Aparthotel in Languedoc Roussillon
An Adagio Aparthotel: A home from home
A stay at an Adagio apartment hotel will enable you to experience all the delights of a new area, but without leaving behind the comforts of home. With an Adagio apartment hotel in Languedoc-Roussillon, one can stay at the Aparthotel Access in Nîmes which rests in a central location within walking distance of the ancient town, the shopping centre and the town's central conference suite. Or a visit to the Adagio Aparthotel in Perpignan, where our 3-star Aparthotel offers comfortable yet chic apartments for up to 4 people, with all the amenities required for a comfortable stay; including access to communal wi-fi, fax, and even a copy/print service available for those on business trips.
Each 4-person apartment provides a lounge with 1 double sofa bed, 1 bedroom with a double bed or twin beds. Our studio apartments which cater for smaller numbers of guests also provide a lounge and bedroom with ample bedding provision. Every apartment also includes a fully-equipped kitchen including microwave, bathroom with tub or shower, toilet, telephone, high-speed Internet and television access. We also provide air-conditioning, with manual temperature control, automatic wake up call and fully opening windows - meaning a stay with Adagio Aparthotel will provide you with all the comforts of home you deserve whilst on your travels.
Enjoy all the delights of Languedoc from an Adagio apartment
Lying on the divide between the Iberian peninsula and the rest of continental Europe, the towns, cities and villages of Languedoc, including the wonders of antiquity in Nimes and Montpellier, are connected by many ancient paths, including the famous Roman road, Via Domitia, meaning Languedoc is the perfect destination for those who enjoy a hike through spectacular scenery.With Languedoc boasting Roman aqueducts, Mediterranean beaches, Medieval fortresses, endless vineyards and sprawling national parks, any visitor to an Adagio Aparthotel will be amazed by the delightful scenery on offer in this exquisite area of Southern France.
For those who enjoy cultural pursuits, the area's peculiar history - it was part of Catalonia until the 17th century - means that there are many historical monuments and relics which are of great attraction to many visitors. La Cité in Carcassonne, is certainly worth a visit, with it being the world's largest medieval castle -and it is in fact France's second most visited sightseeing attraction after the Eiffel Tower. The Roman ruins which pepper the area are also impressive, as are the medieval castles and abbeys, which can all be enjoyed either by hiking on the ancient paths or on the Canal du Midi, which weaves its way through the dramatic French countryside. For those who enjoy the wonders of nature, or the delights of history, a stay at an Adagio serviced apartment provides visitors to Languedoc the perfect base to explore the rich cultural heritage and astounding scenery the area has to offer.