At a Glance
- the welcome is wonderfully warm
- space is charmingly intimate—you'll feel right at home in no time
- some rooms are small
- amenities are lacking (no minibars)
Les Templiers Review
In a 17th-century residence within the ramparts, this delightful hotel sets the stage with stone, stucco, and terra-cotta floors. Furnishings are classically simple and softened with antiques. Try the quaint little restaurant in the hotel—they'll happily cook a whole side of beef in the fireplace or serve up a perfectly grilled Mediterranean fish. On the ground floor are two small, cozy sitting areas; breakfast, weather permitting, is served in the small flower-filled courtyard.