At the Hotel Mercure Resort Tours Sud, any time is time for fun and culture.
Young and old alike can have fun with the Cornilleau ping pong tables, all made in France (table for adults and table for children available).
Then, get in touch with the past by discovering or rediscovering the history of France. Indeed, the Hotel Mercure Resort Tours Sud places you at the heart of the Loire Valley with its many châteaux, each one more prestigious than the last. A walk or bike ride along the banks of the Cher and Loire near the hotel will help you to fully discover what makes the Touraine region so special. You can feel this even more so if you decide to explore the wild River Loire on the water itself aboard a traditional boat.
After having visited Tours, a listed “Ville d’Art et d’Histoire” (Town of Art and History), and having strolled across the Place Plumereau, the proud and majestic square lined with timber-framed medieval houses, the châteaux of the Loire Valley await you! Just a few kilometres and under 45 minutes away, grand châteaux such as Villandry, Langeais, Azay-le-Rideau, Chenonceau and Amboise stand as jewels of the French Renaissance with their exceptional gardens. History with a capital H surrounds you at every turn.
Also enjoy a range of trips to discover the wines of the Loire Valley. Indeed, the Loire region wouldn’t be the same without its wines. They give it its distinct colour, and you can savour the countryside around the royal river with every sip you take. The cellars at Vouvray, Montlouis, Chinon, Bourgueil, Saint-Nicolas and Amboise offer tastings all year long.