Hotel Jules Cesar

4 out of 5 stars4 Stars

Boulevard des Lices, BP 116, Arles, Provence, 13631, France
Hotel Jules Cesar
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Satisfaction Excellent
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Value Score Great Value!

Costs about the same, but rated 12% higher than other 4 star hotels

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Good For Solo
  • Families50
  • Couples53
  • Solo100
  • Business50

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Getting to Avis Car Rental location

by TravelTwee

Hi everyone,

I'm having a hard time trying to figure out how to get to the Avis car rental office in downtown Arles. Below is the address.
Garage Forum Automobiles
Avenue Des Arches Arles 13200 France

The rates with pickup here is quite cheaper than picking up the car at the Avis location at the train station.

Is there a bus that will get me here or is a taxi the only alternative.
If so, how much would a ride here from the train station cost.

Thanks for any help.


Re: Getting to Avis Car Rental location

by thuyronald

The rates that I got from Avis directly for rental at the train station versus the downtown location were $50 more. AutoEurope and Kemwell were not cheaper.
This was the reason that I wanted to rent from the Downtown location in Arles.

My assumption is that whatever rates I get from kemwell or AutoEurope will not include the extra 35 Euros fee for picking up at the trainstation.
If this is the case, the rate from Avis directly will be cheaper.


Re: Getting to Avis Car Rental location

by TravelTwee

Thank you for your help.

I will call Auto Europe and see what they can do.

Also, I found out that there is a bus line 4 that will stop on Avenue Des Arches near the Avis downtown office. However, I'm not sure what the bus schedule is.


Travel Tips for Arles

Best way to get to Arles

by davequ

Using Discount Airlines with trains:

Arles is a small town, not like Lyon, Avignon, etc. so you are more limited in ways to get there.

The best way to get to Arles depends on where you are coming from, and obviously if you are driving through provence, you will be arriving in your car (make sure to reserve, there is little/NO parking in the old city).

In the past, train was always the answer. But while Arles itself still does not have a decent airport, discount airlines are changing things.

The old long way:
(Oct. '01) I was originating from Cinque Terre, IT. The only option was a long, arduous (9-10 hours) train ride up through the French Riviera.

The new fast way: This year in 2003, from Cinque Terre, I could have taken a quick hop to Pisa on the train, then flown to Marseille instead for less money and saved at least 4 hours.

Sept. '03, as I was originating from Amsterdam, I found a good discount airline, Basiq Air (subsidiary of Transavia, subsidiary of Dutch KLM)

Basiq Air

had an unbelievably low fare from Amsterdam direct to Marseille for less than 50Euro.

From Marseille it was only a 20Euro ticket and 1hr train to Arles. Saved me much time and money, as the train would have cost me 100Euro and taken much longer.

NOTE: 8/10/04: To reach Marseille you may now need to use KLM
KLM website

I took this picture as we were on final approach from Amsterdam and landing in Marseille.

I recommend you check all options before automatically getting an expensive train pass/ticket. Discount airlines in Europe are very affordable, and save much time if you plan ahead and shop on the web. From a transportation standpoint, the Arles taxi drivers from the Arles train station seem to be a very funny, entertaining and interesting group of guys. But they are professional and give very good service.

One of the drivers gave me some sage advice on the french language:
"The best way to learn french is to learn from a french woman!"

He's probably right.

EVENTS in ARLES (from the Tourist Office Online)

by Lady_Mystique

Go to the web address below to get some GREAT and up-to-date INFORMATION on events, traditions, history, monuments, restaurants, accommodations, etc. from an online version of the Arles' Tourist Office.

Le Point de Langlois

by Lady_Mystique

Vincent van Gogh painted this drawbridge in Arles in 1888.

Located just outside of the town of Arles.

Get a self-guided map (about $2US) available at the town's local newspaper and it should give you further information and directions to the bridge and other spots of interest in Arles

The Makkah of Photography

by kenyneo

If you are an enthusiast in photography ...
then this place is a must ...
I call it the Makkah ...becoz
there are more than 50 photography exhibition on display ....
be enthralled mesmerised ...
by the stories of each pictures ...
try to see the mind of the photographer ..
look at things from different angle ...
just like
looking at life at different perspective ...

Eglise St-Trophime and its Cloister

by rich77

Great example of the provencal-roman architecture, built between XI and XII centuries, where there was a church of the V century. The portal is a masterpiece of romanic sculpture. The cloister is very beautiful and famous. While the church is opened every day and for free, the cloister has a cheap fee to enter.


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 Hotel Jules Cesar

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Address: Boulevard des Lices, BP 116, Arles, Provence, 13631, France