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Property Type | Serviced Apartment | studio Beds | 1 Bath | Boulevard d’Antigone
Starting from €150/ Per Night
Beds: studio
Sleep: 2
Min Night: 1
  • Accommodates: 2
  • Bed type: Real Room
  • Beds: studio
  • Check Out: 10:00
  • Bathrooms: 1
  • Bedrooms: studio
  • Check In: 15:00
  • Room type: Apartment Suite
The Living Area: This Studio 19 sqm / 205 sqft apartment offers you a living and dining area. The Kitchenette: Enjoy a full kitchen and dining area with modern furnishings and amenities – perfect for entertaining yet cozy and comforting enough to enjoy the dinner. The Bedroom: The bedroom is equipped with 1 double bed (140x200cm) or 2 single beds (90x200cm) which can accommodate maximum of two people. Pleas...
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Place de la Comédie

The Place de la Comédie is an unmissable square in Montpellier, a pedestrian area where locals and tourists meet, day and night. Here you can admire the Fountain of the Three Graces and the Opera Comédie while street artists entertain you. 

If you fancy a bite to eat, take a stroll and find one of the many cafés or restaurants in the square.

Place Royale du Peyrou

The Place Royale du Peyrou is another square to be explored and home to the Equestrian Statue of Louis XIV. This area is a true haven of peace, much appreciated by residents and tourists alike.

Fabre Museum

Montpellier's main fine arts museum opens its doors to you. Its impressive collection tells the story of European creations from the Renaissance to the present day.

Cathedrale Saint-Pierre

Having become a cathedral in 1536, when the archbishopric of Maguelone was transferred to Montpellier, Saint-Pierre was originally the chapel of a Benedictine monastery built in 1364.

Even today its southern Gothic architecture still impresses passers-by. You cannot miss its imposing porch resting on two enormous circular pillars measuring 4.55m.Get there 10 minutes by car and 21 minutes on foot from the apartment.

The Royal Garden

The Royal Garden of Montpellier was created in 1593, making it the oldest botanical garden in France. Attached to the Faculty of Medicine, this space, once entirely dedicated to research and teaching, continues to attract researchers from all over the world.   

Residents of Montpellier and tourists love to stroll through its greenhouse and orange and bamboo groves. 

From Montpellier Fréjorgue Airport:

  • By Taxi: It takes approximately 10 minutes by taxi and costs about 20€ (day rate) to get to the residence.
  • By Shuttle: Take Navette (line 120), then take the tram (line 1) to Léon Blum. It takes approximately 15 minutes and costs 4€.

From Gare de Montpellier-Saint-Roch Station:

  • By Taxi: It takes approximately 5 minutes by taxi and costs about 15€ (day rate) to get to the residence.
  • By Tram: Take tramway (line 1) to Léon Blum. It takes approximately 5 minutes and costs around 1.60€.

Nearest public transport from Antigone Montpellier

Travel to the heart of the city or discover hidden gems easily with these transport options.

  • Train station: Montpellier-Saint-Roch (10-minute drive)
  • Tram stop: Léon Blum
  • Taxi: Call in reception

Cancellation without incurring any penalties by providing a 14-day notice before your scheduled arrival. However, if any cancellation after that timeframe, no refunds will be issued.

  • Cleaning Fee: € 100
  • Refundable Deposit: 500

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