Whether you travel to Romilly-sur-Seine professionally or as part of your holidays, stay in our B&B HOTEL to recharge your batteries.
Only an hour and fifteen minutes drive from Paris and enjoying its proximity to the city of Troyes at just 30 minutes, the town of Romilly-sur-Seine could well become one of those strategic destinations on your itinerary.
Are you visiting for work or planning to stay longer to explore the area and are looking for accommodations? Come and stay in our 52-room hotel near Maizières-la-Grande-Paroisse. Everything is there to spend the night in the best possible conditions: free private parking, flat-screen television, private bathroom with shower. The more dedicated will not be left out and will be able to settle in at the desk in their room and connect to the free and unlimited high-speed WiFi. For more comfort, do not hesitate to go to the reception to ask for extra bed linen. Refuel in the morning with our all-you-can-eat breakfast buffet.
We offer you a comfortable accommodation located near the train station. If you are traveling by car, drive past the Relais des Granges gas station at the exit of the city center, then park your vehicle in one of the 50 spots at our private parking lot. At last, go to your room and get into your bed for an invigorating night. Our hotel also has family rooms, some of which can accommodate up to 5 people. Don't hesitate to book your family trip now on our website.
The town of Romilly-sur-Seine is ideally located in the south of the Champagne-Ardenne region. However, the city does not rely primarily on its strategic location and is not limited to being a simple passage point between Paris and Troyes.
Therefore, there are many activities and locations in the area that are well worth your time.
Fans of the 7th Art will appreciate discovering the exhibitions displayed in the Jean-Paul Belmondo Gallery after their session at the Eden cinema. However, the exhibits are not just for film buffs as the themes vary from one exhibition to another.
Would you like to know more about the history of this town in the department of Aube? A detour to the museum of hosiery will teach you the secrets of the manufacture of the Cachou sock and will enlighten you on the major stages that have shaped one of the French towns most affected by major industrial developments. Note that you will find the largest sock in the world there. We assure you, you can't miss it.
By bike or on foot, the charm of a stroll along the banks of the Seine remains the same. Head north of the city center, past the town hall of Romilly-sur-Seine, to reach the banks of the river. Let yourself be carried along by the river and reach Maizières-la-Grande-Paroisse to visit the castle of Poussay and the church of Saint-Denis, one of the oldest in the department of Aube.
A must-see during your stay in the south of Champagne-Ardenne, the Béchère park is considered by the local population as the lifeblood of the city. Formerly the garden of the castle of Romilly, it extends to the north of Maizières-la-Grande-Paroisse and today hosts a large number of activities such as an equestrian center, canoeing, a playground, and an educational farm.
Expand your possibilities by visiting cities near Romilly. If you go to Sens, you will be able to discover the Saint-Etienne cathedral, the first gothic cathedral built in France. Take advantage of your stay in Sens to visit the Museums of Sens, named in the plural because they exhibit works of art belonging to the municipality, the State, and private individuals. Two sculptures by Rodin are on display, as well as the cathedral's treasury, considered one of the richest in the country.
If your stay in Sens has made you want to see more, we recommend that you go to Provins, 45 minutes north of the town. Immerse yourself in this fortified city's medieval atmosphere classified as a UNESCO World Heritage Site by visiting the Grange aux dîmes. Back then, this small house was the site of the famous Champagne Fairs where merchants from all over Europe met. Today, there is an exhibition on the trades that made up the essential part of the medieval industry. Located on the highest point of the city, the Tour César offers one of the best views the region has to offer.
Escape to the Île Olive de Nogent-sur-Seine and its beautiful 3-hectare wooded park. Accessible by a single footbridge located on the south side of the island, the setting is ideal for a pleasant stroll along these former marshes now surrounding the large botanical park. Continue your exploration of the city by visiting the Henri IV Pavilion. According to the inhabitants of Nogent-sur-Seine, this old house is said to have hosted the king of France in the second half of the 16th century. The establishment, classified as a historical monument in 1932, now makes its apartments available for exhibitions dedicated to the works of local artists.
Feeling hungry? The restaurants near our hotel offer both modern and traditional cuisine. On the menu, you will find a list of local dishes, as well as many others, to be enjoyed on the terrace if the weather permits.
Looking for affordable accommodations in Romilly-sur-Seine? Our B&B HOTEL Romilly-sur-Seine is made for you, so don't wait any longer to make your reservation.