Chambre Debussy

Salon de Provence - B&B - from 35€

Salon-de-Provence, near City Center, access road, in recent subdivision, to the quiet, small room equipped super downstairs. Number of beds: sofa bed new and comfortable, private walk-in shower, private wc, tv, wifi, small refrigerator, microwave, kettle, adapted dishes, terrace and independent access, nice view. Towels and sheets provided. Maintenance included. Parking nearby. Breakfast to take on the terrace or in your room.
rates: € 35 per night (minimum 3 nights) and € 220 per week

Information provided byOT Salon de Provence

  • Contact

    Parc Regina
    13300 Salon de Provence

  • Phone

    • 06 20 31 27 83

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Where to stay

La Balladine
Holiday rental

La Balladine

Salon de Provence

Non-detached gite on a farm where the owners run a campground with abundant resources: Swimming pool (7x15m) open from 9 to 7 pm and ffrom the 1 st of june till the 30 th of September. Ping-pong, restaurant, animations. Ground floor : kitchen/ living room / 1 bedroom with a double bed and a sofa…

Hôtel Révotel
Hotel

Hôtel Révotel

Salon de Provence

Revotel is an independent hotel managed and run by two people. It was completely restored and redecorated in 2004 and 2005, with a view to providing maximum comfort, service and welcome to our clientele at the lowest price. A receptionist will welcome you and offer you a hot or cold drink, or…

Grand hôtel de la Poste
Hotel

Grand hôtel de la Poste

Salon de Provence

A former post house dating from the 19th century, Grand Hôtel de la Poste was renovated at the beginning of the 21st century. Located right in the centre of town, you can choose a room with a view of the Clock Tower or the Mossy Fountain.

Villa Linda
B&B

Villa Linda

Salon de Provence

Located 2 minutes walk from the city centre salon, in a calm and soothing atmosphere, the bed and breakfast "Villa Linda" offers a warm and friendly atmosphere. Spacious bathroom with large bathtub, bedroom with bed 2 places overlooking a large balcony with stunning views. Full breakfast, dinner…

Ibis Salon de Provence
Hotel

Ibis Salon de Provence

Salon de Provence

Discover Salon-de-Provence, a Provençal town ideally located between the Alpilles and the Luberon, 30 minutes from Aix-en-Provence, Avignon, St-Rémy-de-Provence, Marseille, Arles, Les Baux de Provence. For your comfort, the hotel is open 24 hours a day. Restaurant, swimming pool, shady…

Hôtel Régina
Hotel

Hôtel Régina

Salon de Provence

Charming hotel in the town centre, near the historic centre. Quiet rooms overlooking interior terrace, close to amenities, family welcome.

Dogon
B&B

Dogon

Grans

This small, sunny double bedroom, with shower/WC, is in an authentic 18th century farmhouse that has been tastefully renovated on 2.3 unenclosed hectares. Large shared living room offers comfort and harmony. Shared securised swimming pool (12x6 m) open from 01/05 to 31/10. Direct access to the…

Citotel Vendôme
Hotel

Citotel Vendôme

Salon de Provence

Located in the town centre, between the Hôtel de Ville (town hall) and the Fontaine Moussue (mossy fountain). Cool, quiet interior garden the spacious rooms look on to the garden and all have a full bathroom. Supervised car park 100 m from hotel. Quiet hotel, rooms giving on to patio, all…

Chambre Debussy
B&B

Chambre Debussy

Salon de Provence

Salon-de-Provence, near City Center, access road, in recent subdivision, to the quiet, small room equipped super downstairs. Number of beds: sofa bed new and comfortable, private walk-in shower, private wc, tv, wifi, small refrigerator, microwave, kettle, adapted dishes, terrace and independent…

Things to do

Museum of the Empéri, Salon and Crau and room Theodore Jourdan
Museum

Museum of the Empéri, Salon and Crau and room Theodore Jourdan

Salon de Provence

Perched on the rock of Puech overlooking the town of Salon, the medieval fortress of the Empéri was residence of the archbishops of Arles 9th to 18th centuries. It now houses the old collections Raoul and Jean Brunon, rich of France, devoted to the French military history from Louis XIV up to…

Le Fournil de l'horloge (Provencal specialities)
Souvenirs

Le Fournil de l'horloge (Provencal specialities)

Salon de Provence

Breads and Provencal specialities.

De la Vigne à l'Olivier
Souvenirs

De la Vigne à l'Olivier

Salon de Provence

AOC wines, spirits, huile d'olive AOC in the historic centre.

Les portes ouvertes (Provencal and Mediterranean products)
Souvenirs

Les portes ouvertes (Provencal and Mediterranean products)

Salon de Provence

Provencal and Mediterranean products.

Avec Plaisirs
Souvenirs

Avec Plaisirs

Salon de Provence

We welcome you "With pleasure" in our beautiful shop located on the George two no City Hall, between the door of the new town and street Jean Blanchard, who leads to the foot of the castle of the Empéri.You can't miss us! A beautiful canopy dating from the end of the nineteenth century…

Maison de Nostradamus
Museum

Maison de Nostradamus

Salon de Provence

Discovery of the House of the famous Mage, who lived there from 1547 to 1566. The course has been set so that the visitor follows the same journey of initiation that was able to know Michel de Nostredame to the 16th century. Exhibitions on Nostradamus in the lobby.

Salon-de-Provence : Sur les pas des savonniers
Walk

Salon-de-Provence : Sur les pas des savonniers

Salon de Provence

Après la guerre de 1870, la ville de Salon-de-Provence, bénéficie du succès du commerce de l’huile d’olive et du savon, facilité par l’ouverture de la ligne de chemins de fer. Cette prospérité motive l’édification d’hôtels particuliers, villas et châteaux par les Savonniers et…

Lou Pastorel - cheese
Cheese

Lou Pastorel - cheese

Salon de Provence

Lou Pastorel - Fromager Affineur delicatessen. We offer a wide range of cheeses from all regions in France and elsewhere, of the AOC/PDO cheeses. As well as many sheep and goats cheeses produced in Provence and haute Provence. A delicatessen with quality products and original RADIUS...

Marie greenhouse
Producer

Marie greenhouse

Salon de Provence

Production of flowers and vegetables.

Where to eat

3 Poivrons
Cuisine de Provence

3 Poivrons

Salon de Provence

Gourmet dishes, we welcome you time for a getaway in a traditional provencal décor. A small room to share warm and authentic moments in family, couple or friends in a friendly and relaxed atmosphere.Nice terrace in the summer. The map that favors, freshness and originality, features the tastes…

The castle of Ramachandran
Cuisine de Provence

The castle of Ramachandran

Salon de Provence

Frescoes, gilt and hangings… Château de Richebois' pomp and splendour offers a fitting backdrop for its refined Provencal cuisine. The John Dory with ginger and lamb cutlets with cornflower petals are served in the truly lordly setting of this 17th-century domain, set at the end of a majestic…

Roy - Mathias fathers table
Food guide restaurant

Roy - Mathias fathers table

Salon de Provence

Gourmets will be delighted to take part in the latest adventure of chef Mathias Pérès (ex-"O Bout d’Istres"), in the shape of an 18th-century mansion house that used to belong to a Count. The food has excellent breeding too of course, and is brilliantly orchestrated by a chef that takes pride…

En aparthé (s)
Cuisine de Provence

En aparthé (s)

Salon de Provence

A lovely restaurant, tea room with garden and home-made salted sweet cooking. To awaken your taste buds, odours, flavours and scents at any time... Salad, quiche, bread, soup, tatin, clafouti, crumble, cheese cake, Chocolate Fudge... All our dishes are made by us. A lunch break, a family brunch,…

The talk box
Cuisine de Provence

The talk box

Salon de Provence

Welcomes you lunch at his table from Tuesday to Friday. Fresh, seasonal and local products. The tandem for €10 (salt pie and pastry. Spreads in seasonal vegetables, the egg with goat cheese or ham, with salad of crudenesses between €7.50 and €9.50, savoury pies (with salad of raw…

La Salle à Manger "The dining room"
Food guide restaurant

La Salle à Manger "The dining room"

Salon de Provence

Cruet-SOAP of the 19th century House, richly decorated with his secret garden in the heart of Salon. Miège family opened her home to a charming generous, creative cuisine restaurant, half-caste flavours of travel...The reservation is strongly recommended! "" Restaurant recommended by '…

The table of the Abbey of the Holy Cross
Food guide restaurant

The table of the Abbey of the Holy Cross

Salon de Provence

If greed is not a sin, the climb up to this ancient 12th-century abbey will take you one step nearer paradise. Rising up over Salon, with aerial views over Camargue and the Alpilles from the terrace shaded by mulberry trees, this site is definitely blessed. The more-austere dining room,…

Domaine de Roquerousse
Cuisine de Provence

Domaine de Roquerousse

Salon de Provence

A beautiful building in 550 hectares of grounds, featuring shady terraces, comfort, peace and quiet, plus sports and leisure activities. Air-conditioned rooms. Tour of the hunting grounds. Restaurant.

Le Mas du Soleil
Food guide restaurant

Le Mas du Soleil

Salon de Provence

The ancient Clos Angelussi - an 18th-century building on the heights of Saint-Côme - still has a wonderful Tuscan flavour to it. Within these walls redolent of provincial Sundays and the love of a job well done, French master chef Francis Robin embodies a certain philosophy of gastronomy where…

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