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Hotels in Limoges

Are you planning a trip to Limoges? Kyriad 3-star hotels welcome you to discover the city and its region with important natural and historical treasures.

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Limoges welcomes you to the heart of Limousin, a wonderful region that is easy to explore from your Kyriad hotel. Enjoy the comfort of a room outfitted with luxurious bedding and memory foam pillows, whether you’re here on business or with the family. Our properties’ restaurants are happy to welcome you for an all-you-can-eat breakfast buffet, and a delicious dinner menu. They also include conference rooms for business trips and private parking.

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Kyriad hotels in Feytiat allow you to enjoy a quality stay in a hotel with all the comforts you need.

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Our hotels in Limoges

Let yourself go for our Kyriad hotels at Limoges. Right at your arrival, our hoteliers welcome you with nothing but smiles and thoughtfulness. You'll discover the one-of-a-kind comfort of our memory foam pillow. Then, to start the day off right, taste the Kyriad difference, and let yourself fall for the freshness of the Frozen Yogurt for breakfast... Two good reasons for you to come back!

Hotel kyriad limoges centre - gare - atrium

490 m from the city center

Hotel kyriad limoges sud - feytiat

3.3 km from the city center
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A trip to Limoges on a weekend is as rewarding foray into a whole other world. A City of Art and History, it boasts a very rich cultural and architectural heritage. Start your stay at Saint-Martial crypt, the only vestige of Saint-Martial Abbey, once the hub of Latin culture during the Middle Ages. Then, visit one of the last porcelain ovens, for which the city has been famous since the 19th century. The Oven of Casseaux is a designated Historic Monument.
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A gourmet stay in Limoges

Abundant local specialties make up the culinary offerings of Limousin. It's a farmland region where livestock farming is a major industry, especially raising cattle. Some the top culinary delights include millassou, a corn flour pie with vanilla sugar, as well as the "Petits Ventres" which is stomach stuffed with a blend of tripe, served in all of Limoges' gourmet restaurants. Whether on a tour of the world’s best foods or enjoying a romantic weekend, you'll be thrilled with the fine dining options available at the Kyriad restaurant during your stay.
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Unmissable events

A complete tour of Limoges includes participating in one of the many fairs held throughout the year. The most famous is Saint-Loup, which takes place in late May. Other annual festivals worth mentioning are the Francophonies Theatre Festival in Limousin, which takes place in late September-early October, and the Limoges Short Film Festival. Take advantage of your stay to visit Feytiat and book a room in one of our Kyriad hotels in Limousin.

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An unusual fact

A portion of the heritage of Limoges has regretfully disappeared. Some recent constructions have in fact destroyed many archaeological sites that bore witness to the rich past of the city. That means that today, there are very few remains from Gallo-Roman period or the Middle Ages, to the great chagrin of historians, tourists and passionate locals alike. A trip to Limoges brings you to a major milestone on the pilgrimage the Camino de Santiago, the Way of Vézelay. It’s one of the four major routes pilgrims have embarked upon since the 11th century.