Belazur Hotel Calais

2 out of 5 stars2 Stars

23-25-27 Place d'Armes, Calais, Nord-Pas-de-Calais, 62100, France
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43%

Satisfaction Terrible
Excellent
2%
1
Very Good
16%
7
Average
25%
11
Poor
13%
6
Terrible
41%
18

Value Score Poor Value

Costs 38% more and rated 37% lower than other 2 star hotels

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  • Families7
  • Couples13
  • Solo25
  • Business33

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Genealogy Research trip

by bplobrano

My g.g.grandfather Nathaniel Powell & his brother Thomas were lace makers from England living in Calais in the 1840s. Most of their children were born there before they came to the US arounf 1850 and settled in CONN & Philadelphia. Two of the sons(my g.grandfather) started a stocking mill in Philadelphia in 1879 and became quite successful. We want to see the lace museum and the area of St. Pierre where they lived. We are wondering where the best archives are--perhaps city hall? Could we find a history buff to hire for a tour. We will only come down from London on the train for the day--9:30am-9:30pm. perhaps on Sept 9th.
Pat & Bill

Re: Genealogy Research trip

by leics

Why not contact the Office de Tourisme for Calais? They will certainly be able to help you with regard to archives (you may need to make an appointment to access these anyway) and may be able to suggest a local historian whom you could contact.

Email:

accueil@calais-cotedopale.com

12 Boulevard Clemenceau
62100 Calais
Tel: 00 33 (0)321 96 62 40

Re: Genealogy Research trip

by JLBG

The diocese will have archives only for catholics (baptized). The "Etat Civil" will have archives for everybody, catholic or not. They are kept at the city archives :

Archives municipales : Geneviève Van Goethem
Mairie, B.P. 329, 62107 Calais Cedex. Quai de la Gendarmerie
Tél. : 03.21.46.62.69 -
archives@mairie-calais.fr

Travel Tips for Calais

P's and Q's

by deeper_blue

The French always use s'il vous plait and merci beaucoup. Just out of common curtousy. Oh and be careful how you address people, make sure you know the difference between tu and vous. Of course a lot of people will understand English and quite often will prefer to speak English, just to use and expand their vocabulary. But if you want to blend in, it always helps to read up on the common phrases, don't worry I'm rubbish at grammar aswell.

Beware of the Brits!

by MelanieBee

You can easily identify the brits when you arrive in Calais. They are the ones who are racing to the shopping centres to get their cut price alcohol and then racing back to the UK!

I'm honestly not sure what else there is to do in Calais as the main attraction seems to be the shopping centres.

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