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Unusual HOTEL SOMMIERES | uncommon stay - South of France
Unusual HOTEL SOMMIERES | uncommon stay - South of France


The hotel Estelou offers 23 rooms, all comfortable, air conditionning and quiet...

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Comfortable, air conditionned rooms with just what you need for a reasonably priced stay

Spread across the first two floors of the main building, rooms on the East side offer a view over the hotel gardens, while those on the West overlook the Pic Saint-Loup and the foothills of the Cévennes. You’ll be sure to enjoy a quiet night in an unusual location for a reasonable price in one of these rooms.

Rooms from €79.

Hôtel insolite entre les départements de l’Hérault et du Gard, au sud de la France, proche de Montpellier et de Nîmes
Les chambres Cosy de l’hôtel Estelou sont calmes et lumineuses.
Hôtel insolite proche de Montpellier et de Nîmes
Hôtel Estelou, un hôtel insolite du sud de la France - Chambres CosyHôtel insolite du sud de la France - Hôtel Estelou, Chambres Cosy


Like all the rooms in our unique hotel, our COSY bedrooms include:

  • Air conditionning
  • A large flatscreen TV with a range of free satellite channels
  • Free high-speed Internet access throughout the hotel, including in the garden
  • Minibar
  • Hairdryer
  • Iron
  • Private shower and toilet
  • Welcome kit
  • Work area
  • Pet Friendly
  • Acessibility for person with reduced mobility (2 rooms available on the ground floor)

Discover the hotel Estelou, an unique hotel in the south of France:

To discover the most beautiful towns of the South of France - Avignon, Arles, Nîmes, Montpellier, Aigues-Mortes, Sommières, Uzès -, to enjoy the Mediterranean sea and its stunning beaches, to discover the cuisine and provençal art of living, choose the hotel Estelou. Located in Sommières, in the buildings of an old railway station, it’s an unusual and charming hotel:

  • Hotel Estelou

    Hotel Estelou

    An out-of-the-ordinary 3 star hotel with a very original architecture inside a former train station bulit in 1870 !