This fine 17th-century mansion was transformed into a hotel of distinctive character by the Chay family. It centres around a monumental staircase typical of the private mansions of the time, which now gives access to the hotel’s 3 floors and 40 rooms.
You will not fail to be taken by its clear, ample volumes, its Provencal furniture, the care lavished on the decoration and the myriad details reminding you that you are in Tarascon, in the heart of Provence.
The hotel offers you 40 sunny rooms, from single to quadruple rooms.
All the rooms are equipped with air-conditioning, comfortable and well equipped, with bathroom, toilet, direct phone line, flat screen television, free wifi access. You will find them ideal for relaxing after a day of exploring and visiting.
The lounge, the bar lounge and the breakfast room all give you the opportunity of spending a pleasant moment in a warm and friendly atmosphere. You will appreciate the Provencal furniture typical of the region’s mansions.
Long ago, this city was a metropolis of Roman Gaul. Today, Arles is both the gateway to the Camargue, and the home of festivals and bullfights that still take place in the very arena where the Romans held their Games in the 1st century A.D.
The period of the Avignon Papacy had a major impact upon the architecture of this city.
Evidence of human inhabitation has been found in Les Baux-de-Provence dating from 6000 B.C.
In the Middle Ages, this site became stronghold of a feudal power that controlled 79 surrounding towns and villages.
The Camargue is an island situated between the embanked arms of the Rhône. This fusion of land, river and sea shelters huge wild plains with marshes. With a perfect balance between environment and human activities, possessing a history of 26.
Nîmes is a city of many cultures : on the border between the Languedoc and Provence, near the Camargue and the Cévennes, it is both Romanic and Hispanic.
The Pont du Gard is the highest known Roman aqueduct. It was built between 40 and 60 A.D. during the reign of Emperor Claudius, to provide the city of Nîmes with water.
The village of Saintes-Maries-de-la-Mer, a place of warm reception, tradition and pilgrimage, is built between sky and sea, where the Rhone meets the Mediterranean Sea.
Saint-Rémy, located in the heart of the Parc Naturel Régional des Alpilles and surrounded by some of Southern France’s most beautiful countryside, is ideal as a base for visiting this rich and varied region.
Kids and adults are invited to make a true voyage of discovery throughout the Middle Ages.
Discover museum’s collection in vaulted galleries.
Provencal Market every Tuesday morning
The rooms are very clean, the staff friendly and we enjoyed the delicious breakfast every morning. We had a great time.
Very lovely and very clean hotel. Really good located, we could visit all the interesting places such as Avignon or Arles and the Camargue.