Located on the effervescent south coast of France, Montpellier is an attractive city of suave sophistication. The Place de la Comédie is a square in the city centre, where you can find some of the city’s finest shops and restaurants, as well as the Opera Comédie, which stages regular performances of classical music. The city is also home to France’s oldest botanical gardens, founded in the 16th century, as well as many medieval towers and splendid architectural monuments, including the Tour des Pins and the Tour de la Babotte. Art lovers should head to the Musée Fabre, where there is great selection of wonderful artworks, whereas architectural enthusiasts are sure to be delighted by the district of Antigone, where there is a great range of neoclassical buildings to be seen. Alternatively, take a leisurely walk on the Esplanade, a beautiful street in the city, where you will find market stalls, restaurants, cafes and bars to peruse. When you book with Ibis, you can choose between an Ibis, Ibis budget or an Ibis Styles hotel, so you are sure to find something to suit your budget and personal taste. Plus Ibis’ low-prices mean you will have a little extra spending money to fully enjoy the city’s delights. So book your holiday to Montpellier today, and enjoy a comfortable and pleasant stay at your low-price Ibis hotel.

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9.59 k.m from the city centre

It offers 34 air-conditioned rooms, a terrace and a 24-hour bar open serving snacks. Free public car park.

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The hotel’s classification (1 to 5 stars in France) meets the criteria set by the local authorities.

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