Mercure Epinal Centre
No prices found through our partners. Please contact the business directly or check some of our recommended alternatives.
How has this hotel rated in the past?
- Room service
- Swimming pool
- Wheelchair accessibility
- Pets allowed
Photos of Mercure Epinal Centre
TripAdvisor Reviews Mercure Epinal Centre
Travel Blogs from Epinal
Day 1 - Left Upnor at 6.15am, heading off towards Folkestone and the Channel Tunnel. Car (also known as 'Pepe') nicely packed by Mr Ribbons, managed to get more in than we first thought. No Operation Stack to contend with so nice easy journey arriving in time to grab paper and coffee before boarding the 7.50am shuttle to Calais (see farewell video!!). Arrival in Calais 9.25am and after finally sorting out 'le ...
... make friends for life with a duck by feeding her a few bits of bread. Now they come boldly into the tent in the morning looking for more. The mother blackbird too seems to have no fear and the shyest animal by far, as mentioned, is the sheepdog in the caravan behind, and even he, with a distinct lack of subtlety, has dropped his ball by our tent, awaiting a quick game should the chance arise.
But it's too hot to play now. We have no idea where we ...
campsite a bit disappointing compared with what we have been at on our travels so far. Not overly friendly, seems more focussed towards French clientele. The surrounds and scenery are beautiful, mountains as far as can be seen. Must be excellent for winter ski season too. Hot still. Summer has certainly hit! ...
Well this is where we ended up after legging it from Saint Nicolas the terrible town! We park up in the local Carpark in town as the Aire was predictably full at 9pm. We get our heads down and put the TV on and watch Terminator 2 with sub titles like you do! We are still laughing at ourselves and the great escape! We leave in the morning very early to go to another Aire so we can enjoy our last full day in ...
... to us all. Memory is passed on, hope is given.... Reflecting on all this information as we walked round as well as some tourists were six coach loads of German teenagers, some were in tears. I really felt for them. How difficult it must be. It's a very moving place and hope for all nations lives on in those that survived and live in peace today after such an unbelievable period in our history. The rest of the day was spent driving through the Vosges to our Aire at ...