Address: 28 rue du grand Faubourg, Chartres, Centre, 28000, France | 3 star hotel
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This 3 star hotel, located on 28 rue du grand Faubourg, Chartres, is near Cathedrale de Chartres, Chateau de Maintenon, and St-Pierre.
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          • Free High-Speed Internet
          • Wheelchair accessibility
          • Pets allowed


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          TripAdvisor Reviews L'Hotel Chartres

          4.00 of 5 stars Excellent

          Travel Blogs from Chartres

          Day 2 - Notre Dame de Chartres Cathedral

          A travel blog entry by hopptwo on Sep 03, 2015

          1 comment, 16 photos

          ... been Knighted twice by the French government. While he is slowing down, only one tour a day vice two, he was incredibly interesting and made the 90 minute tour fly by. Kathy, never really having a great interest in history has been converted!! Seeing places brought to life after only reading about them in text books has given us both a zest for learning. Don't worry, we won't bore you all ...

          Paris au revoir

          A travel blog entry by daleandgwen on Sep 03, 2015

          3 photos

          ... museum..wonderful as usual Building itself fabulous.High Victorian Railway station with fabulous clocks on the edge of the Seine.Paintings etc. great even third time around. Walked across the Louvre forecourt to Metro and had a fine journey back to Ermont on the mew local trains. Josiane did gesiers and salad for dinner(.Duck gizzards) with potatoes cooked in duck fat..delicious but disaster for the arteries.very tasty and delicious.her aunt makes them at her farm in ...

          The Old Man and the Glass

          A travel blog entry by londonpenguin on Sep 22, 2014

          3 comments, 3 photos

          ... lower town by the river Eure. At one time, the river was used for all sorts of awful trades and was generally filled with offal and other nasty stuff. When most of those trades were no longer needed and the river had some time to recover, along came the washerwomen. They worked in little riverside shacks with washboards on pulleys that could be lowered down to the water; the top parts of the shacks had wooden louvered windows and acted as the drying rooms. The river ...

          Isle de Rey, Carnac, Le Poldu, the Centre

          A travel blog entry by pseudonym on Sep 11, 2014

          6 comments, 24 photos

          ... an overnight stop on our way East but we're glad we did not push on because it's another little gem! Wonderfully clean and orderly and apart from 4/5 other vans or caravans, empty. That's what happens towards end of season. Weather is still holding up . . we've had showers on and off most of the day but this afternoon we had a swim and at present (7PM) the sun is still smiling upon us.

          The French regions are confusing! We're not sure which one we're in ...

          Off to visit the cathedral.

          A travel blog entry by gerryanddavid on Oct 28, 2013

          26 photos

          Will be able to bore you with multiple pictures of glass windows tonight.

          Of interest to the anal among you - we had our first problem of reverse polarity yesterday evening. Don't worry,we had a connection to deal with it. Just like the multiple types of connections we have for water pipes - and I tried virtually all of them to get the aquaroll filled.

          Back to today.

          Well, we walked a couple of miles to get to the cathedral of Notre ...