Enjoy the comfort of Campanile rooms in Nancy. Depending on the establishment, you’ll find private parking, meeting rooms, restaurants with self-serve buffets or à la carte dishes, as well as evening entertainment.
Start the first couple of days with a visit to the historic center, to go to Place Stanislas and the Beaux Arts Museum, where you can admire the paintings of masters such as Eugène Delacroix. The city also has a museum devoted to the history of iron, which also touches upon the history of the steel industry throughout the world. It has a number of unique pieces, like part of the Eiffel Tower’s original staircase.For your walks, we recommend visiting the Montet Botanical Garden. With more than 12,000 species over 27 hectares of garden space, the Montet Botanical Garden contains treasures of the botanical world. Enjoy your stay in Lorraine to visit Campanile hotels in Épinal or Campanile hotels in Metz and make a stop for lunch or spend an evening at our Campanile restaurants.
A signature dish of this rich terroir, quiche Lorraine is Nancy’s culinary specialty. Very often imitated, it’s always done best in Nancy, where the tradition of this popular dish is still strong. Be warned, here the quiche’s true version is never prepared with cheese!
To taste Nancy’s macaroons and Liverdun’s madeleines, you must visit the “Maison des soeurs Macarons” bakery. These sweets are scented with bergamot, a Nancy specialty, and it’s also the city’s symbol.
Another symbolic treat that delights the taste buds is the Mirabelle, a variety of plum common to Lorraine, which carries the “label rouge,” an official designation of quality assurance. Juicy, sweet and delicate, the plum can be used in jams or pies. You can enjoy the Mirabelle for a tasty snack at one of our Campanile restaurants in Nancy.