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Reviewed 17 October 2017

+: The staff was welcoming and helpful - we had problems with window not locking & they solved immediately; The fastness of the check-out process; Availability of the parking spot; Walking distance to the center of Aix-en-Provence

-: The room was old and needed renovation - you could feel it especially in the bathroom

  • Stayed: October 2017, travelled as a couple
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Reviewed 12 October 2017

We stayed here again (previously 3 years ago)...a testament in itself.
Quiet rooms, good breakfast, friendly accommodating staff. We like the locaiton (has car parking onsite) since it's close to a bus stop that is maybe a 5 minute trip to city center (maybe a 15-20 minute walk).

  • Stayed: September 2017, travelled as a couple
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Reviewed 25 September 2017

We stayed for 4 nights in late July, and while it wasn't flashy, it was good for what we needed. The rooms and baths look recently remodeled, if the decor is a bit basic. The bed was really comfortable, and the bath was roomy with a good deep tub. The breakfast was nice, though the coffee machines were a bit of a surprise. The coffee was fine. The area around the hotel isn't much to talk about, but there is a nice cafe and bakery around the corner, and a grocery store about 5 minutes away. The walk into town is about 15-20 minutes but easy, and shaded in the morning and later in the afternoon. There was plenty of parking in the garage. My father had a leaking AC unit in his room and once he alerted them they had him in a new room within an hour. We don't really have any complaints about our stay. Its not the flashiest hotel, but for us, out and about for most of the day, it did the job.

  • Stayed: July 2017, travelled with family
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Thank Eric G
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Reviewed 18 September 2017 via mobile

Very tired and dreary hotel. The rooms were kept clean but the common areas are awful. Needs a complete overhaul. If you just want somewhere inexpensive to sleep it will suffice. The bar was out of beer for several days.

Stayed: September 2017, travelled on business
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Reviewed 14 September 2017

A quick check-in with a small coach party, cases came up very promptly. A lovely large room with a safe, TV, T/C, fridge, plenty of hangers, not much shelving to put things on or cupboards. A lovely firm bed, good lighting and mirrors. Air con VG. The bathroom had a bath/shower. No slip mats but told to use a towel, a separate bidet and loo. Liquid soap and lovely large thick towels. We stayed for 3 nights and had dinner in for 2 of them. The 2nd night we had Lucas and Lionel serving us, plus another party of about 20+. These two young men were amazing running about with food and drinks. No one was kept waiting, they were amazing. I was impressed. This was served outside by the pool. The pool area not large, but the pool a good size, towels provided if requested. BF a good variety of fresh fruit, yogurt and breads. I loved the dining room decoration of large chandeliers and one wall had 3 large paintings of French ladies dancing. Table clearing tended to be a bit slow and the tables are not very large. Dietary needs taken care of . Near a rail line, but l didn't hear any trains. The hotel is about 15 min's walk to the centre of town, on Thursdays they have a street market. Also a Noddy train which l used, to see more of the area. Enjoyed my stay.

Room Tip: Most rooms seemed well sound proofed
  • Stayed: September 2017, travelled with friends
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