Friendliness, quality of service, effectiveness. Welcome to Lorraine.
“Here you will get a good welcome, you can park easily, you eat well. Eating well is worth all the gold in the world! Service and good food, that’s what counts!”
“My husband and I built this hotel 27 years ago,” explains the manager. Their hotel, The Originals Access, Hotel Arcole, Nancy South, is part of the landscape in Houdemont, a few minutes from Nancy. This Houdemont hotel with 57 rooms is frequented by regular guests who the manager has known for years. “We have formed links with our guests because we prioritise the human relationship,” the manager emphasises. She also has a bar and restaurant for her guests, making this a nice place to stop near to Nancy.
The hotel has its own restaurant. For lunch and dinner, salads, snacks and more substantial meals are served in the dining room that is open to the outside. You can also head to the bar to relax with friends or colleagues. And to get the day off to a good start, the manager serves a generous breakfast buffet in our Houdemont restaurant each morning.
In an ideal location, among hotels in Houdemont and a few minutes from Nancy, you can easily travel around a beautiful region that is full of surprises.
NANCY AND PLACE STANISLASThe world famous Place Stanislas is an unmissable site in Nancy. It bears the name of Stanislas Leszczynski, a former king of Poland who became Duke of Lorraine. It was he who had Nancy’s square built between 1752 and 1755. The majestic square, with forged iron gates embellished with gold as its jewel, is as beautiful by day as by night. In summer, sound and light adorn the façades around the square in a historical and magical show.
NANCY FINE ARTS MUSEUMThe Fine Arts Museum on Place Stanislas showcases European art from the 14th to 20th centuries with a subtle use of light and sometimes unexpected combinations. You can admire all of Jacques Callot’s 787 engravings, 1,438 drawings by Grandville, an impressive collection of glass and crystal work by Daum, and pieces by Caravaggio, Delacroix, Bonnard, Utrillo and Matisse as well as sculptures by Duchamp-Villon and Zadkine.
BACCARAT MUSEUMLocated in the commune of Baccarat, very close to the manufactory founded in 1764 and still in operation. The museum tells the history of Baccarat crystal making and presents incredible antique and contemporary exhibits in the small château where the manufactory directors lived. These include the massive Zenith candelabra made out of twisted red and transparent crystal, the ewer gifted to Charles X and a magnificent table laid with tableware commissioned by royalty and other dignitaries.
Within easy reach of Nancy, the train station and main roads, the hotel has 2 fully equipped meeting rooms.
The hotel has 2 seminar rooms with a total area of 120m2. The smaller room has a capacity of 40 people seated and 40 standing. The larger room can accommodate 50 people seated and 80 standing.