Cheap Hotels in Limoges
Premiere Classe Limoges Nord Hotel
ibis Limoges Nord Hotel
Just north of Limoges, take exit 29 on the A20 highway, which forms part of the Paris-Toulouse route. Five minutes from Limoges city center, we welcome you 24/7 in a modern and stylish setting. Enjoy ibis dining with our buffet from Monday to Thursday and our snack menu from Friday to Sunday. Park in our free car park and connect to our free fiber-optic Internet. Our team offers a warm welcome and is here to help. Book now!
ibis Limoges Centre Hotel
Ideal for weekend breaks, longer stays or a quick stopover on the way to your main destination, the charming ibis Limoges Centre hotel, classified as a Bâtiment de France, is located in Limoges city center, just a stone's throw from the main cultural acti vities such as the porcelain and enamel museums and pedestrian streets lined with wonderful half-timbered houses. Have you tried our gastronomy? The ibis Limoges Centre hotel is located 5 minutes from the A20 highway and Limoges-Bénédictins train station
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Hôtel du Parc Limoges
The Parc Limoges is situated 2 km from the A20 motorway, north of Limoges. Each guest room has a private bathroom with toiletries, satellite TV and free Wi-Fi internet. This Logis restaurant serves regionally inspired seasonal dishes. Guests can also enjoy regional wines. Meals can be served on the hotel terrace. Les Bénédictes Train Station is just 5 km from the Hôtel Du Parc Limoges. Guests can enjoy hiking and cycling in the surrounding countryside and visit the nearby Parc and central Limoges.
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Hotels in Limoges
Located in a city famed for the production of porcelain, Limoges Hotels are an ideal place to stay in one of central Frances most historical and culturally important areas.
Originally founded as Augustoritum by the Romans around 10 BC, Limoges has an exceptionally long history as a human settlement. The original city included an amphitheatre, a temple, forum, baths and a theatre. With the construction of the Abbey of St. Martial in the 9th century, the area began to prosper once again and developed into one of France's leading centres for artistry.
The Abbey itself has been razed but the 10th-century Crypt of Saint Martial is well worth a visit during your stay. Similarly, much of the Roman structures have been destroyed throughout history. The Gallo-Roman amphitheatre is one of the surviving traces and is a great place to get a glimpse into Limoges' ancient past.
Another important historical building is Limoges Cathedral – a fantastic example of Gothic architecture. Construction on the cathedral began in 1273 and finished only in 1888. If you go inside the cathedral make sure you see the Renaissance rood screen and the tomb of the bishop Jean de Langeac. For more historical insight, the Fine Arts Museum of Limoges has a brilliant collection of medieval, Renaissance and Modernism artworks while the Museum of the Resistance details the history of the French resistance in the Second World War.
Limoges is synonymous with Limoges Porcelain and there are a number of excellent places to learn about the area's craft heritage. Porcelain Royal Limoges is a factory dating from 1797 and offers guided tours of the building. Limoges also has a legacy of enamelling and the Enamel House is dedicated to this art form. As well as training courses and talks, the Enamel House also has an interesting exhibition area. Both porcelain and enamel can be seen amongst the collections of the Fine Arts Museum of Limoges.
There are plenty of outdoor spaces in Limoges, and if you're lucky with the weather you'll definitely want to explore the city's many public parks and gardens. The Victor Thuillat Park has a playground for kids and a bowling green, while the city's botanical garden features over 5,000 rose bushes. The River Vienne runs through the city and is a perfect place for romantic strolls past two striking 13th-century medieval bridges, the Saint-Etienne bridge and Saint-Martial bridge.
Frequently asked questions about Hotels in Limoges
Which hotels are the most popular ones to stay at in Limoges?According to our booking data, one of the most booked hotels in Limoges is Welcomotel.
What is the cheapest price for a hotel in Limoges?The lowest price for a double room in Limoges is £32.
What are the best hotels in Limoges near the center?If you want to stay near the center of Limoges, you can consider staying at Welcomotel.
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