Finding an ideal hotel in Aix-en-Provence does not have to be difficult. Welcome to Hotel En Ville, a nice option for travellers like you.
Hotel En Ville is a hotel offering air conditioning in the rooms, and it is easy to stay connected during your stay as free wifi is offered to guests.
The hotel features express check-in and check-out and newspaper. Plus, guests can enjoy an on-site restaurant, which has made this a popular choice among travellers visiting Aix-en-Provence. For guests with a vehicle, there is paid private parking available nearby.
While staying at Hotel En Ville, visitors can check out Cathedrale St. Sauveur (0.2 mi) and Hotel de Ville (0.2 mi), some of Aix-en-Provence's top attractions.
If you like wine bars, Hotel En Ville is conveniently located near La Fromagerie Du Passage, El Primo, and Marasino.
There is no shortage of things to do in the area: explore popular art galleries such as OUVRAGE, Galerie Imbert, and Galerie d'Art Carré d'Artistes.
Hotel En Ville puts the best of Aix-en-Provence at your fingertips, making your stay both relaxing and enjoyable.
I was travelling alone and as such was a little more aware of feeling safe and secure. I was greeted so warmly at this hotel, and each time I passed by reception, Sophie or Laurent made a point to speak with me, engage me in conversation, ask me about my day. On a trip that was sometimes a little lonely, this was especially welcome. I'd requested a superior room and was very pleased with the amenities and especially with the bathroom. The bed was incredibly comfortable, the room was very quiet, and the air conditioning was a welcome respite from the heat wave gripping France while I was there. The beautiful, quiet upper outdoor deck was a lovely space to get away from the bustle of the streets (Although La Rochelle is not particularly large, it is a popular tourist destination for French people so it was a bustling little town! But I want to be sure to specify that the hotel itself is on a quiet plaza and the immediate area is a few blocks removed from all of the hubbub.) I'd return here again without question and recommend it without reservation.…
Our room was noisy, with a broken window held together with tape so that it would stay shut. My complaint about this was met with a shrug and I was told that if I was hot I could use the air conditioner. When I asked what I would do if there was a fire I was told I could then open it. The decor was trying hard to be minimalist but without any style, resulting in a look that was more cheap budget hotel, which really hurts when the room was 130 euros. The towels were grey and rough, there was no wifi connection and the bathroom was poorly finished, with holes in the wall and no shower curtain. I certainly won't be back.
I had a very negative experience booking with Hotel En Ville, and although I did not have the pleasure of actually staying there - I do think it's important for travelers to know the risks involved with booking here (particularly since I see from other user reviews I'm not the only one.) I booked with Hotel En Ville on hotels.com a couple months before my trip to France in July and received email confirmations at the time of booking and the day before I was meant to arrive. An hour before I hopped on my plane, I received an email that my credit card had been declined and my reservation had been cancelled. I called the hotel to have them try again or give them a new card, but they were very unfriendly, and uninterested in helping as they released my reservation and were now full. I called American Express and they said there were zero attempts by the hotel to charge my card - I'm not sure if they really did try the card, or they punched in the wrong number, or maybe they were simply overbooked. Whatever the reason, the appropriate action here would have been to call and speak to me over the phone to resolve the issue - instead of canceling my reservation the day I was meant to arrive. Trying to find a new hotel as I was boarding the plane was as stressful as you might imagine - everything was booked in Aix and I ended up having to stay outside town which was very inconvenient for my 72 year old mother. I walked by the hotel during my stay in Aix and it's very well-located to visit Old Town. But I do believe it's fair to say that their customer service is certainly lacking, and warn people that their bookings are not guaranteed here. …
This was a sleek, no-frills hotel conveniently located right by the old town. Our room was located up two flights of stairs (no elevator.) It was spacious, with efficient air conditioning, an enormous, comfortable bed and a view of the peak of the famous Mont Sainte Victoire (often painted by Cezanne.) The service was very friendly and, although at €12.50 somewhat on the expensive side, the breakfast was good. (Coffee, OJ, croissant, rolls, honey, jam and butter.) As often in French parking garages parking was tight, but doable if your car is not too big. We were very satisfied with this hotel.
Very nice charming hotel well situated. The couple owners make you feel at home and take the time to explain you what to visit and the local customs. It is real professional hostellerie at at a very reasonable price. The rooms are decorated with taste. The BaBa restaurant offers a fantastic Ceviche and the food was very fresh and excellent. We will definitely go back!!!