This hotel near the Arc de Triomphe in the Historic part of Montpellier is a comfortable quaint place to stay. It lies in a narrow street where Rousseau is said to have lived for a year.
Because the hotel is not purpose built but a conversion of old buildings it has some quirks.
The bed rooms are of jaded classic heavy french style. Yet the beds are comfortable and the bathrooms clean and functional.
If you like church bells disturbing your repose you will enjoy this hotel as it lies close to the Cathedral St Pierre.
Breakfast was good, yet the breakfast room is rather cramped with uncomfortable garden furniture on an partly enclosed terrace.
The restaurant next door has an extensive terrace running behind the hotel which could be disturbing to residents of the hotel in the summer when in full active use. However out of season this was a pleasant stay with easy access to the centre of Montpellier with all its restaurants, bars, and shopping.
Wi-Fi is available but access is erratic. less