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Chateau D'Etoges
Ranked #1 of 1 Hotels in Etoges
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Reviewed April 6, 2013

Should you ever be in the area, you have to stay here. If possible select a room directly in the chateau. You will get a very nice view and a good room size. You will love the decoration and atmosphere. The stuff is very friendly. When you have time, the spa is very good as well and offers everything you need. We loved as well he restaurant. It is not cheap but it will beat your exoectations. I can only recommend the place.

Stayed: April 2013, traveled as a couple
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Reviewed April 3, 2013

We will return. Let me just start by saying that after having experienced the Chateau D'Etoge for the first time this Easter, we will be sure to return. My father and I drove down to the Champagne region from Oslo, Norway in hope to experience the rural and smaller aspects of the tremendous champagne market. Etoge is located somewhat out of the way, but as you can see we found this a very nice aspect because the Chateau is in one of the less frequented towns.

The greatest aspects of our stay at the Chateau D'Etoge were the service-minded staff, the rooms, and the building itself. We spent over an hour taking photos of the building from all different angles, discovering a new interesting nook or cranny. The rooms themselves have been made modern enough to be comfortable, but maintained the traditional, unique design of castle life. As for the staff, we were pleasantly surprised by the helpful nature of the reception and restaurant (in the Orangerie) staff. They were always willing to help and gave genuinely good advice as too which champagne houses to visit. I would suggest Diebolt, Patrick Schlesser (best champagne I have ever tasted in my life - nicknamed, 'Champagne a la Garage'), and Moet & Chandon (to have experienced a large house). The staff at Chateau D'Etoge are jovial, welcoming, and learned in their business.

The only thing that I would comment on is the menu in the restaurant. It is quite limited and if you stay for more than 3 days, I would suggest that you eat out or wander the streets of Etoge till you find a little local bar called La Forge. It is cosy, and the food is archetypically local.

In conclusion, I see no reason not to visit this Chateau and especially with the reasonable prices, fantastic in-house champagne, and all the aforementioned reasons. I would suggest this to any family, group, friends, business arrangement, solo visitor, and last but not least (in fact the greatest) to the couple in love.

I hope you enjoy your stay as much as we did. Till next time, Chateau D'Etoge!

Room Tip: Byzantine suite is a room you will not forget - stylish castle room. Internet is quicker in the room...
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  • Stayed: March 2013, traveled with family
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Reviewed April 2, 2013

We stayed in the chateau itself, so cant compare to the orangerie. Our room had a very old feel to it (creaking floorboards, lots of antique furniture and even the bed looked old!)

We slept pretty well, went for a walk around the gardens and woods, the wifi is a bit intermittent as someone else had mentioned.
We had dinner at the restaurant which was really good, would definitely recommend that.
We didnt have breakfast, instead we got a few things from the local patisserie.

Probably would have been nicer in the summer or autumn when th vineyards are at their most picturesque.
We didnt use the spa, so cant comment on that.

We drove some of the touristica route which was very scenic. (got the maps from the information centre in Epernay)

  • Stayed: March 2013, traveled as a couple
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Reviewed April 2, 2013

I stayed at the Chateau with my husband during last Easter holidays. It is a very nice place where simplicity provides an old fashioned taste of elegance. Do not expect therefore a "showing off" style. Pieces of furniture are not fakes and they keep the charme of a countriside chateau untouched by the pressure of market oriented vulgarity.
At the entrance of the main building two statues (one, in marble, representing a soldier praying before going to war, and another one dedicated, presumably, to an ancient philosopher, perhaps Aristotle?) seem to be placed in order to represent the personal view of the owners of the castle. The hall and the main rooms downstairs keep the same style, always balanced.
We stayed in one of the smallest available rooms, called Arcade, which was clean and cosy in spite of its very small size. We also dined in the restaurant of the chateau which has a very reasonable price considering the high level of cuisine and service ( waiters and sommeliers, including tableware and table clothes). The only thing we found a little overpriced was wine, but considering the meal as a whole it can not be considered expensive.
There are though some points which could be improved: the approach of the receptionist (when we checked out she did not behave 100% kindly allowing - without asking us- a person to overtake us while we were queuing to pay and leave) and the equipment of the bathroom (the hairdryer is not a very updated model so to dry properly the hair it will take a long time; towels also are a little small).

  • Stayed: March 2013, traveled as a couple
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Reviewed March 14, 2013

We have stayed at the Chateau D'Etoges on several occasions, and always ensure that we have a few nights here when in the Champagne Region. We always stay in the chateau itself and have not stayed in the Organgerie, so I cannot comment on the difference in rooms. During our 2012 vacation to this region, we were lucky enough to be here at the chateau at the same time as the Bentley Owners Club from GB (pre 1930), what a fantastic experience to be amongst all those stunningly beautiful automotive works of art while staying in a castle!
The only issue we have encountered is that if you haven't pre booked the restaurant (which is excellent - the cheese cart is one of the best things ever!), the front desk can be a little difficult to work with on getting a booking the same day. We sorted this last time by working with the Maitre'd who was far more accommodating. In summary; well situated, amazing buildings and grounds, excellent restaurant, a real treat. We also enjoy walking to the extremely close Borel Lucas champagne house as well, just down the driveway and round the corner. Additionally, if you want to exercise, I would recommend a run around the local country lanes in the morning, very pretty and not much traffic.

  • Stayed: May 2012, traveled as a couple
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Reviewed March 3, 2013 via mobile


We booked directly with the hotel via email. They were prompt and knowledgeable in their responses.
As you approach the property in a car, you feel like royalty coming up the driveway with the chateau in view, crossing the moat, and then making the grand entrance into the classic building.
We were driving from Germany and had requested snacks and drinks upon our arrival as it was after dinner time. They were able to accommodate us in their lounge( which is really a drawing room from the Louis VIX era) in front of a large roaring fireplace. Absolutely perfect and exactly what we had in mind!!
You have the option to book accommodation in the original chateau or the orangerie( annex that has the restaurant and spa.)
We chose the chateau. The room was surprisingly larger than we anticipated with the toilet separate from the bathroom with two sinks and a shower. Our only complaint was the slightly worn carpet of a lighter gray color that obviously shows stains. Also we prefer duvets to standard bed spreads and blankets but all in all a comfortable room for a chateau several hundred years old.
We took breakfast the first morning which offered a good selection if hot/cold items for 18 euros extra. We had pre-booked massages for later that day after returning from our champagne tour. Unforunately, we ran out of time to be able to experience the sauna/spa area. We had reserved a table for dinner that evening in the orangerie. We chose one of the prix fix menus with wine pairings. We had pan seared scallops with Jerusalem artichoke sauce, turbot filet with diced pumpkin, pork filet, doe medallions, cheese selection( which was extensive and awesome) and then desert. The food was well prepared with complimenting flavors of sauces and sides. It was nice to enjoy a relaxing tasty meal and finish the evening with a walk back to your room in the chateau by crossing the moat and entering the grand salon! What an experience that everyone dreams of and should do at least once on their trip through France!!! Worth it!!!

  • Stayed: March 2013
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Reviewed February 4, 2013

Our family of 4 ...2 kids.(11 and 13) stayed in Sep 2012. We all loved it!
Staff were very professional...accomadation comfortable and picturesque.
Wifi was a bit flaky....but sort of worked. Great location...quiet town.
We had the full dining experience....one of the best meals we had in France....just Superb!
Highly recommended.

Room Tip: We stayed not in the main House but in the outside area near the restaurant. Very nice spacious room...
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  • Stayed: September 2012, traveled with family
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Additional Information about Chateau D'Etoges

Address: 4 rue Richebourg, 51270 Etoges, France
Location: France > Grand Est > Marne > Etoges
Amenities:
Bar / Lounge Business Center with Internet Access Free High Speed Internet ( WiFi ) Free Parking Pets Allowed ( Dog / Pet Friendly ) Restaurant Suites Wheelchair access
Hotel Style:
Ranked #1 of 1 Hotels in Etoges
Price Range: $133 - $244 (Based on Average Rates for a Standard Room)
Hotel Class:4 star — Chateau D'Etoges 4*
Number of rooms: 28
Official Description (provided by the hotel):
Built in the early 17th century at the heart of the Champagne countryside, this listed historic château sits imposingly in the middle of a 50-acre park with a large terrace, a kitchen garden and magnificent fountains. With its vast reception rooms decorated with painted panelling and 17th and 18th century furniture, this splendid hotel possesses a rare charm. Some lovely bedrooms have delightfully romantic views over the moat that surrounds the building. ... more   less 
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