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|Distance to city centre||0.2 km|
|Distance to airport||54.4 km|
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Everything was beautiful and interesting. Location was also good for access to the train.
The negative was that we could not connect to the internet. No one could help us get connected and my husband was quite frustrated about this. We did not have this problem at any other hotel on our two week trip. I also had some trouble booking on line until your web site showed up. Also, the online reply returned to me from the hotel was in French which delayed the booking process until your site appeared.
Convenience to downtown Arles.
The location if driving is impossible. We literally wasted hours trying to get to their garage. We left early and rebooked a place outside of town as we used our car everyday for day trips.
The location of the hotel was perfect for accessing all parts of Arles on foot which was good since once you manage to find a car park space in Arles you don't want to loose it! (car parking is a nightmare in Arles....)
On one day we did not get our room made up and queried this with the Front Desk who apologised profusely (advising the cleaning staff were new) sorted it immediately and offered us free drinks at the bar.
The character of the hotel was fabulous and we liked it's central location although we did have difficulty finding it.
The service at breakfast was very slow and many tables were left uncleared.
Good location but a bit difficult to find. Great pool facility for the kids.
Weak air conditioner.
As early as the Middle Ages L’Arlatan was recognised as being Arles’ most lavish hôtel particulier - a grand townhouse - and now, thanks to the exceptional vision of artist Jorge Pardo, it is making an outstanding début on the modern stage. A gigantic 6000 square metres of mosaic now adorns the hotel with an explosion of colour, light and contemporary design.
Each room and each doorway is a unique work of art; the almost two million fragments of mosaic tile used for the renovation were all handmade. The different buildings, whose central part is listed as a Monument Historique, are set around a magnificent courtyard with a majestic staircase and lounges boasting unrivalled charm.
L’Arlatan welcomes you and takes you on an exceptional, magical journey through history, culture and the senses. Nestled in the historic centre of Arles, it is just a few minutes from the Place du Forum, the Roman amphitheatre (Les Arènes) and the Church of Saint Trophime.
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FAQs when booking at L'Arlatan
Where is L'Arlatan located?
L'Arlatan is located at 20 Rue Du Sauvage, 0.2 km from the centre of Arles. Musee Reattu is the closest landmark to L'Arlatan.
When is check-in time and check-out time at L'Arlatan?
Check-in time is 15:00 and check-out time is 12:00 at L'Arlatan.
Does L'Arlatan offer free Wi-Fi?
Yes, L'Arlatan offers free Wi-Fi.
Does L'Arlatan offer free parking?
No, L'Arlatan does not offer free parking.
Does L'Arlatan offer free airport shuttle service?
No, L'Arlatan does not offer free airport shuttle service.
How far is L'Arlatan from the airport?
L'Arlatan is 19.1 km from Nimes Garons. L'Arlatan is 33.6 km from Avignon-Caum.
Can you bring pets to L'Arlatan?
Yes, L'Arlatan is a pet-friendly hotel.
Does L'Arlatan have a pool?
Yes, L'Arlatan has a pool on-site.
Most popular landmarks
- Musee Reattu 51 m
- Thermes de Constantin 58 m
- Place du Forum 110 m
- National School of Photography 171 m
- Church of St. Trophime 231 m
- Fondation Van Gogh 233 m
|Nimes Garons||19.1 km|