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Hotel on the banks of the Meuse

In the heart of the historically rich town of Givet

Hotel Le Val Saint Hilaire

The legendary hospitality of the Ardennes

On the left bank of the Meuse river, Hotel Le Val Saint Hilaire welcomes you for holidays or business trips in the town centre of Givet, dominated by the Fort de Charlemont, built by Holy Roman Emperor Charles V. The hotel, typical to the region in terms of architecture and built in the 18th century, encapsulates everything that has made the hospitality of the inhabitants of the Ardennes region famous. You’ll find sincere smiles, comfort perfect for snuggling up to, generous gestures and advice on the best locations to discover the best of the region’s cuisine and to feel moments of pure joy in a green setting.

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Seminars in the Ardennes

Welcome to our hotel in Givet

A border town just a stone’s throw from Belgium, Givet is an enchanting setting in the Meuse Valley, ideal for working, relaxing or travelling through history, culture and gastronomy. Our hotel in the heart of Givet is ideal for organising company meetings and retreats with its well-equipped meeting room. The hotel has 20 functional and comfortable rooms as well as a free private car park.

Services & Facilities

3-star hotel in the town centre of Givet

  • Multilingual staff
  • Check-in between 12pm and 11pm
  • Check-out at 11:30am
  • Luggage service
  • Laundry
  • Disabled access
  • Free Wi-Fi
  • Newspapers available
  • Garden/terrace
  • Bar/lounge
  • Pets welcome (subject to an additional fee)
  • Bike hire
  • Free private car park
  • Bike shed

Discover the Ardennes  

History, nature, culture, walking, cycling...

All roads in the Ardennes are paved with wonder. Labelled one of France’s “Ville d’art et de culture” (Town of Art and Culture), Givet has lots to entice visitors, with specially created cycle paths and special marked tourist paths, including the Fortifications Trail, the Legends Trail, the Rimbaud-Verlaine Trail, the Forest, Lake and Abbey Trail, the Fortified Churches of Thiérache Trail, and the Porcien Route headed towards the Champagne region. And of course, no trip would be complete without a boat ride down the River Meuse and hopping between France and Belgium.

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