France is a stunning country, well-known for its beautiful language and culture, divine cuisine and breathtaking landscapes! From the chic glamour of Paris to the ski slopes of Chamonix, from lush countryside of Normandy and Brittany to the rolling plains of Champagne, from the soaring snow covered Alpine peaks to the azure waters of the Mediterranean – you’ll love everything France has to offer. Our wide range of hotels in France will allow you to plan exactly where in this stylish country you’d like to spend your time.
Our Paris hotels will have you situated in the heart of the fashion capital of the world. Explore Paris on foot and be spoilt with art, architecture, history, fashion and entertainment around every corner. Visit iconic landmarks such as the Louvre, the Eiffel Tower, the Champs de Elysee, the Chateau de Versailles and the Arc de Triomphe. There are so many amazing sights, so make sure you take a break and enjoy fabulous French cuisine at one of the many sidewalk cafés. For a fun-filled family day out, there’s no going past Disneyland Paris, previously known as Euro Disneyland. Disneyland Paris contains two theme parks, Disneyland Park and Walt Disney Studios Park, the entertainment district Disney Village and Golf Disneyland, which features 9-hole and 18-hole courses. Otherwise, experience French history at Puy du Fou, Paris’ second most-visited theme park. Each day, Puy du Fou puts on a number of exciting and action-packed shows involving swordsmen, medieval horsemen and even birds of prey! Catch one of the night shows for a relaxing water and light show set to music.
Our hotels in France are situated in great locations - in every region you’ll have a selection of great experiences, historical sites and gorgeous landmarks to explore. Mont Saint-Michel in Brittany, a stunning abbey that appears to be floating in the middle of the ocean, is one of France’s most recognisable landmarks. Visit the port city of Bordeaux to see the Port of the Moon, a trading port since Roman times and UNESCO World Heritage Site; the Grand Theatre, Europe’s oldest wooden-framed theatre; and the Pont de Pierre (stone bridge). The Champagne region is home toThe Abbey of Saint-Remi, a stunning church from the sixth century, and The Palais du Tau, the residence of the Kings of France. Or fall in love with the charming town of Beaune, in Burgundy, with its medieval houses, historic mansions, flowered squares and gardens, and the Hospices de Beaune, which since its opening in 1443 has featured a museum, vineyards and medical facilities.
These regions are also famous for their incredible wines and cellar doors, but France’s culinary delights can be found everywhere around the country. France’s southwestern regions are famous for rich, decadent foods many of us equate with the French, such as duck, foie gras and truffles. Seafood like mussels, oysters and the fish soup bouillabaisse is popular in the northwest and southeast of France, whereas the northeastern regions keep things simple by using staples such as potatoes, cabbages and beetroots in delicious stews. Eastern and Southern France are inspired by German and Spanish food respectively, so head these regions to sample delicious pastries, sausages and other pork products. Hungry for more? Why not plan a holiday touring the top restaurants located around the country?
Enjoy the French wines and tantalising cuisine, the sights and sounds, the experiences and see incredible landscapes in all regions of France when you stay in our France accommodation!
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