportunities. Discover the beauty of our region, travelling in the calm of our beautiful vineyards, exploring nature and the climats creating our famous wines.
Then it will be time for a prestige tasting in a private wine cellar. During this commented tasting session you will have the opportunity to taste our selection of Great Burgundy wines from different winemakers paired with regional cheeses or fine chocolates. Food and wine pairing suggestions, according to French traditions. Learn about the most famous local grape variety Pinot Noirs.
Free time for lunch (at own expense)
Afternoon sightseeing & wine tasting
After lunch, enjoy a relaxing afternoon around the vineyards. Drive through this beautiful countryside region and admire Castles, Romanesque churches and quaint small villages nestled in the vineyards. Follow the trail of the Cistercian monks at the Château du Clos de Vougeot. Discover the ancient winemaking facilities and the monk’s cellar, constructed between the 12th and 16th centuries.
End the day with a final wine tasting session
In the afternoon, participate in an exclusive tasting of a range of vintages (red wines) in a carefully selected estate. Your guide will be with you if you have any questions concerning the vinification process and of course to help out on the wine tasting session. Listen to your host as you are introduced to the different types of Burgundy wines and their classification.
After your full day luxury wine day tour in the Côte de Nuits wine region, it will be time to make our way back to Beaune.Read moreRead less
PRIVATE TRANSFER TO TRAIN STATION IN BEAUNE OR DIJONToday, we will come and pick you up at your hotel and transfer you to the train station in Beaune or Dijon.Today, we will come and pick you up at your hotel and transfer you to the train station in Beaune or Dijon.Read moreRead less
Book 4* Hotel optionFrom € 3,660.00
Base 2 persons in double room sharing5495€ p/p
Base 4 persons in double room sharing4095€ p/p
Base 6 persons in double room sharing3660€ p/p
Book 5* Hotel optionFrom € 5,085.00
Base 2 persons in double room sharing6850€ p/p
Base 4 persons in double room sharing5530€ p/p
Base 6 persons in double room sharing5085€ p/p
Hotel de la Paix (Reims) - Hotel Cour du Corbeau (Strasbourg) - Hotel Najeti (Beaune)4* Hotel de la Paix (or similar) - Reims The Best Western Premier Hotel de la Paix is located in the heart of Reims, the Champagne capital, ...
4* Hotel de la Paix (or similar) - Reims
The Best Western Premier Hotel de la Paix is located in the heart of Reims, the Champagne capital, in an exceptional setting, just a stone’s throw away from the cathedral.
The hotel, which combines modernity and cultural heritage, has 163 comfortable, soundproof and air-conditioned rooms. Amenities include a sylish, cosy bar, a brasserie restaurant, a terrace with deckchairs, but also an indoor pool, a fitness room and a steam room.
With its contemporary lines, modern furniture, ancient stones and harmonious colours, the atmosphere is serene, fluent and calm.
4* Hotel Cour du Corbeau (or similar) - Strasbourg
Situated in the heart of Strasbourg, a stone’s throw from the Cathedral, the Cour du Corbeau is one of the oldest hotels in Europe as well being one of the finest examples of Renaissance architecture. Each of its 63 rooms – all different – reflects a part of our Alsatian history and culture. Here an effect of the light, there some attic rooms, or a private garden… They all offer those who love a cosy setting a spacious but warm haven, where they will have the magical impression that there are secrets to discover. For a unique experience in refined surroundings.
Each boutique hotel in the MGallery collection tells a unique story, inviting guests to immerse themselves in tales of adventure, romance, history, culture, nature and more for the length of a memorable stay. Discover the high points of our story here.
In the heart of the city, imagine yourself wandering around and getting lost in the corridors and passageways of a 16th century building. You may glimpse the courtyard through your window, or a statue that seems be smiling at the thought of passing time. Memories of days gone by in an inn dating from the days of Tsars and Princes.
The plush, elegant atmosphere of the 63 rooms and suites invites you into a dream world. Luxury, tranquillity, a contemporary chic feel... A subtle contrast between the modernity of the rooms and their setting which dates back to 1528.
4* Hotel Najeti (or similar) - Beaune
On the edge of historic downtown Beaune, in a grand, whitewashed building, this elegant hotel is a 3-minute walk from the Hospices de Beaune (medieval hospital museum) and 5 minutes from the Musée du Vin de Bourgogne (wine museum).
Colorful rooms come with en suite bathrooms, flat-screen TVs and free WiFi. Suites add separate living areas.
In addition to a gourmet restaurant and a relaxed brasserie, amenities include a garden, a cozy bar and a billiard room. Continental breakfast and covered parking are available for a surcharge.Show moreShow lessShow 6 medias
Hôtel Les Crayères (Reims) - Régent Petite France (Strasbourg) - Hôtel Le Cèdre(Beaune)5* Hôtel Les Crayères (or similar) - Reims Les Crayères is a mythical property in the heart of Reims, nestled discreetly ...
5* Hôtel Les Crayères (or similar) - Reims
Les Crayères is a mythical property in the heart of Reims, nestled discreetly in a seven hectare park full of lush vegetation.
The refined rooms feature antique-style furnishings, free Wi-Fi, TVs, DVD players and minibars. Upgraded quarters add fireplaces, terraces, separate living areas and/or canopy beds.
A sophisticated restaurant serves seasonal cuisine in an elegant dining room. There's also a casual brasserie, plus a genteel bar in the sunroom. Other amenities include landscaped grounds and multiple terraces.
5* Hôtel Régent Petite France (or similar) - Strasbourg
This is the most picturesque part of Strasbourg. Fishermen, millers and tanners once lived and worked in this neighbourhood built on the water. The magnificent half-timbered houses date from the 16th and 17th centuries. Their sloping roofs open onto attics where skins used to be dried.
The Régent Petite France Hotel & Spa is ideally situated in one of the city’s best known and most picturesque quarters, La Petite France. Take your time strolling through the narrow cobbled streets, admiring the pretty half-timbered buildings, the canals and the little bridges. Just a short walk from the hotel, you will find the Pont Tournan (swing bridge), which alternates letting the boats through and the pedestrians cross.
5* Hostellerie Cèdre & Spa (or similar) - Beaune
Surrounded by gardens, this upscale hotel is a 7-minute walk from both the Musée du Vin de Bourgogne wine museum and the Musée de l'Hôtel-Dieu, housing local art and furnishings from the Middle Ages. Classic, polished rooms feature free WiFi, flat-screens with international channels, DVD players, minibars, bathrobes and slippers. Select rooms add separate living areas, work desks, Nespresso coffeemakers and loft spaces. The hotel has an acclaimed gourmet restaurant, 4 meeting rooms and a stone cellar with a bar and dance floor. Breakfast and on-site underground parking are available for a surcharge.
Hotels are subject to availability at time of booking. If mentioned hotel is not available we will book a hotel of similar standard.Show moreShow lessShow 6 medias
Know before you book
- Tour available all year round
- Wine tasting upgrades available
- Tour is operated in English, other languages on request
- Prices are per person - based on the number of travelers
- Tour is not wheelchair accessible
- Currency is in Euros