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Renovated hotel in the heart of Lille, near the Place de la République with free Wi-Fi and breakfast buffet included. Holiday Inn Express Lille Centre places you in Leon Gambetta street. A two minute walk from the Metro station République – Beaux arts , where the Metro will run in 3 minutes to the place centrale Rihour, where the Tourist Office is located and in less than 15 minutes to the Lille Flandres train station and to the Eurostar terminal at Lille-Europe train station. The picturesque streets from the Vieux Lille, are a 20 minute walk away and the Grand Place and the marché Wazemmes is only 10 minutes away. Our front desk team will be delighted to advise you about the best places to visit. The hotel has on-site underground parking and Lille Lesquin Airport is just a 20-minute drive away.. The Grand Stade Pierre Mauroy is just a 15 minute drive away or 30 minutes by the Metro Business guests are only few Metro steps away from the Grand Palais exhibition centre. At the hotel, you can host events for up to 25 people in the hotel’s flexible meeting space. State of the art AV equipment is available and catering can be arranged to suit your needs. There's free Wi-Fi throughout the hotel. Set yourself up for the day with the inclusive Express Start Breakfast
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The elegant 4-star Hotel Carlton Lille is situated opposite the Opera and the Grand Palace and just 10 minutes from Lille Europe Train Station. Its facilities include the Bar Saint James, a fitness room, sauna and solarium for guests to unwind and keep in shape. With Louis XV or XVI décor, each air-conditioned and soundproofed room features a flat-screen TV with satellite channels, tea and coffee making facilities, and a private marble bathroom.
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Situated in the north of the country, Lille Hotels are set in one of France's most cultural and historical cities – offering access to world-class museums, art galleries, handsome townhouses and public parks.
Architecture, Museums and Galleries
The Flemish influence can be seen nearly everywhere in Lille, with characteristic brown and red-bricked buildings surrounding the historical city centre. These styles make Lille a unique area, part French and part Belgian when it comes to city design.
One of the most interesting sights in Lille is the enormous star-shaped Citadel of Lille, designed by the celebrated 17th-century French military architect Vauban, following the capture of the city in 1667. Guided tours of the interior are available during the summer, and the surrounding parkland has a small zoo and amusement park for kids to play in
For art lovers, the Palais des Beaux Arts has a fantastic collection of paintings from the 15th to 20th centuries, including work by Rubens and Manet. The building itself is impressive to behold, built in the 19th century under the instructions of Napoleon I. As well as visual art, the gallery holds a strong collection of classical and medieval archaeology.
If modern art is more to your taste, LAM - Lille Art Modern Museum holds a vast number of modern and contemporary works, by artists such as Picasso, Kandinsky and Deacon, as well as France's largest collection of outsider art. The Musée d'Art et d' Industrie de Roubaix: La Piscine is another great place for 20th-century art, housed in what used to be Art Deco swimming baths.
Lille is home to a number of beautiful public gardens, ideal for summer strolls and autumn ambles around the city. The Jardin botanique de la Faculté de Pharmacie which, as the name suggests, is operated by the University of Lille's Faculty of Pharmacy, has an arboretum, a tropical greenhouse and a herbarium. The Jardin botanique Nicolas Boulay and the Jardin des Plantes de Lille similarly offer picturesque surroundings to wander through.
Whether you're looking for fresh fruit or secondhand books, Lille has a number of excellent markets to visit. The Marche De Wazemmes is one of the largest markets in France and has everything from live accordion music to rows of colourful fabrics on display. The Marche De La Vieille Bourse is the best place to go to peruse through volumes of secondhand books and old photographs while the Marche Du Concert sells fresh produce in the heart of the Old Town.
If you have a car or a train ticket, Lille makes a great base for exploring a number of nearby cities. Hop across the border to Belgium and you'll soon be within range of both Ghent and Brussels. Stick to France and a short drive will take you to the vast Parc Naturel Régional Scarpe-Escaut, with Amiens and Saint-Quentin also nearby to the south.
Frequently asked questions about Hotels in Lille
What are the best hotels to stay in Lille?The best hotels to stay in Lille are Holiday Inn Express LILLE CENTRE, Crowne Plaza LILLE - EURALILLE and Novotel Suites Gare Lille Europe.
What are the most convenient hotel rates in Lille?ibis Lille Centre Gares in Lille offers one night in a double room at the price of £46.
What hotels are in the central Lille neighborhood?Holiday Inn Express LILLE CENTRE, L'Hermitage Gantois, Autograph Collection and ibis Lille Centre Gares are located in the central neighborhood of Lille.
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