Aparthotel in Poitou-Charentes
For your stay in this beautiful region, you can't do better than choose Poitiers, the capital of the Poitou-Charente. The Access Poitiers apartment hotel is situated on the edge of down town, which gives you easy access to the sights of the city, the business centres and shopping streets. Located not far from the train station, this Aparthotel in Poitou-Charente is also an ideal starting point to visit Futuroscope and other destinations in the region.
The Access Poitiers apartment hotel offers 125 apartments, including 18 for people with reduced mobility. There is a choice of studios for 2 or 4 people and one-bedroom apartments for up to four. All feature contemporary furnishings and are spacious and comfortable. All units have a well equipped kitchen, a bathroom, a living area and a workspace. Among the facilities, we have television, telephone, broadband Internet access and air conditioning. The Aparthotel provides a self-service continental breakfast. The hotel is suitable for business visitors, holiday makers and tourists for a short or long stay. The Access Poitiers has 3* and to really provide you with a relaxing stay, there is an indoor swimming pool and on-site parking.
Fine Sandy Beaches and Rich Architectural Heritage
Poitou Charentes is a region in southwest France. It has fine sandy beaches out on the Atlantic coast of the Charente-Maritime and La Rochelle is famous not only for its Old Town, but also as the site of the famous Fort Boyard. Poitiers is the capital of the Poitou Charente and its past features three of the greatest battles in French history. However, today this modern and dynamic city combines a rich architectural heritage in its historic centre with excellent shopping. Futuroscope, which is just 7 km to the north of Poitiers, opened in 1987. This fantastic theme park, attracting nearly 2 million visitors a year, explores state-of-the-art visual technology in a futuristic architectural environment. There are several notable buildings to visit in the city centre including the church of Notre-Dame-la-Grande, the 12th century great hall in the Palais de Justice and the Cathédrale-St-Pierre. Going out to the west of Poitiers is the classic, sleepy provincial town of Parthenay. Typical of western France, except on Wednesday mornings, when France's second biggest livestock market is held there. Whatever the reason for visiting the Poitou Charentes, the Aparthotel in Poitiers is the perfect place for a short or long-term stay.