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Looking for an affordable hotel in the Vaucluse department? Settle yourself in your Première Classe room with modern decor, combining comfort and practicality. Book your room in our Première Classe hotel in Orange and discover the advantages of our hotel: parking and breakfast in the form of an all-you-can-eat buffet. Take advantage of the city of Orange and its heritage for a memorable stay.

Our hotels in Orange at low prices

Indulge yourself in our Première Classe hotels in Orange. You will discover the Première Classe experience from the moment you arrive: affordable, friendly and comfortable hotels. Bright, modern spaces. Everything you need for a good night's sleep at a low price.
PREMIERE CLASSE AVIGNON - Courtine Gare
AVIGNON

Hotel premiere classe avignon - courtine gare

23.1 km from the city center
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PREMIERE CLASSE ORANGE
Orange

Hotel premiere classe orange

1.3 km from the city center
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PREMIERE CLASSE AVIGNON SUD - Parc des Expositions
AVIGNON MONTFAVET

Hotel premiere classe avignon sud - parc des expositions

24.4 km from the city center
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PREMIERE CLASSE AVIGNON NORD - Le Pontet
Le Pontet

Hotel premiere classe avignon nord - le pontet

18.7 km from the city center
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KYRIAD AVIGNON - Centre commercial Cap Sud
AVIGNON - MONTFAVET

Hotel kyriad avignon - centre commercial cap sud

23.6 km from the city center
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CAMPANILE NIMES SUD - Caissargues
CAISSARGUES

Hotel campanile nimes sud - caissargues

49.3 km from the city center
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CAMPANILE ORANGE
Orange

Hotel campanile orange

1.4 km from the city center
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KYRIAD NIMES CENTRE
NIMES

Hotel kyriad nimes centre

48.8 km from the city center
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CAMPANILE BOLLENE
BOLLENE

Hotel campanile bollene

18 km from the city center
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KYRIAD AVIGNON - Palais des papes
AVIGNON

Hotel kyriad avignon - palais des papes

20.6 km from the city center
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KYRIAD ORANGE CENTRE
ORANGE

Hotel kyriad orange centre

330 m from the city center
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What to do in Orange?

Two-day visit to Orange
Week-long trip to Orange
Discover Orange with your family
It’s impossible to come to the “Citadel of the Princes” and not soak up the history of the place. With so many relics of the past still visible in the town, a low-cost weekend in Orange is a one-way ticket to traveling back in time. A simple stroll through the town center near your hotel will blow you away. On Saint-Eutrope hill, you’ll find the remains of ancient city walls and a Roman theater. Down below, the royal castle and private mansions are sure to catch your eye, too. Last but not least, the town’s religious heritage — Orange Cathedral, for example — is also worth a look.
Whether you’re here with friends or family, there are endless activities on offer to enjoy — and all within striking distance of your hotel. Staying for a week? Then make sure to explore some of the city’s most stunning spots. Its castle and mansions are a must. Depending on the time of year, you might also even get to see a show in the famous Roman theater. A longer stay is also a great opportunity to roam further afield. Take the train to Avignon and other cities along the Côte d'Azur for a fantastic day out.
A warm, welcoming city is that is packed full of history and heritage, Orange is the perfect destination for a family vacation. Its city walls, theatre and castle are sure to impress visitors of all ages. Many of the buildings and museums offer fun activities for the kids to get involved with. The town also hosts regular, family-friendly events. To mix things up a little, check out Orange’s culinary specialties with a trip to the local candy stores and workshops. It’s worth noting that the foodie paradises of Avignon and Montélimar are also easy to reach from your hotel.
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A gastronomic stay in Orange

After a peaceful night’s sleep in your Première Classe hotel room and a revitalizing breakfast, it’s time to head out and explore Orange. While you’re exploring, it would be a crying shame not to sample some of the local produce. The department of Vaucluse is one of the top producers of truffles. These so-called “black diamonds” can be found on the menus of some restaurants, and the shelves of gourmet food stores. Or maybe you have more of a sweet tooth? If so, check out the Sablé du Théâtre cookies, Augustines and Orangines. They go perfectly with a Côtes-du-Rhône, Châteauneuf-du-Pape or Vin d’Orange.
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The best activities in Orange

One of Orange’s best-known events is Les Chorégies d'Orange, attracting music lovers from all over the world. This festival of lyrical art takes place from late July to early August in the Roman theater. These majestic surroundings also play host to the town’s Roman Festival. With gladiator fights, shows, and workshops on offer, visitors can step back in time and immerse themselves in the world of the Romans. On a completely different note, Orange also organizes a huge air show every four years. Its audience can marvel at the spectacular displays of flight prowess. Military history buffs should head to the Commemoration of the Battle of Camarón.
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Did you know?

The name of the famous Les Chorégies d'Orange festival means “the duties of a chorêgos” in Greek. A chorêgos was a rich citizen of Ancient Greece who was responsible for looking after the city’s chorales. When talking about the performances that took place in the Roman theater in the late 19th century, the term “chorégie” is used to refer to the concerts in which the chorales took part. In 1934, a gentleman called Jean Hervé had the idea to make the Chorégies the festival’s symbol — and that’s how it got its new name.