France Travel Planner by Tom Brosnahan & Jane Fisher   Hotels in Saint-Émilion, France





Although a small town, Saint-Émilion has a good selection of hotels, from simple, inexpensive chambres d'hôtes (bed-and-breakfast houses) to suites in luxurious châteaux.

Some of Saint-Émilion's best restaurants have a few guest rooms, making it convenient for gourmets to lodge where they dine (although there's no requirement that you dine where you stay).

Town Center Hotels

The 17 rooms at the plush 5-star Hotel de Pavie, right on the Place du Marché, are Saint-Émilion's prestige address, but the three suites at Les Logis du Roy are also good, central places to stay.

Châteaux Lodgings

You may prefer to sleep in or next to a grand château in the midst of the vineyards, such as the 46-room, 4-star Château Hôtel Grand Barrail, the 11-room Le Relais de Franc Mayne, the 17-room Château Fleur de Roques or, 8 km (5 miles) from Saint-Émilion, the 5-room Château de Courtebotte.

Thrifty Hotels

With your own car, you can take advantage of a thrifty highway hotel like the 56-room Ibis Bordeaux Saint Émilion, only a 5-km, 10-minute drive from the town center.



Tourist Information

About Saint-Émilion

Médoc Vineyards




Loire Valley



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Hotel de Pavie, Saint-Émilion, France

The Hotel de Pavie, Saint-Émilion.

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