Of la Muette
Arles - Hotel - from 58€ €
Former residence of the 12th and 15th century, completely restored in the heart of the old centre 100 metres from the Amphitheatre.Air-conditioned hotel, free WIFI, garage, pets allowed.
- Pets allowed
- Garage, various Parking
- Internet access
Information provided by OT Arles
De la Muette
15 rue Des Suisses
- 04 90 96 15 39
04 90 49 73 16
Where to stay
Villa M is a small mansion located in the centre of Arles. A historic house known to all Arlesians, it surprises travellers with its intimate character and the luxuriance of the vegetation that shelters it from the eyes.The historic centre is across the street from the house and on Saturday…
Come and spend some time in this pretty Arlesian house that can accommodate up to 3 people. Very well equipped, this house on 3 floors has the charm of the old with its exposed beams, stone walls and tommettes. You will appreciate its distinctive layout, the mix of old and modern and the artistic…
Enjoy a unique stay in this beautiful duplex and its terrace with views to take your breath away! At the heart of the historic centre between the place of the Forum, the baths of Constantine and the Foundation Van Gogh, it occupies the top two floors of a historic building. The apartment is…
Le Gite De Monplaisir
Cottage new, in a contemporary style, composed a very bright living room opening onto the large covered terrace facing South, with sofa BZ, bed 140, open kitchen (dishwasher), bathroom with toilet, mezzanine bedroom bed 140, plenty of storage.Services: shady garden with barbecue and sun…
Exceptional location between the Thermae of Constantin and the Musée Réattu, this House Gallery offers 3 beautiful rooms at low prices. 5 minutes walk from the train station and all the monuments, the welcome is friendly and family-run.Breakfast on the terrace in the warm season.Parking nearby
Located in a quiet area, only a 15-minute walk from the city center of Arles, the Le Rodin hotel has spacious and comfortable rooms.They have a terrace or a balcony overlooking the pool and the garden.Each air-conditioned room is equipped with a bathroom, TV satellite, mini bar and free WiFi.You…
Things to do
Actes Sud Cinemas
Actes Sud Cinemas (formerly 'Le Méjan Cinema') has been renovated and taken over new spaces in order to welcome the public and organise meetings with film teams. It now has three arthouse screens. The programme has strong links with the editorial policy of Actes Sud and promotes 'auteur cinema'…
A few minutes from Arles is a remarkable studio which produces 18th and 19th century Provençal-style furniture. Olivier Mélani is a passionate cabinet-maker skilled at working with walnut, beech and even lime. Everything here is reminiscent of our region, from the aroma of the processed wood to…
Située dans le centre historique arlésien, la chapellerie Alexandre vous chapeaute en toute saison. Un belle sélection tendance et confortable vous est proposée, choisie au sein d'une dizaine de grandes maisons du chapeau. Messieurs, venez choisir votre chapeau de gardian en feutre de…
The cellar of the flavours
In the cellar... Red wines, white wines, rosé wines, sparkling wines, non-sparkling wines, wines for pleasure, wines to quench your thirst, strong wines, wines from the Rhône Valley, Provence wines, wines for drinking and laying down, wines for novices and experienced wine-drinkers, wines from…
Thinh NGUYEN a un parcours atypique fait de rencontres avec des personnes, des matières, des cultures et des regards. Né au Vietnam, Thinh est arrivé en France à l'âge de 3 ans. Il fait des études de cinéma et audiovisuel à Arles, Paris et Aix, ce qui l'amène à parcourir, l'Inde, le…
Where to eat
With classroom chairs and shared tables, the décor is, naturally, reminiscent of childhood canteens. The rest is more state-of-the-art: the reasonably-priced menu is the work of a Michelin-starred chef (Armand Arnal, of La Chassagnette), in a converted industrial building (the former SNCF…
According Frédéric Mistral french Provençal dictionary, this table name means "eat".A bet noted since April 2018 by Dimitri Rémi, son of a restorer of vintage, spent a few years in Paris before joining his country a degree in oenology in his pocket. Fell in love for a former butchery,…
Gueule du Loup
There are no bobbins to pull here and no latches to go up. This little house built in 1780 offers no danger to Little Red Riding Hoods all they have to do is choose between the two dining rooms, one facing the ground floor kitchen and the other with exposed stone walls on the first floor. There's…
L'Épicerie du Cloître is a small multiple-function restaurant: it's open for aperitifs with friends, for lunch and dinner. The cuisine is simple, succulent, and dynamic. Tapas, local products, and regional wines: the menu wanders through the seasons. The seasonings travel from Provence to…
Simone & Paulette
Simone & Paulette is the encounter of Caroline and Numa, two arlésiens who share the same passion for their city, cuisine and hospitality, and who wish to put their talent and their energy at the service of lovers of Arles.Simone & Paulette, is above all a State of mind. Share happy moments…
Thistle is a place of life, exchange and sharing located in the center of Arles. It is a restaurant that welcomes chefs in residence therefore which aims and aims to constantly evolve.Thistle offers a lunch menu (starter - main course - dessert) at 29 euros and a menu "Feed Me" at 39 euros in the…
Next to the bistro
This is Jean-Luc Rabanel's second star-rated establishment, serving friendlier-priced and more family-style food. The gourmet dishes are crafted with the expertise of one of France's greatest contemporary cooks. Traditional salt cod and stewed chicken take on a whole new lease of life here. The…
What will it be - 'Chichis Frégis' or 'Panisses'?! Make your choice at The Estaque quarter of Marseille.
According to Marcel Pagnol, "if we only judged things by appearances, nobody would ever have wanted to eat a sea urchin"
Villages the world over envy us!
A story that will make you turn to jelly...
As yellow as sunshine and as warm as a winter fireplace... The quince isn't very pretty, but the people of Provence love it. You could even say that a passion has been born between this irregular-shaped fruit, somewhat resembling a dented, rustic pear and our lovers of jams, jellies and pastes.