The superior room we had booked was spacious with a view over the main road and the city walls. The air conditioning kept us cool during the heat of the day. The rooftop pool is very small but useful for a quick dip to cool off.
Traveller from UK
This modern hotel is just two minutes' walk from central Avignon, opposite the city ramparts; the SNCF train station is 100 …More
The visit to Avignon was enjoyable and which was heightened by the fact that there local annual festival was in action making the streets lively and entertaining. The visit to the countryside was a highlight was us.
Located in the heart of Avignon, this hotel is within a 10-minute walk of Place de l'Horloge, Palais des Papes, and Musee du …More
Really nice place. Hostess was nice and provided a map of the city with some instructions on where things were. You can quickly walk to everything from here. Nothing in the Avignon city walls is more than a 5 or 10 min walk from here. The room was beautiful, clean. Nice little sitting garden. Really good place.
Traveller from Paris
Located in the heart of Avignon, this apartment is within a 15-minute walk of Place de l'Horloge, Palais des Papes, and Musee …More
This is a classy bed and breakfast in a quiet corner of Avignon, just 10-15 minutes walk from the centre and not far from some lovely restaurants. Aida was the perfect hostess - charming, helpful and informative but not in an intrusive way. We had the Blue Room which was absolutely lovely (fabulous ensuite with walk-in shower) and overlooked the secluded courtyard, a delightful place to sit in the late afternoon sun with a book and a glass of something. The room was spotlessly clean and very comfortable. Le Clos du Rempart is a stylish fusion of traditional French, north African and contemporary. We loved it and look forward to a return visit.
Traveller from London
Located in the heart of Avignon, this bed & breakfast is within a 15-minute walk of Pont d'Avignon, Place de l'Horloge, and …More
Historic and stylish, Avignon’s highlights are the beautifully preserved ramparts, a huge medieval fortress, and the monumental Palais des Papes, recalling Avignon’s 14th-century papal seat prestige. Made famous in a children’s nursery rhyme, its medieval bridge is also a top attraction, although only four arches remain of the original 22. It’s also famous as a city of performing arts and hosts a spectacular Summer Festival.