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Looking to discover the historic riches of the Southwest? With a stay at the 3-star Kyriad hotel in Carcassonne, visit the most beautiful medieval city of France in the Aude department.

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Book a comfortable room at the Kyriad hotel in Carcassonne. Our hotel has a terrace restaurant and easy access from the motorway, airport and train station and parking is available. The renowned medieval architectural complex, its mild climate, surrounding countryside and proximity to the Pyrenees make Carcassonne the most popular destination in Occitanie.

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Let yourself go for our Kyriad hotels at Carcassonne. 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!


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What to do in Carcassonne

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During a weekend in Aude at the hotel Kyriad Carcassonne, marvel at its fortified medieval city. At its heart, stands the Basilica of Saint-Nazaire Romanesque and Gothic and Castle Comtal, home of the Viscounts of Carcassonne. The rest of this visit continues on the Pont-Vieux which spans the Aude and leads you to the bastide Saint-Louis. End your day with tasting local products, before returning to your room to rest. The next day, embark on an idyllic cruise on the Canal du Midi.
A week-long stay or one-week business trip to Carcassonne give you a great chance to explore the city’s riches. After choosing a hotel room at the Kyriad, visit the Fine Arts Museum, which features a rich collection of European paintings and ceramics at the Saint-Louis Bastide. Carcassonne is an ideal starting point to see Aude’s castles and vineyards. It’s also easy to visit Toulouse, Narbonne or even head to Spain.
Staying in Carcassonne with your family? Discover a very interesting place with your children: the Musée de l’École. Installed in the medieval city, it will transport young and old to the time of the communes under the Third and Fourth Republics. The family will be able to admire kangaroos and emus in the Australian Park, and have fun at Parc Aquaviva, which offers water attractions on Lake Cavayère. Back at the hotel, sit down and enjoy the culinary specialties of the region on the terrace of the restaurant.
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A gourmet stay in Carcassonne

With family or friends in the Aude, taste the gastronomy of Carcassonne. Like all the cities in south-western France, it is full of tantalizing culinary specialties such as poultry gizzards, goose or duck confit and cassoulet. In the restaurants, discover local curiosities such as Languedoc-style snails or even treats (small carcassonnais, chocolates of the city, cobblestones of the city, sandstone of the city, bricks of the city). During your stay at the hotel Kyriad Carcassonne, gourmet food will feature heavily in your holidays or business trip.
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Not to be missed events in Carcassonne

Every summer, Carcassonne moves to the rhythm of festivals and festivities, which you can indulge in if you stay at the Kyriad hotel. The Carcassonne festival offers over a hundred musical, dance, circus and theater performances from June to August. The highlight of the festivities is the burning of the city on the evening of July 14, which commemorates the arrival of the "Cadets of Gascony" in the city in the nineteenth century. In August, the Feria de Carcassonne gives pride of place to bullfighting and dancing.
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Interesting facts about Carcassonne

At one time, Canal du Midi, which connects the Garonne to the Mediterranean, did not pass through Carcassonne due to technical constraints. Important work was needed to divert the course of the canal and the city’s politicians did not pay attention to this in the 17th century. Finally, Carcassonne was connected to the Canal du Midi, which greatly contributed to its development. Today, it is still navigable for trade, tourism and yachting. To enjoy a cruise on the canal, book your room at one of our Kyriad hotels in Carcassonne.