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An excellent base for exploring the sites of Valenciennes, the Hotel Campanile Valenciennes Ouest is a 5-minute drive from attractions like the Hainaut Stadium, the Valenciennes Museum of Fine Art, the Parc Lavoiser, and the new Les Arènes concert venue.
The Hotel Campanile Valenciennes Ouest is perfectly situated close to the A23 motorway, a 10-minute drive from Valenciennes station and 30 minutes from Lille Lesquin airport.
The hotel has 53 rooms, which are divided into doubles, twins, and triples. All rooms are furnished with Simmons orthopedic mattresses, an LCD television, desk, telephone, en suite bathroom, hairdryer, and a courtesy tray with a kettle, tea and coffee. Three of the rooms have been adapted for people with reduced mobility. The hotel has a meeting room, lit by natural light, for up to 16 people, which is equipped with Wi-Fi, a flip chart, a video projector, and a wall screen.
The hotel has its own restaurant, which is open between 12 noon – 2pm and 7pm – 10pm for lunch and dinner. Main meals can be chosen from the seasonal menu, whilst starters and desserts are served from all-you-can-eat buffets. Between 6.30am and 9am, guests can help themselves at the breakfast buffet. The hotel also features the ‘Espace’ lounge bar for snacks, teas, and coffees.
This comfortable and affordable hotel will allow both tourists and business travelers to make the most of Valenciennes, whilst staying within their budget.
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.