Learn more about our affordable hotels in Toulon and take a trip to the shores of the Mediterranean. Located between the sea and the mountains, Toulon is a city where life is good, so much so that it is often considered the premiere city in the western part of the Côte d’Azur. Come and visit this dynamic city and stay in one of our two hotels in Toulon.
The bay leading to the sea, whose waves roll off into the distance, is an irresistible invitation to get away from it all. The Provence-Alpes-Côte d’Azur region is waiting for you! Book your accommodations in Toulon with B&B Hotels and get ready to cast off...
Looking for a hotel in Toulon with free WiFi? Near the port, the La Seyne train station and Six-Fours-les-Plages, the B&B Hotel La Seyne-sur-Mer has everything and more. If you need to be near the city centre, the SNCF train station and the beaches, book a room at our hotel in Ollioules.
On a vacation to enjoy the south of France? Our B&B Hotel Toulon La Seyne sur Mer is perfectly located, between Six-Fours-les-Plages (7 minutes away) and Toulon! The Toulon harbour is only 10 minutes from our hotel, perfect for a stroll alongside the sailboats. Less than 4 km from the La Seyne-sur-Mer SNCF train station, this affordable hotel in Toulon is near the A50 motorway. With a two-star rating, it has everything you need: an extra-large shower, high-quality bedding, free and unlimited internet, a flat screen TV, air conditioning… All accounted for!
Looking for a comfortable and affordable hotel in Provence Alpes-Côte d’Azur? The B&B Hotel Toulon Ollioules was designed for you. Rated two stars, this hotel offers air-conditioned rooms that come with free, unlimited Wi-Fi and high-quality linens. Near the Toulon city centre and several beaches, this affordable hotel is also conveniently near the Toulon TGV train station!
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Poised between mountain and sea, Toulon nevertheless has its sights firmly set on the water. It has been a port of call across the ages: for the Greek ships of antiquity, for countless merchant ships, for the fleet of Louis XIV after Vauban gifted the city with its imposing fortifications. The harbour has been visited convicts, explorers, and war. The Second World War took a heavy toll on Toulon. The port had to be rebuilt. It plays host today to aircraft carriers, helicopter carriers and nuclear attack submarines, making the city the principal base of the French Navy.
Upper or lower town, the choice is yours! The former, in the Haussmann style, houses the Opera House, built in 1862 and Charles Garnier’s inspiration for the one in Paris. The latter, more lively and popular, seems to be frozen in the medieval era. The Quai de Cronstadt and the harbour are not to be missed. On foot, you can stroll along Toulon’s commercial port, admiring the sailboats and other docked vessels. It is also possible to visit the bay and the military board aboard a catamaran or boat: the sights are sure to delight young and old alike.
Classified as “20th century heritage sites,” the buildings of the Port-Marchand quarter, among them the Caisse d’Epargne savings bank in Place de la Liberté, deserve a detour of their own, before a well-deserved rest in the bed we have prepared for you.
When visiting Toulon for a family weekend or on a business trip, learn the history of the landing in Provence at the memorial dedicated to its memory, dedicated in 1964 by General de Gaulle himself. Don’t miss the Marine Museum either and imagine taking a plunge while viewing the Bathyscaphe FNRS-3. Finally, when walking the streets of Toulon, admire the Notre-Dame-de-la-Seds Cathedral with its Gothic and Romanesque architecture, dating back to the 11th century.
There’s no lack of goings-on at the harbour, so your visit to Toulon will almost certainly coincide with one of them! From the Festival of Shells to the Fantaisies Toulonnaises music hall festival in March, by way of the International Maritime Film, Exploration and Environment Festival in October, you’ll have no time to be bored! With Jazz in Toulon in July and the Var Book Festival in September also on the agenda, there’s something for everyone all year round!
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