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In the hearth of the historical center of Arles, the XVI century city house the Laurel Red is rolling up around a stone spiral staircase and offer you three B & B rooms, two at the 1st stage, Van Gogh and Mimosa, and the third one at the second stage, Camargue. The Van Gogh room, street side, is equiped with a 160x200 bed, TV, WIFI, minibar and a private bathroom and closed toilet. The Mimosa room, courtyard side, separated in two independent spaces, is equiped with a 140x190 bed in the 1st space and two bunked beds 90x200 in the second space, WIFI, minibar and a private shower and toilet closed. The Camargue room, courtyard side, is equiped with a 160x200 bed, WIFI, minibar and a private shower and toilet closed. An equiped kitchen is at your disposal in the courtyard Where you can take your meals inside or DEPENDING on the weather. The breakfasts are served in the court yard or inside. It is possible to add to a baby in bed Each room. After your tour in Arles visiting the ancient arena, theater, cathedral, cryptoporticos, Alyscamps, ..., or your excusion in the Camargue seeing the birds, bulls, white horses, running bicycles rented in Les Saintes Maries de la Mer, or your sights in Avignon, Pont du Gard, Les Baux de Provences ... , You May take a rest in the courtyard or in the living room.
5 on August 01, 2013
Wonderful hosts, food and home. Loved Arles: the ancient buildings, market and sights. Easy to get around in. Marcel even met us at the train station and walked us home! Thanks, Phoebe and Donna
4.0 on January 10, 2013
Nous avons séjourné entre Noël et le JOur de l'an chez Mme et M. STANTINA. La gentillesse de l'accueil, la propreté et le confort de la chambre méritent d'être salués. Nos logeurs ont pris grand soin de nous conseiller sur les sites et les spectacles et expositions à visiter. Les petits déjeuners étaient particulièrment variés et préparés avec soin Nous reviendrons et souhaitons aux lecteurs d'y séjourner... pour confirmer notre appréciation. Cette dernière est spontanée et gratuite.
5 on November 15, 2012
What a wonderful experience Dave and I received at les lauriers Rouges in Arles. Our five days disappeared so rapidely due the most generous hospitality. Our most delicious breakfast every morning, the fresh ground coffee beans, fresh fruit, fresh bread, juices, etc, etc. The greeting us in the dark at the train and escorting us back was so gratefully appreciated. WE were so rshed with the train early we harly said googd bye. The central location of the B&B could not be better for the vacationing tourists. The home is son near the super large outdoor market held Wednesday and Saturdays which we enjoyed. Dave wanted me to mention our bed was like sleeping on a cloud. Carol California USA
5 on August 20, 2012
We stayed in Les Lauriers Rouges for 4 nights with our 9 year old son. The room was delicate and clean, the beds comfortable and the ambience in the house was warm and welcoming. We had lovely breakfast with several types of bread and pastry, fresh fruit and homemade yoghurt. At our arrival Marcel came to meet us in the railway station and walked us to their home. Houria did all she could to make us and our son feel at home, and made sweet tea for us in the backyard. We miss our hosts and would highly recommend this place to stay in the center of the antique Arles.
5 on August 03, 2012
Fantastisk sjarmerende Bed and breakfast i hjertet av gamlebyen i Arles. Veldig hyggelig vertskap som inkluderer gjestene som sin egen familie. Vi bodde her i 4 netter og fikk herlig frokost med hjemmelaget yoghurt, brød og frukt.
5 on May 03, 2012
My husband and I stayed at Les Lauriers Rouges for several days. The hightest marks go to this fine bed and breakfast. First of all, we were greeted at the train station by the smiling Marcel Stantina. we walked the several blocks from the train station to his home, which is in a fabulous location, right in the center of the oldest part of the city. The Roman Arena sits just one block away as do serveral sidewalk cafes. Marcel and Hourina provided us with a breakfast spread that I still think about - great presentation and delicious selections. I must mention Hourina made homemade yogurt for us that was devine. My computer was not working when I arrived and Marcel provided me with a computer to use during my stay which was very helpful. Conversations were great too! Our room was decorated very attractively, superb cleanliness, and comfortable. We would highly reccommend this bed and breakfast.
Marseille, France (MRS-Provence)
Nimes Airport: 30 km Train Arles Avignon 300 m Station: 30 km Marseille Airport: 90 km
Antique Shopping, Beach, Gourmet/Fine Dining, Historical interests, Movie Theater, Museum, National/State parks, Nature area, Outlet Stores, Religious Services, Ruins, Vineyard
CD player, Computer, Copier, Library, Private entrance, Washer/dryer
Alarm clock, Amenities Basket, Coffee/Tea facilities, Fridge, Hairdryer, Satellite/Cable TV, Wi-Fi, Wired internet
Bicycle rental, Bicycle riding trails, Hiking trails, Horseback riding, Sight-seeing