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“Ideal for a family vacation or business trip, the three-star Campanile Nimes Centre – Mas Carbonnel offers guests a warm welcome and comfortable accommodation.
Guests are ideally located in the middle of several junctions, just one and a half kilometers from the A9 and A54 highways. This provides visitors with a range of both regional and national transport links, making travel hassle-free and convenient. Equally, the railway station in the city center is just one kilometer away. For international travelers, Nîmes Cévennes Camargue airport is only 10 kilometers from the hotel. Families will enjoy the hotel’s proximity to amenities such as a bowling alley, a sports center, and Costières soccer stadium.
The hotel offers 81 air-conditioned rooms, three of which have been adapted for guests with reduced mobility. All rooms are fully equipped with a bathroom, TV with Canal+ and BeIN Sport channels, a desk area, and complimentary tea and coffee-making facilities.
The hotel’s restaurant serves an extensive breakfast buffet from 6.30am to 9.30am on weekdays and 7:00am to 10:00am on weekends. Lunch and dinner are available between noon and 2:00pm and 7:00pm and 10:00pm. With delicious menus and tasty snacks, the restaurant is the ideal place in which to unwind.
An air-conditioned meeting room is available for reservation throughout the year. It can accommodate between 25 and 35 people and boasts all the necessary amenities for a successful corporate event including an interactive whiteboard, telephone, flat screen TV, flipchart, and free Wi-Fi. With facilities for tourists and professionals alike, Campanile Nimes Centre – Mas Carbonnel provides the perfect base from which to explore the Languedoc-Roussillon region.
The Pont du Gard is the highest aqueduct built in the Roman empire 2000 years ago and the first antique monument visited in France. Located between Montpellier, Marseille and Avignon, this site is a real landmark of Provence and the south of France. Because of its historical value and exceptional condition it has been inscribed in the prestigious UNESCO World Heritage Site list since 1985.