Book a room in our affordable hotel in Lens and explore this growing town. Known most recently for the Louvres-Lens museum, this town holds lots of surprises. From land and sea, its gastronomy, mixed with Picardy and Norman influences, gives pride of place to dishes simmered in beer. Come and visit the town and stay in our hotel in Lens. Pay a visit to the university and see the old Nord-Pas de Calais Mining Basin.
Located in Nord-Pas-de-Calais, just a few kilometres from Hénin-Beaumont, Lens is a dynamic university town with a rich heritage, thanks to its industrial past. With strong and long-lasting traditions, you’ll discover the authenticity of the region during your walks. Our hotels in Noyelles, Godault and Liévin are ideally located to allow you to travel around the region.
B&B Hotel Lens Noyelles Godaultis easily accessible and offers high-quality, well-equipped rooms, for a stay that’s 100% relaxation in Nord-Pas-de-Calais. There isfree, unlimited Wi-Fi, air conditioning and even a flat screen TV in every room. The hotel also offers a delicious self-service sweet and savoury buffet breakfast.
Looking for a comfortable hotel in a great location? Right next to the A1 motorway, our B&B hotel Lens Noyelles Godaultis ideal for a one night stay. The hotel is only 3.5 km from Hénin-Beaumont train station and has a two-star rating. Do you want to visit the town and get a bit of exercise? The Pommier outdoor activity centre is just 10 metres from the hotel; it couldn’t get much better! Your stay at this affordable hotel is a great opportunity to head for a walk around Lens town centre.
The B&B Hotel Lens Musée du Louvre is ideally located to visit Lens and take in some culture; it’s just a stone’s throw away from the new Musée du Louvre.
Easy to access via the A211 and the D58, the hotel opened in October 2015 and has everything you need for a happy and comfortable stay: Free high speed Wi-Fi, Bultex mattresses, soft duvets, private bathrooms and more.
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The origins of the cite go back to the Merovingian era. In the Middle Ages, Lens was linked to the county of Artois. It became part of the French Crown in 1180. The town’s location on a trade route saw it prosper. After falling under the possession of the Spanish Crown between 1526 and 1659, it experienced a real boom in 1841 with the discovery of coal. It was almost destroyed in World War 1, but was rebuilt in between the two wars.
There are lots of green spaces in the town. You can take a walk during your stay in the 60 hectare grounds of Parc de la Glissoire, where you’ll find more than 10 kilometers of paths and over 8000 trees and bushes. You can also do lots of different water sports there, and even go quad biking. If you’re with the kids, make the most of the 30 hectare outdoor activity centre, Les Faitelles, as well as mini-golf, a football pitch, an area to play pétanque, ping-pong tables and a fishing lake. The Parc des Cytises or the Félix Bollaert stadium are also great options for a relaxing family day out.
The town’s heritage is shaped by mining history. You can also visit the mining pits numbered 11-19 in Lens, which have UNESCO World Heritage Site status, as well as the Lewarde Mining History Centre which is the biggest mining museum in France. Come and see the magnificent windows of the Millennium Polish Catholic Church or travel back in time at the l'Ecomusée de Noyelle. Art lovers should make sure to visit the Louvre-Lens museum.
The Lens calendar is filled with lots of highlights. The Festival de la Marionnette puppet festival at the beginning of the year; the Lens Festival of Police Novels, PolarLens, in March. The town also takes part in the Festival Les Enchanteurs, which takes place in 25 towns in the department in March and April.
Travelling for business, a family holiday, or just a well-deserved break? Whatever the reason for you trip to Lens, your comfort will be taken care of with a stay at our affordable hotel in Lens.