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21, rue Nationale, 30000 Nîmes, France – Show map
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Food & Drink
Bar, Breakfast in the Room
WiFi is available in public areas and is free of charge.
Public parking is available at a location nearby (reservation is not needed) and costs EUR 8 per day.
24-Hour Front Desk, Baggage Storage, Ironing Service, Shoeshine, Meeting/Banquet Facilities, Fax/Photocopying
Newspapers, Safe, Non-smoking Rooms, Family Rooms, Elevator, Soundproof Rooms, Heating, All Spaces Non-Smoking (public and private), Air Conditioning, Designated Smoking Area
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Children and Extra Beds
All children are welcome.
All children under 2 years stay free of charge in a crib.
There is no capacity for extra beds in the room.
The maximum number of cribs in a room is 1.
Pets are allowed on request. No extra charges.
When booking more than 5 rooms, different policies and additional supplements may apply.
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Located near the historic center, the hotel offers a very warm and friendly welcome. Here summer lasts all year long. This charming and quiet hotel is situated in the heart of the Roman City.
Score from 206 reviews Very good
Le Cheval Blanc is in the historic heart of Nimes, across from the Roman Arena and a 5-minute walk from Nimes Train Station. It has rooms with private bathrooms with air conditioning.
Score from 1074 reviews Very good
The hotel is ideally situated in the heart of historical Nîmes and only 55 yards from the Roman amphitheater.
Score from 273 reviews Wonderful
In central Nîmes, this hotel is just minutes from the train station, the Arènes Roman amphitheater, and the town’s main square.
Score from 412 reviews Very good
well-restored beautiful old building; friendly and welcoming staff; brilliant central location; good size room with coffee maker; quiet; clean; strong wi-fi.
Hotel location was excellent as it was close to underground car parks and a few streets away from the main shopping and entertainment centre.
Key did not work in the room 'Superior room on 2nd floor originally allocated' facing onto courtyard so we were allocated a room facing the road on a lower floor which was noisy in the evening and early morning. The heating did not work in the room so we had to sleep with our jumpers on, and to top it all we could not run a bath because the valve in the tap assembly was not working so we had to run a bath very slowly just using the shower head. Very poor.
The hotel is located inside of 300-years old building, it's incredibly beatiful.
The hotel setup, very gothic
No parking U will never know if this was the hotel we had to ask several people in the neighborhood who don't even know that there's a hotel at this spot
The hotel is really interesting and is full of character and is ideally situated for the indoor food market, overnight multi-storey car park, big name shops and city sights.
On a wet Wednesday night in late November the street the hotel is located on was a disconcerting area to walk around at night.
Extremely inconvenient location when driving Night staff was borderline rude
good location, nice interior, comfortable bed
The rooms are a bit poor considering that it is 4 star hotel. Carpet had some stains, walls were cracked in some places and in general looked like the room has not seen refurbishment for a decade or so. Strangely, bathroom was not separated from bedroom and did not have a bath curtain thus all the moisture came inside the room. TV would loose signal occasionally.
Owner and staff very friendly and helpful
Nice building, friendly staff, large room
In need of cleaning, noisy heating, overall in need of a dust-up
Price of the room Close to overnight parking at €8. Walking distance of the old centre with historic attractions. Character hotel
Nothing really except Price of Breakfast.Can eat in Les Halles Market Hall.
Charming building, in central location.
No proper shower, no privacy in the bathroom of the family room, run down room (eg holes in wall, and a problem with leaks). Expensive for what it is.
Location was good. Close to a semi-functioning laundromat. Room came with a nice balcony of rooftops.
Shower is handheld. The bed isn't terrible but does sag. Carpet old and stained. Hallway leaks.
Old mansion Great entry and stairs Helpful staff
Location in back streets no parking Deco of room didn't match ambience of the original building We had a terrace looking over the roof of houses at rear and lock on terrace door broken
The quaintness of this very old property.
Parking facilities at a distance, so if one has a lot of luggage, a short stay is necessary with just an overnight bag. The photos of the property give a false impression...it's not as good as it looks.
The interior hall and staircase beautiful. Very central.
*The attitude of the reception staff-manager. Not at all helpful rude even. Other staff ok though. *Having to queue for nearly half an hour to go in the lift to my 3rd floor bedroom (room 305) because a lot of people were arriving with luggage and only one small lift. *room 305 was in poor condition. Only a hand held shower in the bath without any hand grips on the bath,so quite dangerous for me(I'm elderly ) part of the shower unit was broken and the shower handle leaked more water than the actual shower head. The hinge on the back of the toilet was broken and without a cover, showing how filthy it was -which is very unhygienic. The wash basin, although attractive, was useless, more like a large saucer than a basin. No plug, so had to keep the water running, and then it splashed everywhere. The bedroom was more like an attic room with a sloping ceiling, directly under the roof, and the ceiling had two fresh looking leak marks over the bed. (Good job it didn't rain while I was there) The air conditioning unit was FILTHY, again, unhygienic. The pillow case had 4holes in it, and the sheet had one also. I asked for Wifi in my room when booking, but it only worked every now and then, very frustrating. Asked the manager why this was, and he insisted it did work. Finally, (too late) he found that it hadn't been switched on or whatever the term is, from the reception. No apology of course. The breakfast was €14.00 extra. SO not worth it. Just the usual plastic ham and cheese etc. staff member in charge of breakfast however was charming and did her best to help god bless her. I wouldn't stay there again for anything and don't advise anyone else to either. Does anyone know how the kip got 3stars?
Location was great; very central and close to museums, etc. Also several restaurants within walking distance. Staff was friendly and helpful. Room was roomy and bathroom very nice.
Going in by POV was a nightmare. Streets are very, very narrow so it's best to find a parking spot on a bigger street close by and walk to the hotel. Walls in the stairway were crumbling in a couple of locations. Stairs were a little narrow and harrowing to maneuver.
Front desk staff very helpful. Walking distance from train and bus station. Front entrance and stairways very historic and beautiful.
Bathtub was so small could not straighten my legs, hand held shower but no shower curtain/door so could not have a proper shower either! Very expensive because we were there on a Fiesta weekend.
When we pulled up outside the hotel down the narrow street we were concerned about it's drab appearance but it was a gem inside. The location of the hotel is ideal for walking around Nimes and seeing the sites. Avignon is only 40 minutes away and well served by bus and rail Both cities have very restricted parking so ideal to park the car in the municipal car park. We didn't have that problem as we were travelling by motorcycle and we parked our motorcycle within the courtyard. A beautiful building quirky due to its' age but to be expected a lift serves all floors. Breakfast was very typical continental.
The breakfast was very continental do not expect a cooked breakfast, we had a top floor room with terrace overlooking the roof tops. The air-conditioning unit was a little noisy but didn't disturb our sleep as it was a very comfortable bed.
Centrally located. Very courteous staff. Clean room with great shower and own espresso machine. Pity no coffee capsules.
Difficult town to drive into. GPS went crazy with one way streets while finding hotel. No parking, but paid parking close at Halle. Very small room, no where to open luggage.
Staff were very helpful and could not be faulted. The rooms are of a good size and clean. The hotel is only a few minutes walk to the centre.
The street it is located is in commercial decline. The road at the side is residential and at times noisy, which the double glazing of the hotel windows does little to combat. The bathroom was the worst feature and no way that of a 4 star facility. It had a bath but no plug and a shower attachment with nowhere to attach it, so if you want to wash it has to be crouched in the bath whilst holding the shower head. This alone would stop me staying here again.
wonderful interior, nicely decorated rooms, tasty breakfast, very nice staff
Friendly and helpful staff. The character of the central interior part of the building.
The bedroom was small and the decor very modern, standardised and characterless - not at all in keeping with the rest of the hotel. The Nespresso machine didn't work.
Unique architecture and spaces in the hotel. Every room seems to have a different layout and appointments. Far from the usual, even for a European hotel. Modernization looks pretty good, but, see minuses. The hotel staff worked hard to arrange extra bed for 5 yr old in our party. Breakfast was well done for a continental style, but way too over-priced.
Remodelling work wasn't complete. , e.g., many temporary extensions cords needed to get everything working. Work was in progress during our visit. All of this will probably be fixed in due course. The shower part of the bath needed a rethink. No towel racks, or soap dish. Toilet area needed hooks for clothing, etc. Breakfast too expensive. Room layout was not convenient, overall, but such is not unusual for a revised space. Carpet was worn (maybe due to be replaced.) Closet had unpleasant odor.
The location is perfect.
Difficult to get there with all the one way streets. No place to park to unload the luggage. With exception of the man who did the check-in and recommended us a perfect restaurant, indifferent reception -and other-personal. Lots of "shabby" aspects as well in the room as in the corridors. Poor breakfast buffet.
The room was clean and tidy.
The bathroom was old and outdated, it felt like a cheap hostel, but clean.
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