Explore our 9 most stunning locations across France and get ready for a perfect #BluWeekend! Follow some of our guests and see why is France considered one of the best holiday destinations.
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Also called as ‘La Ville Rose’ (the pink city) due to its ochre rooftops and brick churches, Toulouse is a must-see when you are visiting France. Make the most out of your trip and stay at Radisson Blu Toulouse Airport, which is located only 15 minutes away from the city center.
2. Champs-Elysees, Paris
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Make Radisson Blu Hotel, Champs Elysées Paris your home and be right in the heart of the city! This is an ideal base to explore the most famous attractions, such as the Louvre Museum, Notre Dame and the Eiffel Tower are all in easy reach.
3. Boulogne, Paris
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Another prime location in Paris, is the western business district where visitors can explore the Arc des Princes stadium and the Eiffel Tower. Both are just minutes away from the Radisson Blu Hotel, Paris Boulogne.
4. Disneyland Paris
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Disneyland is the largest theme park in Europe, and from the classic attractions to all-new favorites, there’s a wide variety of things to do and see for all ages. After a day with full of adventure and fun, relax at the Radisson Blu Hotel Disneyland® Paris, which is conveniently located only 7 minutes from the entrance of Disneyland.
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Visiting Cannes can be a truly unique experience. The city boasts numerous stunning beaches, stylish boulevards and remarkable restaurants. Enjoy the Mediterranean climate from Radisson Blu 1835 Hotel & Thalasso Cannes, and be amazed by the award wining rooftop view which has panoramic scenes of the turquoise water.
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Nice is not only famous of its beautiful beaches, but also its cozy historic old town. Make your trip unforgettable and spend your days eithe exploring the city center or relaxing on the private beach of the newly renovated Radisson Blu Hotel, Nice.
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Marseille is an old city, with plenty of things to do that will keep travelers entertained for days. Don’t miss the chance to visit Marseille’s most famous landmarks and spots including the Notre Dame de la Garde, Old Port and the old town. Stay at Radisson Blu Hotel Marseille Vieux Port hotel, and enjoy the outstanding view of the panoramic pool terrace overlooking Marseille’s Old Ports.
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France’s third largest city – and gastronomic capital – is known for its historical and architectural landmarks. Stay stylish at one of the most iconic hotels located in the top of the Part-Dieu Tower, Radisson Blu Hotel Lyon.
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Nantes provides a unique experience for its visitors as the city boasts attractions that cannot be found anywhere else. Guests can enjoy a different perspective of the city while riding a large mechanical elephant created by the artistic project the Machines of the Isle or discover the remarkable Castle of the Dukes of Brittany. Enjoy all the cultural activities while staying right in the heart of the city at Radisson Blu Hotel Nantes.