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Hotel des Quatre Dauphins
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Reviewed 13 August 2009

The hotel is excellently situated five minutes from the Cours Mirabeau. The room I stayed in was pleasant - quite small but fine for what we wanted - and had a lovely new bathroom with a great power shower. The hotel itself was *quite* noisy at night, but only in terms of people walking up and down the stairs and the doorbell being rung - it didn't really keep me awake but it wasn't totally peaceful either. For the price though it was pretty good value for money. The wifi which is provided isn't free, it costs about 5 euros for your stay - we paid but then couldn't get a good enough signal in our room to actually use it!

My only suggestion would be not to go for the breakfast as it is 9 euros and elsewhere in town you can get a better breakfast looking out onto a nice square for less than 5 euros.

  • Stayed: August 2009, travelled as a couple
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Thank thatgirl101
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Reviewed 2 July 2009

Hotel des Quatre Dauphins is a good budget choice for Aix. It is ideally situated in the Quatier Mazarin, truly the nicest part of Aix. It is on a beautiful 17th c. street that is fairly quiet. The hotel itself is an old structure without the best soundproofing. Our room was tiny, barely containg a bed, two end tables and a desk. The bed was comfortable. The bathroom was nearly as large as the room and was attractive and modern. The plumbing worked well. While I would have rather stayed at the Hotel Cezanne, the Quatre Dauphins was an adequate choice and was quite a good value.

  • Stayed: June 2009, travelled as a couple
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1  Thank BostonGoose
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Reviewed 21 November 2008

This small, family-run hotel is a gem in Aix-En-Provence. The proprietors are very helpful and gracious in helping even the most timid traveler feel at home, and the rooms are very comfortable, with lovely Provençal color schemes, comfortable beds, and modern, en-suite bathrooms. The price is right, too, and the location is convenient, yet quiet.

If traveling in Aix, it's worth a stay: great place, great value.

  • Stayed: November 2008, travelled as a couple
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Thank songfta
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Reviewed 20 September 2008

I feel that I need to stick up for Aix-en-Provence as it seems to have been suffering a few attacks. I have studied and lived in Aix-en-Provence and it is a bourgeois/student town. However, it has so much to offer if you venture away from the generalised/under-researched guide books. The problem is that many guides describe Aix as if they have passed through on a whirlwind checklist tour. Therefore the 'grands cafés' of the Cour Mirabeau and pretentious restaurants and boutiques are always mentioned. What isn't mentioned is the beautiful architecture and amazing café culture as well as some lovely parks. Maybe I'm biased, and maybe if you are a tourist wanting to tick off the big sites then this isn't for you. But Aix is the Paris chic of Provence (but with a warmer welcome) and you have to enjoy it for that. The Quatre Dauphins is a classic French hotel, and perfectly located- just a few minutes from the Cours Mirabeau, and if you keep walking in a straight direction you will reach Parc Jourdan which is a lovely little park next to the university. I get upset when tourists shrug off places before they have even discovered the hidden gems of these beautiful towns. Go and visit the amazing food market in Place Richelme then, at about 1pm, watch as it gets miraculously transformed into an extended outside café area. Have a few apéritifs, watch the world go by and find a little restaurant down the rue de la Verrerie followed by a night cap on the cours Mirabeau. There, it wasn't so bad after all!!

  • Stayed: September 2008
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4  Thank Fairy2410
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Reviewed 16 October 2007

Been staying here for several years & although the staf are great, the quality of the rooms is dropping. Desperately needs some painting & fixing.

  • Stayed: June 2007, travelled as a couple
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2  Thank LarieM
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