Mercure Thalassa Port Camargue

Internet ConnectionTelevisionRoom with bathroomPhoneHotel restaurantAir conditioningThe hotel has a sports centerSafeFor the disabled
Locality: City, price from: 100 € per night
Boasting a pleasant ambience and comfortable accommodation, the Mercure Thalassa Port Camargue is an ideal place for business travellers and holidaymakers. Location: Located 4 kilometres from the centre of Le Grau du Roi looking across to the largest beach in the Camargue, the property is easily accessible to many tourist attractions such as Aigues Mortes, Arles Museum, Seaquarium Le Grau Du Roi and many others. Rooms: Mercure Thalassa Port Camargue comprises 89 well-decorated guestrooms that are loaded with all the modern facilities that ensure utmost ease and luxury. Restaurant: A variety of delightful regional dishes can be relished at the in-house Le Becarut restaurant that will keep your taste buds busy throughout your stay. The Le Coulis bar is the perfect place to relax with a fine drink in a warm and friendly atmosphere. General: Ideal for business meetings or seminars, the property offers 6 meeting rooms that is equipped with standard amenities to make your event a successful one. You can also make use of onsite fitness centre that features and modern equipments for your workout or relax by taking a bracing dip in the swimming pool.

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