The boats of Marseilles, the bells of the Notre Dame Cathedral, the burgundies of Bordeaux: for the traveler in France, the sensory delights are unending.
Stretching from the cool waters of the English Channel to the limestone cliffs of the Mediterranean coast, France offers tremendous regional variety. With a France hotel as a base for exploration, stroll along the Boulevard Saint-Michel in Paris, pausing just long enough to choose an artisan pastry at a charming patisserie. Or rent a bicycle in Provence and tour the rolling hills, breathing in the aroma of flowering lavender.
Hotels in France are familiar with travelers seeking the pleasure of French cuisine. One might start with a crepe, which originated in Brittany but is now a ubiquitous option. Finding a creperie will be easier than deciding on sweet or savory. Whether trying a baguette with cheese or indulging in a fine dining experience, fresh and simple are hallmarks of French food. Naturally, wine is a part of the food experience, and if you’re in a celebratory mood, head to the Champagne region for the eponymous sparkling wine.
These iconic experiences help make France a perennial top tourism destination, with a variety of accommodation across France to welcome visitors.