When staying in our hotel in Montpellier, you’ll be just yards away from the city’s main points of interest. A 10-minute walk will get you to the Fabre museum where, among permanent collections, on-loan collections and temporary exhibits, you’ll be able to gaze at the works of Véronèse, Bernin, Matisse, or Degas. The Jardin des Plantes, gardens which made history from their foundation in the sixteenth century and lead Montpellier to be nicknamed the “capital of botany”, the Jardin des Plantes remains, to this day, a model for innovation in the cultivation of medicinal herbs. Finally, heading out from our hotel near the place de la Comédie, right in the city center, go and lose yourself in the medieval streets of the Écusson quarter, an unmissable sight in Montpellier. Peruse the artisanal shops, cool off in small, shady squares… To the west, Pomenade du Peyrou is a viewpoint lined with pools and towered over by the Arc de Triomphe.