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

 

The grand hotel offers 23rooms, all comfortable, with air conditioning and quiet...

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COSY Suite: Two adjoining rooms offer more space and privacy for your family

On the first floor of the main station building, our COSY sweet has two adjoining bedrooms connected via a door. Each roomhas air conditioning, overlooks the hotel gardens and is therefore incredibly calm. The COSY suite has two shower rooms, two toilets and two TVs, as well as one double and two single beds. By choosing the COSY suite, you’ll have even more space for a relaxing and enchanting stay.

Suite from €159.

A ‘Suite Garden’ room in a unique hotel in Sommières in the South of France
A truly unique hotel in the South of France located in a restored railway station
Hôtel insolite à Sommières dans le sud de la France - salle de douche de la “Suite Garden”An unusual hotel in Sommières in the South of France. A ‘Suite Garden’ room.
 

Like all the rooms in our unique hotel, the SUITE offer plenty of facilities:

  • Two large flatscreen TVs 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 showers and toilets
  • Welcome kit
  • Work area
  • Pet Friendly

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 !