This hotel represents the best of "Old World Europe". We loved the architectural features and decor, not only of the hotel and its rooms, but also its fabulous restaurant. We would definitely go back and we highly recommend this hotel.
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!
The antique and simple beauty reflect this peaceful setting of Hotel Cloister Saint Louis. The soft morning light brushes the roof tops, the shade of the tall trees are so pleasing to the eye where the green leaves compliment the red tiled roofs. In the evening, the enchanting coo of the pigeons adorning the roof will certainly lull you to sleep. The beds are perfect! The hotel is within the old part of the city and yet close enough to the bus and train station. We appreciated the refrigerator so we could tuck away sandwiches from the near by boulangerie. The garden was a delight to see and eat in. We ate both breakfast and dinner, all of which were delicious and satisfying. Clean and beautiful is the best way to describe our restful stay. The restaurant staff were very prompt in pleasing. Housekeeping was perfect. Every detail and need was taken care of while we were away to play. Hotel Cloister Saint-Louis is walking distance to grocery stores, plenty of shopping and restaurants. Just outside the large doors will lead you to very near and good restaurants.
The Mercure has an excellent location and is very close to the main sites, particularly the famous bridge and Palace of the Popes. Excellent and quiet rooms, very good staff and well located near some excellent restaurants.
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
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.