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We spent two nights here and recommend it for the friendly staff, excellent breakfast, and perfect location. Had a bit of trouble getting to it with all the one way streets, and we're glad we had reserved a parking place in their garage. And if...More
my first time in Arles I needed a hotel in the old town, the hotel du musee is superb, perfectly situated for all sight-seeing visits. a warm welcome and a lovely lovely setting, shady courtyard, smashing breakfast, quiet nights. I would return any time!
When planning our trip to France I had a terrible time choosing between the Hotel Du Musee and another place very close to the arena. I worried the Hotel Du Musee wouldn't be close enough to the sites, but it turned out to be a...More
This hotel was booked through Expedia so that might be the reason we had a little bit of trouble with the reservation. We had requested 2 double rooms with twin beds and thought that was what we had but then the price was raised so...More
This is our idea of the perfect hotel. Quiet location in the old part of town, quirky old house with a delightful courtyard in the middle where you can have breakfast (proper continental brekky: cheese, salami, boiled eggs), huge room, very plain but spotless, friendly...More
Hi, We walked both from the Train station on arrival and back again on departure - on the way in we went through the old city gate and you pass by the hotel/bar that Van Gogh stayed in at some point - we were early for our... More
Hi, We walked both from the Train station on arrival and back again on departure - on the way in we went through the old city gate and you pass by the hotel/bar that Van Gogh stayed in at some point - we were early for our room, so walked straight into the old town centre to sit down for a drink.
Again, on leaving we walked, but this time along the river.
I would say it's a 15 minute stroll either way, so if you only have small/Medium suitcase or hand luggage to take with you then it's not a problem.