Air-conditioning, free Wi-Fi, restaurant, bar, swimming pool, parking.
Yes, cots and extra beds available.
Yes, for no charge.
No smoking in the hotel.
All major cards accepted.
Standard double room €195, breakfast €24.
Good Hotel Guide Review
This Lorraine town has a “mini-Versailles” of a château, worth visiting. And in a wooded park to the south, this handsome, turreted 19th-century mansion is now a luxurious hotel (Relais & Châteaux). Owner/chef Cyril Leclerc and his wife Sophie welcome guests; geese and ducks swim in the moat. “It has a nice family atmosphere,” says a report this year, “and great style. Our room was in a wing; its bathroom was ultra modern, the bedroom a lovely blend of modern and antique. To welcome us was a little tray containing three delectable mini-meringues and two shiny apples. Dinner was a marvellously balanced menu of the day.” The restaurant has a Michelin star for, eg Alsatian cooking with a modern touch, eg, homard bleu en vinaigrette d”orange et olives noires; blanc de turbot poché. The glass-walled restaurant faces the river. There is a terrace for alfresco meals and drinks. Some bedrooms face the park; some are in Provençal style; there are some duplex suites. Many bedrooms have a terrace where the copious breakfast can be served, on the beautiful china for which Lunéville is famous. The “state-of-the-art” swimming pool is in an impeccable walled garden.