Hotel Particulier: boutique hotel in an 18th century mansion in Arles, France

If you plan to visit Arles and want to stay in a boutique hotel with atmosphere and history, check out the Hotel Particulier, an 18th century mansion built by Guillaume Meiffren-Laugier, a former mayor of Arles, for his family. Recently restored with great care, the hotel is decorated in the classic French style, infused with touches of contemporary design. With only 14 rooms, Hotel Particulier is one of the most intimate and romantic places to stay in the center of Arles.

boutique hotel arles

Rooms and suites are luxurious and spacious, and the all white motif gives one a feeling of calm and luxury. In the central courtyard, one finds a small swimming pool which is ideal at the end of a hot afternoon of sightseeing. There is also a spa-hammam in a cozy vaulted room for those who want to indulge in spa and massage treatments. The hotel’s elegant restaurant serves cuisine from Provençe with Moroccan influences.

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Room rates start at 239 Euros depending on the season and reservations can be made online.

[NOTE: Arles is a small town which is one of the most popular destinations in the Provence because of its association with Vincent van Gogh. Van Gogh stayed in Arles and many of his best known paintings show scenes in Arles. In the summer it gets extremely crowded. If you prefer to stay outside Arles, check out the Hotel Mas de Peint, which lies in the Camargue, south of Arles.]

L’Hotel Particulier
Rue de la Monnaie
13200 Arles

About Megha Patel

Megha Patel is a travel writer based in Los Angeles, California. She writes hotel reviews and travel guides.