“Enjoy a simple and intense experience in the beautiful, quiet Aix countryside.”
Free hotel car park
Electric vehicle charging station
Golf course nearby
Garden or park
Choose whether to eat your breakfast, lunch and/or dinner by the water, or near the huge fireplace in the dining room! A continental breakfast of premium organic and artisan produce is served in the morning. At lunchtime and in the evening, enjoy traditional environmentally-friendly dishes made with fresh organic ingredients from small local producers and delicious meat and fish.
Seating up to 120 people year-round, the Maison Arquier restaurant serves seasonal menus and dishes. Great care is taken with ingredients and flavours. You can even watch the chefs at work in the open kitchen. Restaurant open for lunch and dinner. Try the Sunday brunch and the buffet drinks and dinner.
With the offer Short Break and more, you can benefit from a discount up to 30%.
Breakfast is included in the price of the room.
With the Half Board offer, breakfast and dinner are included in the price of the room.
Go on holiday in complete freedom at a reasonable price. And if you have any unforeseen circumstances, you can change or cancel at any time.
Take advantage of up to 30% discount on your stay by booking 15 days before your stay.
With the Security offer, book your next stay and get up to 20% discount.
Romantic Experience: The price of the stay includes a breakfast for two, a bottle of Champagne * and a late check-out **.
C'EST UN HOTEL TRÈS ACCUEILLANT AVEC DES EMPLOYÉS TRÈS SYMPATIQUES QUI NOUS FONT SENTIR CHEZ NOUS. UN PETIT DÉJEUNER TRÈS VARIÉ ET AVEC DES BONS PRODUITS. RESTAURANT EXCELLENT.
The Roquefavour Aqueduct is 82 metres tall, 375 metres long and famous for being the world’s biggest stone aqueduct. It was built in the 19th century and is the showpiece of the Marseille Canal. You can go on a short, easy walk (about 1 hour) to gain some height and enjoy views of the aqueduct from above.
Constructed from the late 17th century onwards, Cours Mirabeau is a wild thoroughfare in the heart of Aix-en-Provence. This lively avenue is home to various cafés, restaurants, shops and mansions. At the end of it, you will find Place de la Rotonde and its majestic fountain, which must be among the most beautiful of the city’s almost 1,000 fountains!
In the north of the old town, Aix Cathedral and its cloister stand proud as jewels of religious architecture. The site has been reworked over the centuries and boasts beautiful Romanesque, Gothic and Baroque elements. The oldest section is the baptistery, which was constructed in the 5th century. It is surrounded by 8 columns, which are older still, dating from the 2nd century.
Anyone who likes Cézanne should visit the Hôtel De Caumont art centre, which has an area devoted to Provence’s most famous painter, with several of his works on display. The centre is also worth a visit for its beauty alone, with 18th century architecture, rich interior decor and extensive peaceful gardens.
Just a couple of miles from central Aix-en-Provence, Hôtel Maison Arquier is set in the soothing surroundings of Provence’s beautiful countryside, with a backdrop made up of the gently flowing River Arc and the imposing shadow of the world’s biggest aqueduct (Roquefavour). This makes a unique setting for business meetings. The fully renovated meeting room can seat up to 25 people for seminars, working lunches, or team-building sessions. Free and secure private parking is available on-site.