Quality Hotel De L'Europe Reims & Spa
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When I booked this hotel, I expected standard fare so was delighted to find it more plush than expected and phenomenally friendly and helpful service from Esther at the front desk. From the moment we walked in, we felt genuinely welcome.
Our room was bigger and better than expected with an additional sitting room. The toilet (separate to the somewhat dated bathroom) was a bit of a squeeze but everything was clean and the beds were comfy.
Service the next day wasn't so great but Esther had been so great the day before, it made up for it.
The parking station directly across the road from the hotel was very handy if you're arriving by car. Overnight rates were very reasonable.
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