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Villa Saint-Ange
4.6/547 Reviews

Villa Saint-Ange

Aix-en-Provence|0.79km from ROSE ET MARIUS
With a stay at Villa Saint Ange, you'll be centrally located in Aix-en-Provence, a 9-minute walk from Cours Mirabeau and 13 minutes by foot from Hôtel de Caumont - Centre d'Art. This luxury hotel is 1.7 mi (2.7 km) from Paul Cezanne's Studio and 2.7 mi (4.4 km) from Vasarely Foundation.Pamper yourself with a visit to the spa, which offers massages. You're sure to appreciate the recreational amenities, including an outdoor pool, a spa tub, and a fitness center. Additional features at this Mediterranean hotel include complimentary wireless internet access, concierge services, and shopping on site.Enjoy a meal at Âma Terra Pierre Gagnaire, or stay in and take advantage of the hotel's room service (during limited hours). Wrap up your day with a drink at the bar/lounge. Continental breakfasts are available daily from 7:30 AM to 10:30 AM for a fee.Featured amenities include complimentary newspapers in the lobby, dry cleaning/laundry services, and a 24-hour front desk. Planning an event in Aix-en-Provence? This hotel has 215 square feet (20 square meters) of space consisting of conference space and 2 meeting rooms. Self parking (subject to charges) is available onsite.Make yourself at home in one of the 34 individually decorated guestrooms, featuring minibars and flat-screen televisions. Your memory foam bed comes with down comforters and Egyptian cotton sheets. Complimentary wireless internet access keeps you connected, and satellite programming is available for your entertainment. Private bathrooms have complimentary toiletries and hair dryers.
Villa Gallici Hôtel & Spa
4.6/558 Reviews

Villa Gallici Hôtel & Spa

Aix-en-Provence|0.89km from ROSE ET MARIUS
Is this the worst hotel I’ve stayed at? No. Was it good? Also no. Let me start with the positives. The property is gorgeously landscaped. You feel like you’re in a private oasis. The pool is very nice, but during peak summer hours the chairs are scarce. The breakfast buffet was fine. Restaurant staff were friendly enough. And on to the bad. I can’t believe this is a 5-star hotel. It’s overpriced and the rooms feel dated. The front desk employees were the least friendly we encountered during our 2+ week excursion in France. One evening we requested in advance that a taxi be called to take us into town. The gentleman at the desk said no problem. When we came back down to the lobby an hour later, a different woman was at the desk and said she had no record of our reservation and instead of offering to immediately call a taxi, sort of argued with us and continued to insist no such reservation existed. We were given the odd 2-story room…the bedroom was upstairs and the bathroom was down a narrow and steep flight of stairs. Overall it was annoying having to trek bath and forth. The room was also unbearably hot despite the ACs being on. We kept the window’s curtains closed during the day, but this didn’t seem to help. After a day of sightseeing, we came back to our room to find housekeeping had opened the curtain and turned off both AC units. It was absolutely miserable. The bed was uncomfortable, lumpy in areas. On the final night, we finally asked for a fan which they did provide. We had quite the unsettling experience when our hotel door was unlocked and 2 hotel employees appeared inside our door at nearly 11pm. I was dead asleep with earplugs in when they turned on the lights, we kind of just stared at each other and they finally closed the door. Completely bizarre. Finally, the location is subpar. While it’s only a 15-20 walk to the center of Aix, you really miss out on the charm of the town. Bottom line, I would never stay here again.

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Hotel des Augustins
4/559 Reviews

Hotel des Augustins

Aix-en-Provence|0.39km from ROSE ET MARIUS
Probably the worst room I've stayed in since a trip to Omsk USSR in 1992. Look, I feel bad writing this because: 1/I really want to be positive and upbeat about Aix; 2/the hotel des augustins is very central and perfectly located; 3/staff were charming and delightful; 4/the room was cleaned to a very high standard. But look: our room just could not have been more dull and characterless if it tried. It had one large window that looked out onto an inner well with a giant boiler unit in constant operation. It therefore let little light into the room. To spell it out: My wife opened the curtain on first morning we were there and declared it was a beautifully sunny day in Aix. This was because she could just make out a tiny patch of blue sky at the top of the well. But I just couldn't believe her. From where I was sitting inside the room I assumed Aix must be profoundly overcast. The Room had no effective shower (just a shower head coming out of bath.) Decor miserable and brownish grey. Air conditioning unit was ancient. Toilet was France 1950s. Towels were thin and grim. But what really got me was that if we opened the hotel window at night (which in Sept you need to) the sound of the boiler unit was just deafening. On arrival in the room, of course, my wife and I scrambled to the phone, rang reception and begged for something better. But no they said, sorry: hotel was full. We paid £500 for three nights. Aix is not a cheap city and we found accommodation hard to find. But while Aix is a wonderful vibrant colourful place, it was all a bit too Dostoevsky's Crime and Punishment in our room.

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Hotel des Augustins
4/559 Reviews
Probably the worst room I've stayed in since a trip to Omsk USSR in 1992. Look, I feel bad writing this because: 1/I really want to be positive and upbeat about Aix; 2/the hotel des augustins is very central and perfectly located; 3/staff were charming and delightful; 4/the room was cleaned to a very high standard. But look: our room just could not have been more dull and characterless if it tried. It had one large window that looked out onto an inner well with a giant boiler unit in constant operation. It therefore let little light into the room. To spell it out: My wife opened the curtain on first morning we were there and declared it was a beautifully sunny day in Aix. This was because she could just make out a tiny patch of blue sky at the top of the well. But I just couldn't believe her. From where I was sitting inside the room I assumed Aix must be profoundly overcast. The Room had no effective shower (just a shower head coming out of bath.) Decor miserable and brownish grey. Air conditioning unit was ancient. Toilet was France 1950s. Towels were thin and grim. But what really got me was that if we opened the hotel window at night (which in Sept you need to) the sound of the boiler unit was just deafening. On arrival in the room, of course, my wife and I scrambled to the phone, rang reception and begged for something better. But no they said, sorry: hotel was full. We paid £500 for three nights. Aix is not a cheap city and we found accommodation hard to find. But while Aix is a wonderful vibrant colourful place, it was all a bit too Dostoevsky's Crime and Punishment in our room.
Odalys City Aix en Provence l'Atrium
3.7/561 Reviews
Aparthotel with good location, service and reasonable price. It is quite suitable for business trips (my case), as well as for family vacations, tourist trips, etc. Around there is everything necessary for life.
Hotel En Ville
3/59 Reviews
I was travelling alone and as such was a little more aware of feeling safe and secure. I was greeted so warmly at this hotel, and each time I passed by reception, Sophie or Laurent made a point to speak with me, engage me in conversation, ask me about my day. On a trip that was sometimes a little lonely, this was especially welcome. I'd requested a superior room and was very pleased with the amenities and especially with the bathroom. The bed was incredibly comfortable, the room was very quiet, and the air conditioning was a welcome respite from the heat wave gripping France while I was there. The beautiful, quiet upper outdoor deck was a lovely space to get away from the bustle of the streets (Although La Rochelle is not particularly large, it is a popular tourist destination for French people so it was a bustling little town! But I want to be sure to specify that the hotel itself is on a quiet plaza and the immediate area is a few blocks removed from all of the hubbub.) I'd return here again without question and recommend it without reservation.
Boutique Hotel Cezanne
4.2/5103 Reviews
We recently spent four nights here and i can't rave enough! We made reservations primarily based on reviews we read here and we thought the hotel was even better. We were traveling as a family with our teenage daughter and booked the junior suite which was perfect. A large room by European standards and it was perfect. We had a fold out twin bed and we could move around the room with it open. The location was great - close enough to everything but not overrun by street noise and busy crowds. We walked to dinner every night and one restaurant was better than the next. We spend one day in Aix-en-Provence and did day trips the other days. There was so much to see and visit in the area but more about the hotel. The front desk staff were so nice and so helpful. Mostly younger but so attentive and helpful making reservations for us, changing tickets to a site we booked when our daughter wasn't feeling well and offering great suggestions. The breakfast was also a big hit. I would recommend getting it included. There is a beautiful outdoor garden to eat in. Plentiful food and great variety from bacon and eggs to a continental breakfast of pastries and fruit. Lastly, we booked the parking spot which was a big plus. It was a short walk from the lobby and it was great to not have to worry when we returned from our adventures about where to park. Can't recommend enough. We look forward to returning.
Villa Gallici Hôtel & Spa
4.6/558 Reviews
Is this the worst hotel I’ve stayed at? No. Was it good? Also no. Let me start with the positives. The property is gorgeously landscaped. You feel like you’re in a private oasis. The pool is very nice, but during peak summer hours the chairs are scarce. The breakfast buffet was fine. Restaurant staff were friendly enough. And on to the bad. I can’t believe this is a 5-star hotel. It’s overpriced and the rooms feel dated. The front desk employees were the least friendly we encountered during our 2+ week excursion in France. One evening we requested in advance that a taxi be called to take us into town. The gentleman at the desk said no problem. When we came back down to the lobby an hour later, a different woman was at the desk and said she had no record of our reservation and instead of offering to immediately call a taxi, sort of argued with us and continued to insist no such reservation existed. We were given the odd 2-story room…the bedroom was upstairs and the bathroom was down a narrow and steep flight of stairs. Overall it was annoying having to trek bath and forth. The room was also unbearably hot despite the ACs being on. We kept the window’s curtains closed during the day, but this didn’t seem to help. After a day of sightseeing, we came back to our room to find housekeeping had opened the curtain and turned off both AC units. It was absolutely miserable. The bed was uncomfortable, lumpy in areas. On the final night, we finally asked for a fan which they did provide. We had quite the unsettling experience when our hotel door was unlocked and 2 hotel employees appeared inside our door at nearly 11pm. I was dead asleep with earplugs in when they turned on the lights, we kind of just stared at each other and they finally closed the door. Completely bizarre. Finally, the location is subpar. While it’s only a 15-20 walk to the center of Aix, you really miss out on the charm of the town. Bottom line, I would never stay here again.
Grand Hotel Roi Rene Aix-en-Provence Centre - MGallery
4.1/566 Reviews
Pros: Friendly staff, comfortable bed, great shower, good breakfast, secure parking, short walk from many of the most important points of interest in town. Cons: Unsecured internet, no USB plugs in room. Suggestion: try and book a room overlooking the central courtyard/pool area. Probabaly quieter than those on the outside of the building facing roads.

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