Ratings based on 153 Verified Reviews
They paid and stayed. We double-checked.
4.6 Room cleanliness
4.4 Service & staff
4.4 Room comfort
4.4 Hotel condition
They paid and stayed.
for Everyoneby A verified traveler from Charlotte, NC
Very Nice Hotel Far from AvignonPosted Oct 9, 2015
Pros: the Personnel were very helpful, The country feel of the Hotel, the Patio
Cons: The Hotel should consider adding a shuttle to Avignon. I would not stay here again unless I rented a car.
Location: The village of Villeneueve-les-Avignon has fantastic restaurants that are family owned and operated. The Salamander was excellent.
This was a very nice hotel. The staff was very helpful and most personnel spoke very good English. The hotel and the rooms were very nice and centered around a beautiful courtyard. Our room had a patio with table and chairs which would have been very nice if it had not been so cold outside. The breakfast buffet was acceptable, although we arrived one day 20 minutes before the end and all of the hot items were gone and none were replaced. This was odd since there was a 16 euro charge per person for breakfast. The Hotel is located in a small town, Villeneuve-les-Avignon, outside of Avignon. It is NOT within walking distance to Avignon. The taxi ride costs about 16 euro one way. We were under the impression that the hotel was within a 20 minute walk of Avignon. It is actually about a 20 minute walk to the bus to Avignon which we were told only runs until 7pm. If you do not have a car, plan on the taxi fares of 32 euro round trip. In addition, one cold night it took us one and a half hours to get a taxi back to the hotel. We finally went to the train station taxi stand but that was no quicker. The first taxi refused to take us because it was too far.
for Couplesby A verified traveler
Great hotelPosted Sep 5, 2015
Pros: Almost everything. The staff were helpful, the room was nice and the grounds were excellent
Cons: The room was a little smaller then I had anticipated but the bathroom was huge.
Location: Great location. Short walk to village and catch a bus to Avignon
We found this hotel to be of a very good standard. The only thing was if you wanted a drink you had to ask at the reception because the Bar was not manned.
by A verified traveler from New York, NY
Good but not luxurious.Posted Sep 2, 2015
Not worthy of 4 1/2 stars. Closer to 3 stars. First room looked like something out of the shining. Shower head in the tub. Made a mess. Switched rooms after the first night which they graciously accommodated. That said, first room was really disappointing. New room was pretty nice. Wanted to eat at hotel restaurant one night. Was told they were full despite more than half the tables being empty. Lacked the elegance I was hoping for. Very reasonably priced but I guess you get what you pay for.
for Couplesby Jesper from Denmark
Private luxuryPosted Aug 22, 2015 on Hotels
We had two great days at this place! The hotel is rather small which gave a great sense of privacy- during the day and evening. Amazing restaurant with an impressive wine list! We came after most people for breakfast and there was nothing left which was disappointing. Also the price to rent bikes was ridiculous given the fact that the hotel is 4-5 km from Avignon center.
for Couplesby Bo from Stockholm
Recommended!Posted Jul 26, 2015 on Hotels
Very good hotel by the beach and Close to Downtown. Luxury and a bit expensive but those go together don't they. Nice staff and most could speak English. Recommended!
for Couplesby ansgar from haugesund
Koselig hotell utenfor sentrum.Posted Jul 26, 2015 on Hotels
Hotellet er lite, rolig, stemningsfullt og koselig. Rommet vi fikk hadde nr 1, og det var fantastisk fint, med egen utgang til hagen. Ligger 15 min fra sentrum av Avignon, så taxi ble flittig brukt. Frokosten er god, men kom i tide for de tar maten presis 10,30. Vi benyttet ikke svømmebassenget, men det ser bra ut. Anbefales viss du ikke ønsker å bo i sentrum.
for Couplesby A verified traveler from Auckland, New Zealand
Romance RomancePosted Jul 21, 2015
Pros: The buildings, the furnishing and interior decor in the main building, the garden and dining on the garden terrace
Cons: The bedroom we had could benefit from more character French furniture. There is definitely room for it.
Location: The location is so close to Avignon, but is nestled away from the hustle and bustle. Only a 17E taxi ride- well worth it.
Like walking into a cliché French Romance Movie. Not a bad thing! Beautiful old building and lovely garden. Restaurant delivers superb French Cuisine and benefits from an excellent Sommelier. We stayed just the one night to get the "real French experience" to contrast our modern-generic hotel in Avignon. Definitely recommend you do the same- this place delivers!!! Splash out and star in your own French Romance...
for Everyoneby A verified traveler from sydney australia
Very attractive oasis with every facility charmingPosted Jul 20, 2015 on Wotif
My stay would have been perfect had not reception failed to co-ordinate my taxi pick up from Avignon TGV and if someone had known and passed on to me how the air conditioning worked -two simple things that spoiled an otherwise lovely hotel, and which didn't seem to concern management nearly enough. Delightfull restaurant room and pool.
for Couplesby erika from florida
Not as it should have been.Posted Jul 14, 2015 on Hotels
Th hotel setting was lovely...stone walls, beautiful garden, nicely appointed dining room and reception rooms. Bathroom was not good because you had to sit in the tub and use handheld shower to take a shower. No shower curtain meant that you would spray all over. Hotel staff uppity and not helpful. No change (coins) available, no adapters, one tv station in english and it was from Japan. Internet went out for he better part o a day. All in all, not at all what is expected from a hotel in this price range. Would never recommend it.
for Couplesby A verified traveler from Charleston, SC
Last stay in France before moving on to Spain . .Posted Jul 12, 2015
Pros: The overall package, no detail was left unattended. Fantastic food, facilities, pool, gardens and staff.
Cons: Better directions to get to the Hotel.
Location: The village is beautiful and full of life, great restaurants and shops.
The Najeti Hotel la Magnaneraie was superb. This is a magical part of the area. I am so pleased that I selected this hotel for our stay in Villeneuve Les Avignon instead of staying in Avignon. This was our fifth place for lodging on our trip from Paris through Provence, and by far the most lovely. The setting was picturesque and the facilities were top notch, wonderful staff and not one thing disappointed.