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This lovely hotel is set in Reims. The premises count with 72 welcoming 72. Premiere Classe Reims Sud - Murigny offers Wi-Fi internet connection in communal areas. The null provides 24-hour reception. Some services may be subject to additional charges.
Check-out ends at: 11:00
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good pit stop on the road from calais
Reviewed 29 august, 2021
Its only 1 min drive from the A26/A4 Autoroute, It looks a bit grim from the outside, but the rooms are comfortable, clean spacious for 3, security cameras, in car park A double and a single bed strong free WIFI, a minutes drive from burger king mc Donald's and other shops, Reims is very historic beautiful, centre about 8k away. Motel is right next door to a champagne bottling factory. Try your french with the reception, they are friendly and speak English and are not gruff with your French mangling.
Better than sleeping in a bus stop. But only just!
Reviewed 16 march, 2021
Literally a place to get some sleep. Not an enjoyable place. Tiny room smaller than a ferry cabin. Smelt strange. Mould on the wall. Doors barely enough room to open. Bathroom is a single plastic moulded unit much like a caravan. You can actually sit on the toilet, whilst brushing your teeth and take a shower all at once.
A bed for the night during ‘le confinement’.
Reviewed 3 december, 2020
Returned from an essential trip to France during the lockdown that was imposed while we were away and unable to stay at our preferred hotel. We knew this premiere classe from years ago and reluctantly booked. First the positives. It’s very easy to find straight off the motorway, just a couple of minutes, and there’s a very big le Clerc shopping centre close to the junction so you can fill up with fuel at a decent price. The reception staff were pleasant and helpful letting us access hot water from the food counter to make a hot drink in the evening. However this is a grim place at the best of times but worse in the winter during a lockdown. We were allocated room 1 on the ground floor which is an accessible room for disabled guests (we didn’t require this). It was larger than average with a wet room type of shower room. The decoration was very depressing and the room had a farmyard smell. There were no restaurants (indeed the Buffalo Grill that stood on site has now been demolished) so we bought food from the supermarket to eat in the room perched on the bed as there wasn’t a chair or stool. The bed was comfortable but with meagre pillows. Despite the hotel being occupied quite highly it was quiet. The receptionist next day explained that the residents were housed by associations, by which we understood homeless people. We have no qualms about that, you can’t leave people to sleep on the streets. However paying guests need to be aware of that. Breakfast was limited to prepackaged croissants and sliced bread but there was yoghurt and compote and the hot drinks vending machine was available. The other residents were provided with their allowance on a tray and didn’t come into contact with the paying guests. At the end of the day we were all in need of a bed for the night in a global crisis and we were fortunate enough to be able to drive away a few hours later and had a home to go back to.
Reviewed 12 august, 2020
We stayed at this hotel as part of a road trip and chose this hotel due to its very cheap price. The quality was as expected, rooms were very small, however this was expected for the price. I would recommend this hotel only for a short stay in Reims.
Scary place , not a hotel but a refugee camp!
Reviewed 1 august, 2020
Made a massive mistake booking this overnight stop on our way to the med. The minute we pulled up we were being watched by the residents and worried to leave the car. If we hadn’t paid up front we would have left within 5 mins. Manager very pleasant however the room was the worse place I have ever stayed. Smelled , dirty walls and bathroom had cigarette burns over sink. Dark damp room. Outside the room are what I can only describe as a refugee camp who were clearly living there. Tried to leave a review with booking .com but they would not publish our open and honest review so there is definitely a scam there where they are trying to hide what this place is being used for. TV didn’t work and there were no towels in the room so had to go and ask for some. Unable to comment on breakfast as wanted to get away a soon as we could.