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Reviewed 17 August 2021 via mobile

Good location right in the center of tiny Aigues Mortes. It's a walkable few blocks from the train station to the walled town & then another block to the main square & hotel. There are a tourist office & many restaurants offering outdoor dining in the square. It would be nice if the city bothered to replace the missing street sign identifying the block of the hotel, but the large hotel sign is visible from the corner square. We had a Superior room; I don't know what made it Superior except that it had a view of the Constance Tower -- pretty at night while lit up, but not worth paying extra for. Note that there is no elevator & a tricky circular stairway; the 5 view rooms are at the top (2 flights up). The room was sparcely decorated but clean & contained a flat screen, wall mounted TV that occassionally broadcast an English language program in reruns (e.g. Hercule Poirot, Big Bang), but no news in English. We did not take breakfast at the hotel since there is an inexpensive bakery nearby. Aigues Mortes itself has limited charms, & 1 or 2 nights at most will be sufficient for most travelers. If you take one of the canal cruises of the Camargue offered by the local boat company from just outside the town wall, you need only take one as they are very similar though they offer different itineraries. We had excellent meals at both Le Bistrot Paiou (French) & Brasserie Trulli (Italian).

Room tip: Hotel offers a discount for 3 nights, but that may be more than you need for Aigues Mortes.
Date of stay: August 2021
Trip type: Travelled as a couple
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Fabien MOUTTE, Propriétaire at Hotel Le Saint-Louis, responded to this reviewResponded 22 August 2021

Dear 797denisr,
Thank you for taking the time to post a review about your recent stay at L’Hôtel Saint-Louis | Aigues-Mortes | Camargue.
We appreciate your comments as we are constantly working on improving the quality of service and facilities provided.
We hope to see you in our property during your next trip.
Kind Regards
Céline & Fabien Moutte – Hôtel Saint-Louis
Propriétaires - Owner

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Reviewed 11 October 2018

This is the place to go if you want to be in the centre of Aigues Mortes. Its very near the town square but far enough not to be disturbed by any noise. The staff were very charming.
The reason I gave 3* is we had to negotiate stairs to our room in the dark as the lights on the stairs were not turned on on our first night when it seemed we were the only guests. On the second night when there were more guests, the lights were on! One of the reasons we had booked the hotel as they had a bar in the hotel but it was not open when we came back to the hotel after dinner.
Rooms are fine and we liked our little balcony overlooking the street.

Date of stay: October 2018
  • Trip type: Travelled as a couple
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Reviewed 17 August 2018

The hotel is well situated, 100 m away from the bustle of the main square near an excellent restaurant. It has charm, and preserves its historical character. However this is not always an advantage; there's a very worn winding stone staircase leading to the upper floors. Being somewhat lame, I found this both difficult and dangerous. Our bedroom was fine, but it would have been nice to find somewhere to read. On the ground floor, there's a strangely decorated bar opening onto the street, not conducive to very much. Further in, there's a pretty walled garden - perfect to sit and talk, but too dark in the evening for reading..

Room tip: choose a lower floor
Date of stay: August 2018
  • Trip type: Travelled as a couple
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Reviewed 22 June 2017

Yes, a good Hotel with an A/C that was needed on this hot summer. We had a good if slightly sparten room overlooking one of the many charming pedestrainised streets. as we had a lot of luggage we parked in the Hotel Garage, it costs 15 € but it was worth the peace of mind. Dinner and Breakfast .. Excellent.

Room tip: Parking outside the City walls is free, but if you have lots of luggage try the Hotel Garage, book it, before though.
Date of stay: June 2017
  • Trip type: Travelled with family
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Reviewed 10 June 2017

This is a small hotel located in beautiful quiet location. Well refurbished old building with period features. The room was a bit small, but it was OK for our one night stay. Very nice cour yard with a very old olive tree in the middle that creates an atmosphere of tranquility and charm. Solid quality breakfast, on a higher side for a 3 star hotel. The staff were all very friendly and helpful. When we arrived the hotel car part was busy with other guests cars, but in the morning they offered to re-park our car when the car park got a free space, so that our car was kept in a cool place during the daily heat. We thank the hotel staff very much for their excellent service.

Room tip: if you are arriving late you need to inform the reception in advance, as there reception is closed at night.
Date of stay: June 2017
  • Trip type: Travelled as a couple
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