Places to stay

Najeti Collection

Each hotel of the Najeti Collection has its own character, whether it be a historic building, an old Monastery or a hotel bordering a century-old golf course.

Prestigious locations

Whatever your choice of destination, you will experience unforgettable moments. These hotels are all devoted to relaxation and leisure, whether you play golf, prefer being pampered or enjoy gastronomy. Discover Najeti's offers, exclusively for Eurotunnel customers.


Hôtel de la Poste, Beaune

There’s so much to see and do in Nice. It’s been occupied since ancient times with archaeological digs revealing Celtic and Roman remains. Why not stroll along the famous Promenade des Anglais that takes its name from the English expats that gifted it in 1822? You can walk, cycle or skate its 4km sweep of the Baies des Anges. Climb the staircase of Colline du Château for the best views over Nice’s red-tiled rooftops.

For a modern twist, stop by the Musée d’Art Moderne et d’Art Contemporain where European and American avant-garde works from the 1950s to the present day can be seen. The rooftop of this museum also serves as an exhibition space and you get bonus panoramic views of Nice!


Pas-de-Calais region

Hôtel Château Tilques, St Omer

One of the pretty parks in Dijon

The place to stop or stay if you adore French food and wine, Dijon has plenty of dining options to tempt you. In the centre of Dijon, Le Bouchon du Palais is famous for serving up exquisite and traditional Lyonnaise food. Known in particular for superior wines and the classic mustard, there’s also art-deco architecture to take in and a range of museums to choose from. A highlight being the Musee des Beaux Arts that sits within the impressive Palace of the Dukes.

Hôtel du Golf, St Omer

Lyon is just a six-hour drive from Calais, and only 2 hours south of Dijon. This is France’s second-largest city, so you’re truly spoilt for choice when it comes to activities and sights. The centre is filled with Renaissance buildings and tempting bouchons (traditional Lyonnaise restaurants). Wander to the docks or visit the Musée des Confluences, which is a building that often takes people’s breath away, even before they step inside and see the exhibitions.

Hôtel du Parc, Hardelot

Fontaine-de-Vaucluse is a small town in Provence France, famous for being where the source of the Sorgue River lies. This fontaine is the largest spring in France as well as one of the most powerful in the world. It’s popular because the water appears to spurt from the mouth of a mysterious looking cave and sits in a picturesque valley. Cliffs and the ruins of a castle surround the valley, making it a rather fairytale-like location. The Renaissance Italian poet and scholar Petrarch wrote about his love for Laura de Noves here, and it isn’t hard to see why. Walk the banks of the river at any time of year for a glimpse of fig trees, cliff walls, and flowing water.

Hôtel de L'Univers, Arras

Peillon looks as though it were carved from the rock face it sits upon

Peillon is a delightfully-small commune seated atop a cliff in the Alpes-Maritimes department in South-eastern France, just 18km from Nice.

On arrival, visitors must leave their cars behind as the only way to get around once within the tiny, tranquil town is by foot. Strolling amongst the incredibly charming, ancient stairways and walkways is a joy, and the town’s little restaurants and cafés provide guests the opportunity to dine like a true local. Those who visit will also forever remember the breath-taking views of the surrounding mountains and the Paillon Valley.

Côte d'Azur

Golf de Valescure, St Raphaël

Èze overlooks the glistening Mediterranean sea

Èze is a small hilltop village found in the Alpes-Maritimes region of Southern France. The views looking south are punctuated by the endless blue of Mediterranean Sea, particularly from the cactus garden found at the village’s highest point. When exploring, visitors are advised to seek out the ancient, Chapelle de la Sainte Croix, built in 1306, as well as the many galleries and museums, dotted throughout the cobbled streets.

Being on the French Riviera grants Èze blissful weather during the summer months, making the nearby beaches of Plage de Passable St-Jean-Cap-Ferrat and Eden Plage Mala Cap, ideal excursions for those with a car.

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