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Cheap Hotels in Chartres

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Avenue François Arago, Station service Total
1.7 Miles from the centre
per night from £34
(price for Tue, 25 Feb)
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14, place Drouaise . .
0.6 Miles from the centre
per night from £48
(price for Fri, 06 Mar)
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2.1 Miles from the centre

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per night from £63
(price for Fri, 06 Mar)
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3 Rue Du General Koenig
0.2 Miles from the centre

Covered public car park nearby

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per night from £67
(price for Fri, 06 Mar)

Hôtel Inn Design Chartres Resto Novo

1028 reviews by TrustYou
9 rue Charles Coulomb, Zone Activite Arago
1.6 Miles from the centre
per night from £35
(price for Tue, 25 Feb)

Kyriad Chartres Hotel

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24 Avenue Gustave Eiffel
2.4 Miles from the centre
per night from £46
(price for Tue, 25 Feb)

Campanile Chartres Hotel

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1 Allee Promethee Parc des Propylees
2.1 Miles from the centre
per night from £46
(price for Tue, 25 Feb)

Campanile Chartres Centre - Gare - Cathédrale Hotel

1291 reviews by TrustYou
6/8 Avenue Jehan De Beauce
0.3 Miles from the centre
per night from £50
(price for Tue, 25 Feb)

B&B Hôtel Chartres Océane Hotel

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6 Rue Blaise Pascal
per night from £51
(price for Tue, 25 Feb)

The Originals Boutique, Hôtel Les Poèmes de Chartres (Inter-Hotel) Hotel

1466 reviews by TrustYou
5 Place Pierre Semard
0.3 Miles from the centre
per night from £60
(price for Tue, 25 Feb)

Chambre d'hôtes - Les Convivhotes Hotel

per night from £68
(price for Tue, 18 Feb)

Hôtel Restaurant Jehan de Beauce - Les Collectionneurs

1148 reviews by TrustYou
1 Place Pierre Semard
0.3 Miles from the centre
per night from £73
(price for Tue, 25 Feb)

Hotels in Chartres

In France's vineyard-filled Loire Valley, Chartres is a bustling, central city around 60 miles away from Paris. The city was under English rule for just over a decade during the 15th century, and was heavily bombed in World War II. Reconstruction of parts of Chartres places modern-style and newer buildings right next to examples of Regency architecture.

Architecture in Chartres

The city's main attraction is its cathedral, the Basilique Cathédrale Notre-Dame de Chartres. It's a UNESCO World Heritage Site, dating back to the 12th century. The west side of the cathedral has two spires, deliberately built in different styles.

If you visit the cathedral square when it gets dark, you'll see a coloured light display. The lights create interesting patterns across the building's French Gothic exterior.

A walk around Chartres will lead to plenty of old timber houses and ancient bridges.

French cuisine

This region of France produces plenty of delicious delights. The Loire Valley area is nicknamed ‘the garden of France', and Chartres is the granary. Expect to find rillettes, a shredded pate usually made with pork, and traditional fouace flatbread.

Chartres has developed a reputation for the high quality of its food and service in restaurants. The modernisation of the city is evident in the presence of McDonald's.

For adults, the local drink is ‘Eurélienne' – an artisan beer brewed in the nearby village of Chandres. It's notoriously difficult to find, with only a few select venues stocking it. Try the Madrigal Bar at the BEST WESTERN Le Grande Monarque Hotel, which has all four types: blonde, blanche, brune and rousse.

The Loire Valley

One of the valley's ‘Chateaux Trails' includes the cathedral at Chartres, taking in the Chateau of Maintenon and the neo-Gothic royal chapel at Dreux.

A cool climate in the Loire produces grapes – mainly white, but sometimes red – with a bright, refreshing taste. The valley's main exports are Muscadet, Sauvignon Blanc and Chenin Blanc.

Book a wine tasting experience at the Maison des Vins de Tours, which offers over 70 wines made in the area. If you'd like to have a look around first, entry to the centre is free.

‘Caves Touristiques' is the local wine cellar tourism network, with over a hundred estates signed up. It's aimed at those staying in hotels in and around Chartres.

Frequently asked questions about Hotels in Chartres

Which hotels are the most popular ones to stay at in Chartres?

Hotel Mercure Chartres Cathédrale, Novotel Chartres and ibis budget Chartres are some of the popular hotels in Chartres.

What is the cheapest price for a hotel in Chartres?

The cheapest price for a double room in Chartres is £34, offered by ibis budget Chartres.

What are the best hotels in Chartres near the center?

The best hotels near the center of Chartres are Hotel Mercure Chartres Cathédrale, ibis Chartres Centre Cathédrale and ibis budget Chartres.

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