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L'Hotel Particulier, Arles

Stylish boutique hotel that famously evicted Vincent Van Gogh

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Gorgeous hotel in the centre of the Roman town of Arles. Designed to within an inch of it's life, this 18th century country house has 13 rooms decked out in white billowing fabrics and French country furniture. Think Ibiza-esque.

The exterior includes a stylish swimming pool and terraces, and dinner can be arranged if requested in advance.

There are also spa facilities for an extra cost, open to guests and non-guests alike. A bonus for Arles is the free car parking if you're doing a road trip.

Don't forget to explore Arles with its amazing Roman ruins and it's Van Gogh connection.

Reviews
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"Excellent"

100
Pool
97
Vibe
94
Service
93
Location
89
Amenities
83
Comfort
58
Room
40
Breakfast

Good to know

"Nice building"
"Stylish hotel"
"Friendly atmosphere"
"Friendly service"

Who should go

A chic and elegant city break.

The neighbourhood

Situated in the heart of Arles, just a short walk from the Amphitheatre. In fact, everything from restaurants, to bars and shops are easily reached on foot from the hotel, making it a popular option.

The pool

The hotel's stylish pool is fairly small and more for a refreshing glide than an active swim. Set slight back from the terrace surrounded by boarded green gardens.

The Bar

The bar opens out onto the terrace and the pool area. It has a minimalist interior with clean comfortable white sofas and white washed walls. The bar serves light snacks food until 9:00 p.m.

The Restaurant

There is no restaurant. However, the pool bar serves light meals and snacks to keep hunger at bay without leaving the hotel.

Visitor comments

  • "Occupying an 18th-century pavilion, Arles's only five-star hotel was the last of the grand private town houses built in the center of town. Behind its monumental gate are ancient yew trees and a courtyard with teak lounges and a limestone-built lap pool. Guests congregate here for morning coffee or the first aperitif of the evening. Each bedroom is decorated individually and elegantly in creamy tones with gold accents, giving the rooms a bright, clean look." - Frommers
  • "Despite the grand surroundings and attention to detail, the atmosphere at L'Hôtel Particulier is relaxed and informal, thanks largely to the easy charm of Mme Pagès and her staff. However, don't let yourself be so seduced by the hotel and its spa, that you forget to explore Arles." - Conde Nast Traveller
  • "L'Hôtel Particulier is a chic and stylish Arles hotel, where you can relax in the Space Spa with a massage or sauna. A pool is set in the beautiful gardens and the restaurant serves excellent Provençal cuisine. The spacious rooms of this boutique hotel are designed with contemporary flair and elegance." - Mr and Mrs Smith

Check-in Arrangements

Rooms are available from 3:00 p.m.

Check-out Arrangements

You must vacate your room by 11:00 a.m.

Directions

By Air:

Nimes is the the closest airport and is about 30 minutes away. Marseille airport is 50 minutes away.

By Car

Take the E80 to Arles. Once here, stay on the motorway until you reach the Boulevard Georges Clemenceau exit, taking this until you see Rue Gambetta on your left. The fourth left after this will be Rue Jean Granaud, which will lead you to Rue de la Monnaie on your right. You can book a parking space at the hotel in advance for €28 a day. It's closed at night, though, so let the hotel know if you're arriving after 9pm and they'll reserve one of the three temporary courtyard spaces.

By Train:

You can get the Eurostar and TGV all the way to Avignon. From Avignon it is a 30 minute journey to Arles and the hotel is a 20 minute walk from the station.

Child policy

Chidlren of all ages are welcome to the hotel. Extra beds cost €30.

Location

Map of the surrounding area