Practically synonymous with luxury, celebration, and good taste, Champagne—the region—shares the grand reputation of its eponymous product. Dotted with splendid chateaus and Michelin-starred restaurants, France’s most northerly wine-producing region is also home to lush forests and historic landmarks. Underscoring its historical and geographical importance, UNESCO added the Saint-Nicase Hill in Reims (which has been occupied since Roman times and is now home to six of Champagne’s grand maisons) to its World Heritage List in 2015.
Perfect forFoodies | Romantics | Ultimate Indulgers
When to goMarch-May | September-November
Ideal length of stay1-2 Nights
Where To Stay
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Domaine Les Crayères
This sumptuous chateau, which is within walking distance of several prestigious Champagne houses and a quick car ride from downtown Reims, has 20 guest rooms, 17 acres of parkland and a Michelin-starred restaurant.
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Château de Courcelles
The 17th-century chateau sits on 40 acres of parkland by the Vesles River and houses 18 guestrooms, each uniquely decorated with gorgeous antiques and period-style furnishings.