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Auberge de Noves
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Reviewed 20 September 2017 via mobile

Having stayed at this hotel many years ago when it was a Relais Chateaux we were looking forward to returning for a two night stay. Unfortunately the hotel is now nothing like it was, and is now very shabby around the edges. It seems the hotel now focus on events and as we were the only ones staying there we were asked to eat in our room the second night. We had our dinner the first night which was ok - although smoked salmon and olives as the muse bouche were very underwhelming. Eating alone in the restaurant also meant there was no ambiance. Our breakfast was a small selection on a tray and the second night we chose to eat elsewhere. When presented with a bill for nearly 1000.00 euros for two nights, with one dinner and breakfast (and only two half bottles of wine) we chose not to pay a further 50 euros for breakfast day two. Overpriced, shabby and heartless would summarise our experience - no wonder we were the only guests I saw during our stay - I wish we had looked elsewhere.

Stayed: September 2017, travelled as a couple
Thank 881JoC
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Reviewed 7 August 2017 via mobile

We wanted to stay at Avignon but it was full since there was a festival that weekend so we stayed at this lovely little hotel.
It was a nice surprise since we were not expecting a lot.
Rooms are nice, could use a little update in furniture and carpets, but still have a nice antique flare.
The restaurant for breakfast is outdoors in a nice patio full of trees and nature.
Owner always there.

Stayed: July 2017, travelled with family
Thank Mariannemolina
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Reviewed 31 July 2017 via mobile

We stayed here four nights and had the lathe apartment which we paid €480 a night. Yes the apartment is good, the grounds are nice but the hotel doesn't make you feel good staying there.

Here are the negatives.

The push you to dine st the restaurant, you must notify them by 5 pm. There's no free water in your rom or bed down Igor service. The free wifi kicks you out every 10 minutes. A few times we even called and they had to reset their internet modem. A few days we were first to the pool (around 10) and there was only 3-4 towels. Pool is full of pine needles; no one is there to clean it.

Overall they are NOT a 4 star hotel more like 3.

Stayed: July 2017, travelled as a couple
Thank amsterdamnyc
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Reviewed 27 July 2017 via mobile

First of all some positive news: the garden looks wonderful. But then comes the bad news... we were given a room in the chapel. From the outside it looked wonderful, the ground floor of the chapel is very nice... and then you get into an elevator that brings you to the second floor (third floor for US readers)... a small hallway, totally ugly and unfurbished... and a door with a key that needs a manual on itself (this isn't the bad thing, believe me) and when Sesame opens his doors, you enter... an old, unimaginable, oldfashioned, outsmoked (yes!) room! (When we asked: is this a non-smoking room, the answer was 'yes' but you could definitely smell smoke in the room AND there were ashtrays in the toiletroom and bedroom!

Ok, besides this: the furniture was yellowed (as were the doors) from the smoke, they hadn't been changed since the sixties (was our conclusion) and what bugged us most of all: the bathroom wasn't seperate from the bedroom! (Luckily, the toilet was)

We can understand people would see the charm and would like the room but we are used to a lot more than this and okay, it's not our style, but when we booked, we looked at photos online on their website, which gives a completely different look on the room! We do not like to pay €250/night to sleep in a depleted room, where old smoke still hangs around.

Breakfast is €25/person... too expensive!!

We decided to stay two of the four booked nights so we asked the host/hostess if we could make a deal (to get reimbursed some of the money), they were unwilling to even think about it! They even didn't have the guts to tell us ourselves. Change of room was their counter offer (but if this one was bad, the others were sure to be as bad!) or stay two nights on their expenses on another trip... stupid offer, cause we didn't like it now, why would we ever change our mind about that...

Never again!

Btw, I sure hope the hosts read this, and I await an answer (which I'm sure there won't be!)

Stayed: July 2017, travelled as a couple
Thank Steven L
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Reviewed 16 July 2017 via mobile

You will read some soso review from this place coming from people who don't look for the things you find here or have a relationship with money which allow them to be the sole judge.
You will find here france and Provence. The place to have diner is unique being outside under 200 years tree. Food from a chef who can guarantee the origin of each product , who has been the Seychelles lemuria chef is awsome.
The pool is very big and quiet. And the room. Well ok they are old and if you are used to international standard just pick room 26. Ah if you pick an hotel because Booking.com provides a discount don't go there, it is too expensive for you. We are priviledged to still have access to properties family owned like this one. Just go there this is Provence and france. I do travel a lot and I have zero relationship with anybody in hospitality business.

Stayed: July 2017, travelled as a couple
1  Thank jobi2211
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