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  • Rouen Hotel B&B
  • 17/01/202218/01/2022
  • 1 room, 1 adult
  • 1 room, 1 guest

B&B Hotels in Rouen, 3 hotels

Located in the heart of the department of Seine-Maritime (76) between Paris and Le Havre, the city of Rouen is known as “the city of a thousand bell towers”.

Explore Rouen

There are many gems to be found in the region, and Rouen is certainly one of the easiest to get to! Very close to Paris and easy to get to by train, this large Normandy city is certainly charming.

Where to book a hotel room in Rouen

Welcome to our top hotels in Rouen!

To meet your needs for different kinds of stay, we are ready to welcome you in our three hotels across the Rouen Normandie urban area.

Those wishing to go to the centre of Rouen on business or for leisure stays and sightseeing weekends in Rouen can head to our B&B Hotel in Rouen Centre.

Are you attending a trade fair in Rouen?? Go ahead and book your stay at our B&B Hotel near the Parc Expo in Rouen now. You will enjoy a comfortable room in a two-star hotel in Le Grand-Quevilly near the Zénith venue.

Are you looking for a hotel close to Rouen airport? Check out our B&B Hotel in Saint-Etienne-du-Rouvray. It’s the perfect accommodation option for exploring the area around Rouen or for those wanting a hotel near the A13 motorway.

Don’t delay - book your affordable hotel in Rouen today!

Explore the city of Rouen

Founded in the 1st century, under Augustus, Rouen became the capital of the Duchy of Normandy in 841 during the Viking era. The city was to take advantage of its access to the sea to start up trading activity, and did so successfully. During the Renaissance a boom in construction activity swept the city. During this time the grandest buildings such as the Hôtel de Bourgtheroulde and Le Gros Horloge were built. The industrial revolution led to the development of working class neighbourhoods. By the time the city was liberated in 1944, it laid in ruins. The decision was taken to rebuild the city to the original plans.

You won’t be able to tour the city of a thousand bell towers all in one go, but you can try to get a glimpse… L’abbatiale Saint-Ouen gives you a peek into the monks’ dormitory. In rue Beauvoisine mansions and manor houses form an orderly queue. At the Aître Saint-Maclou, you can find out about the plague outbreaks that hit Rouen.

If you are in Rouen for a family weekend away or on business, there are a few attractions that you simply must visit. Hôtel de Bourgtheroulde, la cathédrale Notre-Dame, le Gros-Horloge, la place du Vieux Marché, l’abbatiale Saint-Ouen and l’église Saint-Maclou can leave you speechless. Good to know: during le Printemps de Rouen, museum admission is free.

From la Fête du Ventre à l’Armada, which brings together the world’s largest yachts, to Rouen sur Mer in summer, where the beach takes over the city’s riverbanks, and les concerts des Terrasses on Thursdays throughout July, there’s always something going on. That will bring a party feel to your stay in Rouen!

Are you looking for an affordable hotel in Rouen? Check out B&B hotels and book your hotel room online!