In the hollow of seven hills, Nimes hotels blossom around the ancient sites which tell the tale of the Roman era. The city of pilgrims boasts of its arenas, the Maison Caree and Jardins de la Fontaine, dominated by the Tour Magne. The Gard capital is home to a number of hotels, proportional to its size, but rooms become limited when it's the time of year for festivals. A privileged few hotels in Nimes can boast of a view of the Arenes de Nimes, a historical monument where gladiators once fought, and then where a real 12th century village stood. Having since reverted to its former structure, the arenas are now the scene of concerts and bullfights. Hotels come together on the edge of the downtown, a few minutes' walk from the pedestrian zone, a haven of shops and restaurants, or near to the station. Generally classed as mid-range, a hotel in Nimes is available for an affordable price for basic comforts.
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