Evaluation of your stay:
"pas de wifi alors que c'est annoncé comme gratuit, impossible de travailler, chambres non faites, prix très cher pour le service, salle-de-bain pas très fraîche, chambre correct sans plus, moquette dans le couloir remplie de taches, sièges au bord de la piscine pas très propres. "
"Pour ce prix là (90 euros la nuit), on s'attend à plus de services et plus de confort."
05 Septembre 2015
|Website : Madame Vacances Residence Les Consuls de la Mer|
Rates ranging from: 54 EUR
Rates for single room 93 €
Rates for double room 98 €
Rates for triple room 119 €
Rates for quadruple room 129 €
Rates for single room 139 €
Number of rooms : 118
Résidence Les Consuls de Mer
Located in the Port-Marianne district of Montpellier, in the heart of a new administrative and business centre, the residence Les Consuls de Mer, is open all year round, and comprises 118 rooms studios apartments accommodating 2-6 people. Its central location makes it ideal for visiting places of economic interest as well as the tourist attractions in the town’s vicinity.
A rod top swimming pool with a sun terrace is available for the use of our clients (and a sauna and Spa Pool - with supplement).
The Capital of Languedoc-Roussillon, situated on the Mediterranean coastline, Montpellier is characterised by the spirit of scholars; doctors and inventors originating from two shores of the "mare nostrum” who went there to study, teach and exchange their vast knowledge of law, medicine, science and philosophy.
Come and visit this welcoming city and you will experience at first hand the charm of l'Ecusson, the historic centre of Montpellier as well as the newer district of Antigone, designed by the Catalan architect Ricardo Boffil. Widely recognised as a centre of excellence for tourism thanks to the Corum, the Parc des Expositions and the Zenith, Montpellier is classed amongst the top 5 Cities in France for organising meetings and International Shows.
Montpellier’s excellent geographical location in the south of France, between the coast and the cliffs, in the Mediterranean basin, and being only a stone’s throw away from Paris (1h10 mn by air, 3h15 mn by TGV), makes it an ideal destination for both short breaks as well as longer stays. A city well worth discovering and a great place to begin discovering the other treasures of this historic region.
By car : Motorways A9 and A75 (Paris / Clermont-Ferrand). To reach Montpellier, there are 4 exits after A 9 :
-->Exit n° 28 – Vendargues , direction Hôpitaux-Facultés / Le Crès / Castelnau / Mauguio
-->Exit n° 29 – East-Montpellier, Historical centre direction/Zénith / Carnon /Montpellier-Méditerranée Airport
-->Exit n° 30 – South-Montpellier, direction Lattes / Palavas / Les Prés d'Arènes / Gare SNCF
-->Exit n° 31 – West-Montpellier, direction Béziers / Sète / Millau / La Paillade / A75
By train : Montpellier railway station. 3h15 from Paris by TGV Méditerranée.
By plane : Montpellier –Méditerranée International Airport (10 mn from town centre).