Port of Calais

Harbour Hotels and Accommodation
(Calais, Pas-de-Calais, France)

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As well as being a busy port town, Calais is an interesting French destination in its own right and as such, has a solid tourist infrastructure, which includes a large number of hotels and other varieties of accommodation. Many visitors arrive with the purpose of spending a night or two either side of a ferry crossing, while others seek to stay longer and have holiday and sightseeing agendas.

Accommodation to suit both can be easily found in Calais, with a very good choice of cheap lodging lining the Rue Royale and close by, to the east. The Quai du Danube is another popular part of Calais in which to stay and is where you will find the Bonsai Hotel and its 98 guest rooms.

If you favour familiar accommodation brands, then the Holiday Inn Calais Nord is one hotel worth considering and resides on the Boulevard Des Allies, where it enjoys views of the port and is just 5 km / 3 miles from the busy Channel Tunnel itself. Considerably cheaper is the Ibis Calais Car Ferry hotel on the Rue Greuze, which is just off the A16 motorway and a short five-minute drive from the city centre.

Among the many further reputable hotels on offer, the two-star rated Le Bellevue is situated close to the beach and offers a wealth of facilities as well as very reasonably priced rooms. The Meurice Hotel Calais is a step up with its three-star rating and is ideally located in heart of the city centre. For a spot of luxury and exclusivity, La Chartreuse du Val Saint Esprit is a four-star establishment set in a chateau in the north of the city.

A large selection of other establishments is also available throughout the city and where you choose to stay depends really on your budget, time frame and agenda. However, Calais is merely an alighting point and this part of the coast has much prettier towns with more character, nearby. If you have time to spare and are embarking on a holiday it might be worth driving a little to more attractive parts. Others prefer to press on for Paris, which is a couple of hours away.

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