What about a Paris Break or a relaxing stay in the South of France? Amongst all tourist hotels, holiday villages, Logis and Gites that France has on offer, you may easily find the perfect accommodation! French-Property.com suggests here some useful websites and contacts that would help you to choose the perfect place for your vacation in France.
French hotels include independent properties as well as hotel chains, depending on the type of holidays you want. The latter are definitely convenient for every business trip or city break, when charming, small hotels like Logis de France remain unbeatable in terms of value and ambiance.
French brands like Accor Group (with Ibis, EtapHotel, Mercure, Novotel, Sofitel), Campanile or even Formule 1 (cheaper) are located in almost every town, or close to tourist destinations, and they usually provide useful facilities.
Such big hotels or motels are mainly appreciated for short stays, all of them offering sober, classic accommodation. Ideal for a weekend at Disneyland Paris or the Futuroscope in Poitiers for instance!
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For holidaymakers who look for attentive services and quaint décors, France also provides its own bed and breakfast called Logis de France and Chambres d'Hôtes.
Chambre d'Hôte in France is basically the equivalent of the genuine British B&B: renting a room in one of these "Guest Houses" make you discover - and share - the French Art de Vivre, sleeping at the owner's and enjoying a typical breakfast and delightful dinner (if included).
A great destination for a pleasant, romantic break in France!
Logis de France hotels feature a quality label meaning you can expect a relaxing atmosphere, elegant furniture and fine food. This label - symbolised by a chimney - refers to a specific ranking according to which the hotels must offer good value for money and great comfort as well as traditional French food.
All tourist hotels are examined and graded by the French authorities. The official ranking divides them into 5 categories, considering the areas, facilities and services offered.
1-star and 2-star hotels provide basic accommodation when 3-star up to 4-star L (for Luxury) have more luxurious rooms.
This "rate" must be displayed outside the hotel (on a typical blue sign), as well as the prices by the way (which include taxes and services).
For those who plan a more adventurous trip to France, with outdoor accommodation, French-Property.com gives you some information about French Campsites and Camping Holidays!