Book a stay at our affordable hotel in Orange and discover a rich agricultural region. Soak in its cultural heritage, the bright sunshine of its summers and its exceptional vineyards. Come visit a dynamic city and stay with us at our hotel in Orange.
Nestled in the heart of Provence, in the lower Rhone valley, the city of Orange combines easy living with a rich heritage. The traces of its Gallo-Roman past make it a popular destination for lovers of cultural tourism. Also drenched in sunlight, the city is perfect for those seeking a wine tourism destination: it is surrounded by renowned vineyards. Don’t hesitate, book your accommodation in Orange today!
Are you looking for a hotel in Orange? Book your stay at our B&B Hotel Orange establishment! Perfectly located, your hotel awaits you right in the vicinity of the city’s must-see sites. A wide range of rooms is on offer, to help you find just what you’re looking for. Coming with all creature comforts, they are equipped with air-conditioning, a flat-screen television and free, unlimited Wi-Fi.
Are you in search of Southern warmth? Let our B&B Orange hotel be your jumping-off point! Very near the Orange city centre, it makes it easy to visit the Roman Theatre or to get to the Saint-Eutrope hill. With the A7 and A9 motorways next to our hotel, as well as the SNCF train station, you can continue your journey without a hassle. Earning a two-star rating, this affordable hotel has been designed with your comfort in mind!
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Founded in 35 BC by veterans of the Roman legion, the city prospered up until the year 412, when it was pillaged by the Visigoths. In 793, legend has it that Guillaume of Orange took the city from the Saracens, before withdrawing to the abbey that would become Saint-Guilhem-le-Désert after his canonisation. Elevated to the status of principality by Emperor Frederick Barbarossa in 1163, Orange suffered a severe blow during the plague epidemics. In 1620, Maurice of Nassau constructed a fortress on the Saint-Eutrope hill. During the Dutch War (1672-1673), the city was besieged. In 1702, Orange becomes one of the possessions of the House of Conti. It is annexed to the Kingdom of France in 1713.
The pervasive beauty of the region is sure to please nature lovers. During your visit you can walk up the Saint-Eutrope hill, which overlooks the city centre and is one of Orange’s highest points, at 105 m. The Gorges de l'Ardèche together form a canyon over 30 km long: certainly not something you see every day! You can also plan a getaway to Mont Ventoux or on the banks of the Rhône... And, of course, you can take a hike in the Regional Nature Parks of Lubéron and Alpilles.
Dubbed the “City of Princes,” Orange harbours an exceptional heritage. The Roman Theatre, a UNESCO World Heritage Site, is remarkably well-preserved. It was from there that Roman culture spread. Beautifully carved, the Arc de Triomphe symbolised, once, the omnipotence of Rome. You can also visit the Art and History Museum during your stay to admire its many Roman artefacts.
Several events are held throughout the year in Orange: in May, the Touratech Travel Event brings together adventure lovers and motorcycle enthusiasts. In the spring, the city is also the scene of the Equestriades, a spectacular events celebrating the virtuosic horse-riders of the Alexis Grüss National Circus. Every summer, the city hosts the Chorégies, one of France’s oldest opera festivals. Jazz lovers need not feel left out, with the Festival de Jazz and the Festival Blues to choose from, at the beginning of the summer. In September, Orange travels back to Roman times with Les Légions Romaines.
Whether on holiday in the Provence-Alpes-Côte d'Azur region, looking to discover a new city or on business, whatever the reason for your visit, your comfort is guaranteed when you stay at our affordable hotel in Orange.