The Château Belmont has been a veritable institution in Tours for almost 20 years. This gourmet restaurant from Jean Bardet, a famous chef from Tours, was the haunt of the entire Tours bourgeoisie. When Jean Bardet retired, the restaurant became a luxury hotel. The Château Belmont was sold at the end of 2007 and reopened in April 2011 after renovation work. All of the decoration was modernised and a spa was built. Only the original walls remain. The Château Belmont is made up of different buildings. The original building dates from the end of the 17th century and was extended in 1986. The decor in the lobby is modern, boasting warm tones of red, brown and beige. Guest can relax in a corner by the fire in the various little lounges. A little further on is a beautiful antique glass roof which lets the natural light fall in on a cosy little veranda.
For some relaxation, head to the 5 Mondes spa, where a heated swimming pool, hammam, Jacuzzi and a gym await. Massages using natural and organic products are also available. The decor in the spa is sober and Zen, with light grey as the dominant colour. As an extra bonus, the swimming pool and the gym overlook the park.