Arles - Hotel - from 88€ €
Classified architecture "House of the 20th century" by heritage. Created in 1967 by a Nîmes architect where the stone of the Pont du Gard is its main element. Curve shapes that meet pur wrap two patios. All in length, without stairs. The bar, the breakfast room has panoramic views over the pool and the Camargue, oriented South with huge Bay Windows. The rooms offer comfort with bathroom and private WC and their loggias to the calm of the patios. A10 minutes from Arles, easy access. Wide parking, individual garages, green spaces, terrace, place to relax.
- Pets allowed
- Accessible for disabled
- Private parking, Coach park, Garage
- Swimming pool
Information provided by OT Arles
- 04 66 87 31 53
06 23 36 44 51
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