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 EUR195, breakfast EUR24.
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.