Photos courtesy of Château d’Adoménil
7 rooms and 5 suites
Double rooms: 180–230 euros
Suites: from 250 euros
Rates include service;
Open: February and mid-March through New Years. Hotel and restaurant closed on occasional days during off season. Inquire.
Lunéville is southeast of Nancy, off N333. From Nancy or Strasbourg, exit Lunéville-Centre-Rambervilliers. Continue in the direction of Lunéville. When entering the town, turn left at the first light, then after 300 meters, turn left after the bridge. The closest train station is in Lunéville.
On site: swimming pool
This lovely château offers the traveler elegant accommodations and a superb dining experience. It is a member of the Relais & Châteaux association, which assures a very high standard.
Guest rooms may be in either of three buildings: the château itself, the former stables, or an outbuilding called the “Maison de Vignron.” Within the château, five guest rooms look out over the park or main garden, while those in the former stables have views of the garden and swimming pool. All rooms are large, air-conditioned, and have modern, tile and marble bathrooms. The decor is stylish country.
One of the main reasons travelers stop by the Château d’Adoménil is to dine in French cuisine heaven. Although there is a contemporary-style restaurant, it’s the traditional, gourmet restaurant, under the direction of Cyril Leclerc, that receives the raves. Be warned, you will not eat here on a budget.
For less formal fare, with a car you have easy access to restaurants in Lunéville or even Nancy.
And when you need to walk off all that over-indulgence, the château has vast and carefully tended grounds with a lake and river to explore.
Gourmet restaurant awarded a Michelin star