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La Maison d’Aix takes the stage as one of the Provence’s most prestigious travel addresses. I deally located in the historic « quartier Mazarin » area, a short walk from the Cours Mirabeau, La Maison d'Aix is …Morean exceptional place, with 3 luxurious rooms and a private suite. « Le Corset », « La Chambre d'Henriette », « Love »... Each room is fully dedicated to the comfort of the body and the mind, while enjoying the latest technologies. Less
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All reviews top floor steam room fresh flowers personalized service home away from home beautiful boutique hotel cours mirabeau quiet street dinner reservations living room private home no elevator squeezed orange juice breakfast was delicious old city the perfect place to stay spa area
What else could we ask for?
An incredible "Antoine" who took care of us like no one during our french trip, who was attentive to every detail that could have pleased us.
A perfect location right in the city center. Leave your car and enjoy...More
From the moment we walked in, we felt like we are spending a few days with friends. A Romantic Hotel In a quaint little picturesque street in Aix en Provence. A historic boutique hotel with all The modern conveniences. The owner and architect, Laura, has...More
I was lucky enough to have booked my recent stay in Aix-en-Provence with La Maison d'Aix. I say this because had I not, I would have had an entirely different holiday.
The property is beautiful, relaxed and effortless. Laura did a wonderful job with it....More
We ring the doorbell to this beautiful 18th century merchants house in one of Aix oldest and most picturesque streets, Antoine opens the door and we enter into a world of discreet elegance and luxury.
The public rooms and bedrooms have been lovingly restored and...More
Driving into Aix, on the offseason, was a bit of a harrowing experience. When we finally
finished our trip on what seemed to be more a sidewalk than a road, I was frazzled and overheated. Antoine's warmth and charisma and the charm of this lovely...More