Cheap Hotels in Toulon
Au Nouvel Hotel
This hotel is situated in Toulon, a city in southern France famous for its large military harbour on the Mediterranean coast. The establishment offers the ideal accommodation for a business trip, a family holiday or a leisure stay, as it is located in the heart of the city and offers a convenient access to all it has to offer. The SNCF railway station is just 150 metres away and Zenith Oméga conference centre is only a few steps away. The guest rooms feature a charming style and are all equipped with flat screen TV, Wi-Fi internet connection and a private bathroom. Some also boast views over Mont Faron street and can accommodate up to 4 people, ideal for those travelling with friends or children. An assorted breakfast buffet is served daily for guests’ convenience, and those arriving by car will appreciate the parking facilities situated just 150 metres from the hotel.
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Hotels in Toulon
Lying along the dazzling Cote D'Azur with abundant sunshine, warm air and the glittering Mediterranean within easy reach, Toulon is hard to beat for appreciating southern France's relaxing way of life. Built around a rade (one of Europe's finest sheltered harbours), Toulon is the home to France's naval fleet and is a major industrial centre producing everything from tobacco and wine to ships and aeronautical equipment. With Toulon hotels offering comforSEOSITE_LEVEL_DESCRIPTION accommodation suiSEOSITE_LEVEL_DESCRIPTION for all budgets, you'll discover Toulon is a destination for pleasure as well as business.
Toulon's identity is inextricably linked to its harbour, especially its impressive naval port, giving you the opportunity to stroll along its picturesque quays and enjoy the Club Med lifestyle. As one of the greatest natural anchorages in Europe, the harbour was once the symbol of French imperial naval power. Catch a boat to appreciate the scale of the Arsenal, with modern frigates, Napoleonic battleships and old nautical armaments on display. To get a full sense of history, the Musee National de la Marine, provides informative exhibits and powerful testimony on France's naval history from medieval cannon boats to Napoleons great galleons and the present day.
After an idyllic stroll along the beautiful bay, you can explore the Old Town. The famous Provencal Market is a treasure trove of locally produced delicacies. Toulon plays a central role in the Occitan regions, and food is the best means of enjoying its rich culture.
Arts and Culture
In the centre of Toulon is the Place de la Liberte, where you'll find impressive fountains flanked by stately Neoclassical architecture. After admiring the cascading waters of the sculptured fountains, you can witness the stunning spectacle of the Opera de Toulon. This is one of the oldest opera houses in France and is an ideal destination to explore the dramatic heritage of Toulon, whose streets and prisons were the setting for the opening acts of Les Miserables.
Contemporary art and modern sculpture is on display at the Hotel de Arts, along with numerous photography exhibits that reinforce Toulon's reputation as a sophisticated and chic destination.
You'll be spoilt for choice when it comes to shopping in Toulon. For uber-stylish tastes, the Place Puget near Rue Hoche never disappoints with the Centre Commercial Mayol providing all the major brand stores. Le Mourillon also offers a host of retail delights and is perfect after a day's sunbathing on the nearby beach.
For rugby fans, Toulon is home to one of the sport's most successful club teams. The Stade Mayol is a formidable stadium with a great atmosphere on game day. With plenty of lively bars and restaurants at hand, it's an ideal base to partake in Toulon's exciting and vibrant hospitality.
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