Hotels in Epinal, France

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The town of Epinal is in northeastern France in the region of Lorraine. Like many French cities, the town is dotted with historical buildings dating back to the medieval period including a castle and 13th-century houses. The fortifications were maintained until the early 20th century, which gives off an authentic feel of what the city must have looked like long ago. Nearby in Luxeuil-les-Bains, a marvelous thermal bath used since Roman times can be found for those looking for a relaxing afternoon. However long you soak up the history and soothing baths, be sure to return to one of's Epinal hotels. makes a concentrated effort to cater to every budget by offering accommodations that range from simple one-star hotels all the way to five star resorts. So whether you're looking for the basic or the extravagant, make your first and only stop.

What's Epinal Like?

The old town center of Epinal features the Chapitre District, Saint-Maurice's Basilica, and the remains of a medieval castle. The city's primary defenses and fortifications were maintained into the 20th century, and the maintenance and work shows, as they remain in relatively good condition. More recent historical monuments can be found in the outskirts of town where a World War II cemetery for American soldiers was erected. Several parks and gardens dot the city as well as a large forest that includes an arboretum. Near Epinal is Luxeuil-les-Baines, which is known for it's local spa center since Roman times. While the Roman baths are long gone, the current building has stood since the 18th century and was established by Louis XV. A small museum can be found dedicated to local history and to recent artists from the region.

Tips for Getting Along With Locals in Epinal

Fine fruit preserves are common throughout Epinal's part of Lorraine as are quiches. The city's proximity to the German border also has an influence in the style of beer brewed in the region, giving it a more German flavor. As you'd expect, the native language is French, so any simple phrases you can master before you visit will help elicit a friendlier response from locals. For as long as you enjoy the history, spas, and quiches of Epinal, enjoy the convenience and reliability of a hotel. Visiting's website allows you to view high resolution photos of every accommodation and peruse reviews left by previous visitors so you'll never be disappointed when you walk into your room. To reserve accommodations, visit online or download their free smartphone app.