Ratings based on 95 Verified Reviews
They paid and stayed. We double-checked.
4.3 Room cleanliness
4.2 Service & staff
3.9 Room comfort
4.0 Hotel condition
They paid and stayed.
for Otherby A verified traveler from london
wonderful hotelPosted Jul 9, 2014
Pros: its character built over 300 years ago internal open staircase so pretty brilliant staff
Cons: the breakfast when so many cafes do wonderful cakes and croissants this was the only let down but you have the option of having breakfast out;
Location: right in the center can walk to maison carre and the amphitheatre wonderful sqaure of about 8 restaurants 5 mins away
went to zz top in Nimes Hotel was wonderful, full of charm, really old with history
for Everyoneby Rita from foster, Australia
why go to rome when you can go to Nimes?Posted Jun 18, 2014
Pros: I love staying here due it being one of the oldest buildings in Nimes with marble staircases. Comfort and character.
Cons: Breakfast could have more variety, but all is good
Location: The hotel is a short walk from the station, with a shopping centre at the end of the street. It is quiet and well located to restaurants and shops.
I have stayed at this hotel every second year for the past 10 years. The staff continue to be friendly and helpful and there is nothing like eating breakfast in the courtyard surrounded by Roman construction. It is a step back in time, with modern comforts. Breakfast is now buffet and provides a great variety. Wifi works well and is free.
for Everyoneby Douglas from Scotland
Decent hotelPosted Apr 9, 2014
Pros: Location and good room size
Cons: safe that works
Location: good location in Nimes for parking and walking to the sights.
Good hotel in a good location in Nimes for parking and walking to the sights. Safe didn't work which was annoying
for Everyoneby Ernest from Hsinchu City, Taiwan, Republic of China
Nice designPosted Feb 9, 2014
Location: Not very close to the public parking and the hotel faces an extremely narrow street.
Nice front desk staff, nice old-fashioned interior design, and a somewhat spacious room. The breakfast seems too expansive, so we didn't take it. Beware that there is no separation between the restroom and the bedroom. It seems that the hotel charges for in-room coffee, too.
by Ali from Melbourne, Australia
Lovely staircase, good location. Bad showerPosted Jan 1, 2014
Pros: Historical staircase and courtyard was beautiful.
The bed was very comfy, the rooms decorated nicely, however the bathroom were very tired. The shower was hand held only and there was no shower screen which meant that the water went everywhere. They need to renovate the bathrooms or at least provide a wall bracket so you can tether the shower head to the wall. Good location in old part of nimes, staff were fantastic and very helpful in recommending restaurants etc.
for Everyoneby A verified traveler
Great hotel - will be backPosted Nov 18, 2013
This is a great hotel, great location, great staff we were welcomed at the door and gien a beautiful room overlooking the street. the buildin gis 16th cent so some steps but the rooms are so modern and spotless. Early check out the next morning no hassles they called a cab. I will be back soon as possible as didnt get a chance to explore Nimes this time. There are a few loely bars and resturants near by. A great find - thanks expedia and thanks Hôtel Marquis de La Baume.
for Couplesby P. Spina from Seattle, WA
Basement room in a medieval staircasePosted Oct 7, 2013 on Hotels.com
This was probably one of our worst hotel experiences on this now over two month trip. This hotel is very old and was renovated, which was all very well. However, we were put in a ground floor (basement) room right off the reception area in a stone stairwell. The room itself was okay except that it had no air conditioning. The big problem was the stone staircase and hallways. Every whisper, every footstep going up the stone steps, was magnified and resonated. People conversing on the way to their rooms above us sounded like they were shouting over megaphones. It did not quiet down enough for us to get to sleep until nearly midnight and we had a 5 AM wake up time. We would not stay here again, which is a shame because the location was fine, the staff was fine, and the hotel could be an old gem.
for Overnight Stay Before Destinationby Clive & Karen from Harlow
Nimes ExperiancePosted Sep 3, 2013 on Hotels.com
The hotel whilst nice internaly is very difficult to find due to name externaly being different to the booking details. Lots of stairs to the room despite a lift to the floor but then many small stairs due to old style building.Room was small but well presented and air con is covered by the curtains so it is expose your self to the neighbours or suffer reduced air con. Due to the hotel being in a small one way street with no parking and room for one car it is difficult to stop and unload at busy times and car parks are some distance from the hotel. Breafkast is ok but expensive compared to other hotel breakfasts that we had on our trip but location of the courtyard is nice. One receptionist spoke good English but the other did not but still all very freindly. Bathroom had been refurbished at some stage but quality of workmanship is poor and looks half finished in places, but a nice touch in the room was coffee making facilities and a mini bar. would look for another more convenient loaction if i was to visit the city again as this hotel is some distance from the main areas but did have some nice restutrants localy.
Recommendedby France by train from London
Unique, historic courtyard hotelPosted Aug 24, 2013 on Hotels.com
Very central hotel, close to all the Roman attractions of Nimes. Lovely, quiet courtyard building. Good breakfast. Helpful staff.
Recommendedby Thomas from Canada
Great hotel, needs wifiPosted Aug 13, 2013 on Hotels.com
Nice room and pretty good location near the edge of old town. Reasonable walking distance from all the sites and very close to good restaurants. Wifi in the rooms is an extra charge which is pretty ridiculous these days and breakfast was not included though. Staff was nice and helpful. A bit of a walk from the train station if you have heavy bags but still doable.