Finding an ideal romantic hotel in St-Paul-de-Vence does not have to be difficult. Welcome to Le Hameau, a nice option for travellers like you.
Close to Galerie Cachée (0.3 mi), a popular St-Paul-de-Vence landmark, Le Hameau Hotel is a great destination for tourists.
Le Hameau Hotel offers guests an array of room amenities including a flat screen TV, a minibar, and air conditioning, and getting online is possible, as free wifi is available.
The hotel offers a concierge, newspaper, and a sun terrace, to make your visit even more pleasant. The property also features a pool and breakfast. Guests arriving by vehicle have access to free parking.
While in St-Paul-de-Vence, you may want to check out some of the restaurants that are a short walk away from Le Hameau, including La Colombe D'Or (0.3 mi), Le Tilleul (0.3 mi), and Dolce Italia (0.3 mi).
There is no shortage of things to do in the area: explore popular historic sites such as La Collegiale de la Conversion de St-Paul.
Le Hameau looks forward to welcoming you on your visit to St-Paul-de-Vence.
This hotel is a great base if you wish to walk and explore the old town. We stayed for 3 nights and had a most enjoyable stay. We had a nice spacious room with an outside balcony and a comfortable bed. The rooms are spread over the property and I imagine are quite different in their layout. So choosing the right room, that suits you maybe important. Ours was very nice. We had a meal on our first night that was very good, but compared to the restaurants in the town, perhaps a little overpriced. We ate in the town on the remaining nights and found better value and atmosphere. They have a lovely swimming pool on the property with glorious views of the surrounding area and the grounds are very nice. The staff were all helpful and friendly. Our only dissapointment was not been able to have a bottle of wine on our balcony. Bringing food or wine to be consumed in your room was prohibited. The mini bar selection was very limited and the minimum cost of a bottle of wine was 28 Euros which you could purchase as part of a meal. I would have liked complimentary water in the room as 4 euros for a small bottle of water in the mini bar was overpriced. Otherwise a very nice stay and to be recommended. We would return should we wish to visit the area again.…
We completely enjoyed our 6 day stay. The staff were beyond excellent..... very friendly, helpful, and attentive..... PERFECT. The location is great.....easy walk to St. Paul village as well as Foundation Maeght. Romm was very comfortable and the view from our balcony was superb !! We have afternoon coffee on the balcony each day and just relaxed to the feel of light breeze and view of olive, orange and grape trees...... the grounds of this hotel are lovely. The outdoor breakfast each morning was ...again excellent and very relaxing. We absolutely recommend Le Hameau to anyone who wants a welcoming, friendly, comfortable, relaxing, convient and thoroughly delightful stay............ many thanks to the entire staff !!
Not my first visit. This is a charming hotel with beautiful grounds. Under new management. My experience was that I Virtually had no internet my entire visit, it came and went like the wind. Very frustrating and no one seemed to have the ability to rectify this problem. The other issue was you are not allowed to have any food or drink in your room AT ALL. If they find any (the maids report daily) they will take it away. A few families we met stated they would hide the food until after the maids left. There is no access to tea or coffee in your room, on your patio or balcony unless you purchase from the hotel at outrageous prices. The owners do not speak English so that can be very challenging as well. But the thing that troubles me the most was on checking out I was told I was being charged for several breakfasts and many cups of coffee that I did not even consume. When I told the owner I did not have those things, I was given a doubtful look and I had to plead my case to him. Finally they agreed not to charge for the breakfast but did charge for the 5 euro each cups of coffee. I was so upset I wanted to just leave, so I paid for them even though I never bought them. I have never at any hotel been so disturbed by a lack of hospitality on the part of the hotel owners. At one point I had to use the pool bathroom as mine was broken (a maid had broken a toilet bowl brush handle and did not tell anyone). Not once did the owners offer us anything for our inconvenience. How about offer to change our room? Perhaps a free glass of wine? Nothing at all, in fact when they discovered the problem I was approached by the owner and a worker in a way implying perhaps I knew how the toilet got broken. It was disturbing. There are many wonderful hotels in the area. I will stay elsewhere next time. …
A beautiful quirky hotel in a great location. Nice layout of rooms spread around the pleasant grounds. The rooms were a bit smelly though as they seem to have drainage issues? No hot drinks facilities in rooms and shocking water prices at 10 euros for a litre bottle. If I stayed again I would venture more for breakfast in the town which is very near and much better value, variety and quality.
It is distressing to write a negative review of a hotel that I've stayed at many times since 2013 but I would be remiss if I didn't warn people that Le Hameau has changed & NOT for the better. My husband & I along with my sister & her husband stayed there earlier this month for 8 nights. Upon arrival there was no one to greet us at reception & no one came to greet us even after many "hellos" & "bonjours" were uttered around reception & kitchen area. Finally a woman we later learned was the Italian owner/manager Mara greeted us. It was not until several days did we realize she barely spoke English (or French) making conversation difficult at best throughout our stay. Her husband Antonello & another woman Luna were our English contacts. This group of 3 were the core staff throughout our stay. Our room, #2, was as lovely as it ever was with a balcony overlooking the grounds with distant sea views. Gone is the notebook with vital information for your stay such as tips for the area, what services Le Hameau might offer their guests & no mention of breakfast. Breakfast information is displayed on a sheet of paper (in French only) on a clear display without prices. Gone also are the lovely local Fragonard bathroom products, replaced with cheaper substitutes...not a good sign! My husband & I ate breakfast on our 1st morning only outside on a patio surrounded with garish artwork, assumedly to tempt guests to purchase. One taste of the super marche croissants told us we should look elsewhere for future breakfasts. In the past delicious local boulangerie products were served. One looks especially forward to mouth watering buttery croissants & pain au chocolat when in France, n'est pas? Also lacking at breakfast is any offer of cooked eggs or a different coffee such as a cappuccino although I noticed later in the week some guests enjoying them. Such is communication or lack of communication when you cannot speak to your guests & lack of staff. No tea or coffee making facilities can be brought to your room, even upon request but management is happy to provide you with a pot of coffee for €5. Additionally there is a STRICT rule that no food will be consumed in your room or balcony or your outside patio. However, management is happy to sell you food including bottles of water next to the pool even though tap water is fine to drink. When I questioned Luna about the "no food" rule she told me guests in the past have messed the rooms with food & "they had to change the sheets!" Isn't that the cost of doing business...that some guests will be messier than others? There was a simple lack of hospitality when my sister's room, her toilet stopped working. Mara & Luna did not know what to do or who to call. There was no offer to move my sister & husband to another room even though rooms were available or even an offer of a glass of wine while they tried to fix the problem; it took several days for the problem to be resolved (caused by a housekeeper) during which time my sister had to use the pool bathroom. At the pool the previous comfortable cushioned chaise lounges have been replaced with uncomfortable chaises, many taken from the upstairs panoramic solarium which is now devoid of any furniture. A large mirror in the pool area with a large crack in it reflected the failing maintenance of the hotel in general. There is scant staff to come round to offer food & drink. We have really enjoyed staying at Le Hameau in the past but this stay made us feel very unwelcome. The lack of hospitality, language barrier, lack of staff, the rules, the beautiful but odorous dog Raspberry, all contributed to an unpleasant stay. Fortunately in the immediate area there are lovely comparable hotels that pride themselves on hospitality & guest comforts. What a shame Le Hameau is not one of them.…