There are many reasons to visit Montpellier not least of all the museums, beaches and beautiful monuments. Here Culture Trip has curated the best Airbnbs in Montpellier to make planning your visit a little easier.
One of Montpellier’s attractions is its historic old town and there is no better way to explore it than to walk out your front door and to be immediately in it. This beautiful architect-renovated apartment is located off one of the city’s favourite squares – Place Castellane – and is light and airy, with stylish minimalist, scandi-style decor. The rain shower is a highlight but overall, all corners of the space are finished to a high standard.
This spacious mezzanine apartment is situated at the most central point in the city – the imposing central square of Place de la Comedie. All corners of Montpellier, from the winding streets of the old town to the modernist Antigone district, are easily within reach. The open-plan kitchen, dining and lounging spaces are perfect for groups, with the three large double bedrooms giving space and privacy.
Just a 10-minute walk from Montpellier’s train station and with tram routes direct to the beach, this traditional holiday cottage in the grounds of the main house is perfect for lazy summer nights. Inside, the cottage is simple and rustic with patterned ceramic tiles typical of the region. However, it’s the outside space that draws you a little bit further from the city, and for good reason. A cool pool, lush garden and double doors connecting the kitchen to the sweet patio? Parfait!
This chic apartment is perfect for those travelling to Montpellier by train or TGV. Just a stone’s throw from the city’s train terminal, and a short walk to the centre of Montpellier, this one-bedroom, one-bathroom stylish pad has been kitted out to a high standard. It offers a queen size bed to sprawl on, a beautifully decorated terrace to sip your morning coffee, and a compact kitchenette.
This three-bedroom artist’s apartment is found in the fashionable Beaux Arts neighbourhood, just north-east of Montpellier’s old town, and filled to the brim with character and original art pieces. Designed by a ceramic artist, the apartment is light and airy, with a traditional kitchen, garden views and lots of seating.