Tours

19 Jun 2019 - 20 Jun 2019

2 guests - 1 room

Sometimes referred to as The Garden of France, Tours is a university town located between the Loire and Cher rivers. There are a number of interesting and historic landmarks in the city, including the ancient Palais des Archevêques, where a cedar tree planted by Napoleon grows. The city is a popular destination, so there are a number of hotels in the area as well as several hotels near the airport.

Tours City Centre

A city with rich history, Tours offers an incredible number of things to see. Some of the most popular sights include the Chateau de Valmer, the Place Plumereau and the Musee du Compagnonnage.

1. Hôtel Inn Design Tours

When you're looking for last-minute hotels in Tours that are also affordable, consider a stay at the Hôtel Inn Design Tours. The hotel offers laundry facilities, free internet and a business centre.

2. Novotel Tours Centre Gare

The Novotel Tours Centre Gare is a mid-range hotel that is a great option for families. It provides guests with access to free cribs, a multilingual staff and a buffet breakfast.

3. Clarion Hotel Château Belmont Tours

If you want a hotel that offers luxury accommodations, check out the Clarion Hotel Château Belmont Tours. Amenities include a fitness centre, a sauna and an indoor pool.

Tours Airport Hotels

The city of Tours is served by Tours Val de Loire Airport (TUF), which dates back to World War I. It's located in Loire and is about four miles from the heart of Tours. Since it's close to the city centre, around the airport is a great place to find last-minute hotels in Tours.

Tours Val de Loire Airport (TUF) Hotels

1. Ibis Tours Nord

The Ibis Tours Nord is one of several cheap hotels in Tours, and it provides all the basics you need, including a restaurant and a business centre.

2. Mercure Tours Nord

Located near the airport, the Mercure Tours Nord offers a variety of amenities. Guests have access to luggage storage, laundry services and supervised activities for children.

Spa Hotels in Tours

To make your stay in the city truly relaxing, consider booking a room at one of the spa hotels in Tours. Spas are a great way to unwind after a day of walking around the city.

1. Chateau de Beaulieu

The Chateau de Beaulieu is one of the spa hotels in Tours that offers accommodations at an affordable price. Guests have also access to laundry services and a bar.

2. Hotel L'Univers Tours

For a mid-range hotel with a spa, the Hotel L'Univers Tours is a great choice. You'll have access to a restaurant, a business centre and concierge services.

3. Clarion Hotel Chateau Belmont

When you're looking for luxury, consider the Clarion Hotel Chateau Belmont. Along with a spa, the hotel also provides laundry services and a multilingual staff.

Whether you're on a budget and need cheap hotels in Tours or you want to splurge on accommodations, Skyscanner can help you find the perfect place to stay in France.

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Marie
Marie
21/04/2016

Charming old town, with Monuments, Museums, the Town Hall; Huge old houses Middle-age, cafés, restaurants: Place Plumereau. Shopping rue Nationale, rue des Halles: shoes, fashion, Vintage.Galeries. Antiques: rue de la Scellerie. a Delicious pastry: La Chocolatière.

Ann P
Ann P
11/01/2016

Visit the local city of Tours which has a mediaeval Place Plumereau, Cathedral and lots of good shops and restaurants

Rich Carriero
Rich CarrieroLongmont
03/02/2015

Tours was essentially an American army base during WWI and was devastated by World War II. It has since recovered nicely and retains much of its medieval character. Of course the city is most famous as the site where Charles Martel stopped the Moors and prevented Islamic conquest of France during the 8th century. Today Tours is a handsome town with many parks and squares perfect for strolling.

Timothy B
Timothy BToronto
25/07/2014

TOURS (90 mins from our house) a big commercial centre down the river from Blois. The old town is a maze of little walking streets, filled with specialty shops and restaurants. And there’s a large modern street that features branches of the great department stores of Paris. The most wonderful square of the old town is Place Plumereau (left) where the houses date from medieval times.

FAQs

The least expensive month is February, with an average of £59 per night. The most expensive month to stay in Tours is May, with an average price of £70 per night.
The average price of a hotel in June last year was £61 per night. This is 4% less than the average nightly price of £64 seen over the previous 12 months.
In Tours, the expected average temperature in June is 18.4°C/65.0°F. The warmest month is typically July, which averages 26.2°C/79.2°F. The coolest month is December, with temperatures averaging 1.3°C/34.3°F.
The nearest airport to Tours is Tours (TUF) (3.09 miles). Other nearby airports include: Le Mans Arnage (44.42 miles)

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