Aix en Provence Hotels
There is a wide choice of accommodation in Aix en Provence. The hotels below have been classed into three different pricing categories:
Luxury (over €170)
Moderate (€100 to €170)
Cheap (under €100)
The prices quoted above are starting prices for a double room per night. They do not include taxes or breakfast.
This gorgeous 18th-century Provençal bastide (country house) has 44 rooms and suites, beautiful gardens and an outdoor swimming pool. Just to the south of Aix, this five-star hotel is within easy walking distance of Cours Mirabeau. There is also a renowned restaurant, a stylish lounge club plus a hammam and fitness area.Address: , 5 avenue du Pigonnet, Aix-en-Provence,
Telephone: +33 4 42 59 02 90.
Just a few minutes' walk from the Grand Théâtre is this sleek, contemporary five-star hotel with a Michelin-starred restaurant and a spa with an indoor pool and a gym. Its 133 stylish rooms have breezy modern décor, and the garden terrace is a wonderfully relaxing spot for a cocktail.Address: , 320 avenue Wolfgang Amadeus Mozart, Aix-en-Provence,
Telephone: +33 4 86 91 55 00.
Located in the north of the city, this elegant and peaceful 17th-century Provençal house features a romantic restaurant, a lavish terrace and a swimming pool. The hotel has 22 rooms and suites overlooking a lavender-scented garden, all of them sumptuously decorated in rich fabrics. It's one place worth splashing out on.Address: , Avenue de la Violette, Aix-en-Provence,
Telephone: +33 4 42 23 29 23.
In a convenient location in central Aix-en-Provence, four-star Hotel Aquabella is within walking distance of the Saint-Sauveur Cathedral. The large gardens include a remnant of the old Roman walls by the side of the swimming pool. There's also a spa, a poolside bar/grill and a chilled-out restaurant and bar.Address: , 2 Rue Des Etuves, Aix-en-Provence,
Telephone: +33 4 42 99 15 00.
This Art Deco-style hotel is only a few steps away from Cours Mirabeau and the Rotonde fountain, and there's a lively brasserie on the ground floor. Rooms are smartly furnished, and some come with balconies or terraces. Those in the luxury category have especially stylish bathrooms with modern stand-alone baths.Address: , 2 avenue Victor Hugo, Aix-en-Provence,
Telephone: +33 4 42 26 01 24.
Hotel des Augustins
This tranquil hotel is a stone's throw from the Cours Mirabeau. Housed within the walls of an ancient convent, it is a happy blend of history, architecture and modernity, with 28 individually decorated rooms. If you want to splash out, two of the rooms are loft style and have private terraces.Address: , 3 rue de la Masse, Aix-en-Provence,
Telephone: +33 4 42 27 28 59.
In a quiet street close to Musée Granet, this two-star hotel is full of old-world elegance. Its traditional décor is all florals and vintage furnishings, which perfectly suit this venerable 18th-century building. Some have original fireplaces and balconies, and the suites come with kitchenettes.Address: , 24 rue Cardinale, Aix-en-Provence,
Telephone: +33 4 42 38 32 30.
Hotel des Quatre Dauphins
Located in the Mazarin district, by the fountain of the same name, this hotel combines period Provençal furniture and pretty fabrics with modern conveniences. This intimate hotel, a former private mansion, has only 13 rooms accessible via an elegant stairwell. Although the rooms are small, they're full of charm.Address: , 54 rue Roux-Alphéran, Aix-en-Provence,
Telephone: +33 4 42 38 16 39.
Hotel du Globe
This simple two-star hotel is a good budget option, as it's in an excellent location in the city centre. Its 46 airy rooms have some stylish touches; try to book one with a balcony. A bonus is the lovely roof terrace that has views of Aix's rooftops.Address: , 74 cours Sextius, Aix-en-Provence,
Telephone: +33 4 42 26 03 58.