Kyriad Epernay

3 Bis Rue De Lorraine,Epernay,France

  • Experience World-class Service at Kyriad Epernay

    Just 800 metres from Epernay city centre, this hotel is just a 2-minute walk from to the Avenue de Champagne where the famous champagne houses such as Moët & Chandon, Mercier, Perrier-Jouët and De Castellane and many others, have their headquarters. The property's 33 rooms are located on the ground floor and first floor. Accessed by a staircase, the guest rooms feature a telephone, satellite TV, tea and coffee maker, and a bathroom with a bathtub and hairdryer. A full breakfast buffet is available each morning at an extra cost. Guests can relax with a refreshing drink in the new bar lounge, which is open from 10:00 to 22:00. The hotel also offers newspapers, free WiFi access, free private parking on site and a terrace.

    Amenities

    • Internet
    • Parking
    • Pets Allowed
    • Restaurant
    • Television
    • Non Smoking
    • Bar
    • Breakfast
  • reviews

    • Located on the plaza, nice to know the history

      4.0
      Reviewed 26 July 2019

      there was limited access when we were there, but a nice history on where the family lived and how they lived in the heart of the city

      MelissaHouston
    • With SMA so steeped in history this is worth a visit

      4.0
      Reviewed 09 June 2019

      Ignacio Allende was one of the four heroes of the first Mexican Revolution and his former residence is a small museum right across the street from the large main church, Parroquia. Allende was a Captain in the Queens Dragoons, but having been born on Mexican soil made him a creole in the caste system and not a peninsular (born on Spanish soil). The peninsulars held the power and even though creoles could be wealthy and educated, they could not participate in running the government like peninsulars could. This inequity fueled the desire for Mexican independence that resulted in the first Revolution in 1810. Allende, Father Hildago and the other two heroes of this failed revolution were captured, executed and beheaded and their heads displayed on the walls of Guanajuato to discourage others. Anyway, if you have any interest in roaming the rooms, courtyard and hallways of Allendes home, it is easy and cheap. If you want to know more about the first or the second Mexican revolutions for independence I recommend Mike Duncans podcast Revolutions. Viva Mexico!

      LSSFW
    • Interesting

      4.0
      Reviewed 28 April 2019

      2nd floor shows how ignacio and his family were living, in 1st floor you learn more about the Inssurection and how ignacio was killed. On sundays there is no fee for visiting the house.

      405anttiv
    • Hands on learning -- San Miguel's role in the Mexican revolution

      4.0
      Reviewed 27 April 2019

      This is an opportunity for history to come alive. See photos and paintings of the family that lived in the house. Learn about Ignacio Allende and Victor Hidalgo--both seeing the desperate need for a revolution but with vastly different backgrounds.

      Bonni C
    • Historic background

      4.0
      Reviewed 25 April 2019

      This museum presents, in a very structured and concise way, events that triggered The Independence. Its very interesting and interactive.

      428cintiad

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