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2250 ROUTE CEZANNE, 13100 Aix-en-Provence, France – Show map
Excellent location – rated 9.2/10! (score from 246 reviews)
Rated by guests after their stay at Les Lodges Sainte-Victoire.
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Outdoor Pool (all year), Grounds, Terrace
Sauna, Fitness Center, Spa, Indoor Pool, Bicycle Rental
Food & Drink
Restaurant, Bar, Breakfast in the Room
Free private parking is available on site (reservation is not needed).
24-Hour Front Desk, Baggage Storage
Newspapers, Safe, Non-smoking Rooms, Facilities for Disabled Guests, Family Rooms, Elevator, All Spaces Non-Smoking (public and private)
Portuguese, Italian, French, Spanish, English, German
3:00 PM - 11:00 PM
6:00 AM - 12:00 PM
Children and Extra Beds
All children are welcome.
One child under 2 years stays free of charge when using existing beds.
One child under 2 years stays free of charge in a crib.
One older child or adult is charged EUR 50 per person per night in an extra bed.
The maximum number of extra beds/cribs in a room is 1.
Any type of extra bed or crib is upon request and needs to be confirmed by management.
Pets are allowed on request. Charges may apply.
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Surrounded by a beautiful garden, Aquabella features Provencal-style rooms and guests have free access to the spa. It is in central Aix-en-Provence, a short walk from the historic quarter.
Score from 675 reviews Very good
Just over 1 mile from Aix-en-Provence Train Station, Renaissance Aix-en-Provence Hotel features a spa area with a heated indoor swimming pool, a steam room, a fitness room, and a spa with 2 treatment...
Score from 251 reviews Wonderful
In the heart of Marseille Provence Airport, the hotel offers a free shuttle service. Guests are invited to use the outdoor swimming pool and the tennis court.
Score from 567 reviews Excellent
Located on a peaceful street in the center of Aix-en-Provence, this residence is a 10-minute walk from the cafes and fountains on Cours Mirabeau. Gare d’Aix-en-Provence is half a mile away.
Score from 571 reviews Excellent
The location in a secured park with fabulous view on the ste Victoire mountain The deco, modern but cosy. The very attentive service Fab food at the restaurant
Views were fantastic! Service was excellent.
Restraurant was pricey, and menu did not change thru the week.
The swimming pools, the view, the decoration
I loved the setting of the hotel as well as the interiors of the hotel including the rooms. The staff with one exception was very kind and helpful. I had an amazing hot stone massage while I was there.
The room service menu had a very limited selection and the quality of the food was average. The minibar had a great beverage selection, but only 3 food items. Since the hotel is a 10 minute drive from any restaurants or stores better food options on-site would've been a huge improvement.
If you would like to stay in a relaxing environment and you don't prefer to stay in the city centre but want to be close to the city centre, this is the perfect place. The staff was really helpful and kind. We loved the outside heated infinity pool. Spa treatments are really good. There is a one michelin star restaurant in the premises which is a bonus, the food was really delicious.
The only thing they could change is that besides the michelin restaurant, the bar within the hotel does not offer too much option for snacks.
It is beautiful, quiet and very spacious rooms
The bedrooms are very well furnished and spacious with excellent en-suite facilities. The relatively modern interior and furniture can be a welcome relief from the more traditional French hotel decor. Both the indoor and outdoor pools are very attractive.
The hotel is not within walking distance of the village which means you are dependant on the very expensive hotel and restaurant catering facilities.
Although almost entirely re-built, the location retains some vestiges of what must have been originally a Provencal villa - the lovely gardens have been sensitively restored, preserving old steps and fountains. The lodges are discreetly positioned so don't spoil this sense. The rooms are spacious and I had a terrace to myself which was peaceful and sunny. The terrace of what must have been the old house under mature plane trees is lovely too.Beware of rooms near the filtration plant for the (very fine) outdoor pool as it is quite noisy. The Michelin star restaurant is excellent and the staff were friendly and not overly formal. It was fine to have a main course and wine only and I was by no means the only solitary diner. Indeed one of the pleasures of this hotel is that it felt fine to be an unaccompanied guest. Some design features might be improved in rooms - whoever positioned bathroom mirrors had never tried to put on mascara!
Breakfast at €25 was poor. Fruit salad was of the insipid mass hotel produced variety (no fresh fruit bowl), 'flocons d'avoine' (oats) turned out to be a packet of sweetened crunchie, eggs were charged extra, jam was jars. I have had marvellous breakfasts in modest hotels. They should be able to do better than this. Bar food was OK but very limited. The Relais Cézanne in Le Tholonet close by does excellent lunches and dinner on fri and sat. Main plea: PLEASE do some work on leaf tea and how to make it. Tepid water and a tea bag floating in it is not tea! Even in the restaurant, a request for camomile tea produced a tea bag in a pot of warm water - not good enough, especially when nearby Aix has specialist tea shops.I stayed an extra night but went out for breakfast after the first day.
We stayed for 1 night. The hotel is in a hill between Aix (7min) and Tholenet (5min). The pool although small is nice. They have another heated pool inside the spa. The massages at the spa are amazing. I recommend you take one. The atmosphere is fine more for a romantic stay
The hallway was smelly. The room is a little small for a 4 star but overall good (the bathroom is big).
Beautiful setting, great facilities, a real treat as regards location and surroundings. Friendly staff - in general.
Night porter lacking the most basic attitudes of politeness and empathy - and professional competence. Never meets the standards of a 4 x hotel. Does not get up from his chair to welcome, does not ask about wishes and travel, does not wish safe journey, does not check comprehension of what he says but takes for granted that everyone understands his native accent. Further, the hotel charges no less than € 50 (five-oh) per day/night for a dog, with no dog-related service (food, blanket etc) at all being consumed.
Location Room and grounds
The cost of breakfast was exorbitant!
Wonderful staff that know your name when you arrive if you have stayed there before. Very professional. Very trendy decor.
Only one restaurant and in room dining menu is quite limited. The restaurant is superb but when you have three your children although they can accommodate its perhaps not suited.
Les Lodges Sainte-Victoire was an amazing place to stay! It's a beautiful resort tucked in a vineyard in the South of France. The rooms and bathrooms are large and beautiful. It was a relaxing experience.
Perfect location for a trip to Aix and surroundings. Only a few kilometres away from the city of Aix but already in a landscape surrounding. Rooms are modern, spacious and provide good beds. Also the shower design is convincing. Staff very helpful with inquiries.
Air condition in the gym didn't work for a couple of days. Breakfast too expensive for people who would like to enjoy only coffee and croissant.
We loved the premises and the surroundings of the hotel. The rooms a beautiful and spacious. Despite the insane prices the quality of the food is very good so we splurged on dinners (hotel bar not the michelin restaurant next door) and skipped the pricey breakfast. We found a bakery nearby and got delicious croissants for the road instead:) Nevertheless, I would go back for a relaxing and romantic time in Provence.
The food is severely overpriced. It seems that they know guests either need to venture out to the town for a meal or just pay the high prices (I.E. 45 euro for a lobster salad and 25 euro for a glass of champagne).
Very nice rooms Excellent and very kind staff The SPA is beautiful and for free
Extras too expensive (25 eur for breakfast and 7 eur for a beer from minibar!)
Helpful staff...we get an excellent employee who helped us really late at night and one not as warm! Beautiful setting n great breakfast!
Showers a bit impersonal! Lack cozy feelings
Friendly staff, nice environment
Slow wifi, small breakfast, good, but not outstanding restaurant at very high price
Location, hotel, pool etc
Extras were very expensive, no breakfast included, coffee, drinks, meals etc
Absolutely everything, including the one Michelin star restaurant on site.
Didn't get to stay long enough.
Excellent hotel and facilities, very helpful staff, delightful breakfasts,set in a beautiful rural location. We really enjoyed our 3 night stay.
The hotel is very new and had top notch facilities. The service by conceirge was OUTSTANDING. We felt we had found the best place to spend time in Provence. Relaxing, amazing grounds to walk around and the pool was spectacular. It is 5 minutes from Aix-en-Provence and totally in the country with no city noise.
My only complaint would be the food service at the bar - our food order was forgotten twice by the barman. It would also be nice to have the hours for food service extended a bit as we were traveling from overseas and it closes quite early.
The pool was heated to 29 degs which is wonderful but very unusual in France. The hotel had put feather pillows on the bed as we had requested not the hard ones you find in most hotels. The food in the Michelin star restaurant was excellent and the wine reasonably priced. The room was very quiet with double sinks in the bathroom and great shower. Free Nespresso coffee was a bonus.
The champagne aperitif at Euros 18 per glass was very expensive.
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