Hotel Pacific

40, rue du Duc de Guise, Calais, Nord-Pas-de-Calais, 62100, France
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  • Families75
  • Couples33
  • Solo50
  • Business0

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Car crime in Calais

by Jill2002

I'm looking for a hotel in Calais for a few nights next week. All the hotels so far have said that they have 'Secure Parking area' . Does this mean that there is a problem with car crime ?

Also, does anyone know of any good quality clean hotels in or around Calais that they can recommend?

Re: Car crime in Calais


'Secure Parking area' is an ordinary term and means that it is private parking space (for example only for hotelguests) and that it is locked or shut off for others. In some cases there may be a parking guard (person).

"Secure" in this case has nothing to do with security in relation to war. Rather in relation to crime (car theft or breaking in) which exists everywhere.

Re: Car crime in Calais

by CliffClaven

Your car is safer in France than in the UK. In 2002 the number of cars stolen in France was 480 per 100000 population. The figure in England and Wales for 2001 (the latest available figures) was 650.

Re: Re: Car crime in Calais

by lorgnierl

3 reasons,
a lot of french have car (s) and it s difficult to find a place so, it s like a commercial gift to have place closer of the hotel

may be some areas could have problems n(stolers) so it s better to have this kind of parking

it s very good also for a consumers to let some "clothes" in the car if they are in the hotel for only one night
it s mainly "commercial"


Re: Re: Car crime in Calais

by rachel_sun

ive been to Calais about 6 times and stayed in cheap hotels.Ive always just left my car on side of road.Ive never had any problems with breakins or anything.Ive never bothered booking hotels up before,i just go there and then look for a hotel.To stay in a clean hotel,you will have to pay about £30-£40 a night.
I did once find a hotel for £12 per person,but it was abit of a hole,,,but i stayed in it for one night as i was doing a booze run and wanted to save as much £££ as possible.

Re: Car crime in Calais

by mikeraw

Try the Copthorne, its a well known chain of hotels, I stayed there end of last year, good facilities mini bar,T.V.. (with English some English channels) reasonable price. Dont be alarmed if you see men and women in bright yellow jackets with HM Customs and Excise on the back checking in, they stay there as well.
If you plan to use the Tunnel, its a very short ride, about 1 mile from the terminal and the Cite De Europe good place for shopping and Booze (its got a Tesco, don't forget your Tesco Points Card).


RE: Car crime in Calais

by mintola

we have stayed in a B&B near the Auchan a couple of times and are booked in again. It's a chain of hotels that are cheap, we were more than happy with it, we had a family room the first time, that consisted of a double bed with stairs leading up to 2 single beds. The price is very reasonable, rooms were en suite, we went for the extra all you can eat buffet breakfast. We have 2 double rooms booked and it's costing just under £60, this is for 4 of us including breakfast. It also has secure parking

Travel Tips for Calais

Flowers in your hair, flowers everywhere

by chinookch47

As many French Towns it has suffered during WW2 and there is a museum in the middle of a square to remind us what happened, you should visit it. Flowers and the gardens in front of The City Hall, it is a small garden but very beautiful.

Calais for a day

by jo104

"Welcome to Calais"

I went over with Natalie (Nhcram) for a day outing as a foor passenger, perhaps just an excuse for a girly shopping day out. I was very impressed by the beautifully manicured flower beds in the middle of the roads & roundabouts.

Calais, France

by KenMore

"Calais, France"

I was staying in Canterbury, England in the summer of 2000, and I decided to go to Calais for the afternoon. I took a train to Dover and then caught a ferry. It was a nice little trip. I wandered around Calais for an hour or two and then went back.


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 Hotel Pacific

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Pacific Hotel Calais

Address: 40, rue du Duc de Guise, Calais, Nord-Pas-de-Calais, 62100, France