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La Table à Fromages Star Rating 3        
455 le Chemin de la Pioline

La Table a Fromages is located in Aix-en-Provence and offers free Wi-Fi. It also features a garden.The hotel offers comfortable accommodation, and is an ideal base for either the holiday maker or business traveler.
Le Mazet de Camaisse        
911 route de Pelissanne

Le Mazet de Camaisse is located in Aix-en-Provence and offers free Wi-Fi.There are 3 modern rooms at the guest house, each offering all the necessities to ensure a comfortable stay.Marseille Provence Airport is less than a 35-minute drive from Le Mazet de Camaisse.
A l'Oree du Pin        
2220 route de Puyricard

A l'Oree du Pin offers a comfortable setting when in Aix-en-Provence. It is ideally positioned for guests wishing to discover the area's attractions.A l'Oree du Pin offers a comfortable room, designed to fit the requirements of any traveller.
Villa Gallici Star Rating 5        
Avenue De La Violette

Set on a secluded lane in a residential area, this opulent hotel in an elegant villa is a 9-minute walk from the Atelier de Cézanne museum and 900 meters from the daily markets at Place des Prêcheurs.Plush, antiques-filled rooms with marble bathrooms are traditionally decorated and feature garden views, minibars, flat-screen TVs and free Internet access; some have balconies. Lavish, romantic suites feature separate living areas and private gardens or terraces.
Escale Oceania Aix En Provence Star Rating 3        
12 Avenue De La Cible

In an imposing, peach-painted building off the E80 autoroute, this standard hotel is 2 km from both downtown Aix-en-Provence and the Gare d'Aix-en-Provence.The classic rooms offer en suite bathrooms with rainfall showerheads, as well as desks, free WiFi and flat-screen TVs. Upgraded rooms add soaking tubs and separate living areas with pull-out sofas.
Ibis Aix en Provence Star Rating 3        
Chemin des Infirmeries

This trendy, laid-back hotel is 3 km from Aix Cathedral and 3.7 km from Paul Cezanne's Studio.Functional, modern rooms feature wood furnishings and come with free Wi-Fi, desks and flat-screen TVs with satellite channels.
Kyriad Prestige Aix-en-Provence Star Rating 3        
42 Route De Galice

Just off the A51 autoroute, this simple hotel in a round building is 1.9 km from Gare Aix-en-Provence train station and 2.4 km from art at the Musée Granet.
Le Pigonnet Star Rating 5        
5 Avenue Du Pigonnet

Le Pigonnet is an idyllic, 18th century country house surrounded by glorious gardens just minutes from the city walls of Aix-en-Provence. Set in tranquil gardens with beautiful flowers, age-old trees and stunning fountains it provides a peaceful refuge.The atmosphere here is tranquil and distinctly homely with a crackling fire in winter and the sound of cicadas on the terraces in summer.
Royal Mirabeau Star Rating 4        
Avenue G de la Lauziere

Set alongside the Golf Club D'aix Marseille, this down-to-earth business hotel is 10.5 km from the 12th-century Paroisse Cathédrale Saint Sauveur Aix-en-Provence and 17.3 km from the Aéroport Marseille Provence.
Hotel Cezanne Star Rating 4        
40 Avenue Victor Hugo

Set in the city center a minute's walk from Gare Aix-en-Provence train station, this contemporary boutique hotel is 3 minutes' walk from le Parc Jourdan.Stylish, modern rooms feature flat-screen TVs, iPod docks, and free WiFi, as well as rainfall showers and minibars. Airy suites add living areas, and some have pull-out sofas.
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Aix En Provence lies in the South of France (about 20 miles north of Marseille) and is a favorite with tourists because of its warm and pleasant climate. Some people choose to visit Aix as a single holiday destination, while others will incorporate it as part of their travel plans across the South of France and stop off for a night or two on their travels. A highlight for visitors is the Cours Mirabeau, which has many trees, fine houses and fountains to walk around. It acts as a divide between the new town and the old town - a real mix of tastes and looks.

The new town is to the south and to the west area. The old town has narrow streets and grand mansions built in 17th century. Aix is known for its fountains, in fact it is sometimes referred to as the city of a thousand fountains. These are an attraction of the area, with some of the most important fountains, in terms of architecture, being Fontaine des Quatre Dauphins (Fountain of the Four Dolphins) in the Quartier Mazarin - designed by Jean-Claude Rambot in the 17th century.

Those who visit Aix can enjoy peaceful walks, beautiful scenery, sunshine and cafes. In fact, the most famous brasserie in Aix - the Deux Garcons, which was built in 1792 was often visited by Ernest Hemingway and Paul Cezanne, among others. Still just as popular today, the various cafes and restaurants offer a cultural and relaxing experience for passers-by. Those with a love of music, will enjoy the two many musical events that take place in Aix annually. These are the Festival d'Aix-en-Provence, a popular opera festival and the Musique dans la Rue, an event in June as part of the Fete de la Musique which offers a variety of street music in the city from classical to jazz. The place really comes to life during these events. Music and entertainment is an important part of life in this area, for locals and visitors.

In 2013, as European Capital of Culture, Aix-en-Provence was part of Marseille-Provence, a year-long festival of culture. The French know how to party! Those who prefer the museum and gallery scene, to music and dance, will also find something to suit them in Aix with several on offer for visitors and catering for many different tastes. One of the highlights of Aix in terms of attractions is the Montagne Sainte-Victoire which is 1011 meters high and a landmark of the area. Tours of the area will tell stories of how Paul Cezanne used this part of the world as inspiration for his paintings. Whether you head for a holiday to enjoy the outdoors with some hiking, enjoy the cultural aspects of a holiday or prefer a more leisurely and relaxed potter around, while stopping at the various eateries, Aix has is it all.