Hotel Fontevraud – how to make both parents and kids happy in a design hotel

France Hotels

So you have planned this cultural trip to the Loire valley for the kids so that they learn about chateaux and French history.  This might not appeal to them that much but what if you tell them that they could stay in a hotel where an ipad mini is given at check-in ? And that they can explore information about an old abbaye by touching a table and playing games?

You can also have great food at the Hotel Fontevraud, recently redesigned with style and respect for the architectural context.

And what if you could have a delicious menu, enjoy a serene atmosphere while being surrounded by beautiful design ?

This is the unique experience that Hotel Fontevraud can offer you. This new hotel lives within the amazing historical Fontevraud Abbaye, in the Loire valley. New design has been imparted to the place while respecting the ancient architecture.  Luxury here is in enjoying the beauty and serenity of the place while taking advantage of the latest technology to explore and understand the cultural heritage.

The hotel is also family-friendly with high chairs, cots and some family rooms.

As my sister lives nearby, I can’t wait to go and explore this wonderful place.

What do you think ? Would this be an attractive option for a cultural visit for you and your children?

Details

  • 54 rooms
  • From 125 €, or 150  € for a family room
  • Website

Fontevraud hotel, luxury hotel in the Loire valley at affordable prices. From 125 Euros

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3 Comments

    • Super, j’attends avec impatience d’en voir le reportage sur ton blog. Ma soeur (qui vit à Tours donc pas loin) y est allée pour prendre un verre à l’ipad bar et a trouvé cela très bien fait, avec la possibilité de vraiment profiter du site et de l’architecture.

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