The Ibis Aix-en-Provence hotel is close to the main motorways ( A8; outside 31) located in a green and pleasant setting. It is an ideal point of departure for exploring Monte Ste Victoire. The sports centre of Val de l.Arc is a few minutes away on foot.
124 Air-conditioned rooms, all renoved, are available for booking.
A new bar with a large terrace is open 24/24 for light meals and snacks.
A new restaurant Pasta et Noodles has been open on march 2015.
A swimming pool ( 28° C) is open from may to october.
Guests on a business trip can use the Wifi wireless Internet connection.
The hotel offers free private parking.
Rooms beginning to look tired. Found some crushed chips on floor, then a long hair on bathroom wall, and finally dried pee on toilet, all in first 15 mins. Cleaned each discovery up myself because it wasn’t until I found the dried pee that I realized how bad the cleaning had been. Still a good 3-star hotel but nothing like how it used to be when it first opened. Good efforts for COVID-19 management. Breakfast buffet has variety and quality.
Room was really dirty. The air condition was black from dirt. Also the floor of the bathroom.. Friendly people and nice terrace On 3 nights they do not clean you room Poor service for 100 euros a night I prefer to pay a bit more and get clean room and cleaning every day.
There really isn't much wrong with this hotel, but I wouldn't choose to stay here again due to the tiny rooms! Hotel is easy to find, it has a big, free car park. Reception and staff are friendly and helpful, it's all very modern and casual as they check you in on their smartphones. The reception, bar and restaurant area are all modern and spacious and bright with a good choice of food (an amusing interaction with a server who gave us an English menu at dinner and then couldn't understand which desserts we were choosing, so I ended up translating them back into French for her, and still ended up with the wrong thing...!) Breakfast is great with a good selection of food. However, the rooms were unexpectedly small. I felt a little claustrophobic the moment I walked in. The bed takes up about 75% of the room, you almost have to shuffle sideways to get around it. The side of the bed I slept in was so close to the wall you had to crab-walk to get in and out. The bathroom, ironically, is a very good size with a large shower area. This was just a stopover en route to somewhere else, and I spent most of the evening in the reception/lounge area which is very comfortable, with Wifi, and just watched TV on my tablet. I couldn't imagine staying here more than one night, I'd go stir crazy with two people in a room that size. But if that isn't a problem for you, then it is recommended. Cannot comment on location in relation to other areas as we were just passing through. Swimming pool was empty and closed in Feb 2020, probably a seasonal thing.…
Nice Ibis accomodation with minimarket, restaurant and wide green outside areas (including a pool, unfortunately not enjoyable in winter). Pets allowed and huge outside parking are another plus (and, surprisingly, there are several Tesla superchargers for electrical cars too). Restaurant offers options also for vegans and is a good option considering that in the surrounding area there are not so many options at walking distance on a winter rainy day. The position is easily reachable from the motorway, but is not so close to visit the city centre. We went one time on foot, but I wouldn't advise it to people who don't like walking; another option is the bus: connections are good, but it was a bit tricky to find details online.
Would recommend this hotel location short taxi ride into aix en provence A bit quirky but great hotel The swimming pool and surrounding grounds are first class the restaurant could have a better food choice but still good