Aix-en-Provence at your feet!
The city centre in less than 10 minutes...
A city of water, art and history, a university city connected to the world, Aix-en-Provence, with its winding pedestrian streets lined with richly decorated, colourful buildings, is the perfect place to stroll: café and restaurant terraces on Cours Mirabeau, lively markets in the shade of the plane trees on Place Richelme and Place des Prêcheurs, the shops of the Allées Provençales and Rue Espariat, the fountains and architectural treasures of Place des Quatre Dauphins and Place d’Albertas, 17th and 18th century town houses, gardens and parks for relaxing (Parc Jourdan, Parc de la Torse, a stone’s throw from the hotel, Parc du Jas de Bouffan, the riverside promenade de l’Arc, and more).
The quintessential city of culture, every year Aix hosts the Festival International d’Art Lyrique and the best music and dance performances in the Grand Théâtre de Provence and at the Pavillon Noir, home to the Ballet Preljocaj.
In Aix-en-Provence, the museums and art galleries are as numerous as they are unmissable. They put on a series of permanent or temporary exhibitions throughout the year. More than just places of knowledge and exchange, they are often housed in historic buildings, offer outdoor experiences, or are architectural works in their own right: Hôtel de Caumont - Art Centre (the Café Caumont is a great place to stop in the heart of the Mazarin quarter), the Granet museum (one of the most important museums in the region, classified as a “Musée de France”), the Fondation Vasarely and its 44 monumental works of art, the Pavillon de Vendôme (the most charming of the 17th century follies), the Bastide du Jas de Bouffan (owned by the Cézanne family), and more.
Our hotel with car park in Aix-en-Provence urges you to leave your car behind and enjoy a relaxing exploration of the city and its exceptional heritage.