Most of the rooms are on the upper floor and there is no elevator; the
stairs are not very steep, but the ceiling is high so there are a lot of
steps. There are terraces as shown in the online photo, but they are
quite small internal courtyards and guests are not allowed to eat or
drink there. There is only one picture on the walls of the room and all
you can see from the bed is a rather spartan wooden built-in wardrobe.
The wifi was so slow part of the time that it was impossible to use the
internet without timing out on e-mail and websites. The hotel is on a
one-way ring road around the old city that is very busy at rush hour and
although we found on-street parking on the first day, we were not told
that there are two huge free parking lots within two blocks of the
hotel. Consequently, I drove in circles around the old city for over an
our before a parking space opened up. The breakfast is certainly
copious, but the sausages were pretty awful and the scrambled eggs were
too wet for my taste.
The bar area was very cozy, the bed was comfortable, the bathrooms were
very nicely done, the a/c works well and the evening desk clerk on
our third night was very helpful. The hotel is right across from the old
city, which has one of the best markets in Provence.