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Hotels in France

At holiday destinations in France you will find the different hotel categories equipped as you would usually expect.

French hotels are generally not expensive compared with other countries, except for those located in city centers, at popular tourist destinations along the coast or in the French Alps. In high season prices are a lot higher and hotels are often fully booked at the more sought after locations. It is advisable to book in advance if you want to go these places. In the shoulder seasons and off season, prices are a lot lower and availability much better, so if you can avoid high season in July and August, you may get a better deal.

In France there is an official hotel rating. The hotels are classified in 6 categories. They are: Without any stars, 1, 2, 3, 4 and 4L (Luxus) stars. All hotels must advertise their prices (inclusive of VAT) outside the hotel as well as in each room. The rooms usually come with double beds, you may also find rooms with two single beds.

There are many hotel chains in France, often very inexpensive and with a simple standard concept. Many of these hotels you will find in cities along the French motorways.
If you get into the countryside you will find many small family run hotels. In most cases, when you book a room, you will also have to dine in the restaurant that forms part of the hotel. France is known for its cuisine and at these small hotels you often find very good examples of the excellent French cooking.
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