Premiere Classe Arles
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The lady at the front desk was very nice and chatty, and the few staff we crossed on our way to the room were friendly.
No elevator, but the stairs weren't hard to manage.
The room was very, very small, we could barely walk past the edge of the bed to get into the bathroom (like an airplane or a travel trailer bathroom).
A nice t.v. and free internet connection
Room was visibly old, burn marks on the walls and floor, graffiti on the headboards etc.
Sheets had a few spots and things on them, not too sure of what, but I was too tired to bother.
Slept terribly, the hotel is right next to the highway and the walls are thin so heard the neighbours all night
Would not recommend this hotel; though the price was only 48 euros and I guess you get what you pay for :)
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