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Straddling a creek running through the house, this former 17th-century convent has been converted into a très sexy chambres d'hôtes , its dreamy rooms decked in luxe style – locally loomed high-thread-count linens, silk draperies and antiques reuphols...
Hôtel Sous Les Figuiers
Hidden behind a wall, this single-story country-chic hotel has 14 art-filled rooms facing a leafy garden – lovely for unwinding after a day's explorations...
Avignon’s top hotel occupies a converted 16th-century palace with dramatic interiors decked in oriental rugs, gold-threaded tapestries, marble staircases and over-the-top Gallic style...
Autour Du Petit Paradis
Live like a local in a 17th-century stone house converted into a small apartment-hotel. Scrupulously maintained, each has a kitchenette, ideal for travelers who like style, but dislike shelling out for restaurants.
For 200 years Hôtel de l'Europe has greeted luminaries from Napoléon to Jacqueline Kennedy-Onassis...
Hôtel De L'horloge
Most rooms at this super-central, 19th-century stone-walled hotel (with elevator) are straightforward (comfortable, all mod cons), but five terrace rooms have the edge with knockout views – room 505 overlooks the Palais des Papes.
This chic B&B in an 18th-century town house is like something out of Vogue Living – everything designers strive for when mixing old and new: state-of-the-art kitchen and minimalist white decor complementing antique fireplaces and 18th-century spir...
Hôtel De Garlande
The elegantly decorated rooms in this historic hôtel particulier overlook a narrow street, central to everything. Bathrooms sparkle. Note there's a steep stairway.
Villa De Margot
Charming, quiet old-city address. This 19th-century private home has been converted into an elegant guesthouse with walled garden and rooftop views. Rooms are styled like their names – Oriental, Royal, Art Deco and Romantic.
This excellent-value, 20-room hotel is a 10-minute stroll from town. Simple and spotlessly clean, its frilly-feminine rooms are decorated in dusty-rose, with wicker and white-wood furniture. Breakfast (€8.50) includes homemade bread and jam...
Hôtel Saint Jean
Simple, spiffy hotel, next to the theatre, with comfortable proportions and colourful Provençal fabrics. Free bike storage, double-pane windows and flat-screen TVs add value.
Hotel Du Poète
Drift asleep to the sound of rushing water at this elegant small hotel inside a restored mill on the river's banks. By day lollygag poolside in sun-dappled shade on park-like grounds.
Hôtel Du Palais Des Papes
This traditional small hotel has wrought-iron furniture, frescoed ceilings, exposed stone walls, an elevator, and (some) views of the Palais des Papes. It has a great on-site Provençal restaurant, Le Lutrin , and some rooms with air-conditioning.
Domaine De Cabasse
A wine-producing estate 800m south of Séguret, Domaine de Cabasse has 12 sunlit rooms, pretty terrace restaurant, pool, tennis, and wines galore from their barrel-lined cellar. Meals include veggies from the garden: consider half-board.
La Bastide Bleue
Good for families, with several quad rooms, this cozy 18th-century inn is simply decorated in classic Provençal style; some rooms have exposed wooden beams. Outside there's a vineyard-view pool...
Some rooms at this cyclist-friendly, central small hotel overlook the neighbouring park. The ground-floor flat has a private patio.
La Cabro D'or
Owner and head chef Jean-André Charial’s, La Cabro d’Or includes a Michelin-star restaurant and luxury rooms. Reservations are imperative.
Friendly enthusiastic owners keep this small, central, basic hotel looking spiffy, with double-pane windows and gleaming bathrooms. Evening aperitif included.
Hôtel Du Fiacre
The faded grandeur of this 18th-century mansion is charming – from marble staircase to canopied beds. Outside there's a lovely sun-dappled courtyard. Good service and value. Parking €7.
Hotel Le Malaga
Given the price and city-centre location the eight no-frill rooms are good value, if a bit threadbare, noisy and lacking in air-con. Downstairs there's a brasserie.
Les Jardins De La Livree
High-walled gardens and a lovely pool make this town centre, four-room chambre d'hôte feel far removed. Free parking.
Just north of Pont Édouard Daladier on Île de la Barthelasse, 850m from the walled city, this hostel has 180 beds in a mix of two- to eight-bed rooms, plus snazzier private digs including family rooms in its adjoining hotel...