Spent 3 nights at this hotel in September 2011. As others have noted, the hotel is a little tired decor-wise, but it was a clean, comfortable place to sleep. Other good points- air conditioning, which was needed on those hot Provence days, and a very nice staff. Didn't order the breakfast- it looked pretty tired too, but lots of others seemed to be enjoying it. We just walked up to the old part of Aix and hit a boulangerie for a nice fresh baguette. It is about a 10 minute walk to the old part of town, but on the hotel street is a little mini-mart which was very convenient.
Parking was free, and our room had a decent sized balcony where we sat (once the blazing hot sun had passed) and enjoyed some local rose wine.
All in all- not a honeymoon destination, but as a way to save a few bucks before breaking the bank in Paris, it was a fine choice. Met my Big Three hotel requirements: 1) clean 2) no bugs or critters 3) quiet. The rest is gravy, that you get when you feel like paying for it. This place was maybe 70 Euros a night.More
- Free Wifi
- Room Service