Enjoy comfort, traditional cuisine and friendly staff, and a stroll through the historic centre of Bourges. Welcome to Pascale and Antoine Falleur's hotel.
"For us, every guest is unique. They are the focus of our attention from their arrival in our establishment to their departure."
Passionate about their friendly and human vision of hospitality, Pascale and Antoine are perfectionists. They work every day to improve services at The Originals City, Hotel Le Berry, Bourges. Proud of their region and their city, they offer quality services to provide you with a memorable experience at the heart of Bourges. Located opposite the station, just 10 minutes from the medieval quarter and the Cathedral, this 3 star hotel in the heart of Bourges features comfortable rooms, a brasserie style restaurant, a lift and car park (booking required). It's a unique location with a modern décor, ideally located for a holiday rich in discovery in this historic town filled with mysteries. Business travellers can relax with business stopover packages at the end of their working day.
The beautiful façade of The Originals City, Hotel Le Berry, Bourges invites you into this friendly establishment with its refined and contemporary décor. Choose between standard, comfort or family rooms. They are soundproofed and equipped with air conditioning, new beds, double glazing, a flat screen television with themed channels, private bathroom and a desk. With views across the courtyard or the city, Bourges welcomes you with open arms.
- Air-conditioned room
- Non smoking room
For a gentle and gourmet start to the day, the restaurant welcomes you for a full buffet breakfast. Among the pastries, breads, cereals and hot and cold drinks, you will also find local produce such as Monin fruit syrups and Crottin de Chavignol cheese. For the rest of the day's dining, the Made in Café restaurant is at your disposal. Half board packages are also available for business travellers.
The Originals City, Hotel Le Berry, Bourges is an oasis of comfort and elegance, surrounded by cultural sites that are just waiting to be discovered.