La Mirande, dating back to 1309, is a hotel located in Avignon's city centre. It offers 18th-century style guest rooms with views through the antique windows overlooking the Palais des Papes. Very nice and helpful staff. Great hospitality. Great location in the super centre of the city.
Set at the Place de l'Horloge, Kyriad Avignon-Palais des Papes is located in the pedestrian zone of the historical centre of Avignon. Great location. Rooms are small but very clean an comfortable.
Located in the heart of the Old Town of Avignon, Hôtel Central offers comfortable guest rooms with free WiFi internet access. A garden and a bar are available on site. It’s the hotel of your wishes. Perfect from every perspective
In the heart of Avignon, on the main square "Place de l'Horloge", 50 meters away from the Popes Palace and 500 metres from the Pont d'Avignon, Mercure Avignon Centre Palais des Papes features free... This hotel is right next to the Palais des Papes so a perfect location to explore Avignon.
This hotel is set in a 19th-century building overlooking the picturesque Place de L'Horloge, in the centre of Avignon. It offers stylish rooms with free WiFi access. Great place with nice staff, helpful and great restaurant recommendations. Thank you
Offering a sun terrace and views of Le Rhône river, Bateau Hotel le Chardonnay is situated in Avignon, 700 metres from Papal Palace. Guests can enjoy the on-site bar. First time on a boat and it was amazing The fact that's its a boat, and the room were spacious...
Situated in Avignon, 2.8 km from Papal Palace, Hotel de l'île features accommodation with a bar, free private parking, a garden and a terrace. We were treated very well and made very welcome. I would recommend this hotel to anyone.
Le Médiéval is set in a former cardinal's palace in Avignon historic centre. This 17th-century building is a 5-minute walk from the Popes Palace and offers a floral patio with a fountain. LOCATION WAS IN THE OLD HISTORIC AREA. PERFECT.
Régina is a hotel located on the main street in Avignon and just a 5-minute walk from the Palais des Papes. Excellent, very central location. Staff were very welcoming.
Hotel Boquier is set in the Avignon City Centre district in Avignon, 800 metres from Papal Palace. Each room at this hotel is air conditioned and has a flat-screen TV. Location was great. Probably the first hotel from the train station but unlike other cities it’s in...
Featuring free WiFi, Garlande Hôtel Avignon Centre offers accommodation set on a pedestrian street in Avignon, 500 metres from Papal Palace and 900 metres from Pont d'Avignon. The location was perfect, the room was extremely clean & comfortable, and the staff, notably...
Located in a historical building in the centre of Avignon, HO36 Avignon is 350 metres from Palais des Papes and 750 metres from Avignon Train Station. It offers free WiFi access and a patio. Great place is like my home on France
The Danieli Hotel is situated at the heart of Avignon Old Town, 400 metres from the Palais des Papes and a 10-minute walk from the Pont d'Avignon bridge. Wonderful staff and breakfast. Convenient location. Great facilities.
Set in an 18th-century building, Alizéa is a hotel located in the Avignon's city centre, 800 metres from Papal Palace and 900 metres from Pont d'Avignon. Wonderful Place, the owners are the best!!
The Hotel Mignon is a boutique hotel situated within the ancient ramparts in the heart of Avignon's centre. A cozy nice hotel right in the heart of Avignon.
Nice to visit, but horrible organisation for the summer time and quite expensive on everything from food to drinks and activities. It is clear for us that Avignon is not an affordable place for the tourists. The parks get closed at 20 PM every day (22 PM in June and July) for things like "safety" ... which is really ridiculous, considering that we pay taxes for that "safety" and if we pay ... we should enjoy the 'safety' instead of being locked out from all the parks in the city. So if you plan to visit the Avignon in the summer, get ready to be scorched and don't bet on resting or having a small picnic in the local parks after 20:00 PM because they will be closed. Also, be careful about the local gangs just hanging around the city streets / city blocks. We were approached and made to show our pictures on the cameras so that the guys make sure we did not take any pictures of them. We were peaceful and recognized the right of the guys not to be in our pictures, but the overall atmosphere and behavior did not give us the impression of safety, but the exact opposite. While talking with one of the gang members, we were joined by 4 more persons, that quickly sneaked behind us. Nothing bad happened because we (and them) were polite and we were actually taking pictures of the architecture, but it made us think just how ridiculous is the idea of closing all the parks for "safety" . It doesn't increase the safety, nor does it give the impression of safety. We believe it does the exact opposite, giving the impression that the local authorities cannot maintain safety and security in the parks during the evening / night. The town is absolutely beautiful and really a must for history and architecture lovers.
Great views from the bridge and worth sitting in on the film in the basement which explains how scientists have identified how and when it was built. If travelling by Eurostar you may get discounted entry to the palace and bridge but the tourist information office also provides a brochure which allows discounted entry to several venues.
I remember learning to sing Sur le Pont d'Avignon at primary school; I am pleased to have been able to visit it over fifty years later and sing it again "in Situ"!( Although I didn't realise there were so many versions)
For me this is not a must-visit attraction. It is not a particularly beautiful bridge or a good viewpoint (better views of the bridge from the riverbank or the park behind the Palais des Papes). Go if you have some extra time since it is so cheap (only an extra 2 euros combined with the Palais ticket)
The bridge is a great place to visit but when you get outside it's worth climbing the steps up the cliff to the top, where you see some stunning views of the Rhone. IF you keep walking you get to some beautiful gardens behind the palais des papes
Very charming place which is walking distance to everything! We absolutely loved the courtyard. We arrived on a rainy Sunday afternoon. So it was very pleasant to just spend some time there before dinner time. We recommend a visit at the Halles market to buy some charcuterie and cheese, bring back and savour with a glass of wine from the excellent selection from the bar at Coeur d’Avignon. We stayed in the room Pont D’Avignon. It was lovely and very comfortable.
Great location walking distance from the Popes palace and Pont d’avignon. Beautiful setting rooms spacious and double volume. Hermes bath and shower products, complimentary water, coffee and tea in the room of the finest quality.
Its proximity to les Palais des Papes and la Place de l’Horloge with its many restaurants and cafes, also close to other attractions, including the famous Pont d’Avignon. Reception staff very friendly and helpful.