Adagio Access Avignon

Address: 6, Avenue de la Gare, Avignon, Provence, 84000, France | 2 star hotel
 
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This 2 star hotel, located on 6, Avenue de la Gare, Avignon, is near Street of Dyers (Rue de Teinturiers), Rue de la Republique, Musee Calvet, and Fondation Angladon-Dubrujeaud.
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    TravelPod Member ReviewsAdagio Access Avignon

    Reviewed by travelimmersion

    Close to transport

    Reviewed May 3, 2012
    by (14 reviews) , Australia Flag of Australia

    The rooms are very small but the addition of a small well stocked kitchenette including a fridge was very appreciated. There is no view to speak of but the location near to the Gare (where the TGV stops) is excellent and you can't hear the train from the hotel. There is also a bus route that takes you from the station past a bus stop just 100 m from the hotel into the city so it is a well located place to stay to see Avignon. The reception staff were very helpful and spoke English very well. We didn't try their breakfast and opted for a brasserie in town instead, however the price came to a similar cost.

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    TripAdvisor Reviews Adagio Access Avignon

    3.50 of 5 stars Very Good
     

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