Lovely hotel on a picturesque street in the old town. A square with several restaurants was just a few steps away. The owners acted more like B&B owners. They were charming, personable, offered good suggestions for places to eat and things to do and even carried my heavy suitcase upstairs to my room. The room had air conditioning so I could have left windows closed, but I chose to open them for fresh air, so it was a bit noisy most of the night.
Traveller from usa
Located in an XVIII century building, the hotel is in the very heart of Nimes, close from the famous Arenes de Nimes . br …More
Great place to stay while in Nimes. About a 10min walk to the train station and easy to find. The bathroom was very large and the bed was comfy. Also easy access to the main attractions of Nimes from the hotel.
"Wonderful Hotel experience, Nimes not so great...."
The Hotel was very welcoming, even when we asked to change rooms because we had been allocated a smoking room, this was not a problem for them. We had a wonderful buffet dinner at the hotel and enjoyed the pool and spa. When we booked in for a beauty treatment this was very professionally done. Great range of treatments for those who have been on the road a while.
Traveller from Australia
Modern property attached to prestigious international hotel management school located 3 kilometers (2 miles) from the …More
"A lovely hotel within walking distance of Nimes."
We stayed here for 3 nights at the end of September 2014. Our room was quite spacious, extremely clean, and had a door which opened onto the pool. The hotel was in excellent condition and the staff were always friendly and helpful. There were 3 restaurants and a supermarket situated about 5 minutes walk away. The walk to the Nimes Arena took about 20 minutes
Traveller from Picton, Australia
One kilometer from historic downtown Nimes called the 'French Rome', set in a ravishing wooded park; the BEST WESTERN Hotel …More
Wanted to stay in a unique hotel. This building is relic with exposed original stones seen inside and out. Large windows and shutters open out onto the streets. The hotel has been renovated throughout using a very modern decor. We stayed in the suite which offered additional sofa (pull out bed) and sitting area for just a few dollars more. Because double beds are very common in Europe (we have a king size at home), my husband slept on the sofa bed and said it was very comfortable. Hotel was quiet at night. Try to get on the lower floors or you will be carrying your lugguge up 3-4 flights of stairs because there is no elevator. They offer a nice breakfast buffet for additional 8 Euros. Staff was friendly but not fluent in English. Would stay there again.
Lorene from Tucson, AZ
Boasting a peaceful, central location just behind the Porte Auguste monument, the Central Hotel, Nîmes promises you a …More
The Mas Carbonnel is convenient if you are looking for a hotel with easy and free parking yet easy access to the historical centre of Nimes. However if you are looking for a romantic address, this is not the place for you to stay. Room was comfortable and clean, but small and street is a little noisy. Easy access to the highway if you are travelling. Staff very nice.
A popular tourist destination, Nimes is home to several important remains dating back to the Roman Empire. Highlights include the well-preserved Maison Carrée (Square House) temple built around 19 B.C., a majestic Roman amphitheater, the Castellum, and the Gardens of the Fountain. Nimes also boasts several museums and theaters, as well as a planetarium.