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315 Montée D'Avignon, 13090 Aix-en-Provence, France – Show map
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Outdoor Pool, Grounds, Terrace, Sun Deck
Tennis Court, Fitness Center, Massage
Food & Drink
Restaurant, Breakfast in the Room
WiFi is available in all areas and is free of charge.
Free private parking is available on site (reservation is not needed).
Room Service, Car Rental, Baggage Storage, Laundry, Meeting/Banquet Facilities, Fax/Photocopying, Souvenir/Gift Shop
Newspapers, Safe, Shops (on site), Non-smoking Rooms, Facilities for Disabled Guests, Elevator, Heating, All Spaces Non-Smoking (public and private)
2:00 PM - 9:00 PM
7:30 AM - 12:00 PM
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Children and Extra Beds
All children are welcome.
All children under 5 years stay free of charge when using existing beds.
All children under 2 years are charged EUR 27 per person per night in a crib.
All older children or adults are charged EUR 27 per person per night for extra beds.
The maximum number of extra beds/cribs in a room is 2.
Additional fees are not calculated automatically in the total cost and will have to be paid for separately during your stay.
Pets are allowed. No extra charges.
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Le Pigonnet is an elegant country house which combines 18th-century refinement with contemporary style.
Score from 146 reviews Good
Le Clos de Celony is 5 km from the centre of Aix-en-Provence and 30 km from Marseille Airport. It offers a heated outdoor swimming pool and self-catering studios with free Wi-Fi access.
Score from 376 reviews 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 203 reviews Wonderful
Best Western Hôtel de l'Arbois is 5 minutes from the TGV Train Station and 15 minutes from International Airport Marseille-Provence. It offers a hot tub, sauna and a fitness center.
Score from 309 reviews Good
The staff was very helpful and friendly. We were very comfortable in our room. The room was huge with a king size bed. The restaurant is delicious. We would highly reccomend this hotel, there is nothing not to love!
Location and easy access to Aix en Provence. Service standards were very high with professional and friendly staff. Excellent breakfasts
The location in proximity to most major points of interest in Provence was excellent. Very quaint, quiet area, rooms were large for France standards, grounds are beautiful and the staff very accomodating......particularly the pleasant hostes at breakfast. Excellent dining areas and menus.
No coffee in room other than instant packages.
Gym small but quite good for a small hotel
Decor and furniture dated .Clothes hangers were laundry wire or cheap plastic . Many indications of shoddy workmanship.Paths were poorly cobbled so could not use wheels on heavy suitcases.Wifi only worked for 30 minutes in week so had to spend 40 Euro daily in taxis to get connected While cannot say where I became ill I ate in three restaurants during my stay incl the hotel's and I became ill with salmonella. If I had booked one day later I could have had a 5star hotel in Aix for less than I paid here .All in all my most disappointing hotel since 1985 in Shanghai .
I very tired hotel in a bad location next to a main road. The website sets it in a lovely country location.
Beautiful surroundings, very peaceful and relaxing. Great food served in the restaurant.
It's just off a very busy road, so there's some noise. There was a bath with shower attachment instead of a proper shower. Both these are minor niggles.
The grounds are absolutely lovely and the swimming pool has a charming vintage feel. There is a nice tennis court and an adequate fitness room. The terrace has a special atmosphere and the cheese selection and wine list are excellent.
There is no food available Sunday pm to Monday pm (not even a sandwich as the kitchen is firmly closed) which makes a trip to town necessary. This is EUR 14 each way and a real hassle as there are few taxies available to get back from Aix in the late evening (40 min wait) - also the need to leave spoils somewhat the sense of seclusion and makes it a less optimal choice for a weekend away from it all.
I thought the hotel itself and the surroundings were lovely and beautiful. The decor and condition of the room was good and very clean. But service, friendliness and a good attitude are critical to me when it comes to hotels - and due to the attitude of the general manager that I dealt with (see negatives), I'm afraid I cannot recommend this place... If not for him, the hotel is lovely.
1) The bath has no shower head holder and no shower screen, making it a bit tricky to have a shower. Not a big problem, but also something that would be easy to solve. 2) Wifi is terrible... cuts out all the time and is very slow when connected. Again, not a big problem, but frustrating when I needed to do some research for the trip! 3) The hotel is around a 10 min drive to the town centre. There is no shuttle bus. They recommend a bus (that comes every half hour) or taxi. Some might find this a bit prohibitive... All three of these were ok - but this last one left me SHOCKED... 4) The bad attitude by the hotel manager (Christian? I didn't catch his name properly... see below) ruined my entire stay there. I basically got accused by him of lying when I told him (and pleaded with him) that I had an uncomfortable night of sleep and would appreciate a change in room. The reason for my uncomfortable sleep is not important (since it was probably partially down to me being a very sensitive sleeper) - but what caught me by surprise was the terrible attitude that the manager had. After I tried to explain to him the problem, his first response was - "you booked via booking.com, yes?". I wasn't sure what the relevance of this question was, but I answered "yes". This becomes relevant later... Anyway, once I answered yes, he said that the problem cannot be true because no one else had complained of this before. He did not apologise, or even do anything to try to understand more what the problem was (even if it was me being more sensitive than his other typical guests). He then said I had three options: 1) I could pay €40 extra to change to their only other available room (a discounted rate for a larger room - but I didn't feel right to have to pay to solve a problem that was not my fault); 2) I could just leave and find another hotel (not appealing - given it was 4pm already, in the middle of summer holidays!
Food and design was amazing.
Location next to the road.
spacious rooms and great kitchenette, beautiful restaurant, lovely pool. Stylish. lovely gardens. I came here 34 years ago and it's just as lovely.
Terrible wi fi! so near a busy road, though it doesn't make too much noise.
Large well equipped room with comfortable bed and very new and good bathroom Food at dinner very good breakfast good but expensive
Staff at reception helpful but a little uninterested in guests - I would have expected a small hotel to have made a little conversation and offered some advice regarding the area and restaurants etc. Room a little gloomy and needs more light
- The grounds and hotel itself are so beautiful. The pond and trees are enchanting and it's a perfect 'Provence' experience, away from the center of town. - The room is large and beautifully appointed. - The bathroom is clean and spacious. - The staff are lovely and courteous.
- Wifi was very weak and sporadic. Although I didn't come to Provence to use the internet, there is little else to do in a thunderstorm, which made it unbearable without a good wifi connection. This is very easy to fix. - Sunlounges on balcony were covered in dirt from the roof, never cleaned during my stay. I put a towel down, but again this is easy to fix. - This seems to be more to do with French hotels in general, but a double room equates to two single beds pushed together. Ok when I'm staying in other hotels, but not for a 4 star hotel, I expected a comfortable bed without a gap in the middle. - No iron and ironing board in bedroom. Asking for one was met with slight confusion. Wore wrinkled clothes instead of using pressing service. This isn't a large hotel where this would be hard to provide them for each room, this would be easy and cheap to do. - Breakfast was lovely but at 10am I seemed to have missed it all - only one serve of eggs, two slices of bacon, two sausages. I was lucky, but I felt bad for the man who sat down after me. Don't let the above deter you. My advice is to go when the weather is great, and get a better room (a Queen bed, etc), go early for breakfast, and bring clothes that don't need much ironing. This really is a great hotel, and deserves it's four stars, it just needs a little attention to some simple fixes.
Helpful staff. Lovely big room, but rather old-fashioned
Poor lighting in room. Personal terrace area not very clean.
Magnificent premises, immaculately kept; very high level of service; delicious dinner in the restaurant; very comfortable rooms with excellent fittings; helpful advice and assistance from the staff
Wireless unavailable - although we believe it was a provider issue
Staff were excellent. Great setting and food top notch
Water at 6 euros a bottle. You feel that is excessive!
Dinner was excellent in beautiful outdoor location. Staff were outstanding.
Room was very comfortable and a good size, but bathroom a little tired could do with updating.
The whole ambience. The beauty. The relaxed atmosphere. The beauty. The luxury
I would have liked a shuttle into the centre of aix
We love spending here the last nights of our visits to provence so we keep returning to this place although it is a rather expensive one, and probably do so in the future. We adore its location just 5 minutes away from the City center, on a hill's slope with the open natural area; the stone-wood-iron beautiful building; its spacious rooms; large flowering shady grounds and it's wonderful gourment restaurent - one of the best we ever visited. The restaurant is worth attending for itself, even if you do not stay at the hotel.
wi-fi disconnects frequently requirng frustrating, long reconnecting.
Staff is excellent, has facilities more like a large hotel including an adequate gym which is very hard to find in an auberge type setting. The dining room, and dinner are fabulous and a cost bargain. Petit dejeuner is substantial at a reasonable cost and in a lovely setting.
Some of the facility is getting a bit run down at the edgers
What a beautiful hotel! We had three lovely days staying at this property! The staff were wonderful, the restaurant served amazing food and the rooms were extremely comfortable! Clean and tidy large rooms! The grounds are spectacular!
Our SECOND room was comfortable and well furnished.
Our first room was shabby and in bad repair. You cannot walk to anywhere. The location requires you to drive into Aix where traffic is congested.
Restaurant was amazing
No shower only bathtub
This hotel was good; the rooms were large — and the bed was the largest we've ever slept in. The breakfasts were good (especially the home-made jams) though a bit pricey for what you got. We ate dinner twice and they were both extremely good and not over-priced at all.
Well, here there are some problems. First there was a problem finding the place because the address that appears on the Booking.com reservation is incorrect. If you're using Google Maps or Waze, enter the name of the hotel and NOT the address given. We ended up in the central square of old Aix twice, which was an embarrassment. We did eventually get to the place, though. Then there was the issue of disabled-friendly. My wife has a problem walking and uses a stick or rollator (depending on how she is feeling on the day). Our room involved a walk around the main building of the hotel so we drove the car to and from. Even when we parked the car at the nearest point to the room, there was a 50-60 metre walk — but although there was a light outside the door it only came on when you reached within 2m of the door, so you had to negotiate the rest across grass, paving stones and steps. Fortunately, the iPhone provides a wonderful torch/flashlight! There is free wi-fi — when it works—most of the time we were out of range. All in all, comfortable and clean but somewhat overpriced for what you get!