If you’re staying for a weekend in Orléans, discover the Sainte-Croix Cathedral, the Hotel Groslot, the Crypt Saint-Aignan, the Convent des Minimes and various places of worship that are just as majestic and astonishing. The Place du Châtelet and its many terraces also welcomes you for a meal or drink.The Cabu Hotel, which houses the Musée Historique et Archéologique de l'Orléanais, dates back to the Renaissance, as does the Hôtel Euverte Hatte. The Hôtel des Créneaux dates from the French Revolution. You can easily access these historical and architectural points of interest from our Hôtel Restaurant Campanile Orleans, located in the heart of the city.
If you have a week to devote to Loiret, complete your discovery of Orléans by visiting the surrounding countryside, for example, by spending a day exploring Orléans forest, which is traversed by the Orléans Canal.
The Orléans countryside also has many vineyards, whose owners open their doors to visitors for wine tastings. A few kilometers away, you can discover other sites such as the Châteaux of the Loire Valley, or the beautiful city of Chartres and its cathedral.
Coming to Orléans with the family? The Island of Charlemagne opens its doors for a day of nature or nautical activities. The leisure center and its developed beach welcome you for swimming, sailing, horseback riding and hiking. It takes only 10 minutes by car to get from the 3-star Campanile Orleans hotel in the city center.A day by boat can be arranged to discover the Loire and surrounding cities. The Loire’s banks are also developed to ensure families can safely enjoy a bike getaway.