The Vosges for a night, or a lifetime

Where to sleep in the Vosges

Both day and night, nature-lovers can’t help loving the Vosges

Cabane - Bol d'air
Michel Laurent

A bed to suit everyone

"There’s no time to get bored in the Vosges, so you’ll need a good night’s sleep if you want to keep up!
Is camping your thing? Or are you more the five-star luxury hotel type?
Are you curious by nature and looking for something unusual? Or are you more “Relais & Châteaux?”
In the Vosges, you can sleep how you like. There’s something for everyone, for all pockets and for all tastes."

Hotels, restaurant-hotels

Just look at those stars!

The Vosges has plenty of starry places to eat. Some of them are universally acclaimed, and two have received the ultimate accolade: a Michelin star

Chambres et intu00e9rieur Les Bas Rupts et le Chalet Fleuri
CD88 - Joelle Laurenu00e7on

Share some of the finer things in life, just a few kilometres from Gérardmer lake at the restaurant “Les Bas-Rupts Chalet Fleuri”. A Michelin star holder for 35 years, chef Michel Philippe is the linchpin of this family-run business where the traditional meets the exceptional.

Right in the heart of the town of Epinal, “Les Ducs de Lorraine” welcomes its guests to an exceptional setting. The duo of Claudy Obriot and Stéphane Ringer give pride of place to the high-quality products which grace their dishes.

Why not head up the mountain to revive yourself a bit closer to nature?

Chalet du Collet
Michel Laurent

Be part of the scenery!

"What could be more typical than to put down your cases in a mountain chalet?
They are a great place to relax, have fun and share good times with friends or family.
Luxurious, spacious or romantic, mountain chalets in the Vosges will surprise you with their infectious tranquillity. Away from prying eyes, daydream your days away, enjoying the bucolic Vosges scenery. "


Welcome to our home!

Camping de Gu00e9rardmer
OT Gu00e9rardmer

Heaven for campers

"We have nearly 6300 pitches and 80 campsites dedicated to open-air accommodation. Nestling on the forest fringe or the water’s edge, you can camp out under the stars in the Vosges all year round. Tent, caravan, mobile home or chalet... the choice for outdoor living enthusiasts is vast.
Leave the town behind and get back to basics on a holiday in the Vosges. That’s not to say that you can’t be comfortable: heated swimming pools, restaurants, laundries, mini-clubs for children... our campsites have plenty to offer!
The Vosges also has three natural camping areas: 30 pitches at most, generally large and spaced apart, ideal for those who love to pitch their tent or set up their caravan with nothing around but nature. This is the place to enjoy the beauty of the countryside and nature’s bounty."

Open-air hospitality

There’s no time for the blues in the Vosges! 

Repos au Chalet du Collet
Thomas Devard - Massif des Vosges

Walk, pedal, sleep

"In the Vosges, every day is full of activities and outings of every kind. When night falls, that’s the time to luxuriate and switch off.
Vosges hospitality has come up with a range of all-inclusive life-changing packages to help those who arrive in need of rest and refreshment.
There are so many different offers and combinations for all tastes and all budgets. With or without breakfast, full- or half-board, romantic breaks or fine dining weekends... make your choice and book online!
Sometimes you just have to put your feet up and rest. "

Group accommodation

On the ground or up in the air, try something new!

Cabane dans les arbres - La Bresse
Michel Laurent

Want to sleep somewhere unique?

Unusual places to stay are springing up all over the Vosges! Enjoy a little getaway and indulge in this latest trend. The bedrooms are still every bit as comfortable. However, they are highly original! A transparent bubble in the middle of a field, a wooden cabin in the treetops, a Mongolian yurt on the prairie, or an Indian tipi in the forest. The “nuit insolite” experience can be enjoyed in any season.

Hotels, restaurant-hotels
Jardins u00e9cologogiques Camping du Metey
Michel Laurent

Going green

"If you’re someone who likes to feel virtuous, even on holiday, then some of the accommodation in the Vosges offers ecotourism packages. Places like the Mettey campsite between Gérardmer and La Bresse. This particularly eco-friendly site has “ecogîtes”, cabins and pitches for holidaymakers who care about the environment.
How does it differ from traditional camping? Forget about your tree-hugging ecologist stereotypes! The Mettey approach positively encourages families to stay in its peaceful, tranquil setting."

Open-air hospitality
Where to sleep in the Vosges




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