Activities and tourism

Business centre - Euralille

The Hotel Lille Europe is ideally situated at the very heart of Euralille, a symbol of modernity and innovation. In a new district within the city centre, Euralille is a business centre that is easily on a par with those of the largest cities in Europe. A conurbation in which life, work, shopping or sport can all be enjoyed tremendously...

Euralille offers you a range of activities that are sure to meet your every expectation:

  • The proximity to Lille Flanders and Lille Europe railway stations is ideal for your travel needs
  • The Euralille shopping centre boasts a total of 66,000 m² of retail outlets, perfect for a spot of shopping
  • The corporate business district offers 81,000 m² of office space for all your business needs
  • A 7 ha urban park: the Henri Matisse park for a breath of fresh air
  • Lille Grand Palais, the new palace of congress Further information:

Nearby restaurants

  • Just 10 minutes from the hotel, you will find Lille's 'Melting Pot' restaurant, a romantic setting, serving international cuisine with varied and inventive flavours just a stone's throw away from the opera house.
  • Just 10 minutes from the hotel, you can discover ALCIDE, a brasserie-style restaurant with a range of traditional and regional dishes.

Lille city centre

The Old Town of Lille: expect to be seduced by its flamboyant architecture. In a district located to the north of Lille, its façades painted in timeless colours will leave you with long-lasting memories.

The Grand-Place: as it is commonly known by the locals of Lille, was renamed in honour of Charles de Gaulle in 1944. It offers an incredible panorama of the square's 17th and 18th century architecture.

The Palace of Fine Arts: houses several European collections, an antiques department displaying pieces from the Middle Ages and the Renaissance, 17th and 18th century ceramics, 19th century French sculptures, maps of the fortified cities (printed in relief) dating back to the 18th century.

The Stock Exchange: the former stock exchange building was constructed between 1652 and 1653, and is undoubtedly the most beautiful monument in the city. Located between the Grand Place and the Place du Théâtre, it is composed of 24 identical houses surrounding a cloister.

The town hall and its belfry: the town hall was inaugurated in 1932 by the architect Emile Dubuisson who found inspiration in Flemish traditions. Its belfry is the highest in the Nord-Pas-de-Calais region, standing at 104m high. It was classified as a UNESCO World Heritage Site in 1991.

The Rihour Palace: classified as a historical monument in 1875, it was built in the 15th century by Philippe Le Bon, the Duke of Burgundy. It is one of Lille's few vestiges built in the flamboyant Gothic architectural style. On the ground floor, the former guard room now houses Lille's Tourist Information Office.

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