Modern and cozy apartment completely renovated with beautiful spaces, it is 2 minutes walk from the Baths of Aix en Provence and the city center.
Come and stay in this beautiful 40m2 apartment for up to 4 people with a pleasant terrace.
A large fully equipped kitchen with induction hob, small oven, dolce gusto coffee machine, kettle, fridge and washing machine: all you need for your stay.
A separate bedroom with queen size bed.
A very comfortable sofa bed for extra sleeping in the living room and a large wardrobe to store your clothes on hangers or shelves.
The apartment is very convenient for people traveling for business or families.
Internet connection, work table, iron for shirts and dresses.
- Please help us keep the apartment in a good condition. Any excessive mess will result in loss of full deposit.
- Guests are required to dispose of all rubbish in the bins outside the building, otherwise 20 EUR fine will be charged. The bins are located in a storage next to the gate on the other side of building. You can get there through parking lot next to the main entrance door.
- Keep our keys safe. If you loose keys for the apartment we will charge you full deposit.
Please respect our apartment and neighbors. Breaking our house rules will terminate your rental agreement without any refund.
*Please note: The rates are listed and will be charged in USD*
Confirmed bookings are non-cancellable and non-refundable. If you move out earlier than the agreed term of your stay, you will still be responsible for the monthly payments in accordance with the agreement and may forfeit the deposit.
The Cours Mirabeau is Aix-en-Provence’s main thoroughfare, which stretches from the north to the south of the city. It’s famous for being lined with beautiful plane trees, although some of the trees have fallen victim to canker sickness in recent years. Cours Mirabeau is also well-known for its gorgeous fountains and hôtels particuliers, some of which have hosted luminaries like Paul Cézanne, Emile Zola, Jean-Paul Sartre, Jean Cocteau, and Pablo Picasso.