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La Residence Arles Centre        
3 rue Elie Giraud

Centrally positioned, La Residence Arles Centre allows for easy access to Arles's main tourist attractions. It is located a brief stroll from the Arles, Roman and Romanesque Monuments.There are 3 modern apartments at the property, each providing all the necessities to ensure a comfortable stay.
Hotel Du Forum Arles Star Rating 3        
10 Place Du Forum

Set in the center of Arles, this classic hotel is a 6-minute walk from the Arènes d'Arles Roman amphitheatre and 1.4 km from the Musée départemental Arles antique.The traditional, individually decorated rooms feature free WiFi, flat-screen TVs, minibars and private bathrooms.
Hotel de L Amphitheatre Arles Star Rating 2        
5-7 rue Diderot

This elegant, traditional hotel in historic downtown Arles is a 3-minute walk from both Les Arènes d'Arles amphitheater and Musée Réattu's art exhibits.Classy rooms and suites come with flat-screen TVs. Some have rooftop views, balconies, sofas and/or walk-in showers.
Grand Hotel Nord-Pinus Star Rating 4        
Place Du Forum

Dating from the 1920s, this elegantly restored boutique hotel is within a 5-minute walk of museums, shopping and the Arles riverfront. It's 1.5 km from the train station and 22.
Le Regence Star Rating 2        
5 Rue Marius Jouveau

Overlooking Le Rhône river, this simple 4-story hotel is 4 minutes' walk from the Roman Arènes d'Arles amphitheater and 6 minutes' walk from Gare d'Arles railway station.Bright, casual rooms sleep 1 to 4 people. All come with en suite bathrooms, satellite TV and WiFi.
Hotel Constantin Arles Star Rating 2        
59 Boulevard Craponne

In a quaint historic building, on a tree-lined avenue, this relaxed family-run hotel is a 9-minute walk to the Roman Théâtre d'Arles, and 11-minutes to the Musée départemental Arles antique.Subdued, individually decorated rooms come with en suite bathrooms, free WiFi and flat-screen TVs.Breakfast is available (fee), as are half-board rates.
Hotel Mas de Peint Star Rating 5        
Le Sambuc

Set on a 525-hectare estate, this upscale, family-run hotel in a restored 17th-century farmhouse is 2.4 km from le Musée du Riz rice museum and 12.6 km from Salin-de-Giraud.
L'Hotel Particulier Arles Star Rating 5        
4 Rue de la Monnaie

Dating to 1824, this upscale hotel is 4 minutes' walk from Fondation Vincent van Gogh Arles and 8 minutes' walk from Les Arènes d'Arles amphitheater.Elegant rooms are furnished in a classic, traditional style. All feature flat-screen TVs, WiFi and en suite bathrooms with massage showers.
BEST WESTERN Atrium Arles Star Rating 3        
1 Rue Emile Fassin

A 5-minute walk from Arènes d'Arles and 1.3 km from the Arles Museum of Antiquity, this modern hotel is a 4-minute walk from the 1st-century Théâtre Antique d'Arles.Subdued rooms have contemporary decor and feature tea and coffeemakers, complimentary snacks, free WiFi and flat-screen TVs.
Hotel Porte de Camargue Star Rating 2        
15 Rue Noguier

A 1.6-km trip from Gare de Arles, this intimate hotel is set in an 18th-century building. It's a 10-minute stroll from Fondation Vincent van Gogh Arles art gallery and 13 minutes on foot from Arènas d'Arles, a Roman amphitheater.
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Arles, a city of art and history, is situated in southern France on the banks of the river Rhone. It was the source of inspiration for Vincent Van Gogh's artwork. You can see the places where the painter originally placed his easel and copies of the pictures he painted at the time. Its main tourist attractions are: the Roman Amphitheatre, where you can witness the famous bull runs, the Roman Theatre, the crypts at the Roman forum, Constantine's Thermae, the cloister, the Saint Trophime church door and the Arlaten Museon. These were all declared world heritage sites in 1981. If you view the town's museums, you can see one the finest collections of Roman sarcophagus outside of Rome. Arles is the centre of an agricultural region, and along with other merchandise, including clothing; agricultural produce is sold at the traditional Boulevard des Lices street market on Saturdays. The light of its dawns and dusks, its houses with impressive red tiled roofs, and its dark, narrow alleyways will enchant you. You will not regret going there; Arles awaits you.