Finding an ideal family-friendly hotel in Nimes does not have to be difficult. Welcome to Campanile Nimes Centre - Mas Carbonnel, a nice option for travellers like you.
For those interested in checking out popular landmarks while visiting Nimes, Campanile Nimes Centre - Mas Carbonnel is located a short distance from Cathedrale Notre-Dame-Et-Saint-Castor de Nimes (1.1 mi) and La Porte Auguste (1.2 mi).
Guest rooms offer air conditioning and a desk, and Campanile Nimes Centre - Mas Carbonnel makes getting online easy as free wifi is available.
You can also take advantage of some of the amenities offered by the hotel, including 24 hour front desk, baggage storage, and newspaper. In addition, guests can enjoy a lounge during their visit. As an added convenience, there is parking available to guests.
Travellers looking to enjoy some tapas can head to LE W restaurant, Le Petit Mas, or Entre 2 Tapas. Otherwise, you may want to check out an Asian restaurant such as Le Grand Buffet Wok, Hanoi, or Le Shanghai.
Should time allow, Arenes de Nimes, La Maison Carrée, and Musee des Beaux-Arts are some popular attractions that are within walking distance.
Campanile Nimes Centre - Mas Carbonnel looks forward to welcoming you on your visit to Nimes.
It's not a 3 star hotel, I thought that I'm in a hostel. The room is poor and very little. The rooms open to the street, very noisy. The breakfast is acceptable, but not like the pictures. Only for 1 night can it be good...
Start with the positives.... it’s cheap, it’s within a 10 min walk of the expo centre and it’s a 20 min walk from the main train station or the arena. On the downside. The rooms are small, have two single beds. If you’ve booked for 3 then it’s a pullout bed and all 3 have to be pushed together to allow access to the bathroom - oh and the room door can’t open fully as it hits the third bed. In our room, there was exposed live wiring in two junction boxes with no covers / lids. Black mould on the bathroom tile grout. Shower tiles were very grubby with a yellow soap scum on them you could write your name in. A cupboard where the handle had fallen off, leaving just the screw nail that held it there sticking out into the room ready to rip clothes and skin. The external walkways to the rooms are “carpeted” with an odd type of green matting which blew over and lifted in a storm into a sodden crumpled heap outside our room and lay like that for 3 days unmoved by staff. Public rooms are adequate and neat enough, breakfast consisted mainly of yoghurt, fruit and pastries. Nothing wrong with it just very mundane. Staff were adequate and polite enough. I would question the security of the site, there is access to the area of the rooms directly from the street and this was never locked and frequently propped open at all hours of the night or day. This is a cheapish place for hardy grownups to sleep, nothing more. If I were a hotel brand manager I would not want my brand associated with this establishment. …
Worst hotel of the trip. We face a lot of issues (broken doors, dirty rooms), but the one and the most important when the hot water was not available... Every hotel can face problems, however, basic features like that, very bad situation.
The room was too small: with the third bed it was not possible to move. Third bed was positioned under our bed, with the bed sheet crawling on the floor. No hair dryer available on the bathroom. Very simple to find a free park on the street, very near to the hotel
Went to see Slipknot in Nimes Arena, stayed in Campanile Nimes Centre for 2 nights: staff friendly, breakfast very good, less than 10 minutes easy walk to central train statio. Paid twin room 80€ (including breakfast). Suitable for short term, events or business.