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Hotel D’Europe

24 Apr, 2009

Hotel D’Europe – Where the Famous Stay

Hotel D’Europe

Located in historic Avignon, the Hotel D’Europe resides in a beautiful mansion originally built to be the home of the Marquess of Gravezon. It first became used as a hotel in 1799 when Madame Peierron, good friend to Napoleon Bonaparte, first opened its doors as the hotel. Conveniently located just around the corner from the Palace of the Popes and the main shopping district, this hotel is a Michelin ranked hotel. The hotel has been visited by Queen Astrid of Spin, Charles Dickens, Victor Hugo, Tennessee Williams and John Stuart.

Famous for its luxurious and well appointed rooms, the Hotel D’Europe has 41 rooms and 3 suites, each uniquely appointed with a blend of style and modern convenience. Several different room choices are available, most with stupendous views of Avignon. Its “classic” guestroom includes a mini bar, in room television and internet access as well as hairdryers. Upgrading to the ‘superior’ room, guests will enjoy marble bathrooms appointed with thick bathrobes and marble. Suites have spacious terraces attached to them which overlook Avignon Square and the Palace of the Popes.

Hotel D’Europe caters to the needs of all its guests. A babysitting service is available for guests with children and the hotel contains a restaurant and salon. The salon offers typical hair and beauty treatments as well as massage and facials. Each room is equipped with a safe deposit box, allowing for secure storage of personal items. The staff at the hotel can assist guests booking shows, cars and other excursions in the area. Guest convenience is of paramount importance to the staff.

For a unique experience in one of Europe’s most luxuriant hotels, Hotel D’Europe is the choice to make. From its famous guests and beautiful views of Avignon, this hotel is the ideal place to stay when visiting Avignon France.

Hotel D’Europe

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