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10 avenue Pasteur, 13100 Aix-en-Provence, France – Show map
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Vending Machine (drinks), Express Check-in/Check-out, Baggage Storage, Fax/Photocopying
12:30 PM - 7:00 PM
7:30 AM - 11:00 AM
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Children and Extra Beds
All children are welcome.
All children under 2 years stay free of charge when using existing beds.
All children under 2 years stay free of charge in a crib.
There is no capacity for extra beds in the room.
There is no capacity for cribs in the room.
Pets are not allowed.
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A 4-minute walk from the heart of Aix en Provence, this hotel proposes rooms and apartments with air conditioning and free Wi-Fi. It offers 24-hour reception and is just 700 metres from Aix Cathedral....
Score from 336 reviews Good
Located a 10-minute walk from the center of Aix-en-Provence, the Best Western Le Galice features an outdoor swimming pool and luxury rooms with free Wi-Fi, air conditioning, and satellite TV.
Score from 540 reviews Good
This residence is a 5-minute walk from the cafes and fountains that line the Cours Mirabeau.
Score from 596 reviews Very good
In the heart of Aix-en-Provence, the hotel La Caravelle is in a friendly and family climate. Close access to Cours Mirabeau, District Mazarin, Granet Museum and Palais des Congres.
Score from 491 reviews Good
Friendly and helpful staff. Excellent coffee
I expected a nice view onto the courtyard, as per website.
We arrived pretty early in the morning -- about 9:30 am, but the friendly manager let us occupy our room, even though official check-in time was many hours later. The location is about 15 minutes walk from the train/bus station. Easy to find too. Very peaceful sleeping. Lonely Planet has scored this hotel high for years.
The owner and his wife were very courteous and friendly to me and helped me on arrival. The breakfast was nice and good value. The room was spacious, clean and comfortable
It was located some way from the centre and the train station, but it was a pleasant walk nonetheless as Aix is a pleasant town.
Location Price Quiet Helpful staff
Very basic Small shower No view
The location was close to shoos, restaurants, bakeries and a main square. Easy to walk to the bus and train station from the hotel.
The location is good.
The boss was keen to recommend a taxi company to guests. But it turned out that the taxi company ripped me off by charging very high from the hotel to Nice airport. Based on my experience, the taxi company boss was also very rude and shouted at me when I tried to ask why he charged so high. It was a unbelievable unhappy experience and I could not believe the hotel boss was so keen to recommend the taxi company to guests.
Location, very good staff, cleanliness, the beautiful view of our room, big space (triple room), big bathroom.
No elevator. Shower not so good.
La tranquillità della stanza
Colazione e accoglienza un pò spartana
The location, immediately to the north of the old city, is very handy. In view of this location, the price was reasonable. It was also peaceful and my room faced onto a small garden.
1) The hotel does not have built in air conditioning. It relies on fans in individual rooms, which are less efficient and rather noisy. Even in late September, this meant I didn't sleep as well. 2) There was a hectoring tone to some of the notices in my room (threatening legal action in case of non-payment); and the same rather unfriendly outlook seemed to be reflected in a notice informing us that breakfast in the garden (for all) had been suspended because of the behavious of certain 'clients'; and another notice on the breakfast table informed us that orange juice would cost an extra 1 Euro (in addition to the standard charge of 5 Euros, which covered bread, 1 croissant, and coffee/tea/chocolate).
Lovely large quiet room overlooking garden. Owners and staff very pleasant.Very close to cathedral and old city.
Central location, a block from Aix old town. The place was not empty but my room was very quiet, despite the holiday season and a music festival. The tariff I was charged was very reasonable, so I was not expecting any frills with this hotel - and I did not get any. However, the bed was comfortable enough, despite the bolster, and keeping the fan on all night more or less made up for the lack of air-conditioning. The proprietor was more co-operative than I might have expected in the matter of the trousers I left behind in my room. It's a budget hotel; it's fairly clean; it'll do if you intend to use it only as a place to sleep.
This is a small family-run operation which should seriously think about entering the 21st century a bit. The whole place shuts down in the evening (no late arrivals will be booked in) and on Sundays and public holidays. The abiding feeling is that they are doing you a favour letting you stay there (as is so often the case in France). Half an hour before I was due to check out, I had Madame on the phone shrilly demanding that I leave NOW!! And when I did check out, she had the nerve to say she'd see me next time! No restaurant, no bar, no other facilities; no pillows on the bed, only a bolster (very old school). For 5 euros you can have a breakfast of execrable French coffee, a croissant and a piece of baguette with, not so much jam, as apricot liquid. On the second morning, I went to the nearest coffee shop where I had an excellent continental breakfast for 4.50 euros. So there.
I arrived late, and the code to get in was easy, and the key was just where they said it would be. The view from my shower window! The place was very convienent to the cute old town, but being just outside of it things were very quiet.
Personal pet peeve: A sign saying "please save water" when it took 10 mins for the water to get hot in the shower. They knew nothing about trains when I asked at the desk about the schedule, and seemed annoyed that I was even asking.
The check in time in Hotel Paul is a bit hard for traveller
The hotel is located in close proximity to the old town which was extremely convenient and if you are travelling with a car there is a car park around the corner of the hotel which is €15 a day.
Although the room was very clean the decor was dated and the mattress was not very comfortable as it had some sort of plastic lining underneath. There was quite a lot of noise in the morning in the corridor.
Beautiful garden to enjoy breakfast, and we had picnics of our wonderful market fruits, cheeses, olives, tapanades, etc for lunch or dinner. See French Revolution memorial outside garden. Walk to Chagall atelier. Enjoyed 3 bed room for the two of us. I don't get the 1 * rating.
We called that due to a train strike we would be arriving after 8 pm. Arrangements were made for us to get our key. Not so bad.
- Very good location in the city center - breakfast in the garden
Location wonderful near Cathedral and old city
The staff were very unfriendly and not willing to br helpful. We came in evening by 8 pm well before closing but staff reminded me several times that he was about to close. When I asked about free parking he said it was miles away and Sundays there are no buses on Sundays! However we later found free parking nearby ourselves! He told us all museums were closed Sundays but we found out they were all open sundays! He seemed to be bothered by questions and glad to see us go! We enjoyed the city despite the cold reception by the hotel staff.
The room was silent and the hotel is very close to the city centre. Kind staff, clean room and bathroom.
The room was tiny, as the bathroom. The last time for checking-in is 8h pm and for later arrival a call to the hotel is compulsory.
The rooms very very pleasant indeed. The location is perfect, just a few minutes walk from the old centre of Aix. You do need to remember to give advance warning if you expect to arrive after 7.00 pm as reception closes at that time. The breakfast is minimal but okay. The patron will serve you through a window and you carry your tray out to the pleasant garden.
Nothing. Everything quite adequate for a low-priced hotel.
Excellent proximity to old city. Friendly staff. Comfortable clean room. Close to everything.
good location. Near the center of the city and there's a place for parking nearby. (be sure to park your car there after 7PM and leave before 8AM since the parking lot is cheep at night and parking there becomes very expensive in the daytime.
no air conditioning
Like the Art work, breakfast & location
Great location, clean and good value for money.
I needed to iron a shirt and could only do it in the restaurant on a square table. Highly impractical.
The location is perfect: just next door to the cathedral. For everything else: just very basic hotel, nothing bad, nothing particulary good
The breakfast of 5 eur is classic French breakfast: bad coffee, croissan and half of baguet with butter and jam.
Simple hotel, with good bed, good shower. Excelent localization. Next to a not expensive parking lot.
A little dated. No charm. Good for the price. It is not good for a long stay.
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