Looking for an affordable hotel in Angers? B&B Hotels offers high quality rooms at low prices so that you can have a pleasant stay while keeping to your budget.
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For your stay in Angers, there are two B&B hotels available: B&B Angers 1 Beaucouzé and B&B Angers 2 Université.
The B&B Angers 1 Beaucouzé hotel is perfect for a stay with your whole family. Less than 7 kilometres from the Angers city centre, it’s an ideal jumping-off point for exploring the Lac de Maine amusement park, the Musée du Génie, and the Musée de la Tapisserie Moderne. This affordable hotel in Angers is easy to reach, located just a few minutes away from the SNCF train station and close to the A11 and the N323. For a long stay or simply a quick stop during your travels, you are sure to be satisfied by your stay in this hotel.
The B&B Angers 2 Université hotel is a two-star establishment. Near the A11 and the N323, our affordable hotel in Angers is very easy to get to. Just 10 minutes from the city centre, it is perfectly placed for your discovery of the wonders of Angers, such as theMusée des Beaux-Arts and the Parc Terra Botanica.
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Humans have been present in this area since the Paleolithic Era. In the 5th century B.C., the Andes people settled north of the Loire. Angers was the site of an important oppidum and built its first walls in the 4th century. After being threatened by invasions in the 9th century, Angers experienced significant growth in the Middle Ages. In the 12th century, Henry II Plantaganet reigned over the Angevin Empire , which extended from Scotland down to the Pyrenees: the city was known throughout Europe, and its influence extended into the Renaissance period.
In the 13th century, Angers was placed under supervision after the Angevin Fronde. In the 19th century, new constructions were heavily influenced by Haussmann. Today, Angers is home to cutting-edge technology and major players in the plant sector: notably, the CNRS and the INRA have research laboratories here.
The Loire Valley, a UNESCO-listed world heritage site, offers many beautiful places to walk. You can also take advantage of your stay by walking along the Ile Saint-Aubin, which offers a mix of nature and tourist attractions. Treat yourself to a breath of fresh air in the Parc des Ardoisières, the Jardin des Plantes or the recreational area of Lac de Main. Angers has a wide range of options for a pleasant walk.
One of the most impressive monuments is the 13th century Château d’Angers, which is home to many tapestries—including the Apocalypse Tapestry, one of the largest medieval tapestries to still exist today. Other must-sees include the 14th-century Maison d'Adam, a precious example of medieval architecture, the Cathédrale Saint-Maurice, the Tour Saint-Aubin and the ruins of the Abbey of Toussaint.
In January, cinema lovers won’t want to miss the Festival Premiers Plans. In April, Africa is in the spotlight with the Cinémas d'Afrique festival. In July and August, the city streets echo with the musical strains of Tempo Rives and its convivial concerts. From June 21 to September 21, Iles Urbaines offers a path focussed on modern art, that wends its way through the city. In November and December, during the Soleils d'Hiver, there are illuminations, a Christmas market and many other activities.
To enjoy these events or simply discover the city, book a hotel room in Angers.