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Stay at Hotel du Manoir

Welcome to the heart of Tours

In a grand 19th century townhouse, typical of Tours, the Hotel du Manoir has 20 cosy rooms, each uniquely decorated. Close to the hustle and bustle of Old Tours yet in a calm setting, our hotel provides a spot of peace in the city centre.

For a romantic weekend, a spot of tourism or a business trip, our privileged location and our warm spaces provide calm and comfort. A stone’s throw from the central train station, the Vinci Conference Centre and all the must-see sites, our hotel is the ideal place to discover Tours and its two millennia of history. 

Facilities and services

2-star hotel - Tours

  • Reception open until 10 pm
  • Breakfast : buffet €9.50 or continental 5€
  • Multilingual staff
  • Booking of external services
  • Luggage storage
  • Elevator
  • Internet corner
  • Safe at reception
  • Family rooms
  • Free cot
  • Free Wi-Fi
  • Pets allowed (additional fee €8)
  • Private on-site car park (on reservation and at an additional fee €7)

In the heart of Tours

Relaxation and discovery

Breakfast in the vaulted hall

Each morning, we invite you to enjoy our breakfast buffet in our stone vaulted hall, with a wide range of sweet and savoury products, including regional and organic products. Try pastries, a range of freshly-baked bread, crumble, cereal, yoghurt, fruit salad, fresh fruit, ham, cheese, bacon, eggs, fruit juice and hot drinks. From 7 am to 10 am on weekdays, and from 8 am to 10.30 am on weekends.

Visit Tours and the Loire Valley

From our hotel, located in the city centre, you’ll be able to reach some of Tours’ top attractions. See the Musée des Beaux-Arts (Fine Arts Museum) in the former Archbishop’s Palace; walk down Rue Colbert, the city’s main street in Medieval times with its 15th and 16th century houses; experience Old Tours and the fantastic Place Plumereau, or the hustle and bustle of Rue des Halles; or take a walk along the banks of the majestic Loire. Our hotel is also the perfect starting point for visiting the castles of the Loire Valley.