The Best Hostels in Arles, France
The city of Arles, Provence's largest, is a popular destination for a short stay, or indeed as a central base from which to explore the entire region. A former Roman metropolis, the city itself is home to a 65 hectare UNESCO world heritage site, which includes a marvelous Roman amphitheater, one of the last in the world to still provide bullfighting, as well as other stunning buildings from that era. It was also, for a time, the home of legendary painter Vincent van Gogh, and his legacy (as well as the influence of its burgeoning contemporary art movement) can be seen around the city. Backpackers can elect either to stay in one of the city's many centrally-located hostels, or its modern and stylish hotels.
How much do hostels in Arles cost?
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$57 ($50 to $61)
Central location, perfect for backpackers
Dorm Bed: $25.00
This hostel is ideally located, within walking distance of almost anywhere in Arles, especially close to the city's famous amphitheater, and with views of its Roman ruins. It is a smaller hostel, with just four bedrooms, so book quickly to avoid disappointment! Rooms cater for between 3 and 6 guests. The welcoming, English-speaking staff are able to provide a light breakfast of fresh bread and accompaniments free of charge, though well-equipped kitchen facilities are also available, allowing you to prepare your own meals if you wish. Rooms here are very secure, with codes required to get through any door in the hostel, and sheets are included.
26 Place Pomme ,
Close to the sites and friendly staff
This hotel's central location, close to the city's main sites, and with views over the Rhone from some rooms, is not to be missed. It is accessible whatever your means of transport, situated a short walk away from the SNCF train station (making it a great place from which to explore the region) and with free parking available. Rooms are air-conditioned and come equipped with hairdryers and safety deposit boxes, and a superb buffet breakfast is available, as is internet access. Staff are helpful and accommodating, on hand to answer any questions you may have, provide maps and recommendations and give you access to the hotel's popular bike-rental service, allowing you to get around Arles in a different way.
5 rue Marius Jouveau ,
Excellent location with a luxury touch
With 30 hotel-style rooms and 3 suites, all completely soundproofed, this recently renovated hotel is one of Arles' most modern, equipped with a lift (making all the rooms wheelchair friendly) and full air conditioning. Located at the entrance of the old town, it is close to both its train station and its major attractions, and is served by a nearby supermarket. Rooms and bathrooms are spotlessly clean, and free Wi-Fi is provided throughout the hotel. The reception desk (manned by friendly, knowledgeable staff) closes at 21:30, but late check-ins can be accommodated, provided prior warning is given.
2 Rue De La Cavalerie ,
Comfortable apartments, perfect for a longer stay
This hotel, located just 5 kilometers from Arles, benefits from not being right in the city center, with plenty of space to relax, either walking in its beautiful gardens and down its paths, or swimming in or reading by its fabulous, serene pool, making this a wonderful option for a longer stay. Rooms at this hotel come in an apartment or a studio style, ranging from 26 to 52 meters squared, each with its own ensuite bathroom. Each comes equipped with air-conditioning as standard, and bookings include linens and towels. Rooms come with shared balconies, allowing for interaction with other guests. A breakfast is provided for a small supplement, and there is also the option to use a shared kitchen, which has a microwave and a dishwasher, as well as a washing machine.
Mas de Véran - Quartier de Fourchon ,
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