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  • L'Hôtel Baudon de Mauny, situé à Montpellier
  • Baudon de Mauny, au coeur de Montpellier
  • L'Hôtel Baudon de Mauny, situé à Montpellier
  • Baudon de Mauny, au coeur de Montpellier
  • L'Hôtel Baudon de Mauny, situé dans le sud de la France
  • L'Hôtel Baudon de Mauny, situé à Montpellier
  • L'Hôtel Baudon de Mauny, situé à Montpellier
  • Baudon de Mauny, au coeur de Montpellier
  • L'Hôtel Baudon de Mauny, situé à Montpellier
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Baudon de Mauny

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  • 18th century
    private mansion
  • Selection of
    contemporary art works
  • Family rooms
  • Open all year

"At the heart of the central pedestrian area of Montpellier, this former 18th century private mansion has been tastefully restored and converted into a boutique hotel."

The building blends decorative elements from the past with the design of today. You can enjoy breakfast under a 14th century glass roof.

Here you will find historic rooms reflecting the pure 18th century tradition, with period gypsum decoration, mouldings and trophies on the walls and antechambers.

Amenities and services

  • Free and unlimited wifi everywhere in the hotel
  • Bar
  • Air conditioning

"Baudon de Mauny provides a unique experience in an 18th century private mansion, blending tradition and innovation, and with particular care taken over the service provided to our guests."

Alain, Nathalie and their team will be delighted to welcome you to Baudon de Mauny in Montpellier.

THE ROOMS

Baudon de Mauny has nine air-conditioned rooms in an innovative style, harmoniously blending contemporary and traditional features.

In each room, you will find sateen sheets and a range of organic beauty treatment products.

ROOM DETAILS

Superior rooms - 29 m2 - 2 people

  • These rooms, with their unique and original decor, have been designed as a pretty jewel box for our guests. They include a king size bed (180 x 200 cm), with twin beds on request.
    From €155 to €195

Luxury room - 37 m2 - 2 people

  • This room, like a cocoon with a wood decor, is in a part of the hotel reflecting the building’s 14th century style. It includes a king size bed (180 x 200 cm), with twin beds on request.
    From €215 to €265

Suites - 39 m2 - up to 4 people

  • Perfectly adapted to family stays, these suites, including a bedroom and an independent living room, give pride of place to colour with the Cole and Son wallpaper and the soft pouffes with Marimekko prints. The rooms have a queen-size bed (160 x 200cm), bedding for two in the living room and a fully equipped kitchen.
    From €215 to €265

XXL Baudon rooms - 64 m2 - 2 people

  • These historic and secret rooms reflect 18th century tradition, with their antechambers and decorative elements, such as period gypsum decor, mouldings and trophies on the walls. They include a king size bed (180 x 200 cm), with twin beds on request.
    From €270 to €335
Contact & access Baudon de Mauny Baudon de Mauny
1 rue de la Carbonnerie
34000 MONTPELLIER

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