Villa Meridia

10 Rue Meynier De Salinelles,Nimes,France

  • Experience World-class Service at Villa Meridia

    Featuring an outdoor swimming pool and a garden, Villa Meridia is set in Nîmes, 2.9 km from Parc Expo Nîmes. The bed and breakfast has air-conditioned rooms with a private bathroom and free WiFi. Local points of interest like Carré d’Art Library and Nimes School of Fine Arts are reachable within a 6-minute walk and a 9-minute walk, respectively. At the bed and breakfast, each room has a desk and a flat-screen TV. The rooms include a coffee machine, while some have a terrace. All units at Villa Meridia are equipped with a seating area. A continental breakfast is served each morning at the property. Nîmes Town Hall is 800 metres from the accommodation. The nearest airport is Nimes-Ales-Camargue-Cevennes Airport, 11 km from Villa Meridia.


    • Internet
    • Parking
    • Swimming Pool
    • Television
    • Non Smoking
    • Bar
    • Breakfast
    • Lounge
  • reviews

    • A little oasis

      Reviewed 22 July 2019

      Only arriving at our next hotel did we fully appreciate this villa. The quiet, the large airy rooms, a suite that really was a suite. Our breakfast was served in a secluded garden by the pool - fresh fruit, yoghurt and bread. On our visit it was only a one man show with the owner preparing breakfast and tidying the rooms - his wife and children were away. It would have been nice to have a fridge and a safe.

    • Beautiful property with a great location

      Reviewed 16 July 2019

      Villa Meridia is a beautiful property with a great location, just 5-10 minutes walk from all the top attractions, restaurants and shops. Our room was spotlessly clean, stylishly decorated and had very comfortable beds. The air conditioning was very effective and amazingly quiet. Jonathan could not have been more welcoming and helpful, from the superb breakfast served in the courtyard garden to storing our bags and booking a taxi on our final day. Thank you for a lovely stay.

    • Lovely Guest house in easy walking distance to old town

      Reviewed 12 July 2019

      We stayed 4 nights as we used Nimes as our base for exploring area.Rooms are spacious and very comfortable.Jonathan,the owner,very helpful. Lovely breakfasts with fresh fruit and home made yoghurt. Worth paying extra for private car park space as street parking can be difficult if arriving late. We will definitely return if coming to the area again.

    • Absolutely fabulous place!

      Reviewed 01 June 2019

      My wife and I spent three nights here in mid-May while visiting Provence. We arrived by high-speed train from Paris, and walked 25 minutes uphill from the train station to Villa Meridia with our heavy rolling suitcases. Serious exercise in 72-degree weather, and we were glad when we arrived. (It is a MUCH easier 15-minute walk back downhill to the station with bags later.) Jonathon welcomed us warmly when we arrived, and he showed us to our beautifully appointed and HUGE room (12 ceilings, and the room must have been 20 x 15). The bed was a real queen (not a composite queen made by pushing two twin beds together with queen-sized bedcovers), and it had a great, firm mattress! The walk-in shower was also huge, with plenty of hot water and excellent pressure. We opened the tall windows each night to let in the nice cool air, and slept soundly and well. Breakfast was included, and it was excellent every day with cut-up fresh fruit, homemade yogurt and fresh granola, to go with fresh-squeezed orange juice, fresh-out-of-the-oven baked goods, cut fresh baguettes, and great freshly made cups of coffee. We even had eggs cooked to order one morning, on top of everything else. Breakfast is served 8:30 till 11 most days, and you write on a chalkboard downstairs when you would like to eat. But we had a 9:00 train day trip to Arles one day and another 9:00 train on our day of departure. Jonathon accommodated each of these with an earlier breakfast, and he did so gracefully, even though we were sure it was an inconvenience. Jonathon speaks excellent English and gave us much good advice on seeing both Nimes and Arles. He also is an articulate and thoughtful fellow, and we talked a bit about art while we were there. The appointments here are beautiful; the place has real style. There are lots of great little touches, like slippers and robes, great-smelling bars of soap, and a Keurig-like coffeemaker and Brita water filter carafe in the room. There is a lovely and comfortable sitting room on the second floor, right beside the stylish dining room. On first looking at the possibility of staying here, one might think it is too far out of the town center. In truth, it is only about a 5-10 minute pleasant walk to get back to lots of good restaurants. And there are monuments that are much closer to this hotel than the center of town, so staying here gives you much quicker access to the Castellum Aquae (end point of the Roman aqueduct) and the Jardins, with their superb Temple of Diana and the famed Tour Magne tower everyone climbs for the view. And it is very quiet here at night. You feel almost like you are out in the country. This place is just a cut above almost everywhere else you might go. It is the opposite of the soulless, but elegant, hotel. It is more like getting to visit in one of the friendliest and most stylish houses around, where you feel like a member of the family and get to eat great breakfasts. Now tell me if you can make THAT happen at home! We paid 514 (including local tax) for three nights here. That works out to 171 per night, which makes it substantially cheaper than our relatively tiny room in the nice hotel we stayed in while in Paris. Villa Meridia is a superb place and we were very sad to leave; we would go back in a heartbeat.

    • Loved this place!

      Reviewed 23 April 2019

      Such a stylish place in such a perfect location!Jonathan was most hospitable in accommodating in helping us with everything we needed as well as making us the most delicious fresh breakfasts (my daughter is still going on about his homemade yoghurt now!) and keep our room immaculately clean and comfortable. Villa Meridia was a little haven and one of the few decent guesthouses that I could find in (or close to) the centre of Nimes. Nimes itself was a very pleasant surprise but as well as being a brilliant city in its own right was also a great base to go and explore other areas/sites (camargue/Arles/Pont du Gard) etc. It was lovely to go out and explore the sites in the morning and come back for a snooze on the relaxing Villa Meridia terrace in the afternoon (we were on the top floor) This was a more expensive option but you pay for class and comfort and this is exactly what it provided- down to the bed linen and refillable water filter in the room. Thank you Jonathan for a fantastic and memorable stay and for running such a beautiful establishment. **Just a note that although this is not by any means a busy city centre location there can be some slight traffic noise in the morning so if you are a very light sleeper like me you might want to take ear plugs and an eye mask**


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