Discover our affordable hotels in Le Mans, the biggest city in the Sarthe department. Although famous for the 24 Hours of Le Mans sports car race which is known worldwide, this city also has lots of cultural activities on offer. Take time out to visit Le Mans and stay at one of our three B&B hotels.
Located in the Pays-de-la-Loire region, the city of Le Mans is in the heart of the Sarthe department. Between its rich historical heritage and the famous 24 hours of Le Mans, it’s impossible to get bored. Don’t delay and bookyour stay in Le Mans!
Are you looking for a central hotel with free Wi-Fi in Le Mans? We have three high-quality hotels for you!
Visit our hotel, located in the heart of the city centre, near to the train station and other public transport options. It’s the perfect accommodation for a short stay. Book a room in our B&B Hotel Le Mans Centre!
The B&B Hotel Le Mans Sud is perfect for fans of the 24 Hours of Le Mans. Less than 10 minutes from the famous track, you’ll be able to see all of the final adjustments and tests before the race starts. By car, the hotel is just 15 minutes from Le Mans train station in the city centre, which is very practical if you’re taking the train. This affordable hotel is ideal if you’re flying, as it’s only five minutes away from the Le Mans-Arange airport. In addition to its great location, close to different transport links, our B&B hotel is high quality and offers unlimited Wi-Fi, among many other amenities.
The B&B Hotel Le Mans Nord (1) is close to the centre of Le Mans, ideal for people who want to visit the city. This B&B hotel is very easy to access: it’s close to the A11, A81 ans A28 motorways, as well as being less than 20 minutes from Le Mans train station. Looking for a family day out? The Zoo de la Flèche is not far away and is fun for all the family. The centre of Le Mans is less than 7km from the hotel and is full of surprises, from cultural visits to a real old charm.
Want to get away for the weekend? Head to our B&B Hotel Le Mans Nord (2)! Near to the A11, A81 and A28 motorways, it’s easily accessible by car and train (just 20 minutes from the station). Feel like visiting the city? Our affordable hotel is near to the centre of Le Mans and its historic district, make sure to pay them a visit. Automobile fans, we are very near to the famous 24 Hours of Le Mansrace track.
In the 16th century, Le Mans was the provincial capital of Maine and Perche. The marriage of the Empress Matilda, daughter of the King of England, and Geoffroy V of Anjou was celebrated in the city. The Empress later gave birth to Henry II in the same city.
An old red city, the unique architecture of Le Mans entices and surprises; some dates as far back as the 11th century. Well preserved in places, it brings together a mix of architectural styles, which range from the Neolithic to the contemporary era.
There are lots of green space in Le Mans, so come and take a walk in one of the quaint gardens and breathe in the fresh air! Between the Parc à Fourrage, the Jardin Des Plantes botanical gardens, the Quinconces des Jacobins park or the l’île aux Planches, you have everything you could want.
The Jardin Des Plantes is the perfect place for plant lovers. These botanical gardens are located close to the city centre and are split into two parts: one part has a rose garden and a bandstand, and the other has paths leading to a to an ornamental pond. There’s also a children’s play area; come and explore as a family.
City folk will love the Parc Banjan, which is right next to Le Mans city centre. The perfect place to take a break or have a picnic in total tranquility. The garden has managed to recreate an amazing Sarthe woodland.
When the weather is nice, be sure to take a walk along the banks of the river Sarthe, around the Jardins de Gourdaine or even the Jardin des Tannerie gardens.
Are you planning a family weekend in Le Mans and looking for things to with the kids? Head to La Flèche where you can visit the zoo, which is home to over 1200 animals and more than 120 species. Surrounded by greenery, it’s one of the five biggest zoos in France.
On the activity programme: sea lion and free-flight bird shows (vultures, falcons, storks and fish eagles), parrot shows and, of course, the chance to see species from five continents. White lions, grey otters, wallabies, llamas, pygmy hippos, turtles, Humboldt penguins, small pandas from China, fennecs, black crested gibbons, giraffes, maned wolves, black panthers, African elephants and more. So much to see! The Zoo de la Flèche also recreates lots of natural habitats; explore the landscapes of the Australian bush and the Argentinian Pampas grasslands.
Don’t delay and book your affordable hotel close to the Zoo de la Flèche today!
If you’re in Le Mans for a family weekend away or a business trip, there are lots of museums and monuments worth visiting. Come and see the Saint-Julien cathedral in the historic district of Le Mans. This monument is one of the largest cathedrals in France and is known for its medieval stained glass windows; a must see! Make sure you visit the Cité Plantagenêt and the roman wall, also in the historical quarter.
Are you drawn in by a bit of old charm? Visit the old Notre-Dame de la Couture abbey or the Saint-Vincent abbey, which both date back to the Age of Enlightenment.
The city’s unmissable event is of course the 24 Hours of Le Mans, which is organised every year by local authorities in Le Mans and the Automobile Club de l’Ouest during the second weekend in June.
It’s a legendary race track. Located in the south of Le Mans, the 24 Hours in Le Mans race track (also known as the Circuit de la Sarthe) hosts the famous 24 Hours in Le Mans race and the Le Mans Classic, a classic car race which happens once every two years. The 13.629 kilometre route is in fact one of the longest tracks in the world.
Throughout the year, tours and driving courses (for the more adventurous) are available on parts of the track. At the wheel of a Ferrari, a Lamborghini or an Aston Martin, you’ll be full of thrills and excitement... but you might struggle to equal the fastest lap record, held by the French driver Loïc Duval in a Peugeot 908 HDI FAP in 2010 (3:19:074, if you’re wondering). Until you can buy the car of your dreams, you can safely park your old Citroën 2CV in the Le Mans Circuit hotel private car park.