Hotels in France » Region Lorraine
Lorraine (German: Lothringen, Spanish: Lorena) is one of the 26 régions of France. It is the only administrative region with two cities of equal importance, Metz and Nancy. Metz is considered to be the official capital since that is where the regional parliament is situated. The region's name is derived from the medieval Lotharingia.
The use of the potato in Lorraine can be traced back to 1665 and it is used in various traditional dishes of the region such as the potée lorraine. The Breux potato, which takes its name from the village of Breux in the north of the Meuse, is considered to be excellent by experts due to the perfect conditions of the area. Smoked bacon is also a traditional ingredient of the cuisine of Lorraine. It is used in various traditional dishes of the region, including the famous Quiche Lorraine. The mirabelle plum of Lorraine is the emblematic fruit of Lorraine. It is used in pies and other desserts, as well as in alcoholic beverages.
The Time Hotel is located at the entrance of Contrexeville, a spa town in the heart of the Vosges department. The hotel offers 48 functional and comfortable rooms equipped with private bathroom, TV and free Wi-Fi connection. It also features a restaurant, a heated indoor pool, a hammam, a fitness room, an outdoor play area for children and an equipped meeting room. The hotel also has a secure garage of 600 sqm.