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We stayed in the deluxe apartment for a family of 4 for 3 nights.It was modern clean and comfortable,with everything you need .It was located in Antigone just outside the tram stop Leon Blum and 5 mins walk to the airport shuttle (line 120) stop -only 15 mins journey to the airport.Its 10 mins walk ...
Nice clean hotel near the centre, beside the train station Close to the tram lines but a good refurb means the noise is well insulated, but not totally Friendly staff took care of our room change without issue. Comfortable, bright refurb also makes it feel quite cosy, smart but not too plush. Beds ...
I had a reservation for a room with 2 double beds. I arrived at the hotel around 9-10pm on 9/10 and I was told that my room only had a queen bed. They wanted me to pay additional fees for a double bed or go someplace else for the night. A room she said was going to be available the next day. That's ...
Easy to find, plenty of parking then easy check in. So far so good! We had a nice hotel room, which was clean and bright with cooking facilities which is what we were after. The downside of having a catering room is that they didn't clean the room or change the towels during our stay. I also asked ...
Culturally rich and buzzing with student life, Montpellier is one of France’s finest coastal cities with accommodation for all tastes and budgets. Montpellier city centre has a good selection of mid-range three-star hotels, from tastefully converted old mansions on the doorstep of the atmospheric old town to graceful high-rises with rooftop pools.
Most of Montpellier’s three-star hotels are located centrally between the railway station and the Place de la Comedie, Montpellier’s grand square. Dubbed Place de l’Oeuf for its egg-like oval shape, the beautiful marbled square has a fountain at its centre and people-watching cafes along its edges.
With a 19th-century theatre at one end and a pretty tree-lined esplanade at the other, the Oeuf is right at the heart of Montpellier and connects the old and new parts of town.
Founded in the tenth century, Montpellier is far from young, but it does have a youthful energy thanks to its trio of universities and huge student population. Things are less lively in the summer when the students are leave town, but the cobbled streets of old Montpellier are still packed with bustle and charm.
Choose a three-star hotel in the pedestrianised old town and you can stroll through its narrow lanes at your will, seeking out the 17th-century cathedral and discovering little French cafes and shops selling trinkets and local favourite, macaroons.
Montpellier is a coastal city with long stretches of beach in striking distance of the city centre. Three-star hotel prices are lower on the outskirts of town, and staying here puts you on the road to the lively beach of Palavas or the secluded sand dunes of Espiguette.
If you are staying in town, take your pick from highbrow events at the Corum concert hall or the art exhibits at the superb Musee Fabre. The Musee has a huge collection of contemporary artworks, ceramics and European paintings stretching from the 17th to the 19th centuries, including priceless works by the likes of Raphael and Delacroix.