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By staying in a B&B Hotel in Aix-en-Provence, you are choosing a low-cost hotel equipped with everything you need for a pleasant stay.
Do you need to find an affordable room in Aix-en-Provence? Choose between our B&B le Tholonet, close to the train station and the motorway and just a few minutes’ drive from the city centre, or our rooms near the university and the CREPS and not far from the train station.
Our B&B hotel in Aix en Provence Le Tholonet is a 2-star establishment. Near the Université de la Méditerranée Aix-Marseille, this hotel is the perfect place to stay if you wish to wander through Aix, as the city centre is only 5 kilometres away. Very easily reached, located next to the Nationale 7 motorway and only 3.5 kilometres from the A8 motorway, it’s a perfect play for families and couples to stay. If you’re travelling by train, know that the SNCF Aix-en-Provence train station is only 4 kilometres away and theMarseille Provence airport is 30 kilometres away. It’s an affordable, well-situated hotel for visiting the city without the inconveniences of a stay in the city centre!
B&B Hotel Aix en Provence Pont de l'Arc is only 500m from the Université de la Méditerranée Aix-Marseille: it’s a godsend if you’re visiting your children who are students at the university, or if you need to take an exam at the university. The SNCF Aix-en-Provence train station is only 2 kilometres away, so the hotel is also perfect if you’re travelling by train!
B&B Hotel in Aix en Provence Venelles is perfectly situated, just a few kilometres from the centre of Aix. This modern, well-equipped hotel is very close to the motorway, making it easy to reach if you are travelling for a business trip or if you just need somewhere to spend the night while en route to your holiday destination.
Don’t delay—book your affordable hotel in Aix-en-Provence today
The capital of Provence, Aix-en-Provence is a city with a rich past! During Antiquity, the city was famous for the Sextius thermal baths found in the heart of the city. Aix-en-Provence’s history is also reflected in its Mazarin neighbourhood, with its wide, shaded avenues and numerous private hotels. And you can’t miss the 17th-century Cours Mirabeau, the main thoroughfare, which is the pride of the locals!
It’s impossible to visit Aix without strolling down the legendary Cours Mirabeau! The symbolic street is a gathering place for the whole city—especially for fans of shopping. Whether you’re looking to enjoy a pleasant walk, eat lunch, have a drink or stroll through the market, it’s the perfect place for you. You are sure to appreciate the tree-lined street and the typically-Provençal fountains, as well as the extra-wide sidewalks, which give pedestrians plenty of room to window shop and take in the sights.
You can also choose to discover Aix’s old city, and travel back in time by visiting Aix-en-Provence’s rich cultural and architectural heritage. Visit the Cathédrale Saint-Sauveur, the Palais des Archevêques, or the Tour de l'Horloge. Walk down the narrow cobblestone streets until you reach Cours Sextius, where you can admire the authentic Roman thermal bath.
Don’t forget the Indian Forest, or the famous small squares and fountains. Legend has it that there are more than 100 fountains—it’s up to you to find them all! And why not take advantage of your family weekend in Aix-en-Provence to walk up Montagne Sainte-Victoire?
What would Aix be without its artists? Undoubtedly the most famous is Cézanne, whose studio is now open to visitors. The Musée Granet is home to some of the most beautiful works of the impressionist movement. Fans of beautiful stonework will enjoy the Eglise Saint-Jean-de-Malte and theCathédrale Saint-Sauveur, two of the city’s architectural masterpieces!
Summer and winter alike, Aix-en-Provence’s calendar is marked by numerous cultural events! From the Foire aux Santons in January to the Festival de la Bande Dessinée in March, by way of Les Nuitées d’Aix in August, each season has its high point! If you only remember one, let it be the Festival International d’Art Lyrique, one of the most famous in the world!
Don’t hesitate—come visit this multi-faceted Provençal city with its authentic, old-time charm and book an affordable hotel room.