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Set in a house dating from 1900 and with a large garden, Aux Studios du Parc offers self-catering accommodations with free Wi-Fi and telephone. Great facilities for the kids to play with including bikes for our family to ride around town and a laundry. The owner also rang the local restaurant for us and drove to it to show us where it was.
Located in the city center of Plombières-les-Bains and 558 feet from a spa and wellness center, Résidence Maison Blanche offers a garden and apartments with a cable TV and free Wi-Fi access. the studio was comfortable but no one to meet for keys, which makes it more friendly! I even had a question but when I sent an sms to be called back, the answer was ''why'' wich is not very friendly .... another important point was the bed, cheap stuff not a real matrass ,after stay a week we both ruined our back & hipps! and not to be mean, only a small roll of toilet paper ,not a spare one in the bathroom....all the rest was great!
Set in Plombières-les-Bains, 17 mi from Épinal, Le Faing Du Bray offers free bikes and free WiFi. Guests at the bed and breakfast can enjoy a continental breakfast. The host was very friendly and even took us to town for dinner. We enjoyed every moment. Breakfast was excellent.
Set in Plombières-les-Bains, 18 mi from Épinal, Tradition Plombières offers a casino and free WiFi. We, 3 adults and a 2 y.o. kid, liked all four clean rooms (the apartment is very specious), free coffee, thee, good WiFi, toys for kids (so many!), location, responsive host, possibility to fetch the keys from the lock-box, location.
Once a fashionable (C19th ?) spa resort but now fading. Several empty 'grand' hotels dotted around - some others still operating. Various architectural municipal buildings. Limited bars & restaurants available but a few fast food outlets. Overnight passing through but wouldn't stay for a weekend.
Really nice place to stay anyone visiting couldn't help but like being there, we stayed in January and there looks to be a Christmas market there as they were taking down decorations and taking away the wooden stalls they had used over the build up to Christmas We are considering returning to visit Christmas market
The place is for old people. For some reason the atmosphere in the centre is not french but more as if you are in Luxembourg or Germany. If you travel 50 km to the west, in Haute Saône, you get back the french feeling again. Well, in my opinion.
A very interesting city and we were lucky to do 2 guided tours with Nadine, a historien guide. She was so interesting to listen to and she gave US agreat tour of "les termes de Napoleon III" and of the hot springs.