The Hotel IMPERATOR is situated in the heart of the Roman city in the city centre of Nimes. The hotel's 60 rooms and suites are spacious and are spread over three floors. They have pleasant views over the Imperator's gardens the Jardin de la Fontaine or the Assas area. The IMPERATOR's gourmet restaurant provides food lovers in with fine cuisine influenced by the South of France. The wine bar has a number of fine and subtle wines. Conference rooms, which include an auditorium can accommodate between 5 and 100 people. The hotel has a private garage and coach parking spaces.
All of the IMPERATOR's sixty rooms and suites are attractively spacious and bright. They are spread over three floors, accessible by lift or via wide stairs. All the beds are covered with white duvets whilst each room is decorated differently.
Visitors will enjoy luxury bedding and the strong support and the pleasure of thick mattresses. The same high quality is available even with the childrens' supplementary beds.
The IMPERATOR's gastronomic restaurant in Nîmes bathes in the Mediterranean light. All year round tables are set out under the roof of the large conservatory with a spaciousness that opens out onto the gardens.
From the first buds of spring to autumn colours the restaurant offers its customers the possibility of taking one's lunch and dinner on the terrace. Provence itself perfumes the whole atmosphere with its combinations of tastes and aromas. The huge ginkgo biloba shelters the place in its benevolent shade.
On summer evenings, tiny lights are aglow here and there. The romantic restaurant serves dinners by candle light.
The Hotel IMPERATOR is a legendary setting for business or family gatherings: the majestic gardens, Art Deco decor, meeting rooms and salons of varying sizes and a fine dining experience that's flexible (cocktails for up to 1000 people).
Lay back and dream in the Imperator's gardens or enjoy a relaxing treatment in the privacy of your bedroom. Taking a stroll in the jardins de la Fontaine located opposite the hotel or easing into the Provencal lifestyle are ways to enjoy timeless moments free from the hustle and bustle. Enjoy spending moments alone or sharing them with someone special.
The first Feria took place in Nimes in 1952 when Luis Miguel Dominguin and Rafael Ortega stayed at the Imperator. From then on, the Feria and the IMPERATOR's renown started to resonate far beyond the hills of Nimes. Famous toreros and great artists stay at the hotel during this period. The people of Nimes gather in the gardens and the nights come alive.
The Hotel IMPERATOR is the city of Nimes' historic hotel. The IMPERATOR has been an important meeting place in Nimes for the past 80 years. In 1929 the "Wagons Lit" train company provided a real freedom to travel. In this historical context the Hotel IMPERATOR was born. It became the special link between the people of Nimes and tourists from around the world, as well as the city's symbol of hospitality.