Located within a beautiful and historic region of France, the three-star Kyriad Dunkerque Sud – Loon Plage offers comfortable, affordable accommodation for those visiting the area.
Situated 18 kilometers from Dunkirk town center and easily accessible from the A16 highway via the N316, the hotel is close to a number of popular attractions for those on vacation or traveling on business. Guests looking to immerse themselves in the local culture can take a trip to the Vauban Promenade pier and explore the town fortifications by way of a boat ride, whilst business guests will appreciate the hotel’s proximity to the Dunkirk aluminum smelters, Gravelines nuclear power plant, and the LNG port. Sportica, a nearby arena, offers guests the chance to bowl, go-kart, swim, and go to the cinema. The establishment is also located 37 kilometers away from the ferry terminal between France and England.
The Kyriad Dunkerque Sud – Loon Plage has 54 rooms consisting of 32 doubles, 17 twins, four triples, and a family room. Every room in the hotel is equipped with a double or twin bed, a bathroom with a hairdryer, a toilet, a telephone, free Wi-Fi, air-conditioning, and a TV with French cable channels. There is also a courtesy tray complete with coffee, tea, a bottle of water, and snacks. The hotel has three rooms adapted for guests with reduced mobility.
The hotel invites guests to enjoy a breakfast buffet between the hours of 6:30am and 10:00am. The Kyriad Dunkerque Sud – Loon Plage doesn’t provide lunch or dinner, but the nearby Campanile Restaurant Dunkirk – Loon Plage has its own on-site restaurant.
Whether guests are visiting for business or leisure, the Kyriad Dunkerque Sud guarantees a comfortable stay.
I will pick you up at the train station or at your hotel and drive you at Vimy Ridge.
We set together the time of return and i pick you up at Vimy and drop you off at the train station or at your hotel.
The trips are made in Vw Tiguan up to 4 passagers.
Lens’ 14 - 18 is an exhibition center for those events of the First World War which took place in the Nord-Pas-de-Calais region of France. The audio guide provides four languages: French, English, German and Dutch. The guides contain the written content of the exhibition, with commentary on the previously unseen archive photographs and video and further information on specialist subjects. They also allow visitors to listen to the actual voices of soldiers reading poems and letters.
Ideally situated between the major sites of the Cabaret Rouge British Cemetery, the Canadian National Vimy Memorial, the Maison Blanche German War Cemetery and the Notre-Dame-de-Lorette International Memorial and world war one cemetery, the Lens' 14 - 18, War and Peace History Centre is an unmissable stop on your pilgrimage and an essential part of any Great War remembrance visit to the Northern France.