Aparthotel Adagio Aix en Provence Centre

Aparthotel in Aix en Provence

Whatever the reason for your stay in Aix-en-Provence, your accommodation is usually what determines how successful it is. The apartment hotel Aix-en-Provence Centre, you first benefit from the comfort of the apartments and the many services and facilities such as parking, laundry and breakfast that it offers. However, this Aparthotel also allows you to be in walking distance of the city centre and close to one of the most beautiful streets of France: the Cours Mirabeau.

The main thing that an Aparthotel gives you is flexibility and freedom to do what you want to do. All the apartments are equipped to a very high standard and offer exceptional value for money. The kitchens are fully equipped with fridge, dishwasher, microwave, a coffee maker and there is WiFi in the public areas. The hotel has 5 apartments equipped for those with reduced mobility and there is wheelchair access in the public areas of the hotel. Aparthotels are ideal for a weekend break, long trips of a month or more and business travellers who want to be able to relax at the end of a busy day.

A City of a Thousand Fountains

Aix en Provence was founded in 103 BC by the Romans, but reached its peak in the 15th century during the reign of "Good King" René. He can be seen in the 13th century Gothic Cathédrale de St-Sauveur. Aix has been called the city of a thousand fountains and three of the best are situated along the Cours Mirabeau, including the Rotonde fountain, which at 12 meters high, is a real landmark of the city that attracts millions of visitors each year. On one side of the elegant tree-lined Cours Mirabeau are beautiful 17th and 18th century buildings and on the other side, are shops and cafes that are so much a part of the city's social life. The Old Town is centred on the Place de l'Hotel de Ville, with its colourful flower market. An Opera Festival takes place every year in late June and July, and performances are held in several venues around the town. Outside of the town is the Mont Sainte-Victoire which can be reached by car, or on foot using a wooded path that leads to the summit. It was a favourite haunt of the artist, Paul Cézanne, throughout his life. Whatever your reasons, for visiting Provence, the Aparthotel in Aix is the perfect place for a long or short-term stay.

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They correspond to the lowest total price available on the dates requested, based on one accommodation (room, bed, etc.) or other services.

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