Avignon Grand Hotel

Address: 34, Blvd Saint-Roch, Avignon, Provence, 84000, France | 4 star hotel
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This 4 star hotel, located on 34, Blvd Saint-Roch, 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 ReviewsAvignon Grand Hotel

      Reviewed by fausettj

      A little tired but still good value.

      Reviewed Oct 17, 2014
      by (3 reviews) , New Zealand Flag of New Zealand

      Huge room, more like a suite. Could do with a bit of a refurb but very quiet and comfortable.

      This review is the subjective opinion of a TravelPod member and not of TravelPod.com.

      Reviewed by susanvstravels

      A great place to stay in Avignon

      Reviewed Aug 23, 2014
      by (2 reviews) , Australia Flag of Australia

      We stayed here 23-24 august 2014, the accommodation is spacious, we had a large bedroom with 2 queen size beds, a separated sitting room, vanity room & separate bathroom, with a separate bath & shower, flexible shower head for both bath &shower, with the best shower so far in my travels in France, for both pressure & temperature control. the staff were friendly & helpful.

      This review is the subjective opinion of a TravelPod member and not of TravelPod.com.

      Historical Traveler Reviews Avignon Grand Hotel

      Excellent, no other words


      We stayed at a suite double. The size, quality, cleanliness of the room, the personnel, the location, everything was excellent. No other words.



      Very nice hotel, spacious rooms, separate lounge area, nice bathroom, clean, airy and quiet. We had a ground floor room which opened onto the courtyard which was very pleasant. Staff very friendly and helpful. Great location, only a few mins walk from main centre, and just over the road from the bus station. On arrival at the TGV station, we got a taxi to the hotel which cost 10 euros but the buses run regularly from and to the station for 1.10 euros each. Would recommend.

      It's all relative


      If you're coming from a luxe hotel, you'll see the shortfalls of this basic hotel. However, if you've been traveling through the countryside of France in summer, you'll love the hot enclosed shower, and cold quiet AC. We got a suite w/ pullout for one child. We both had cable TV and there was a curtain to separate the rooms. The staff is hit or miss but the overall attitude is one of service. Good location with free parking right across the street. I might look for another hotel when going back, just for ambiance, but I'd definitely stay there again. Oh yeah, it was clean too.

      Functional with little personality


      We paid about $190 for our room.

      Location - Just outside the ramparts that surround the center of the city. Next to the train station which made it very convenient. However, it would have been more charming to have been inside the ramparts. If you looked outside your window, you saw suburban-looking buildings with little charm

      Room - Very spacious and comfortable. Clean. Bathroom was functional. Furniture was provence style but came together in an uninteresting manner. Fluorescent lights in the hallway

      Service - No complaints

      Perfect location


      My wife and I used Avignon Grand Hotel as a base for sightseeing for five days starting August 28. The suite was large and comfortable, the hotel was clean with excellent facilities and a very helpful staff. Its location was ideal situated on the ring road around historic Avignon. Perfect location for walking the town . Also the major car rental agencies were 100 yards away and parking was very convenient. It was an easy location to access the roads for driving day trips of Provence. Short cab ride from the TGV station. We loved it.

      Very Nice


      This hotel was very nice. The staff was very courteous and attentive. The location was also great. Not the most plush, but very nice for a provincial European hotel. Great bathrooms.

      This Place Is Incredible


      It doesn't get much better than this, charming and highly attentive staff, beautiful hotel, great decor, every amenity, incredible location just across the street from the walled city, huge room with sitting room, great bathroom, beautiful patio, this hotel is an A+ and romantic!!

      Great for families


      We have stayed at this hotel for a week at a time over the last two summers. We love the big, airy rooms, and the fact that our two kids can stay with us in the 2 bedroom suites. The staff is friendly, and the location to the walled city is great...just steps to the main gate and boulevard.

      Acceptable, not plush


      I stayed at this hotel for two nights while in Avignon july 2003. The location is excellent just outside the city wall, and is within short walking distance to everything. The rooms were spacious and the bathrooms very new and nice. However, our airconditionig (central) was not functioning and in the second night I demanded another room (which I got) which had better airconditioning. Overall, the place is acceptable. However, travelers who want to stay at plush hotels should look elsewhere.

      Excellent & Affordable - Great Stay


      Stayed three nights at Grand Hotel as a base to see Avignon and some of Provence. Huge room, and more closet space than I've ever seen in another hotel. Very comfortable suite arrangement, and included an open terrace on the hotel's courtyard. Staff was also wonderful, very accomodating, and helpful as to restaurant recommendations. Location is also good, as it faces the city walls and is only a short walk from the main attractions along the Rue de la Republique. Very quiet room as well, so city noise did not intrude.Would highly recommend this hotel -- an excellent experience!

      TripAdvisor Reviews Avignon Grand Hotel

      3.50 of 5 stars Very Good

      Travel Blogs from Avignon

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      A travel blog entry by fausettj on Oct 17, 2014

      1 comment, 21 photos

      This entry will be three days rolled into one, starting last Friday morning.

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      A travel blog entry by susanvstravels on Aug 23, 2014

      2 comments, 21 photos

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