Aparthotel in Montpellier
The Adagio Montpellier Centre, modern aparthotels well located between close to the Place de la Comédie, offer you a stay in a functional, new apartment with a contemporary atmosphere. At our Montpellier aparthotels you can choose from several new, fully equipped apartments served by several tram stations.
Apartment hotels for your stay in Montpellier
Choosing an aparthotel means opting for an apartment with a fully equipped kitchen, bathroom with bath tub, desk and lounge area. A full range of amenities are available, from television to high speed internet access, as well as a safe and air conditioning. Adagio Montpellier welcome all visitors to its furnished studio apartment. Whether travelling on business, tourism, enjoying a cultural visit, travelling alone, as a couple or with the family, it’s the ideal residence offering both comfort and independence. Our services and facilities are there to make everyday life easier, from accessible Wi-Fi throughout to breakfast, as well as a 24-hour reception, the essential coin-operated laundry and even allowing pets.
Montpellier: aparthotels near La Comédie
Close to the Mediterranean, not far from the Cévennes and the Haut-Languedoc, the Hérault region is a leading tourist destination. Staying in Montpellier allows you to make the most of the Écusson district - the historic centre and the economic heart of the city. Take a walk from the Peyrou park to the city’s Arc de Triomphe, to the famous Place de la Comédie and its opera house, to the shopping facilities of the Polygone shopping centre, visit the Camargue area or discover the world’s oldest medical school and enjoy the student atmosphere – there’s no shortage of activities in Montpellier. Well served by the LGV Méditerranée train line and its international airport, France’s 8th-largest city is a modern city with a taste of yesteryear.
Close to numerous public transport links, the Adagio Montpellier centre apartment hotels allow you to explore the city in all its splendour. The city that is nicknamed "The gifted one" will make you travel thanks to its numerous architectural jewels, such as the historical medieval centre of the Ecusson district, or via its tramways designed by Christian Lacroix. You will also find the oldest botanical garden in France, created in 1593, where Paul Valery is said to have written some of his verses. Some neighbourhoods have their own style, such as the Antigone neighbourhood created by the architect Ricardo Bofill in a post-modern architectural setting. Following this walk, you can go to the Beaux-Arts and Boutonnet districts, where you will go from a village atmosphere to a younger district with many green spaces. Finally, in the south-east of the city, the Port-Marianne district, which is home to the university centre of Montpellier and is one of the youngest in the city. The location of our aparthotels in Montpellier is ideal if you choose to discover the city on foot or by transport, and in the immediate vicinity of the Montpellier Saint-Roch train station.
What to do in Montpellier?
- The Place de la Comédie
- The Ecusson district
- The Arc de Triomphe
- The Saint-Pierre cathedral
- The Jardin des Plantes
- The Peyrou promenade
- The Antigone district
- The castle of Flaugergues
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