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

 

The hotel Estelou offers 3 categories of rooms, all comfortable, modern, and quiet...

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An even more enjoyable experience in a calm, air-conditioned room with direct access to the hotel garden

On the ground floor of the hotel, our GARDEN bedrooms have all the moden features you would expect in our hotel — but they also provide direct access to the garden via your very own private terrace and outdoor seating area. For your comfort, they are air-conditioned.

Our GARDEN rooms offer a unique and relaxing stay in your own Mediterranean garden.

Rooms from €95.

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Like all the rooms in our unique hotel, our GARDEN bedrooms include several facilities:

  • A large flatscreen TV with a range of free satellite channels
  • Free high-speed Internet access throughout the hotel, including in the garden
  • Minibar
  • Air conditioning
  • Hairdryer
  • Iron
  • Private shower and toilet
  • Welcome kit
  • Work area
  • Private terrace with direct access to the hotel garden

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 !