Featured hotels in Pas-de-Calais

  • £50

    Average price per night

    Best Western le Sémaphore, Rang-du-Fliers
    9.1 Superb 349 reviews
    Description Set in Rang-du-Fliers, Best Western le Sémaphore offers free WiFi. The property has a shared lounge, as well as a bar. The property provides a 24-hour front desk.
    Review

    "Another awesome new hotel, brilliant staff very friendly, spacious room, everything was spot on"

    Glen. New Zealand
  • £93

    Average price per night

    Le Dome, Arras

    Le Dome

    Arras

    9.2 Superb 258 reviews
    Description Situated 900 metres from The Wellington Quarry, Memorial of the Battle of Arras in Arras, Le Dome features free WiFi throughout the property. Private parking is available on site.
    Review

    "Very nice new hotel between the train station and the two main squares of Arras, walking distance to both. Ideal location, the private parking is very useful."

    Giorgio. France
  • £112

    Average price per night

    Hotel Le Clos De La Prairie, Gouy-Saint-André
    9.5 Exceptional 146 reviews
    Description Set in a 19th-century farmhouse surrounded by 12 hectares of green fields, Le Clos provides air-conditioned accommodation with panoramic views of the countryside.
    Review

    "Everything was just perfect. Pretty and stylish room in a quaint converted farm with stunning setting."

    Flybynight. France
  • £56

    Average price per night

    Hypnos Hotel, Hesdin
    9.0 Superb 209 reviews
    Description Hypnos Hotel is located in the heart of Hesdin, in the Pas-de-Calais region of northern France. It offers en suite accommodation with a garden and free WiFi.
    Review

    "The friendly welcome and help with our motorbikes. The staff cared about our wellbeing."

    Gregory. United Kingdom
  • £80

    Average price per night

    Ferme Des Chartroux, Maresville
    9.1 Superb 156 reviews
    Description The Ferme Des Chartroux is located in the Pas-de-Calais countryside in the village of Maresville. It offers guest rooms with a TV and views of the surrounding farmland.
    Review

    "Beautifully situated and only a few klm from main road so very convenient. Easy to find and staff booked a restaurant in attin which was great."

    Glynis. United Kingdom
  • £102

    Average price per night

    Chateau De Montreuil, Montreuil-sur-Mer

    Chateau De Montreuil

    Montreuil-sur-Mer

    9.1 Superb 172 reviews
    Description Set 18 kilometres from the Opal Coast, this 4-star country house is located in the small country town of Montreuil-Sur-Mer, opposite the ramparts and the roman citadel.
    Review

    "We loved the room, the food and the whole experience. We will return. This was our wedding anniversary and felt very special"

    Janette. United Kingdom
  • £76

    Average price per night

    La Maison Rouge Qualys Hotel, Noeux-les-Mines
    9.1 Superb 505 reviews
    Description La Maison Rouge is located in Nœux-les-Mines, a 10-minute drive from Louvre-Lens Museum and Béthune and a 20-minute drive from Arras. It has a restaurant and offers free Wi-Fi.
    Review

    "The location was perfect for our purpose of business trip. We stayed unfortunately very short time at this beautiful place. Hope to have the chance to come back and also have dinner at the hotel restaurant..."

    OFER CARMELI. Israel
  • £160

    Average price per night

    La Grenouillère, Montreuil-sur-Mer

    La Grenouillère

    Montreuil-sur-Mer

    9.2 Superb 101 reviews
    Description La Grenouilère is located in the Pas-de-Calais village of Madelaine-sous-Montreuil. It has an innovative gourmet restaurant and modern styled guest rooms with free Wi-Fi internet.
    Review

    "Fantastic food and environment. Excellent service"

    Mike. United Kingdom
  • £180

    Average price per night

    Hotel Atlantic, Wimereux
    9.0 Superb 466 reviews
    Description The Hotel Atlantic is situated in front of the sea in Wimereux, a charming seaside town on the Opal Coast between Boulogne and Calais. Guests have free access to the sauna.
    Review

    "Restaurant excellent and very reasonable."

    Denise. United Kingdom
  • £71

    Average price per night

    Hôtel Des Argousiers, Ambleteuse
    9.1 Superb 514 reviews
    Description The hotel features contemporary and nature-friendly design and offers cosy accommodation in quiet surroundings only a kilometre away from Ambleteuse’s beach.
    Review

    "Comfy room. Good breakfast. Not busy as out of season. Easy walk into the village only a few restaurants open. But easy to drive to Boulougne or other nearby towns with lots of other restaurants & bars."

    Peter - Cambridge. United Arab Emirates

Pas-de-Calais highlights

Côte d'Opale Coastal Path
With towering cliffs and stunning beaches, the dramatic coastline from Calais to Boulogne dazzles. On a sunny day, the cliffs of Cap Gris-Nez offer views of England.
Le Touquet Beach
Beachgoers can enjoy sand yachting, hire a beach tent or just soak up the sun at this stunning, sandy 12 kilometres.
Be charmed by Saint-Omer
The charming town of Saint-Omer brims with architectural gems, including the beautiful Notre-Dame Cathedral and the ruins of Saint-Bertin's Abbey.
Architectural marvels in Arras
The capital of Pas-de-Calais is home to a plethora of architectural gems, including the UNESCO-listed Vauban Citadel and the Town Hall’s belfry.
The Remembrance Trails
The Canadian National Vimy Memorial and La Coupole are just a few of the historic memorial sites located along the Remembrance Trails of the two World Wars.
Audomarois Marshes
A network of intricate canals, marshland market gardens, and a wide array of flora and fauna: this UNESCO biosphere reserve is a must-see.
International Centre for Lace and Fashion
Visitors can retrace the history of Calais lace and couture by touring this five-storey museum situated in a 19th-century former lace factory.
Horse riding on the beach
Trot alongside the lapping waves of the sandy Berck-sur-mer and Wimereux beaches on horseback.
UNESCO-listed Belfries of Flanders
Historic Flandres boasts 23 UNESCO-listed belfries. All built between the 11th and 17th centuries, these beautiful towers depict various styles of architecture, from Roman to Baroque.
Sampling seafood in Boulogne-sur-Mer
Home to the nation’s largest fishing port, this delightful cobblestoned town is the perfect place to sample fresh mussels, crabs and lobsters.