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Halthotel2 Star Hotel

1 Chemin Saint Hubert, 34970 Lattes

Guest review score

7.3 from 14 reviews

Clients appreciate the hotel Hotel features 36 rooms including 1 family room, A short walk from place Jean-Jaurès, the Hôtel de Varenne, on place Pétrarque, houses two local history museums of somewhat specialized interest, the Musée de Vieux Montpellier, which is Tues–Sat 9.30am–noon & 1.30–5pm; free,, concentrating on the city's history, and the more interesting, private Musée Fougau on the top floor, which is Wed & Thurs 3–6.30pm; free,, dealing with the folk history of Languedoc and things Occitan. Off to the right, the lively little rue des Trésoriers-de-France has one of the best seventeenth-century houses in the city, the Hôtel Lunaret, at no. 5, while round the block on rue Jacques Coeur you'll find the Musée Languedocien, which is July–Sept Mon–Sat 2–6pm; Oct–June Mon–Sat 2–5pm; €5,, which houses a very mixed collection of Greek, Egyptian and other antiquities. Visitors appreciate the hotel Hotel is located in Lattes, highly valued, close to Montpellier, The area that makes up the eastern fringe of the Pyrenees and the flatter stretch of land down to the Mediterranean coast is known as Roussillon, or French Catalonia. Catalan power first came into its own in the tenth century under the independent counts of Barcelona, who then became kings of Aragon as well in 1162. They attempted to create a joint power base with Occitan France under the counts of Toulouse, but that came to an unhappy end with the death of Pedro II at the battle of Muret in 1213, when he came to the aid of Raymond VI of Toulouse against Simon de Montfort during the anti-Cathar crusade. The height of Catalan power was reached in the thirteenth and fourteenth centuries, when the Franco-Catalan frontier was fixed along the base of the Corbières hills north of Perpignan. But Jaime I made the mistake of dividing his kingdom between his two sons at his death. What is now the French part became the kingdom of Majorca with its capital at Perpignan, but, coveted by the rival brother, the king of Aragon, it sought alliance with the kings of France, who saw this as a splendid opportunity to straighten out their southern border, thus ensuring continuous squabbling that was only finally ended by the Treaty of the Pyrenees, negotiated by Louis XIV in 1659. It offers free Wifi Internet access and a warm atmosphere, © William Shen wwshen.com. Clients appreciate the hotel Hotel is located close to the main roads of the area and is halfway between Montpellier and the sea, At the hub of the city's life, joining the old part to its newer accretions, is place de la Comédie, or "L'Oeuf" to the initiated. This colossal, oblong square, paved with cream-coloured marble, has a fountain at its centre and cafés either side. One end is closed by the Opéra, an ornate nineteenth-century theatre; the other opens onto the Esplanade, a beautiful tree-lined promenade which ends in the Corum concert hall, dug into the hillside and topped off in pink granite, with splendid views from the roof. The city's most trumpeted museum, the Musée Fabre, has closed for long-term renovation. Visitors will have to wait until 2006 to view its large and historically important collection of seventeenth- to nineteenth-century French, Spanish, Italian, Dutch, Flemish and English painting, including works by Delacroix, Raphael, Jan van Steen and Veronese. The rooms are comfortable and have modern facilities, highly valued, including a flat-screen TV, Although there's no real separatist impetus among French Catalans today, their sense of identity is still strong: the language is very much alive, and the national colours of yellow and red are much in evidence wherever you go. The Pic du Canigou, which completely dominates Roussillon, seems much larger in presence than its actual 2784m, and it remains a powerful symbol of Catalan nationalism, attracting hordes of Catalans from Barcelona to celebrate the summer solstice. And in the little town of Prades, which, as the place of exile from Franquista Spain of the cellist Pau Casals, became a symbol of Catalan resistance. Some rooms offer a view of the park, Lower down the hill, on boulevard Henri-IV, the lovely but slightly run-down Jardin des Plantes, which is July & Aug Mon–Sat 8.30am–noon & 2–6pm; rest of year Mon–Sat 10am–5pm; free,, with avenues of exotic trees, was founded in 1593 and is France's oldest botanical garden. Across the road is the long-suffering cathedral, with its massive porch, sporting a patchwork of styles from the fourteenth to the nineteenth centuries. Inside is a memorial to the bishop of Montpellier who sided with the half-million destitute vine-growers who came to demonstrate against their plight in 1907 and were fired on by government troops for their pains. Above the cathedral, in the university's prestigious medical school on rue de l'école-de-Médecine, the Musée Atger, which is Mon, Wed & Thurs 1.30–5.45pm; free, has a distinguished academic collection of French and Italian drawings, while the macabre Musée d'Anatomie, which is daily 2.30–5pm; free, displays all sorts of revolting things in bottles. Close by is the pretty little place de la Canourgue, and, beyond, down rue d'Aigrefeuille, the old university quarter, with some good bookshops on rue de l'Université. Halthotel also offers easy access to the Exhibition grounds and the airport, Some 28km southeast of Montpellier, twenty minutes away by train, SÈTE has been an important port for three hundred years. Searching for a Sète hotelthis website has a lot of choices. The upper part of the town straddles the slopes of the Mont St-Clair, which overlooks the vast Bassin de Thau, breeding ground of mussels and Oysters, while the lower part is intersected by waterways lined with tall terraces and seafood restaurants. It has a lively workaday bustle in addition to its tourist activity, at its height during the summer joutes nautiques, which is waterjousting, ., Running back east into the old quarter from the Maison Carrée, rue de l'Horloge leads to the delightful place aux Herbes, with two or three cafés and bars and a fine twelfth-century house on the corner of rue de la Madeleine. In the former bishop's palace, the Musée du Vieux Nîmes, which is Tues–Sun 10/11am–6pm; €4.45, has displays of Renaissance furnishings and decor and documents to do with local history. Opposite, the Cathédrale Notre-Dame-et-St-Castor sports a handsome sculpted frieze on the west front, illustrating the story of Adam and Eve, and a pediment inspired by the Maison Carrée. It's practically the only existing medieval building in town, as most were destroyed in the turmoil that followed the Michelade, the St Michael's Day massacre of Catholic clergy and notables by Protestants in 1567. Despite brutal repression in the wake of the Camisard insurrection of 1702, Nîmes was, and remains, a doggedly Protestant stronghold. Apart from that, the cathedral is of little interest, having been seriously mutilated in the Wars of Religion and significantly altered in the nineteenth century. The author, Alphonse Daudet, was born in its shadow, as was Jean Nicot – a doctor, no less – who introduced tobacco into France from Portugal in 1560 and gave his name to the world's most popular drug., From the north side of L'Oeuf, rue de la Loge and rue Foch, opened in the 1880s in Montpellier's own Haussmann-izing spree, slice through the heart of the old city. Either side of them, a maze of narrow lanes slopes away to the encircling modern boulevards. Few buildings survive from before the 1622 siege, but the city's busy bourgeoisie quickly made up for the loss, proclaiming their financial power in lots of austere seventeenth- and eighteenth-century mansions. Known as "Lou Clapas", which is rubble,, the area is rapidly being restored and gentrified. It's a pleasure to wander through and come upon the secretive little squares like place St-Roch, place St-Ravy and place de la Canourgue., Most of what you'll want to see is contained within the boulevards de la Libération, Amiral-Courbet, Gambetta and Victor-Hugo, and there's much pleasure to be had from just wandering the narrow lanes that they enclose, discovering unexpected squares with their fountains and cafés. The focal point of the city, the first-century Roman arena, known as Les Arènes, which is daily: July & Aug 9am–6.30pm; Sept–June 9am–noon & 2–5pm; closed during special events; €4.45, combined ticket with Tour Magne, €5.34,, lies at the junction of boulevards de la Libération and Victor-Hugo. One of the best-preserved Roman arenas anywhere, its arcaded two-storey facade conceals massive interior vaulting, riddled with corridors and supporting raked tiers of seats with a capacity of more than 20,000 spectators, whose staple fare was the blood and guts of gladiatorial combat. When Rome's sway was broken by the barbarian invasions, the arena became a fortress and eventually a slum, home to an incredible 2000 people when it was cleared in the early 1800s. Today it has recovered something of its former role, with the passionate summer crowds still turning out for some real-life blood-letting – Nîmes is the premier European bullfighting scene outside Spain., Most of the region's attractions are easily reached from the region's one major town, Perpignan. The coast and immediate hinterland above the Spanish frontier is beautiful, though predictably crowded, and the finest spots are in the Tech and Têt valleys which cut back west into the Pyrenees, where you can view the Romanesque monasteries of Serrabonne, St-Michel-de-Cuxa and St-Martin-du-Canigou, Vauban's fortress town of Villefranche-de-Conflent

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General hotel policies*

* policies applicable to particular rates/rooms prevail over general hotel policies

Check-in & check-out, currency

Check-in:   from 12:30   to 21:30
Check-out:  07:00  to 11:30
Currency: EUR

Cancellation Policy

If cancelled or modified up to 2 days before date of arrival, no fee will be charged.
If cancelled or modified later or in case of no-show, the first night will be charged.

Deposit Policy

No deposit will be charged.

Meal Plan

Buffet breakfast costs EUR 7 per person per night.

Children and Extra Bed Policy

All children are welcome.
All children under 2 years stay free of charge when using existing bedding.
All older children or adults are charged EUR 10 per night per person for extra beds.
There is no capacity for extra beds/cots in the room.


Please carefully read policies & conditions for charges

Halthotel is a 2 star hotel featuring 36 rooms in total


  • Meeting/Banquet Facilities
  • Internet Services
  • Fax/Photocopying
  • Wi-Fi/Wireless LAN
  • Free Wi-Fi Internet Access Included


  • Parking
  • Pets Allowed
  • Bar
  • Newspapers
  • Garden
  • Terrace
  • Non-Smoking Rooms
  • Rooms/Facilities for Disabled Guests
  • Family Rooms
  • Free Parking
  • Express Check-In/Check-Out
  • Heating
  • Gay Friendly
  • Breakfast Buffet
  • All Public and Private spaces non-smoking
  • Airconditioning


Free private parking is possible on site (reservation is not needed).


Wi-fi is available in the hotel rooms and is free of charge.


Pets are allowed. Charges may be applicable.

Area & travel information


1 Chemin Saint Hubert
34970 Lattes


Places nearby...

Montpellier : 1.9 km
Lattes : 2.1 km
La Mosson Rivière : 4 km
Mosson : 4 km
Pérols : 4.9 km
Étang de Pérols : 5 km
Lavérune : 5.1 km
Saint-Jean : 5.1 km
Castelnau : 5.3 km
Étang de L'Arnel : 5.9 km
Étang de l' Arnel : 5.9 km
Étang du Maire : 6.1 km
Estagnol du Maire : 6.1 km
Villeneuve : 6.3 km
Palavas : 6.6 km
Clapiers : 7.2 km
Celleneuve : 7.3 km
La Paillade : 7.3 km
Montpellier-la-Paillade : 7.3 km
Étang du Prévost : 7.7 km
Saussan : 7.8 km
Maguelone : 7.8 km
Maguelonne : 7.8 km
Le Crès : 7.8 km
Saint-Aunès : 7.8 km
Le Lex Rivière : 7.9 km
Lez : 7.9 km
Embranchement du Grau de Palavas : 7.9 km
Juvignac : 8.5 km
Coulazou : 8.7 km
Couluzau : 8.7 km
Le Couluzau Rivière : 8.7 km
Ruisseau de Coularou : 8.7 km
Rivière le Coulazau : 8.7 km
Jacou : 9 km
Vendargues : 9.2 km
Embranchement du Grau de Carnon : 9.2 km
Carnon : 9.2 km
Mont Bauzille : 9.7 km
Mont Baudile : 9.7 km
Saint-Georges : 9.7 km
Salaison : 9.7 km
Le Salaison Ruisseau : 9.7 km
La Salaison Rivière : 9.7 km
Montferrier : 9.8 km
Cabanes de Salaison : 9.9 km
Mauguio : 10.3 km
Montpellier : 10.3 km
Pignan : 10.4 km
Teyran : 11 km
Étang de l' Or : 11.1 km
Étang de Mauguio : 11.1 km
Fabrègues : 11.2 km
Castries : 11.4 km
Grabels : 11.6 km
Saint-Clément : 12 km
Mucaison : 12.3 km
Mireval : 12.3 km
Étang de Vic : 12.5 km
Saint-Vincent : 12.8 km
Saint Vincent : 12.8 km
Assas : 12.8 km
Saint-Vincent-de Barberragues : 12.8 km
Prades : 13 km
Saint-Brès : 13.2 km
Baillargues : 13.3 km
Murviel : 13.6 km
Vic : 13.8 km
La Cadoule Ruisseau : 13.9 km
Cadoule : 13.9 km
Candillargues : 14.2 km
Golfe d' Aigues-Mortes : 14.6 km
Guzargues : 14.7 km
Combaillaux : 14.8 km
Saint-Gély : 14.9 km
Cournonsec : 15 km
Cournonterral : 15 km
Murles : 15.1 km
Montagne de la Gardiole : 15.2 km
Le Bérange Ruisseau : 15.2 km
Le Berange Rivière : 15.2 km
Bérange : 15.2 km
Sussargues : 15.3 km
La Grande Motte : 15.3 km
La Viredonne Ruisseau : 15.5 km
La Viredonne Rivière : 15.5 km
Viredonne : 15.5 km
Lansargues : 15.5 km
Aresquies : 16.1 km
Aresquies Vieux : 16.1 km
Les Aresquiers : 16.1 km
Valergues : 16.5 km
Le Triadou : 16.6 km
La Palus : 16.8 km
Saint-Geniès : 16.9 km
Vailhauquès : 17.1 km
Bois de Valène : 17.4 km
Montarnaud : 17.4 km
Cristoulet : 17.6 km
Le Cristoulet Rivière : 17.6 km
Vêne : 17.6 km
Les Matelles : 17.7 km
Saint-Drézéry : 17.9 km
Restinchères : 18.3 km
Restinclières : 18.3 km
Saint-Jean : 18.5 km
Gigean : 18.5 km
Lunel-Viel : 18.6 km
La Bruyère : 18.8 km
Montaud : 18.8 km
Montbazin : 18.8 km
Saint-Jean : 19 km
Beaulieu : 19.1 km
Frontignan : 19.2 km
Saint-Just : 19.2 km
Saint-Paul-et-Valmalle : 19.3 km
Saint-Paul : 19.3 km
Étang d' Ingril : 19.3 km
Étang du Reqousset : 19.3 km
Étang du Ponent : 19.3 km
Saint-Nazaire : 19.9 km
La Grande Roubine : 20 km
Le Vidourle Fleuve : 20 km
Chenal Maritime : 20 km
Vidourle : 20 km
Le Vidourle Rivière : 20 km
Le Grau-du-Roi : 20 km
Canal Maritime : 20 km
La Grau du Roi : 20 km
Pointe de l' Espiguette : 20.2 km
Sainte-Croix : 20.2 km
Saint-Mathieu : 20.5 km
Mas de Terre de Port : 20.6 km
Terre de Ports : 20.6 km
Saint-Bauzille : 20.6 km
Port- Camargue : 20.7 km
Issanka : 20.7 km
Saint-Hilaire : 20.7 km
Canal de Toulouse : 21.2 km
Canal de Lunel : 21.2 km
Argelliers : 21.4 km
Cazevieille : 21.6 km
Dardaillon : 21.7 km
Le Dardaillon Ruisseau : 21.7 km
Le Dardaillon Rivière : 21.7 km
Poussan : 21.8 km
Bois de Las : 21.8 km
La Boissière : 21.8 km
Buzignargues : 21.8 km
Le Vieux Vistre Rivière : 21.9 km
Vieux Vistre : 21.9 km
Vérargues : 22 km
Montagne de la Moure : 22 km
Lunel : 22 km
Saint-Christol : 22.3 km
Galargues : 22.4 km
Galargues-le-Petit : 22.4 km
Balaruc-le-Vieux : 22.9 km
Pic Saint-Loup : 22.9 km
La Peyrade : 23 km
Saturargues : 23 km
Étang du Repau : 23.2 km
Étang du Repaus : 23.2 km
Saint-Seriès : 23.3 km
Aigues-Mortes : 23.3 km
Roussières : 23.3 km
Boisseron : 23.7 km
Étang des Eaux-Blanches : 23.8 km
Bassin des Eaux Blanches : 23.8 km
Salin du Commun : 23.9 km
Étang du Commun : 23.9 km
Fontanès : 23.9 km
Valflaunès : 24 km
Viols : 24.2 km
Montagne d' Hortus : 24.4 km
Montagne d' Horthus : 24.4 km
Saussines : 24.4 km
Canal de Beaucaire : 24.6 km
Canal du Rhône à Sète : 24.6 km
Campagne : 24.7 km
Étang de la Ville : 24.9 km
Marsillargues : 24.9 km
Mas : 25 km
Bouzigues : 25 km
Saint-Laurent : 25.1 km
Balaruc Point : 25.2 km
Balaruc-les-Bains : 25.2 km
Pointe de Balaruc : 25.2 km
Canal Latéral : 25.5 km
Pointe du Barrou : 25.5 km
Saint-Joseph : 25.5 km
Saint-Martin : 25.6 km
Étang du Roi : 25.7 km
Villeveyrac : 25.8 km
Garrigues : 25.8 km
Canal de Sète : 26.1 km
Embranchement de la Peyrade : 26.1 km
Fort Saint-Louis : 26.1 km
Canal de la Peyrade : 26.1 km
Canal de Cette : 26.1 km

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