Hotels in France » Region Nord-Pas-de-Calais
The Nord-Pas-de-Calais is a French administrative region consists of two departments, Nord and Pas-de-Calais. Until the late twentieth century, "North" also meant the region, as the department.
The region was formerly part of the Southern Netherlands and Spanish Netherlands, and finally became French in 1713 under the name of french Netherlands.
The provinces historical component Nord-Pas-de-Calais are mainly Artois, the Boulonnais, Flanders and Hainaut, which designations remain very common today.
Feel Calm and relaxed in Lille !
Calm Hotel - spend a night or more away from home and 'Just Feel at Home'**, close your eyes and relax. And when you open them, you will be spellbound by this chic, sober and soothing hotel. Situated steps away from the Lille-Flandres railway station, the Calm Hotel is a lovely, Calm cocoon where you will feel Like at Home.
Calm Hotel welcomes you with its 48 neat, chic and contemporary rooms. Whether for a solo travel, a romantic gateway or holidays with your family or friends, we have the perfect room for you ! All rooms are equipped with a desk, flat-screen TV and free Wi-Fi access. Put down your suitcases and relax...!
** Calm stands for 'Comme à la Maison' (Feel at Home)