What a hotel in Angers offers business guests
Set in the heart of the Loire Valley, a UNESCO World Heritage landscape, Angers hotels benefit from the area’s perfect balance of urban infrastructure and rural tranquility. This city of around 150,000 inhabitants is very accessible, with excellent road and rail links, as well as its own airport. It is around an hour's drive from Nantes airport, or a 90-minute train journey from Paris. Ranked as one of the top 20 most dynamic cities in France by Challenge Magazine in 2012, Angers regularly hosts national and international business events and conferences.
What will I find in Angers?
Angers is bursting with places where you can eat, drink, relax, and enjoy French culture. Step outside the city and you will quickly come across the Loire Valley's famous castles, picturesque villages, and vineyards. With such a fantastic combination of urban and rural treasures, this area offers a particularly inspiring setting for any meeting, seminar, conference, or team-building event.
What can Angers offer me as a business traveller?
Throughout the city, you will find a variety of facilities for meetings and other business events, including large spaces for exhibitions, a fully equipped congress centre, and a concert hall. Ranging from traditional to modern, Angers's hotels are experienced in welcoming groups of all sizes, and many also offer their own well-equipped conference facilities.
Which activities can I take part in during my stay at an Angers hotel?
Whether you are looking for adventure or relaxation, you will find plenty to do while staying at an Angers hotel. Wine connoisseurs will enjoy wine tasting in the vineyards surrounding the city. You can also enjoy a cruise along the Loire – sunset cruises are offered during the summer – or walk or cycle along its banks, taking in the breathtaking scenery. Visit L’île de Béhuard, a particularly tranquil and scenic spot for a stroll, to see its historical buildings and riverside cafés. For a different perspective, take to the water on a full- or half-day kayaking trip – a fantastic way to get to know this river and its beautiful flora and fauna. You may even be lucky enough to spot a kingfisher or beaver. After a long day of work, make sure to relax with a glass of Anjou wine or a delicious meal as you watch the sunset from a riverside bar or restaurant.