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Explore the splendor of Lille and its beautiful surroundings from the Campanile Lille Est – Villeneuve d’Ascq, well-equipped for both business and leisure travelers. Providing reasonably priced accommodation as well as a convenient location near the INRA, the hotel is ideal for students and researchers, as well as professionals and families.
With the hotel a mere two minutes’ walk from the Modern Art Museum of Lille, it is an ideal base for culture lovers. Guests will also appreciate the hotel’s proximity to Lille-Lesquin Airport, only 15 kilometers away. Motorists can reach the hotel easily via the A1 and A22 highways, and see first-hand why the Campanile Lille Est – Villeneuve d’Ascq is approved by Qualité Tourisme. The nearby Heron park is perfect for a pleasant stroll or morning jog.
Experience all the comforts of home when choosing from the hotel’s 49 varied rooms, each designed to have a contemporary feel. Guests with reduced mobility will also find suitable facilities to make their stay more comfortable. Boasting warm and cozy bedding, the rooms also include private bathrooms with a hairdryer, flat screen TV, air-conditioning, free Wi-Fi access, and a spacious desk area.
Stock up on a wide selection of delicious sweet and savory treats available from the hotel’s extensive breakfast buffet, open from 6:30am to 9:00am. Deciding what to do for lunch and dinner couldn’t be easier with the restaurant’s amazing variety of regional and traditional dishes.
Business guests can use the hotel’s well-resourced meeting room. Having such an extensive range of amenities for vacationers and professionals alike, Campanile Lille Est – Villeneuve d’Ascq offers a great base from which to explore Lille and its surrounding areas.
An architectural manifesto, Villa Cavrois, the work of architect Robert Mallet-Stevens, a figure of the modernist school, was designed and built in Croix between 1929 and 1932 for Paul Cavrois, a textile industrialist from the Nord department, and his family.
Listed as a historical monument in 1990 thanks to citizen mobilisation, and acquired by the State in 2001, the huge restoration project implemented in 2003 has been completed in 2015. Your ticket allows you direct entry to the monument.