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This hotel was just not a good fit for me, and so minor irritations such as unfamiliar light switches with pressure dimmers, flimsy toilet roll holders, strange shower systems, a fridge with drinks but no price list, no luggage rack, etc piled up into a...More
This hotel being ranked on of the best in Arles is not surprising.. the service from booking to the actual stay is excellent and the rooms are more than you can ask for.. spacious, well equipped and given the age of the hotel large. The...More
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Response from amphit, Propriétaire at Hotel De L'AmphitheatreResponded 22 August 2017
merci pour votre commentaire sur notre établissement son staff sa décoration ses doubles supérieures
nous sommes heureux que vous...More
Now that Swiss (Basel Hoffmann-Laroche chemicals') heiress Maya Hoffmann is getting hold of the whole of Arles (150 millions € for a huge industrial land and three hotels at least)... this is your last chance to enjoy old world's atmosphere. Before art-art-art, before 100% vegan,...More
This family owned hotel is very small but nicely decorated in a shabby chic style. They have a lovely home cooked breakfast if you choose. The rome ruins are within a block or two and great location for walking every where. We used the underground...More
Great value for the money, I paid € 50 for an overnight stop. Very quiet, sits next to the Amphitheatre, you need to reach it on foot. You can park during the night your car in Rue de la Cité Foulc for free. great shower...More
Response from jcrickmore | Reviewed this property |
It's actually a lot quicker to park at the parking station and walk through the hotel, than it would be to try and drive into the old town and then get back to the parking station. We had prepared and packed a couple of... More
It's actually a lot quicker to park at the parking station and walk through the hotel, than it would be to try and drive into the old town and then get back to the parking station. We had prepared and packed a couple of small bags to carry to the hotel while leaving the suitcases in the car. The walk itself is worthwhile, going through the old streets and a feel for the place.