Location. The Hostellerie Du Cigalou is located in the medieval village of Bormes Les Mimosas, France. The beach is four kilometres away and the seaside resort of St Tropez and Toulon are both within 40 kilometres of the hotel.
Hotel Features. The Hostellerie Du Cigalou boasts a listed façade hung with ornate lanterns and decorated with flowering plants. Guests descend a stone staircase to the heated outdoor swimming pool, which is shaded by mimosa trees and surrounded by wrought iron railings. The hotel houses a library and offers wireless Internet access. Complimentary parking is available near to the hotel.
The Hostellerie Du Cigalou houses Bormes Les Mimosas oldest café, the modern, rustic Le Café Du Progres with its linen wall hangings, brick red seating, and flowering plants. Guests can sample traditional Provençal dishes including Grilled Sardines and Lamb Chops with Star Anise.
Guestrooms. The 20 guestrooms at the Hostellerie du Cigalou are individually decorated in a variety of styles with colour schemes including chocolate and brown, rose and mauve, and grey and white. Amenities include air conditioning, satellite television, wireless Internet, direct dial phones, hair dryers, and safes. Some rooms extend to terraces overlooking the village or the garden.
Expert Tip. Villa Noailles, located 20 kilometres from the hotel, is a striking Art Deco property built in the Cubic style during the 1920s. Today the villa acts as a centre for contemporary arts and opens to beautiful gardens.
128.1859 - 310.8973
Number Of Rooms: 1
Number Of Floors: 1
Check In Time: 1500
Check Out Time: 1030
HOSTELLERIE DU CIGALOU
3 Place Gambetta
Bormes-les-mimosas, France 83230
From Toulon Hyères Airport (TLN):
Distance to Hostellerie du Cigalou is 15 kilometres, approximately 30 minutes drive.
Getting there. The easiest way to reach the hotel from the airport is by hire car or taxi, costing approximately 50 EUR.
Getting around. A car is advisable for exploring the surrounding area.
Driving directions. From the airport, take the A57 to Hyères les Palmiers.
Then take the RN98 towards St Tropez.
Take the D559 to Bormes Les Mimosas.