I booked a room in that hotal as a last-time option for this past New Year's Eve. The staff was helpful, providing us with information on where to eat and the places to visit. It is located at a silent neigbourhood just 10 minutes walking to the center of the village. The room…
Surrounded by Renault salon and literally by new and used cars, walking distance from old city of Aix. Rooms are little oldschool but clean, breakfast is OK. We got lunch and diner, all were fine, the wines as well. Free and fast wireless internet.
The location of the hotel didn't bother me, the parking wasn't great, the room had a great tv screen but no 4 stars amenities, the mini bar had only 1 bottle of water, the breakfast however was good but overall I have to say this is not a 4 star hotel; more like a 3 stars that…
Nice rooms for meetings, good breaks, high quality coffee, and staff always available and ready to help. Staff accommodated the menus to the group requirements (many vergaterians, vegans, etc) and were always smily.
The reception staff never seemed interested in me when I spoke with them... when I checked out the man and lady spoke french all the time even though they knew I was English. The breakfast was a real disappointment and there was no restaurant all weekend. This was not mentioned…
"We had a room at the top which was very good as the main street can get quite busy."
"Room 120 is a suite, views over car park, but quiet."
"Most rooms seemed well sound proofed"
"I prefer showers to baths. Improve on soaps, "
"All rooms quiet but no rooms have a good view."