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Le Prieure Hotel Restaurant
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Reviewed 14 November 2012

The hotel is really conveniently located for exploring the nearby charming towns and sights, however the hotel itself is a bit tricky to find. From the parking a gorgeous flower archway leads to the inner courtyard and the reception. The grounds are really nice, especially the old lime tree, that was in full blossom during our stay. 
We stayed for two nights in the room #54, which was spacious, comfortably furnished and clean, however lacking individuality. The view over the pool was charming. The price for two nights was 495 euro (270+225). 
It appeared to have been limited choice of decent restaurants nearby, so we dined in the hotel. The food was great, but not exceptional. The service was inappropriately pompous. The total bill for two modest dinners a la carte without wine amounted to 370 euro. The unusual thing was to pay 42 euro for the starter, whereas the main course cost almost the same - 46-48 euro. 

  • Stayed: May 2012, travelled with family
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Reviewed 13 November 2012

We were traveling with friends that found a great rate for this hotel in the off-season. Mistral winds at the end of October made our sightseeing a little more challenging, but Le Prieuré offered a welcome refuge. The staff of both the hotel and restaurant were top notch. The room, just the classic, was wonderful. It was plenty big, nicely furnished, and had a nice view over the pool and grounds. Our meal, while not the bargain of the room rate (and in fact comparable in price), was incredible.

On a previous visit to Avignon, my wife and I stayed in Avignon proper which was nice for walking around the city, but was a challenge for parking as that hotel didn't have their own, and was blocks away from any parking whatsoever. I was slightly concerned about the convenience of Villeneuve-les-Avignon. While the hotel is a little hard to find, once you find it, you are pretty well set. There is plenty of parking, and if you want to visit Avignon, it is a short drive across the river. We drove across and parked under the Palais du Pape for our site seeing. As for finding the hotel, our GPS didn't have Place du Chapitre in its database, just Impasse du Chapitre, which as the name implies, is a dead end. Look at the map linked from Le Prieuré website before going if you are driving.

  • Stayed: October 2012, travelled with friends
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Reviewed 7 November 2012

Great hotel to enjoy the history, art and beauty of Villeneuve Avignon and Avignon across the road. Staff were lovely and were particularly helpful with our one year old Grace. We were offered another room when the one allocated wasn't quite right as it didn't have a separate closed off area for our baby to sleep in. The setting was lovely and our lunch at the restaurant very very good. Would definitely go back and would definitely recommend! Merci!

  • Stayed: October 2012, travelled with family
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Reviewed 1 November 2012

Beautiful hotel in a beautiful Province village. Very convenient location to visit other Provence villages, Marseille and Cassis. Beautiful rooms. Very comfortable stay with two boys aged 8 and 10. The restaurant has a Michelin star desering a Michelin star unlike the ones in the US. Very cordial and hospitable staf.

Room Tip: If you are travlling with kids room 1 is wonderful!
  • Stayed: October 2012, travelled with family
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1  Thank Ozlem Y
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Reviewed 25 October 2012

Very nice large rooms - complete with large balcony. The bed was not that comfortable (sheets not 5 star quality). Large bathroom but no shower door – wet floor, minor inconvenience. Towels re-hung even if I put them on the floor. Restaurant was excellent but the ambiance could have used a classical guitar, harp or…something to enhance mood. At 200+ euro (for 2), dinner was well worth the experience. However, 25 Euros for continental breakfast was a bit high.No hot pots in room but they will deliver hot water for tea to the room (inconvenient). Staff friendly but for a 5 star establishment, they always seemed short handed. Excellent location, a bit hard to get to but not impossible. Construction in streets a bit of a bother but the town is wonderful. Great base for Provence visits. While not perfect, we would definitely return to this hotel and town.

Room Tip: rooms facing pool with balcony were sunny but you do hear (not see) train, not a bother for us when inside the room.
  • Stayed: October 2012, travelled as a couple
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Thank Ikita
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