Campanile Carcassonne
Rue Camille Flammarion, 11000, France
Number of rooms
81
Nearest airport(s)
Carcassonne, France (CCF) Toulouse, France (TLS)

Affordable and stylishly modern, this hotel sits a short drive from the town’s heart and provides a perfect escape from busy tourist streets. Embrace the bright contemporary style of these air-conditioned rooms, each featuring modern conveniences and polished wooden floors. Take time to relax over a light snack amid the intimate and plush Le Cafe, and enjoy the views of the fortified town from the outdoor terrace and restaurant, which offers buffet breakfast, lunch and dinner, as well as an la carte menu.

Why we recommend the Campanile Carcassonne

  • Modern and affordable hotel in quiet location
  • Short drive from the city centre
  • Contemporary rooms with air-conditioning
  • Terrace with views over Carcassonne
  • Casual-chic cafe and restaurant 

Attractions near the Campanile Carcassonne

Walk the city walls

Carcassonne is an ancient medieval fortress town perched upon a hill with views of the surrounding patchwork of vineyards. The city’s maze of shaded narrow streets is surrounded by a high double wall, which is open for visitors to walk along. The inner wall dates back to Roman times, while the outer wall was built during the 13th Century.

Walk along the walls, where medieval knights once patrolled the city, and imagine the views they had from this lofty point. The walls enclose the central castle known as Chateau Comtal, which dates back to the 12th Century, along with the city’s 31 towers, an ancient amphitheatre and the St Nazaire Basilica.

Experience fine French wine tasting

Carcassonne is ideally located between two of the Languedoc’s best wine regions. The Minervois and the Corbieres are known in France as the ‘wild south’, thanks to their natural and unpretentious approach to wine making.

A tasting tour to either of these regions educates you on a wide variety of France’s best wines. St Chinian, Faugeres and Corbieres produce fruity reds, while Muscats come from Frontignan and Minervois. The wine makers are known for experimenting with flavours and combinations to rival France’s traditional winemaking regions of Bordeaux, Burgundy and Champagne.

Facilities - General

Wheel chair access in hotel 

Facilities - Room

Internet (wireless)Room service

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