Hôtel Sous les Figuiers
Address3, Avenue Taillandier Saint-Rémy-de-ProvenceSee nearby area
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Lonely Planet review
A five-minute walk from town, this country-chic house hotel has 14 art-filled rooms facing a leafy garden – lovely for unwinding after a day's explorations. The owner is a painter (who runs half-day classes costing €85 per person) and has exquisite taste, marrying design details like velvet and distressed wood, Moroccan textiles, and rich colour palettes. Breakfast €13.50.
Our independent authors have visited Hôtel Sous les Figuiers and selected this as one of our recommended hotels in St-Rémy-de-Provence.
Description provided by property
Featuring a garden that is planted with 100-year-old fig trees, this air-conditioned hotel is located in Saint-Rémy-de-Provence. A Provencal breakfast with homemade jams and bread is served daily.
Free Wi-Fi is provided in the traditional-style rooms, which feature wooden furnishings. Some of the rooms offer a garden view or a private terrace. A hairdryer is provided in the bathrooms.
You can take breakfast in the dining room or on the terrace at Hôtel Sous les Figuiers. You can also enjoy a drink in the bar, and an art workshop takes place in the hotel every Wednesday.
Private parking is free on site and Servanes Golf Club is a 25-minute drive away. You can visit Avignon, which is 16 km from the hotel.
If you plan on arriving after 20:30, please contact the property in advance to obtain the necessary access codes. Contact details can be found on the booking confirmation.
Services & facilities
- Pets allowed
- Breakfast in the room
- Non-smoking throughout
- Non-smoking rooms
- Free WiFi
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