Benefit from this affordable apartment hotel’s location in the heart of Antigone, opposite the town hall and less than 15 minutes walk from Place de la Comedie, Polygone and the Corum. Tastefully furnished and air-conditioned, the studios and one and two bedroom apartments feature modern furnishings and the convenience of a kitchenette, while some also spoil with a private balcony. A tasty continental breakfast is offered each morning in the bright and airy restaurant or on the tranquil outdoor terrace overlooking the garden.
Why we recommend the Citadines Antigone Aparthotel
- Affordable apartment-hotel in central Antigone
- Close to the Place de la Comedie
- Contemporary apartments with kitchenettes
- Modern restaurant serving daily breakfast
- Peaceful terrace and garden
Attractions near the Citadines Antigone Aparthotel
Discover classic country mansions
During the 17th Century, when Montpellier’s elite were at their wealthiest, affluent families began to build grand holiday homes in the countryside near the city. As many of these mansions were set amid leafy green gardens, they soon became known as ‘folies’, from the word feueille, meaning leaf.
These opulent mansions are easily accessed on a day trip from Montpellier. Check out Chateau de Flaugergues, which was one of the first to be built; the elegant Chateau de la Piscine, home to magnificent French courtyard gardens; and Chateau D’O, famous for its 18th-Century manicured grounds.
The tastes of Montpellier
Montpellier is a diverse city filled with students, artists and an elite social set. The entertainment, ranging from electronic music venues to chic boutique shopping and artistic films, caters to this eclectic crowd. The variety of restaurants and bars also reflects the city’s unique and varied population.
In the heart of the city’s oldest district, L’Ecusson, there's an array of designer wine bars popular with young professionals. Cafes serving weekend brunch and excellent restaurants offering regional specialties are also available. Place Jean-Jaures is known for boutique coffee shops, Place Marche aux Fleurs is ideal for a pre-dinner drink, and the narrow back streets are lined with traditional bistro restaurants.
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|Swimming pool||Parking cost applicable|
|Microwave (some rooms)||Refrigerator|
|Internet (wireless)||Tea and coffee making facilities|
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