A friendly and attentive team. 24-hour reception. Welcome to Jean-Michel Grégoire’s hotel.
“Passion, welcome, friendliness, team spirit.”
Having finished his studies in hotel management, Jean-Michel gained experience in France and abroad. Going from being a caretaker to manager. In 2005 he set up camp in Nîmes, in the Gard department, and became the proprietor of The Originals City, Hotel Costières, Nîmes. “My work requires a high level of versatility and strong team spirit. I’m fortunate to have staff who have been loyal to me for years. Together we have created a friendly atmosphere that our guests, whether they are regulars or just passing through, particularly appreciate.” Jean-Michel’s teams excel in every area of this hotel accommodation in Nîmes, from reception to the cleaning, not to mention room service and the restaurant. More than just a stopover in Nîmes, The Originals City, Hotel Costières, Nîmes is a real friendly experience.
Cleanliness, simplicity, functionality. The Originals City, Hotel Costières, Nîmes’s 48 rooms are decorated in a simple style. The rooms and bathrooms of our Nîmes accommodation are admittedly a bit on the small side (even the family rooms for 4 people) and their decor is a bit dated, but they have everything that’s needed. It is quiet, despite being close to the highway and a shopping centre, and has good quality bedding.
- Air-conditioned room
- Room service
Eat at The Originals City, Hotel Costières, Nîmes’s restaurant, with its warm decor with red seats and black tables, either in the indoor room with veranda or on the covered terrace (heated in winter). Traditional cuisine is served at our Nîmes restaurant and the wide choice of the starter buffet is a delight for the eyes and appetites. The wholesome and generous breakfast buffet is available from 5am.
Its central position in the Gard department makes Nîmes an ideal base to explore all the beauty of a region rich in history, landscapes and flavours. Your starting point: The Originals City, Hotel Costières, Nîmes.
NÎMESNestled between its seven hills, Nîmes lies between Costières and scrubland to the north and the small Camargue to the south. Capital of Gard for the last 4,000 years, the city boasts cultural and historical treasures, particularly Roman: Maison Carrée, arenas, Les Jardins de la Fontaine, the Tour Magne… A must see is the Roman museum which opened its doors in June 2018 and the Great Roman Games held in the arenas in spring. A big historical re-enactment played out by nearly 500 volunteers from France and other European countries.
The Originals City, Hotel Costières, Nîmes recommends discovering the productions of the ‘Mas Neuf’ Costières vineyard. Aromatic, modern and elegant reds, fresh and delicate whites, fruity and festive rosés... The Costières de Nîmes wines have this southern character in common which indicates their origin.
THINGS TO SEE NEARBYAlès, at the edge of the Cévennes mountain range; Avignon, a town of art and history; Uzès, the first duchy of France, a town of potters and the Haribo sweet museum; Arles, Saintes-Maries-de-la-Mer, Aigues-Mortes and the wild beauty of the Camargue region; not forgetting Pont du Gard bridge, “even more memorable on fireworks evenings,” says Jean-Michel.
AQUATICS CENTREAQUATROPIC, the aquatic complex of the city of Nîmes, a community hub of 25,000m² including a 4,000m² pyramid-shaped building. With the family, alone or with friends, for relaxation or physical activity, this aquatics centre has 3 areas: aquatic with an Olympic swimming pool, workout, wellness.
The Originals City, Hotel Costières, Nîmes has two seminar rooms. One large and one small. They are equipped with white screens, overhead projectors and a fibre-optic internet connection. A TV and DVD player can be set up on request. Writing sets and bottles of water are also provided for all participants.