The 3-star Adagio Aparthotel Access Tours is situated right in the center of the business district flanked by Tours’ high-speed TVG rail station and the city’s convention center (Palais des Congrès) with the city center just a short walk away. Ninety-eight spaciously comfortable studio and bedroom apartments accommodate up to four persons, many of them feature balconies or terraces.
Right in the heart of Tours’ business district, the Adagio Access Tours is located between the TGV train station and the Palais des Congrès (convention center). This 3-star holiday residence boasts 98 spacious, fully-equipped apartments with kitchens, ranging from 2-person studios to 2-room apartments for 4 people, and almost all with a balcony or terrace. The city center is a few minutes’ walk away, with buses and trams close by. Direct access to the A10 highway.Book now
Each air-conditioned apartment is fully-furnished with a lounge, well-equipped kitchen, bathroom and working area. High-speed broadband internet and Wi-Fi in communal areas will ensure that whether you are working or relaxing you can always stay connected. Additional facilities such as laundry and conference rooms are available and breakfast is provided at a small additional charge. Secure and private indoor parking offers convenient access to the hotels and close proximity to train, metro and bus lines means that the rest of the city, as well as the other major cities of France, are within easy reach. Whether your visit to Tours is for business or pleasure, a long-stay or a brief stop, Adagio’s competitively priced apartment hotel will make you feel like you never left home.
Tours is the largest city of central France and is renowned as the home of the ’purest’ form of French - supposedly devoid of any accent or dialect. It traces a long history back to first-century Gallo-Roman origins, via a 14th century spell as center of regal power. Its nickname is the ’Garden of France’ owing to a multitude of large parks that scatter the city. The old city’s white buildings with blue-slated roofs recall the Northern French countryside and hint at the Greek islands of the Mediterranean and the ornate Saint Gatien cathedral, a towering Gothic marvel, sits majestically overlooking the Loire river. It is a place of extremes: the classical high-arts rub shoulders with local artisanal craftsmanship and exquisite gastronomic delights meld unpretentiously with rustic regional specialties. Food and drink, in fact, constitute one of the city’s major attractions. Whether succulent stuffed rabbit or luxurious bottle of Vouvray, the covered food market on Rue Les Halles caters for the most discerning tastes. Similarly, Tours is a renowned center of fashion - Paris may set the trends but Tours, known locally as the ’Mini-Paris’ is never far behind. The city’s location and fantastic transportation links makes it an excellent place from which to explore wider France, any avid châteaux enthusiast would do well to consider it as a base of operations. The laid-back atmosphere offers a less frantic pace than Paris and some other major French cities but in the historic city of Tours, whether you come for a short-weekender or an extended vacation, there is still plenty to see and do.
* Price "from" by night for a stay from 4 to 9 nights