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Hotels in Nimes

Discover the city of Nîmes and its world-class Roman heritage! Visit the Arènes or the Fountain Garden and enjoy the city's many events with Campanile hotels!

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Planning a family or business stay in the Occitan region? Make a stop in Nîmes, in the Gard, where you will find our warm Campanile hotel-restaurants! You can leave your bags in the center or south of the city. Parking, unlimited buffets, comfortable rooms and meeting rooms… our hotels have everything you need!

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Enjoy the comfort of Campanile rooms in Nîmes. Depending on the establishment, you’ll find private parking, meeting rooms, restaurants with self-serve buffets or à la carte dishes, as well as evening entertainment.

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In Nimes and its surroundings

Check out our Campanile hotel-restaurants in Nîmes and enjoy comfortable rooms


What to do in Nîmes

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Planning a weekend in the Gard? Come admire Roman buildings in the old town of Nîmes, such as the amphitheater at the Arena of Nîmes. This open-air theater is still in use! The Maison Carrée, the Enceinte d'Auguste, the Tour Magne, the Temple of Diana and the site of Castellum will complete your discovery of Roman Nîmes. Make the most of your stay in Nîmes at the Campanile hotels with a stroll through the gardens of La Fontaine, with their beautiful vases and statues, and don’t forget to visit the archaeological museum, which is well worth a trip.
Booked a room for a week at Campanile Nimes? In addition to the main tourist sites, don’t miss the Musée de Vieux Nîmes, which recounts the city’s history. Fond of contemporary art? Discover the Carré d'Art Museum, another excellent venue. Make the most of your stay in the Gard with a walk in the hinterland of Nîmes. If you are traveling by car, you can also discover the majestic Pont du Gard, the beaches of the Mediterranean, the city of Arles, the Camargue and the picturesque villages of Provence.
Start your family stay in Nîmes with a visit to the city's historic landmarks, which should fascinate young and old alike. Astronomy lovers? Don't miss the planetarium, which offers various shows that explore the solar system and galaxy. Make the most of your stay at our hotels in the Gard by visiting the Haribo Candy Museum, located in Uzès, north of Nîmes, a delicious activity that will appeal to the whole family!

Nîmes’ culinary specialties

If you’re staying in Nîmes, you can dine at our Campanile hotels or the city’s bistros, which offer great Provençal cuisine. The region is known for its delicious olive oil, often served in local dishes. Olives are also consumed as a tapenade for an aperitif. While staying in Gard, you’ll be tempted by gardiane de taureau, a local dish of meat marinated with wine and tempting flavors such as thyme and rosemary.
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Must-see events in Nîmes

If you’re staying in Nîmes in July, don’t miss the Festival de Nîmes, which promises concerts by great artists in the heart of the Arena or the Jardin de La Fontaine. Another event not to be missed in June/July is the “Nuit des Jardins” festival, where you can enjoy outdoor dancing and theatre performances. In winter, the Flamenco Festival hosts top-quality dancers and artists. Before returning to your room in our Campanile accommodations in Nîmes, you can also enjoy everything the hotel has to offer, including aperitifs and theme nights.
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Interesting facts about Nîmes

The city of Nîmes was a key site of textile production from the 17th century. Indeed, the word “denim”, the cotton cloth used in jeans, is actually derived from the fabric made in the city and called the “sergé de Nîmes,” however, the debate on the etymology of the term “denim” is still ongoing. If you stay in Nîmes, take a tour of the Musée de Vieux Nîmes, where you can find a denim jacket dating back to the 18th century!








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