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The owners of this traditional farmhouse/vineyard have certainly got a good eye for style.
The gorgeous original building has been lovingly restored and enhanced by excellent modern additions such as the atrium to the restaurant and the new pool area.
Our room was a junior...More
This hotel was wonderful- we booked for one night, but wish it had been longer. The service is exceptional, staff are helpful and the suite (upgrade- thank you so much!) was amazing. We ate in the Bistro which was delicious and had a great cocktail...More
This place is a must for visitors at Montpellier, especially during summer. Just a few minutes drive outside the city, this is an ideal place to spend the evening with friends, first with a cocktail in the bar, followed by a delicious dinner in the...More
Great and caring personnel, wonderful spa and equipment, very agreable room and bed, choices of onsite restaurants, peaceful park and wineyard, and very well positioned geographically around Montpellier. A wonderful place for a relaxing time.
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Been here a few times already and every time we wish we had more time to enjoy. The vineyard where it is located is very peaceful and traquil, yet only a few minutes outside of Montpellier. The restaurant is fantastic, the breakfast incredible and staff...More
I would not recommend driving in Montpellier city. There is a fantastic, modern tram system. The trams are designed by Christian Lacroix and, apart from being stunning, are efficient and run to time. In the old part of the... More
I would not recommend driving in Montpellier city. There is a fantastic, modern tram system. The trams are designed by Christian Lacroix and, apart from being stunning, are efficient and run to time. In the old part of the city, you would want to walk and explore the narrow streets.
At the Domaine de Verchant, a member of staff meets you at the gate to park your car, away from the front of the hotel. There is plenty of parking space.
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"Avoid the suites in the Annex building on the ground floor that lack privacy"