Best hotels and hostels in Tours

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    Hôtel Ronsard

    A favourite of musicians performing at the nearby Grand Théâtre, this quiet, 20-room hotel, built in 1920, offers easy comfort and good value. Staircases are lined with colourful photographs of theatre and opera performances, while the sleek rooms are decorated in muted tones of grey, brown and cream. No lift.

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    Hôtel l’Adresse

    Looking for Parisian stylishness in provincial Tours? L'Adresse is the address! On a pedestrianised street in the old quarter, this place has 17 rooms (renovated in 2017) – finished in calm creams, tans and light browns – with designer sinks, sparkling bathrooms, ultra-soundproofed windows and, on the 3rd floor, 17th-century rafters. No lift.

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    Alcôve des Beaux Arts

    A delightful place with charming management, this B&B has four rooms, all of them spacious, bright and spotless; the colour scheme is tasteful and subdued. Excellent value in a great location. No lift.

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    Hôtel Oceania L’Univers Tours

    Everyone from Ernest Hemingway to Winston Churchill to Thomas Edison has bunked at L'Univers since it opened in 1846. Check out the lobby's balcony frescos before heading up to the 91 tasteful rooms, renovated in 2017. Amenities include pool, spa, hammam and fitness centre. Discounts available by phone and on the website.

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    Hôtel Val de Loire

    Bright-red banisters, friendly staff and upbeat rooms welcome you to this very central hotel. The 14 well-kept rooms, four with (non-working) marble fireplaces and one with direct garden access, blend antique furnishings, modern touches and large windows. Rooms on the 3rd floor have AC. No lift.

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    Hôtel Mondial

    In a great location near the old town, this hotel has 21 classic, modern rooms – six with balconies – decorated in brown, red and in some cases grey; most were redone in 2017 and 2018. Reception is on the 2nd floor; no lift.

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    Hôtel Colbert

    In a great location near sights and restaurants, this family-run hotel offers a welcoming haven. The 15 rooms are spacious, smart and cheery, with high ceilings, desks, and bathrooms tiled in black, grey and cream. No lift.