My daughter and I stayed at Hotel d'Europe for five nights and used it as a base to explore Provence. Every evening upon returning to the hotel we kept saying we felt like we were home! The staff was so friendly and so eager to help us, from parking our car, carrying our purchases to the room, serving us breakfast and drinks under the canopy of the most gorgeous tree they have in their garden to bringing us as many fresh towels as we wanted. One night, after returning from a vineyard tour, rather than lending us a bottle opener for the wine we purchased, the bartender actually came up to our room, opened our wine and poured and served us!! All with a big smile!
We were not disappointed with our visit to Le Prieure. The hotel was clean, the rooms large and luxurious (we stayed in The Atrium) overlooking the pool and had a nice balcony to sit out. The staff at the hotel were courteous and very helpful and knowledgeable about local events and provided useful local map. The immediate area is well served with restaurants, small supermarket, boulangerie and delicatessen, local market on Thursdays.
Lots to see in the immediate area. We did not have the breakfast in the hotel as at €27 we thought that was far too expensive. Also the hotel restaurant was, we considered expensive.
We would have preferred breakfast to be included in the price of the hotel.
We took a local guided tour for the day with Valentina of Mistral Tours. We detoured en route to St Remy market with its array of the freshest fruit and vegetables! Perfect hotel in a perfect location.
The room was very dated but comfy, view was zero for the room I was given, as the window looked into a ventilation shaft with bird poo but for the price I paid, was very happy, if at full booking rate, would have been a different story.
Traveller from London
Housed in a classical building dating back to the early 19th century and located 200 metres away from the Popes …More
Even though my arrival was very late like 11:30 pm, I was welcomed and assisted for my reservation. The help from the hotel front was very helpful. The hotel location is very convenient for whom to seek a room very near the Avignon Center station. Also, I can get a nice map and information from the Tourist center located just in front of this hotel. It was a nice start of my trip in Avignon.
Traveller from Daejeon, Korea
Hotel Alizéa is a small budget hotel in Avignon , the well-known Papal City in the south of France, abounding with cultural …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.