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Lille welcomes you with open arms for an enjoyable stay in the Hauts-de-France region. Book a low-cost room in one of our Première Classe hotels. Breakfast in the form of an all-you-can-eat buffet, parking and Wi-Fi are just some of the services offered by most of our hotels.


Places of interest around Lille

Find the not to be missed sights of Lille

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Euralille - Business District

Euralille, a business and cultural center. From your Première Classe Lille Center hotel, enjoy an afternoon shopping in the Euralille shopping center. Created in the mid-90s and located at the crossroads of three major European cities (Paris, London and Brussels), just a stone's throw from the LGV-Nord station, it is a dynamic crossing point where you will find a host of shops and restaurants such as Calzedonia and Adidas, Starbucks and Burger King. Place Primark, officially opened at the end of 2016, as well as Les Tables d'Euralille, a selection of five thematic restaurants showcasing world cuisine, enhance the offer of this shopping complex and make it a great place to shop. In the heart of the business district, there is also a theater, casino and concert hall. L’Aéronef presents an eclectic program, ranging from Arcadian to Femi Kuti and Les Négresses vertes. After a short shopping spree, you can make a detour through Lille3000 where Le Tripostal, a former mail sorting office, now converted into a cultural venue, offers contemporary art exhibitions, dating back to "Lille 2004, European Capital of Culture".

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Grand'Place de Lille

The Grand'Place de Lille, a charming architectural ensemble. Situated in the heart of the city center, the Grand'Place, also known as Place du Général de Gaulle (Charles de Gaulle was born in Lille in 1890), is a pleasant place to have a coffee. Used as a market in the Middle Ages, it sometimes hosts festive events such as combats between knights. The market is well-known among the people of Lille and is the heart of the Lille street market every year in September. Three important monuments can be found there: in the center, the column of the Goddess commemorates the siege of Lille by the Austrians in 1792. It was created in 1845 by Théophile Bra, to whom we also owe two bas-reliefs on the Arc de Triomphe in Paris. The Vieille Bourse, which is made up of 24 identical houses around an arcaded courtyard, is an architectural masterpiece, considered to be the most beautiful monument in the city. Continue your tour by admiring the classical facade of the Théâtre du Nord, located on the site of the former Grand'Garde, built in 1717. You will also notice the sun of Louis XIV, carved into a triangular frontispiece, and the coats of arms of France and Lille on either side. A timeless setting, just a five-minute walk from your Première Classe Lille Center hotel.


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Lille Grand Palais

Lille Grand Palais is a popular destination for business tourism. Only a quarter of an hour's walk from your Première Classe hotel in Lille, Lille Grand Palais will organize your events (gala evenings, product launches, meetings, fashion shows, symposiums, workshops, seminars, etc.) in a building that can accommodate more than 20,000 people at the same time! Not far from Lille's two train stations, it is located at the crossroads of the capital cities of Paris, London and Brussels, and as such benefits from a unique vitality. There are three structures in the event park: the Palais des Congrès, the exhibition center and the Zenith Arena. Each of these spaces is fully modular and each can be reserved for private use and adapted to suit the specific needs of your projects. For the past twenty years, Lille Grand Palais has organized more than 300 events every year. With a program of events aimed at both the general public and professionals (apprenticeship and work-linked training fair, job fair, etc.), it offers to support your projects by providing quality expertise and know-how. Its team also offers sustainable development solutions around its events, in order to promote an eco-responsible approach (such as offering regional seasonal products, in conjunction with allocated service providers and suppliers, etc.): a great way to combine business with pleasure.

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In Lille and the surrounding area

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Budget Première Classe Hotels

Do you want to explore the Nord department during a family break? Plan a trip to Cuincy and reserve a comfortable room in a Première Classe budget hotel.

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Hénin Beaumont

When stopping over in the Pas-de-Calais department, explore the multiple facets of Hénin-Beaumont. For an affordable stay, relax in a room in a Première Classe hotel in the town.

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Budget Première Classe Hotels

A getaway to Lomme is an opportunity to explore the heart of the Nord department in the Hauts-de-France region. Première Classe hotels invite you to stay for less in this town.

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What to do in Lille ?

The must-sees over a weekend in Lille
What to do during a week in Lille?
Family vacation in Lille
Even if your stay in Lille only short, there are a few spots that are simply unmissable. Take a stroll through Lille’s old town, and fall in love with its old, red brick town houses. Next, head to the awesome Grand'Place, ringed by classic Flemish façades. You’ll also find one of the city’s most beautiful landmarks there: the Vieille Bourse. Nowadays, its inner courtyard is occupied by second-hand booksellers and chess players. Make sure the vast collections at the Palais des Beaux-Arts are also on your list — it’s one of the largest art museums in France. After resting up at a Première Classe hotel, chill out in the Parc de la Citadelle.
A week-long vacation is the perfect amount of time to really enjoy what Lille has got to offer. Visit the Palais Rihour, one of the city’s last remaining Gothic buildings and now home to its tourist office. Next up, head to Gare Saint-Sauveur, a must-see cultural space that has always got a modern art exhibition, gig, film screening or evening event on the go. Last but not least, soak up the city’s warm, friendly atmosphere by visiting Wazemmes market: one of the largest in France. During your stay, the Première Classe hotels of Lille and the surrounding areas are the perfect place to lay your head for not a lot.
For a successful family stay in Lille, don’t miss a visit to the Natural History Museum, where your kids will be taken on a fascinating journey through the natural world. In the geology section, they’ll be amazed to discover the history of the earth, life, and early man. At the Forum des Science in Villeneuve d’Ascq, you’ll get to explore exhibitions and take part in workshops based on major scientific discoveries. Lastly, the grounds of the Château de Robersart in Wambrechies are the perfect place for you and your family to chill out before heading back to rest up in your Première Classe hotel.
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A gastronomic stay in Lille

A stay in Lille is also a great opportunity to check out its culinary specialties, making for a mouthwatering foodie experience. After breakfast in your Première Classe hotel, make the most of lunch and dinnertime to treat yourself to a plate of the famous moules-frites, along with a mug of local beer. Check out the area’s Flemish stews, too: there’s carbonnade flamande, where chunks of beef are simmered in beer, or Waterzooï, a creamy dish made with chicken or fish and baby vegetables. On the sweeter side of things, the waffles stuffed with brown sugar are to die for.
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Unmissable events in Lille

Lille is a party town, and there will be plenty of events on the go during your stay. At the start of September, the northern capital becomes a hubbub of excitement as it welcomes the trendiest flea market around to town: the Braderie de Lille. In March, art lovers should head to Art Up, the region’s top contemporary art fair. Every year from July to September, Lille 3000 is a must-see, with a rich and varied line-up created in partnership with all the city’s cultural organizations. Book a stay in Lille’s Première Classe hotel for Christmas and discover one of the most stunning Christmas markets in all of France.
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A notable fact about Lille’s history

Lille has always been a subject of envy: so much so that it is the most besieged city in France. Between the Middle Ages and the Revolution, the sieges it withstood were into double figures. It belonged first to the Kingdom of France, then the Burgundian State, the Holy Roman Empire and the Spanish Netherlands, before finally being made a part of France under Louis XIV. It would go on to be besieged one last time by the Austrians during the Revolution, but the resistance put up by the people of Lille eventually forced them to retreat. If you’d like to stay in the North for longer, check out our affordable Première Classe hotels in Dunkirk or Cambrai.








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