The Negrecoste Spa Hotel is on Cours Mirabeau in Aix-en-Provence. Just 10 minutes from the TGV train station and close to the A8 and A51 motorways, 30 minutes from the international Marseille Provence airport, the hotel is an easily accessible place to stay. It is also the ideal departure point for discovering the region and its treasures (Avignon, Lourmarin, Menton, back country, etc.).
The hotel proposes a private transfer service to reach the train station or Marseille Provence airport. (Booking required).
How to get here
- A8 motorway, La Provençale (Cannes, Nice and Italy)
- A51 motorway, Val de Durance (Marseille, Alps)
Motorway connections with :
- A7 / A6 motorway, Autoroute du Soleil (Avignon, Lyon)
- A52 / A50 motorway (Aubagne, Toulon)
- A54 motorway (Arles, Nîmes, Montpellier)
The Negrecoste Hotel has a private parking available upon booking.
(Supplement of 10 € per vehicle per day)
Aix-en-Provence train station : TGV lines, TER local lines
Less than 10 minutes on foot
For your comfort, a private transfer service may be booked (price: €40)
Marseille Provence international airport (www.marseille.aeroport.fr)
25 minutes from Hotel Negrecoste.
For your comfort, a private transfer service may be booked (price: €60)
Musée Granet : with the “Musée de France” label, this museum houses a wide variety of works and hosts international exhibitions.
Atelier Cézanne : the artist moved in here on 1 September 1902 and worked here every day for the last four years of his life.
Fondation Vasarely : an architectonic (integration of art in architecture) museum in Aix-en-Provence designed and funded by the contemporary artist Victor Vasarely.
Pavillon Vendôme : collections of numerous portraits from the 17th and 18th centuries.
Also exhibitions of modern and contemporary art and photography exhibitions.
Musée des Tapisseries : Tapestry Museum housed since 1909 in the former Bishop’s Palace.
Festival international d’art lyrique Aix-en-Provence : classical music with a particular affinity for the operas of Mozart. In July.
Casino : with over 320 machines, the Pasino of Aix-en-Provence has the largest number of slot machines in the region.
Markets : fruits and vegetables, flowers, second-hand items, etc.
La Sainte Victoire : a symbol of Provence and the muse of Cézanne, the Sainte-Victoire mountain peaks at 1,011 metres and offers an exceptional panorama of Aix from its cross.
Marseille : the old port, the Panier district, the Mucem and the Vallon des Auffes.
Cassis : picturesque port and docks lined with restaurants serving delicious fresh fish.
Château La Coste : a delightful Venetian-style manor house in shades of pink that rises up in the middle of the wine estate. With the “Agriculture Biologique” (Organic Farming) label
Lourmarin : village nestled in the vineyards, olive trees and almond trees, 35 km from Aix-en-Provence.
Les Baux de Provence : a superb fortress at the heart of the Alpilles with an exceptional view.