Are you looking for an affordable hotel in Dreux? B&B HOTELS offers you its rooms for a pleasant stay! Whether you’re visiting Dreux for pleasure or passing through on a business trip, you’ll want to unwind in a comfortable room that is both modern and affordable.
B&B HOTELS offers a wide range of rooms to meet the varying needs of all our guests. We have rooms that accommodate 2 people, for couples or solo travelers, as well as 4-person rooms for families or groups of friends visiting Dreux together.
Sleeping in our B&B HOTELS in Dreux Centre and Dreux Nord means enjoying, among other things, a personalized welcome during reception desk hours, a free and private parking space and a WiFi connection that is free and unlimited. All our affordable rooms are equipped with a flat screen television providing access to a wide selection of channels and, of course, a high-quality mattress to guarantee you a good night’s sleep. All the right conditions are in place in our establishments to make you feel at home.
In addition to all of the facilities mentioned above, and since we are committed to offering you a service that meets your needs, our soundproofing system in the rooms guarantees you a calm and peaceful night. The private bathroom has a toilet, sink, and shower: We have everything you need for an enjoyable stay in Dreux. In the morning, you can enjoy a hearty breakfast to start your day off on the right foot: a sweet and savoury breakfast buffet with all your favourite brands awaits you.
Are you looking for a hotel that can accommodate cats and dogs? That is what our B&B HOTELS in Dreux are all about! For only a few extra euros, you can travel with your pet and feel right at home.
Our B&B HOTELS Dreux Centre establishment is close to Dreux train station, which is only a 10-minute walk away, as is the Dreux Exhibition Center where numerous trade fairs and exhibitions are held throughout the year.
Opt for a cultural option by visiting the Dreux Museum of Art and History. This former chapel now houses great works by painters such as Claude Monet and Maurice de Vlaminck. Part of the museum focuses mainly on the more personal adventures of the city of Dreux through archaeological collections and valuable material goods.
Join your comfort double room or your family room at the B&B HOTELS Dreux Nord, located south of the Circuits de l'Ouest Parisien. Motor sports lovers will be delighted to get behind the wheel of a racing car or a motorcycle to fill up on thrills.
Make your reservation now for the hotel of your choice at the best rates on our website. We look forward to welcoming you for your stay!
The geographical location of the town of Dreux makes it a destination of choice. At the crossroads of cities such as Rouen, Chartres, or Paris, located at approximately equal distance, you will be able to move easily by car as well as by public transport. Cross the district of Versailles via the N line of the Transilien to reach the capital in a little more than an hour.
Take the opportunity to stop off in the Yvelines to visit the famous Palace of Versailles and its famous garden. A short detour through the Bois d'Arcy forest will allow you to enjoy a quiet stroll in this 450-hectare green space.
A little less renowned than that of Versailles, the Château d'Anet does not have to be ashamed of the comparison, as the latter wonderfully represents the Renaissance style specific to this period of French history. The Château d'Anet, built in the middle of the 16th century by King Henry II, fascinates both with its architectural details and the many stories that its walls contain.
An even older building, listed as a historical monument in 1840, awaits you about twenty minutes' drive from Dreux. The Houdan keep was erected in the 12th century to deter potential intruders from attacking the territory. This 25 meter high tower will allow you to enjoy a unique panorama of the surrounding countryside. You can also get there from Dreux via bus line N which makes the trip several times a day.
Your visit to Dreux will be an opportunity to discover this region of France that is the Centre-Val de Loire, between Normandy and Ile-de-France. A large number of activities are available to you during your visit to Dreux. In particular, you will be able to discover splendid historical monuments such as the Hôtel-Dieu, the Belfry, the Romanesque house, or the Saint-Pierre church. Its most visited monument is the Saint-Louis Royal Chapel, dating back to the 19th century. Located in the heart of the city and near the B&B HOTELS Dreux Centre, it notably houses the tomb of King Louis-Philippe. It’s only an 8-minute walk to get from your hotel room to the Royal Chapel.
The city center of Dreux offers a wide range of culinary choices, so you can sit down on the terrace of a bar or restaurant to enjoy one of the dishes on the menu in between your visits.
The Parc des Bates, with its unspoiled slice of nature, is the perfect place for a nice stroll. After a nice stroll, you’ll be glad you can return to your comfortable hotel room to unwind.
Book a room in Dreux and take part in the various events organized in the city. The l’Eté sous les Charmes Festival takes place every year, offering the chance to discover new music and, for the kids, to attend a few performances.
The Theatre of Dreux, with its 437 seats, offers many shows, musical events or concerts throughout the year, such as the Foire Expo de Dreux.
Looking for a sporting activity near your hotel room? Hiking enthusiasts will not be left out since this region of France lends itself perfectly to discovering its charms through routes designed for walkers. Follow for example the Blaise valley and its beautiful river taking its source in Senonches, a few kilometers from Dreux. Although the Eure is surrounded by hilly landscapes, your walks in the region will be at a reasonable maximum altitude.
Don't have a hike planned? Why not take the opportunity to do part of the GR1, consisting of a large loop around Paris? The latter starts from the west of the capital and follows a very precise path for just over 500 kilometers. It first crosses the Bois de Boulogne and then runs along the ParisLongchamp golf courses near Passerelle d'Avre. At the end of the latter is the Aqueduct of the Avre, a structure, among others, that supplies the capital with drinking water.