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Boutique Hotel Entraigues

Hotel in the Gard with swimming pool

The Gard offers breathtakingly beautiful landscapes and sites, with a rich natural and historical heritage that comes in an incredible variety of pictures. The département is home to four exceptional UNESCO World Heritage sites: the Pont du Gard, the Abbey of Saint-Gilles, the Maison Carrée in Nîmes and the vast expanses of the Causses and Cévennes. As the cradle of Roman civilization, the Gard abounds in remarkable historic sites that bear witness to the extraordinary wealth of cultural exchanges through the ages.

There's no better way to enjoy the Gard region and its wonders than in a perfectly located 4-star hotel! The Boutique Hôtel Entraigues**** is located in the medieval town of Uzès, just a few minutes from the Pont du Gard. A hotel with swimming pool in the Gard, with undeniable charm.

Hotel in the Gard with swimming pool : Boutique Hôtel Entraigues****

The Boutique Hôtel Entraigues**** is much more than just a hotel. Nestled in the heart of the historic center of Uzès, this former 15th-century mansion is a true architectural gem. When you stay at this luxury establishment, you're more than just a guest - you're a privileged guest. This one-of-a-kind hotel stands out for its exceptional character. Its 19 quality rooms, combining modernity and comfort, were designed in a minimalist style to highlight the authentic 15th-century stonework, during its renovation in 2013.

Several room types are available: double room, triple room, family suite for up to 4 people with terrace, suite for up to 5 people.... 

Breakfast is included in the price, and is served in a magnificent dining room. There is no restaurant on site, but you can order à la carte dinners in your room. Numerous restaurants are just around the corner.

In addition, the hotel has four private parking spaces, available on request and subject to availability, at a cost of €20 per night.

Hotel location in the Gard

The Boutique Hôtel Entraigues**** is located at 4 Place de l'Évêché (or 8 rue de la Calade), in the historic center of Uzès. 

Situated at the crossroads between the Cévennes and the Mediterranean, this prestigious hotel in Uzès in the Gard department enjoys a privileged location. A 3-minute walk from the charming Place aux Herbes, just 15 minutes by car from the famous Pont du Gard, 25 minutes from the impressive Arènes de Nîmes, 30 minutes from the magnificent Cévennes and 35 minutes from the prestigious Palais des Papes in Avignon.

This ideal location allows you to easily discover a multitude of natural and cultural treasures, offering an enriching and memorable experience during your stay.

Hotel in the Gard with terrace

Truly authentic, singularly atypical and resolutely contemporary, the Boutique Hôtel Entraigues**** embodies charm in its purest form. Its panoramic terrace is an undeniable asset. A magnificent terrace offering breathtaking 360° views of the famous Fenestrelle Tower, the rooftops of Uzès and its valley. The perfect opportunity to soak up the beauty and charm of the surroundings.

Hotel with swimming pool in the Gard

The Boutique Hôtel Entraigues**** is much more than just a place to stay; it's a place where you'll feel right at home. Immerse yourself in the intimate atmosphere of this unique establishment, ideally located in the Gard region of France. The outdoor swimming pool offers an exceptional relaxation experience. Located on the second floor for total privacy, the hotel pool offers an almost unreal view of the Fenestrelle Tower. 

Close your eyes and let yourself be transported under the Occitan sun, savoring the sensation of plunging into a swimming pool sheltered from the wind and surrounded by a wooden terrace. The unsupervised pool is open from 9.30am to 9pm and is reserved for hotel guests only. It is outdoor and unheated, opening from Easter until early November. One of the few accommodations in Uzès to have a swimming pool right in the city center!

Meeting room for seminars

In this Gard hotel, the Boutique Hôtel Entraigues**** offers two meeting rooms for your seminars. The Évêché meeting room, offering a spectacular view of the Cathedral of Saint-Théodorit d'Uzès, can accommodate up to 35 people. And the Suite Deluxe Superior room, which can accommodate up to 20 people.

The hotel's ecological and cultural commitments

At the Hotel Entraigues, our commitment to the environment is a daily one. Your guests are convinced that every little gesture contributes to the well-being of the planet. For example, the hotel takes steps to reduce its energy consumption, whether in electricity or water. The hotel also favors short supply chains and buys from local producers, notably at the Uzès market.

Boasting a vaulted open space of over 200 m², adorned with a superb piano accessible to all who master this instrument, the Boutique Hôtel Entraigues**** in Uzès celebrates culture. Exhibitions showcasing the talents of local and international artists are held on a regular basis.

The treasures of the Gard

Star-rated hotels, exceptional lodgings, value-for-money bed & breakfasts, castles and spas... Finding accommodation, especially hotels in the Gard, is a must for travelers who want to visit this part of southern France. The Gorges du Gardon, the Camargue and its animals, Castillon-du-Gard, Nîmes, Uzès... Seize your chance to spend a quality vacation, close to the beach and in France. 

Travelers can come at any time of year, without worrying about dates, as the Gard is known for its mild weather. There's accommodation to suit all tastes and prices. You'll need to book the right place for you, but one thing's for sure: you'll be warmly welcomed in the Gard.

The natural treasures of the Gard provençal region are numerous. The garrigues, olive groves, lavender, rivers, the Gardon Gorges, the Cévennes, the Eure Valley... But the buildings, towns and villages of the Gard are not to be outdone. Their histories have shaped them over time. Among the most impressive sites are the following:

The Pont du Gard

The Pont du Gard, the region's tourist landmark, remains a must-see destination in the South of France, attracting an impressive number of visitors. A remarkable testament to the ingenuity of the Roman Empire, this marvel of antiquity continues to captivate with its beauty and grandiose architecture, even after 2000 years of existence. This Roman bridge-aqueduct, built in the first century AD, gracefully spans the Gardon river. With its 49 imposing arches, the Pont du Gard is a UNESCO World Heritage Site.


Uzès is a medieval town well worth a visit. Its exceptional beauty earned it the 'Ville d'Art et d'Histoire' label in 2008, as well as recognition from the Michelin Guide, which awarded it '3 stars - worth the detour'. In 2024, Booking.com, the online booking platform, ranks Uzès in 7ᵉ place worldwide, among the most welcoming cities.

Former seat of the First Duchy of France, Uzès boasts a rich heritage dating back to the days of the Roman Empire. Visitors are seduced by iconic sites such as the majestic Tour Fenestrelle, the magnificent Cathédrale Saint-Théodorit and, of course, the Château Ducal, nicknamed the Duchy. 

The Place aux Herbes, with its lively terraces and market, is a must-see during your visit to Uzès. With its many pedestrian areas, the town is a true paradise for strollers. What's more, the Eure valley, a veritable green lung on the outskirts of the town, offers an ideal playground for hiking enthusiasts.


Nîmes, the capital of the Gard region, boasts one of France's most impressive Roman pasts, complemented by splendors from the 17th and 18th centuries, as well as iconic contemporary sites. Nicknamed the "Rome of France", this city is a must-see during your stay in the Gard. Like the Pont du Gard, which once supplied the city with water, Nîmes illustrates the grandeur of the Roman Empire. The Maison Carrée (listed as a World Heritage Site by UNESCO), the world-famous Arènes and the Jardin de la Fontaine are all must-sees on your visit to this ancient Roman city.

Travelers' opinions are unanimous: booking a vacation in the Gard is an excellent idea! Firstly, to discover all the wonders we've talked about, but also because there's a whole host of other things to do and visit in this beautiful part of southern France.