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Champagne & cul­tural high­lights

If there’s one thing we can promise you, it’s that you’ll never run out of things to do dur­ing your stay in Champagne. In addi­tion to the sump­tu­ous offer­ings at our hotel, there are heaps of high­lights to be dis­cov­ered through­out the region.

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The vintner’s path

Offering strik­ing views of the Marne Valley, the his­toric vil­lage of Mutigny is home to LOISIUM Wine & Spa Hotel Champagne and wel­comes you with an authen­tic French lifestyle.

Leading you through the heart of the vine­yards, the vintner’s path “Le Sentier du vigneron” is a 2.2km route offer­ing a very spe­cial way to dis­cover the Champagne region: a guided tour with excit­ing sto­ries about the region and its peo­ple, inter­est­ing facts about champagne pro­duc­tion and the his­tory of viti­cul­ture in this region.

View of Mutigny from vineyards
Church of Mutigny


The cap­i­tal of champagne is home to the most pres­ti­gious champagne houses in the world. Here, you will find excep­tional qual­ity aware­ness and count­less kilo­me­ters of wine cel­lars.


A mere 15 min­utes away from the LOISIUM Hotel, Epernay’s Avenue de Champagne stretches over a kilo­me­ter. Both sides of the famous street are lined with mag­nif­i­cent res­i­dences that were built next to the pro­duc­tion facil­i­ties start­ing in the 19th cen­tury.

house of champagne in epernay
museum Epernay


The city owes its fame to the Notre-Dame Cathedral, which until the 19th cen­tury was the place for coro­na­tions of the kings of France.

In addi­tion to the cathe­dral, the Palais du Tau — the archbishop’s palace — and the abbey and basil­ica of Saint-Remi are also listed as UNESCO World Heritage Sites.

Notre Dame Cathedral in Reims
honorary arch of Reims


Nicknamed “the Cradle of Champagne”, this pic­turesque vil­lage awaits you with scenic alleys, wrought-iron sign­posts and lots of epi­curean high­lights.

Deeply embed­ded into the fab­ric of Hautvillers is the mem­ory of a monk, Dom Pérignon, who was instru­men­tal in the devel­op­ment of champagne pro­duc­tion in the 18th cen­tury. His tomb in the famous abbey church is well worth a visit, while wind­ing roads, build­ings typ­i­cal of Champagne and small, fine stores will fill your trip with many mem­o­ries.

Cafe d'Hautvilles
vineyards of Hautvillers

Route Touristique du Champagne

Follow this route and enjoy a num­ber of unique options to dis­cover the magic of champagne mak­ing.

Six dif­fer­ent routes and more than 600 kilo­me­ters of pos­si­ble trails, invite you to dis­cover enchant­ing land­scapes, meet wine­mak­ers and immerse your­self in the his­tory of champagne. So, what are you wait­ing for? Grab your boots and off you go. Santé!

Signpost in the vineyard
toast with sparkling wine


Charming, quaint and sur­rounded by vine­yards. Experience champagne with your five senses at Pressoria dis­cov­ery cen­ter.

 This is where the secrets of champagne are revealed: geol­ogy, cli­mate, the hid­den aspects of the vine, as well as har­vest­ing and pro­duc­tion all play a role. Explore the inter­ac­tive tour at your own pace and dis­cover every­thing there is to know about champagne and its ori­gins.

wine museum Pressoria
wine museum Pressoria
hotel entrance

LOISIUM Champagne

Wine & Spa Hotel | Mutigny | Champagne, France

La vie est belle — French savoir vivre paired with nat­ural mate­ri­als and col­ors, 101 rooms & suites, a well­ness area and the per­fect loca­tion in the mid­dle of the vine­yards of Champagne.

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