Great place to stay, easy to get to by public transport and get around the city. Old building with lots if charm inside, the room we had looked down onto the small greenery filled courtyard through the big French windows. Staff were friendly, and it was a relatively quiet place to stay for the middle of july! Lovely - would recommend!
Travelling we did not have a car and this hotel is quite a way out of Arles centre - we caught a taxi from the train station initially but was told online there was s bus nearby. The first staff member we spoke to didn't know anything about the bus. Luckily a more senior staff member later in the evening assisted us in its location and print out of the timetable. This hotel was nice, out of the city with a pool to cool down in was a plus. But hard to stay at if You are without a vehicle.
For peak summer time it did not seem to busy, and fellow guests were quiet. However, we had a room which opened up to the flat courtyard and that as well as the water pipes (which seemed to go straight down the wall of the bed) did create a lot of noise. So Take earplugs. The staff were helpful and nice enough, did not speak much English though. Wireless just in reception area worked well when not many people there, but was really slow otherwise.