Hued in the lavenders, blues, ochers, and oranges of Aix, rooms here swim in the most gorgeous Souleiado and Rubelli fabrics: this all conjures up the swank Provence that used to be colonized by Parisian barons and dukes in the 19th century, far from the usual Provençal farmhouse idyll. Little wonder the former archbishop's palace has become the darling of shelter magazines everywhere. This hilltop garden retreat stands serenely apart from the city center on the outskirts
of town (offering great views over the pink roofs of Aix), and that means the shops of Cours Mirabeau are a 15-minute walk away.
Av. de la Violette, Aix-en-Provence, 13100, France
Jul 9, 2012
I stayed twice @ Villa Gallici. In 96 and on my honeymoon in 08. A fantasy enjoyed. The rooms were upscale,the staff friendly and helpful. They arrainged for a car service to travel the area using our desires. I especially enjoyed the fragrance of lavender permeating the air and a glass of Pastis poolside in the afternoon. Walking distance to town.
Dec 6, 2002
I have been to many nice hotels around the world and Villa Gallici is one of the best small luxury hotels. Each of the room has its own color scheme and before you make reservations, make sure to check the website to get the room you want! Actually tried out two different rooms and both are wonderfully decorated. The hotel itself is not that large and the atmosphere makes one feel like staying at a rich relative's villa. Service is impeccable
and make sure to try the dinner served at night. Not only is the food good, it is also very romantic sitting in the hallways. Can't say enough good things about this hotel and all i can say is you have to try it! If money is no concern, I will spend a couple weeks there every year!