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Avignon - Hotel Bristol

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I will be in Avignon with my wife for approximately 7 days in mid-June.

We will be using Avignon as a base and taking about 5 daytrips on a combination of bus and train. NO CAR.

I'm looking for a hotel that is relatively close to the bus/train stations but also within walking distance to the Avignon sights.

After some research it appears Hotel Bristol meets our needs.

I want to make sure the area around the hotel is not industrial/commercial and more like the inner Avignon Center. Walkable with restaurants, etc.

Also, since we're in the hotel for about a week I want to make sure the hotel is reasonably nice/clean and the rooms large enough to store our belongings.

There appears to be a "Traditional" room and a "Twin" room. They mention that the Twin room is larger (can't tell how much) and is about 25E more per night. I don't mind spending the extra money if it's worth it.

Any recent experiences with this hotel?

Thanks.

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