Hôtel Agnes Sorel à Chinon


4 Quai Pasteur 37500 CHINON

Our “Slow’In Chinon” concept

We have chosen to offer our travelers another way to discover Touraine and Chinon especially through Slow Tourism. We are committed to providing an alternative to mass tourism that brings together thousands of tourists in one place and pushes you to travel further, faster and cheaper.

But do not panic! By slow tourism, it is not a question of a holiday without interest, without rhythm and without activity! For slow holidays at the hotel Agnès Sorel, we suggest you slow down your daily routine to fully enjoy the places you discover, the meetings you do and ; become aware of the good times you spend.

After everything, we too often consider that the place in which we stay must be exceptional when finally it is rather the lived moments which give this feeling of well-being.

Then our hotel is, in its own way, located on an exceptional site! To develop our concept “Slowly Chinon”, we were inspired by our feeling of sweetness and fullness to live on the edge of Vienne.

Staying at the Hotel Agnès Sorel also enhances singularity, sharing and meetings. More than authenticity, we could make you possible in an immersion in our beautiful region. To do this, we have developed partnerships with local players who make you discover Chinon and Touraine otherwise. During your walks and your meetings, you will be surprised by the unusual and atypical activities you can do and live with unique experiences you will remember! “

Take the time to see the Gargantua boat, the cyclists who roam the Loire by bike, the hot air balloons over Chinon and our hotel.

Take the time to discover Chinon on foot or by horse-drawn carriage, to visit less touristy but equally fascinating sites.

Take the time to enjoy good regional dishes, to interact with the restaurateurs

Take the time to discover local products and to exchange with cheese producers of Touraine, honey, jams.

Take the time to taste our red, rosé and white wines and better understand the life of our winemakers … by participating, why not, the harvest!