Very close to train station so comfortable walk, even with luggage. Right in old town so close to everything but quiet at night. Room was good size for Europe and staff was wonderful! Feeling of security if you are traveling alone.
Do all sound like a good enough reason to take a vacation?
They're all waiting for you in Arles. So are 18 Orbitz hotels, which rate highly for Location and Room cleanliness.Hotels in Port Camargue
A soft pillow, a warm bed — find all of this and more at your Orbitz hotel in Port Camargue. Perhaps best of all, you have 11 hotels to choose from, which tend to rate highly for Location and Hotel Staff. This means that you can enjoy a comfortable stay as close to — or as far from — Port Camargue's top attractions as you'd like.
Either way, are all waiting to be explored.Where to eat in Arles
You can really get to know a destination through its restaurant scene. Discover another side of Arles by biting into the entrees at L'Atelier de Jean-Luc Rabanel, Restaurant Le Waux-Hall and Jardin Des Arts — it'll give you more energy for sightseeing.Nightlife in Port Camargue
Spice up your trip with a foray into Port Camargue's nightlife scene. The staff at Two to you too open their doors to patrons looking for a cold brew or mixed drink. Ample sports coverage or dancing may not be hard to find, either.Outdoor activities in Arles
There are ways to kick back in Arles beyond its marquee attractions. The open spaces at Réserve Naturelle des Coussouls de Crau and Les Grottes de Thouzon are great for getting some fresh air and spending time outside.Where to eat in Port Camargue
Few experiences are as satisfying as a good, hearty meal. Luckily, that's easy to find in Port Camargue — just grab a table at L'Atelier de Jean-Luc Rabanel, Restaurant Le Waux-Hall, Jardin Des Arts and CHEZ CARO and tuck in.Where to stay in Arles
Nîmes-Alès-Camargue-Cévennes Airport is the main hub for flights into Arles and the surrounding area.Arts and culture in Arles
Anthropology, history, fine art — there's no limit to what museums can offer. Enjoy an educational and fun afternoon in Arles at Musée Réattu, Arles Museum of Antiquity and Museon Arlaten. France Loisirs and IUT d'Aix-Marseille site d'Arles offer a taste of culture and learning.Nightlife in Arles
The good times in Arles continue long after nightfall. Two to you too bring the party with music, dancing and cold drinks.Shopping in Port Camargue
You can't bring everything with you. Luckily, Centre Commercial Géant Arles Sud and Decathlon are around in case of the unexpected — you can pick up formalwear, casual looks and accessories while in Port Camargue. Decathlon stocks trendy and comfortable options for all sorts of occasions.
If your headphones break — or if they don't match your outfit — the gadgets at CyberSaladelle Informatique Arles are on hand to keep you connected and looking high-tech.
This is a traditional hotel... not internationalized best western type place. This was exactly what we were looking for during our trip. When I go to France, honestly I prefer to feel like a local. This is a wonderful sort of historic property. Everyone else staying there appeared to be French families and couples. I think it was one of the best hotels we stayed in ... the owners made it so. Very approachable and welcoming. The room had shower and toilet - toilet was in a separate room as the shower appears to have been added - but it was probably the nicest shower we had on our trip. Free parking was available, and hotel is just across the street from old town. Which was deserted in parts. That gave a sort of different feel from other old towns - this has many residences until you get to the arena. The businesses are on the main street that the hotel is on ... so old town across the street - turn right from the hotel you get to parks and restaurants and modern streets. We loved Arles and took a quick side trip to Nimes one day. This was a good base. Lastly - breakfast was a bargain... I think 10 euros. They were very accommodating, plenty of coffee and hot chocolate for my son. Meat, cheese, yogurt, many different types of bread and likely fresh squeezed juice. Well it tasted that way (except my son pounded it saying "this is the best juice ever") Home made preserves of Fig, banana/lemon, and berry were AWESOME and special.
We stayed two nights off-season and were simply delighted by the decor and general vibe of the hotel, it's entry off of a small triangular square, quiet street and proximity to the all great sites. It is also conveniently located to a forthcoming new parc and Frank Gehry tower to be opened in 2018. The interior design of the hotel managed to catch the vibrant and colorful aspect of the Camargue in a very modern way, all very successfully, from the lobby to the rooms while remaining true to the charming old building. If you are traveling by car, I would recommend not to attempt to drop off your luggage upfront as suggested, but to directly park in the Parking du Centre with which they have a special rate, then walk over. It is a few minutes walk, but worth not having to loop around the tiny/narrow one way streets of Arles
Outstanding, updated hotel. Room was a bit small but well arranged. Inconsistant WI-FI.
Great location just across the street from the old city. Rooms are small but adequate. On site parking but spaces were very tight and 12 euro charge.