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Arles, district of the Cavalerie, in the heart of the historic center, 300 meters from the Amphitheater, the Maison Volver 4*! More than a hotel, a house to welcome you in an informal and authentic way. 12 different rooms, eclectic decor. pick and mix of influences, objects and colors creating an universe sur-mesure. Maison Volver has a terrace . 24-hour front desk, this property also provides guests with a restaurant. The rooms are equipped with a flat- screen TV with satellite channels. Rooms are complete with a private bathroom equipped with free toiletries, while certain rooms at the hotel...More details
Check-out ends at: 11:00
Room and corridor reeks of their restaurant kitchen
Reviewed 17 october, 2021
Unless you want to sleep in a kitchen and wake up smelling like one, do not stay here. There is zero ventilation and the room and corridors reek like their kitchen. Rooms extremely smell even for a boutique hotel. Feels more like a design hostel than a 4 -star boutique hotel. Totally over-priced for what it is. I had spent my 2 previous nights at the 5-star Hotel Jules Cesar and paid the same price for a junior suite and our bathroom there is bigger than the room we had at Maison Volver.
Welcoming staff and beautifully decorated
Reviewed 10 october, 2021
The redecorated hotel all in earth tones is quite beautiful. The room has a particularly comfortable bed as well as cosy linen sheets. The bathroom is quietly luxurious, nice shower, sunken bath. No real table, which you might miss or not, and little space to put away clothing, which makes it more suitable for one night, or two. The view is of a building and restaurants accross the street, but the windows only see… Out. Important to know: No elevator but the stairs are not high. The restaurant uses locally sourced food and is very pleasant. Breakfast is generous.
Pleasant staff, reasonable breakfast, extremely small room
Reviewed 28 february, 2020
Everyone was so very pleasant and happy that the smallness of the room we could overlook. However, it was for one night stay for us coming from Marseilles to eat at Atelier, Jean Luc Rabenel's restaurant and hence we had just an overnight back pack. There was no room to put ant reasonable luggage in the room. No chair to sit. Extremely difficult to control the temperature of the room due to its size. The bathroom was comfortably spacious. No idea why hey had to give plastic bottle of water in the room. Breakfast buffet was good. We would have loved to have some fresh fruit. For one night stay it was good but not sure I can recommend it for any longer stay. Great location, close to the train station and middle of town. Good wifi.
Very conveniently located hotel
Reviewed 5 february, 2020
A very individual hotel, with lots of interesting design features. The linen sheets were lovely, the shower very powerful and the room relaxing. Everything was immaculately clean. It is within easy walking distance of the railway station, ampitheatre and market. The only negative was the restaurant which was not open in January, apart from breakfast/brunch, this was not made clear when booking. A lot of Arles appeared to be closed in January but there were enough restaurants to find somewhere to eat, and most of the historical sites and museums were open, but had few visitors so a great time to see them!
Great service and location
Reviewed 8 january, 2020
We stayed here in November for a couple of days before we began our river cruise. The people who worked there were lovely and very helpful. We ate dinner there twice, and I was very impressed at the quality of the food. The octopus was very tender, and I think the lemon mousse was one of the best I've ever had. Our room was very cute, with the open concept bath area (toilet was private) with large windows overlooking the mostly pedestrian street. Well worth it.