During your holiday or business trip, explore ancient Picardy-Nord-Pas-de-Calais in a hotel-restaurant in Hauts-de-France! From the mining basin to the coast, you’ll discover diverse landscapes and a history full of surprises.
Our Campanile hotels provide a warm welcome in the heart of Hauts-de-France. Book a room near Lille or Amiens for a friendly stay in a region with legendary hospitality. From breakfast onwards, you’ll enjoy an unlimited buffet to start your days on the right foot. Planning a business event? Parking, restaurant or meeting rooms will accommodate all your needs.
With its rich heritage, the region of Hauts-de-France offers an unforgettable discovery stay. For a weekend trip, take advantage of your Amiens hotel to discover the gothic cathedral or its neighbor in Beauvais, the belfry in Dunkerque or the citadel in Arras. An excursion on the Opal Coast will take you along the coastline of Picardy, to the beaches of Calais or Dunkirk, famous for their role in World War II. From your Campanile hotel in Lille, you can visit the old town and its listed citadel.
A rich, flavorful foodie stay
Generous and comforting, the gastronomy of Hauts-de-France promises you a gourmet stay full of surprises. Simplicity and creativity show off the local produce, with a long list of culinary specialties to enjoy. In the restaurant of your hotel in Arras, try andouille and andouillette sausage, or at least opt for local specialties with maroilles cheese. Ficelle picarde and Flemish carbonade are served at every stopover of your gourmet weekend. As for the famous waffles, you’ll enjoy them on the Grand-Place, near your Lille hotel.
Unmissable treasures in Hauts-de-France
With five regional parks and ten national wildlife reserves, treat yourself to a blast of fresh air during your stay in Hauts-de-France. From the Somme Bay washed by the English Channel to the slopes of Wavrans-sur-l'Aa, explore the trails to explore the region thanks to a hotel near Calais or Valenciennes. Prefer a cultural weekend? From your hotel and restaurant in Lens, head to the Louvre-Lens museum and its semi-permanent exhibits, in the heart of the former mining basin in Pas-de-Calais.