Featured hotels in Vosges

  • £67

    Average price per night

    Les Adrets, Gérardmer
    8.7 Fabulous 973 reviews
    Description Les Adrets provides a sauna and chalet accommodation 350 metres from the centre of Gérardmer and 850 metres from the ski slopes.
    Review

    "A very comfortable, warm , clean chalet with a verandah from which to enjoy the fabulous view. Close enough for a steep walk into town and of course the pretty walk around the lake."

    Mary. Australia
  • £66

    Average price per night

    Hotel Des Bains, Gérardmer
    8.4 Very good 536 reviews
    Description Located in the Vosges region, Hotel Des Bains is just a 5-minute walk from the Gérardmer Lake. It offers free Wi-Fi and rooms with a private bathroom and a balcony.
    Review

    "Very friendly, helpful staff. Relaxed atmosphere. Great location between lake and town with cafés and restaurants close by. Safe and secure motorcycle parking."

    Simon. United Kingdom
  • £56

    Average price per night

    Hôtel Restaurant l'Aubergade, Gérardmer
    7.4 Good 889 reviews
    Description Hotel Restaurant l'Aubergade is 300 metres from lake Gérardmer and 3 km from Vosges ski resort.
    Review

    "There was a problem with the booking and the hotel was booked out. But they managed to get us a room in a different hotel nearby. The hotel was also very nice, everything went well."

    Andreas. Germany
  • £63

    Average price per night

    Hôtel La Réserve, Gérardmer
    8.9 Fabulous 1,357 reviews
    Description Located on the heights of the Massif des Vosges, this 3-star hotel is set on the banks of Lake Gérardmer.
    Review

    "This hotel is in a fantastic location overlooking the lake and a very easy walk into the centre of town. Very friendly and helpful staff, comfortable bed, great shower and excellent breakfast. Couldn't..."

    Chris & Tricia. Australia
  • £75

    Average price per night

    Hotel de la Jamagne & Spa, Gérardmer
    8.5 Very good 417 reviews
    Description The Hotel de la Jamagne is located in Gerardmer town centre, less than 300 metres from Lake Gerardmer.
    Review

    "The owner asked in the bar who had come on the motorbikes,then brought a round of drinks.Top man.Location of this hotel is central and has it all.We tour with our motorbike so the secure parking was great."

    jamie. United Kingdom
  • £61

    Average price per night

    Les Loges Du Parc, Gérardmer
    7.9 Good 947 reviews
    Description Les Loges du Parc provides peaceful accommodation opposite a large park, very close to Lake Gérardmer. It offers a swimming pool in summer and a cosy library with fireplace.
    Review

    "Friendly staff at well appointed hotel - good breakfast selection. Well placed for touring the nearby Vosges mountains"

    Edward. United Kingdom

Vosges highlights

Skiing trips in the Lorraine region
Over 40 km of alpine slopes overlooking the lake await you at Gérardmer. La Bresse is the region’s largest ski resort.
Hiking in the forest
The Vosges forests with their waterfalls, towering pines and blueberry-decked clearings make these mountains an ideal place to go hiking.
Thermal spa towns
Surrounded by either forest, mountain or golf clubs are the famous thermal spa towns of Vittel, Contrexéville and Plombières-les-Bains.
Boat trips on the Canal des Vosges
Take in the sights of the quaint villages, historic monuments, forests and floral meadows along the 394 km of the canal.
Water sports on the lakes Gérardmer and Xonrupt-Longemer
These famous lakes allow you to spend days filled with activity, including supervised swimming, sailing, windsurfing, canoeing and diving.
Spectacular scenery on the Crest Route Hiking Trail
This long-distance hiking trail will reward you with magnificent views of alpine slopes, lush meadows and picturesque villages.
Fort Bourlémont in Mont-lès-Neufchâteau
This diamond-shaped fort, constructed in the 19th Century, is surrounded by forest. Come and discover its numerous galleries and activities.
Cycling in the Vosges Mountains
With 420 km of cycling paths among the rolling hills, vineyards and wineries, you’ll be treated to some fantastic scenery!
Horse riding in the Vosges Mountains
Get back to nature along the horse riding trails of the mountain slopes, and discover Les Vosges' wilder terrain.
Trout fishing
Thousands of fishing enthusiasts travel here every summer to fish in the 670 rivers and streams of Les Vosges.

Small Region With a Big Soul

Known as the birthplace of Joan of Arc, the Vosges region is situated in the east of France and named after the Vosges mountain range. It’s one of the original departments created during the French Revolution.

Its capital, Epinal, is located on the Moselle River and features plenty of parks, public gardens and a popular arboretum. Its charming old town holds ruins of a medieval castle and the Gothic Saint-Maurice’s Basilica.

South-east from Epinal, there is the town of Gérardmer, spreading along the shores of a lake with which it shares the name. It hosts the annual Fantastic Film Festival featurings horror films, which draws tourists and film buffs from all over Europe.

For a breath of history, stop by Domrémy-la-Pucelle, a small village where Joan of Arc’s path to greatness started and then move to Grand, known for the well-preserved Roman ruins: amphitheatre, aqueduct and mosaics.

While in Vosges, don’t forget about the Vosges Mountains, small mountains ideal for hiking and relaxing amongst nature. Featuring pleasant hiking routes, waterfalls and forests, they’re a great weekend destination.

Whether you’re visiting in winter or summer, this small region has plenty to offer. Booking.com can help you find the best accommodations in Vosges: from cheap bed & breakfasts to skiing hotels.

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