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Villa Gallici in Aix-en-Provence, France
The Hotel La Villa Gallici welcomes you to an elegant 18th century residence. This 5-star Relais & Châteaux hotel offers top-of-the-range facilities combined with service bordering on excellence. The country home opens out on to a garden filled with the sweet fragrances of Provence, with cypress trees sheltering the outdoor swimming pool. On the patio, the plane trees offer welcoming shade when the restaurant's dining room is dressed in its most beautiful finery.
Every room in La Villa Gallici offers a specific interior design, a subtle blend of Baroque furniture and contemporary facilities. Recharge your batteries at a hotel where everything has been done for your pleasure. Every luxury suite in La Villa Gallicic offers a unique atmosphere combining romanticism and modern facilities. Be charmed by their unequalled style. Join us at La Villa Gallici's gourmet restaurant. Beneath the plane trees on the terrace, abandon yourself to a culinary delight that will remain forever in your memory. The new Wine Cellar allows guests to be delighted by wine tastings of excellent Regional, French and International Wines.
Location of Villa Gallici
Nearest Airport: MRS
Amenities for Villa Gallici
- Wine Cellar
- On-Site Amenities
- Spa Services
- Wine Tasting
- Historic Sites
- Food & Wine
- Spa & Wellness
Reviews for Villa Gallici
I stayed here for three nights on my first visit to Aix en Provence - this hotel,though a little way from the city centre,is located in a magnificent garden which itself is well with the visit. The lady at reception was especially lovely and made me very welcome right from the start. My room was large with beautiful furniture and appointments,a large patio opening into the garden and a perfectly beautiful bathroom. The suite provides a perfect haven after a long day sightseeing.the restaurant offers indoor and outdoor options - the setting is exquisite and Michel adds his own charming attentive welcome. I highly recommend this very special property and hope to return.
Daphne O - Taormina (Me)
We stayed here as a family over October and had a room with an extra camp bed in it. As far as we could see all rooms come with some form of a balcony and are pleasantly decorated in what might be described as from a more romantic time period but have the mod cons such as coffee maker and fridge. With three to the room we were a little cramped but the room would be fine for two. The bathroom was spacious with both shower and bath tub. Housekeeping was good and I won't dwell upon the rose petals strewn about the room (see other reviewers). We were lucky to experience unseasonably warm weather so we walked into town daily which is about 20 minutes away from the centre, downhill into town but beware uphill coming back. We didn't try the spa or use the heated pool. The daily buffet breakfast was a good spread but unchanging so might become monotonous if you stay more than a few days, but at least the opening hours were generous. The staff, particularly in reception, were excellent and tried to accommodate any request. Overall, a charming, old fashioned bit of luxury, but if you like your decor Scandic then go elsewhere.
dc0i - UK
From the moment you arrive Villa Gallici is a sanctuary.This is aix Provence the arts the beauty service as close to perfection you could wish for . Villa Gallici is unique a small boutique hotel with exceptional service and warmth . The rooms are exquisite again classical and ProvenĂ§al We had a beautiful suite junior with outdoor space The pool are is enchanting also a fabulous spa area both exceptionally private If you want a very special time to celebrate or indulge and memories to last forever come here stay 2 nights at the least you will not want to leave this enchanting Provence Villa .Ahuge thank to all the staff especially the guy at breakfast Michelle a real character I also met the general manager the most professional absolutely charming man mr Laurent Mounet also Phillipe Head or guest reservation was extremely helpful so we thank you all at Villa Gallici and we will be back soon
Nicola G - Brentwood, United Kingdom
This lovely boutique hotel has pleasant rooms and pristine grounds. The small property is filled with amazing sculpture and beautiful flowers and shrubbery. The only reason I can not recommend it is that the entire hotel is saturated with the scent of strong perfume. My allergies acted up for the 2 nights we were there. We wanted to have dinner in the hotel's dining room but it too was so perfumed that I wondered how anyone could dine and enjoy it. We did have a good lunch outside on their lovely terrace. When I mentioned my problem with the perfume to the concierge at the front desk, I was told that the perfume is Villa Gallici's trademark. So, if you are slightly sensitive, stay somewhere else.
discerningNJ - New Jersey
A very comfortable, traditional villa hotel in Provence, Villa Gallici has a great deal going for it. In this modern era of clinical white minimalist interiors, if you long for some traditional rich fabrics, deep comfy armchairs, wallpaper, lots of curtains and vases of flowers, Villa Gallici has it all. Fantastic. The Villa is small and intimate, almost a house party. There are lots of cosy corners to sit in, both inside and out, so you can feel relatively private even in the public areas. The external areas are well appointed: a lovely deep tree-covered terrace, and very good sun loungers around the small pool. Tea and cake (theoretically) served from a lovely buffet spread from 16:00 - 18:00 is delightful, when they remember to set it out. They have recently build a spa, something we don't use. Looks great, but pity they sacrificed a lovely pergola covered lunching area to provide it. The food was delicious and the breakfast spread delightfully done. The dining room is in fact also the sitting room so you eat sitting in wonderful comfy armchairs and sofas. I hate piped music but at least here it was tasteful classical music played quietly. Housekeeping gets full marks. Very good. Two downsides however. Access and parking are difficult. Located in a densely built residential area, the approach is up a steep, narrow residential street with a tight turn into the drive, passing through narrow gates flanked by high stone walls. OK for small cars; anything else requires your full attention - and good driving skills. You have to buzz to be let in, and sometimes they keep you waiting in the street. Also, take care the gates don't close again on you as you are taking in the tight turn. The car park is small, difficult to manoeuvre in, and shared with staff. This doesn't work for a hotel of this calibre. The bigger downside though is the service level. This ranged from about one third very good to one third indifferent/unfriendly, to one third completely unacceptable. They really need to address this. The very good are great; the indifferent/unfriendly might be OK with training; the unacceptable should not be working in a hotel at this price point. The hotel is also very understaffed. We arrived on Sunday afternoon and had to wait to be let in and wait to check in (sole staff member around talking to another guest about earrings). Not good after a long drive. The staff levels did not pick up to anything like adequate until mid-week. Would I recommend staying here? It is certainly a lovely location (inside the hotel) and very comfortable with great food. To enjoy it though, it would be helpful if you are the patient sort and don't mind unreliable service levels.
Pantagruel2012 - London, United Kingdom