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Promenade des Bains Apartment Residence, Saint Raphael

Self-Catered Apartments in a Fantastic Seafront Location

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"Fair" 174 Verified Reviews trust you logo
Beach 96 / 100 Wonderful beach.
Location 74 / 100 Good location.
Value for money 50 / 100 Average value.
Service 47 / 100 Service is below average.
Room 41 / 100 Rooms are not good.
Comfort 39 / 100 Not very comfortable.

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"Parking is rare"
"Great shopping"
"Kitchenette needs more attention"
"Housekeeping can be a problem"
"Fair" 174 Verified Reviews trust you logo
Beach 94 / 100 Wonderful beach.
Location 74 / 100 Good location.
Service 52 / 100 Service is ok.
Room 46 / 100 Rooms are not good.
Comfort 45 / 100 Not very comfortable.

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"More comfort would be nice"
"Beautiful beach"
"Service could be improved"
"Room needs to be improved"
"Good" 174 Verified Reviews trust you logo
Location 76 / 100 Good location.
Room 39 / 100 Rooms are not good.

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"Great location"
"Room needs to be improved"

These bright and comfortable apartments are in a quiet location near to the beach and town centre of the lovely resort of Saint-Raphael.

Air-conditioned and equipped with everything you need for a self-catered seaside holiday, Residence Promenade des Bains is in a prime location.

Offering a choice of accommodation from studios for 4 people to apartments for 6 people, this is a great choice for families.

With beaches nearby and the village centre just 300m away, you have everything you need on your doorstep.

What's the place like?

The Restaurant

The residence has no restaurant but fresh bread and pastries can be ordered from the bakery to be delivered the following morning.

What's nearby?

Towns nearby

Sitting in the shadow of a grand mountain on a red rock coastline that contrasts vividly with the blue sea, Saint Raphael has been a seaside resort since ancient Roman times. Located halfway between Cannes and Saint Tropez, San-Raphael lies is on the main train line that runs along the Riviera from Italy to Marseilles, and also connect the South of France to Paris. It is also the train station you would have to stop at to get on one of the buses or boats that run to Saint Tropez. If driving, Saint Raphael is very accessible as it's just off the A8 motorway, while buses connect here for Nice, Saint Tropez and other Riviera towns.

Restaurants nearby

For a quiet seaside resort catering mainly to families, Saint Raphael has some very good restaurants. Michelin-starred Archange serves up delicate, delicious seafood from its dining room overlooking the port, while Les Voiles (also in the marina) creates excellent dishes using fresh market produce. Enjoy the rustic ambience and Provencal specialities of La Table, or head to Pizza Gourmande for their very popular gourmet pizzas.

Also see: Book My Restaurant

Sights nearby

Saint Raphael is rich in history, dating back to its ancient past as a seaside resort for the Romans.You can learn all about the local area in the Museum of Prehistory and Underwater Archaeology, located in the San Rafeu church. 

In 1799 Napoleon Bonaparte and his forces arrived by ship from Egypt, prior to his coup d'état in Paris, and he also stopped here on his way into exile on the island of Elba.This was also a very fashionable resort for French artists, writers and intellectuals in the 19th century, including Alphonse Karr,Georges Sand, Victor Hugo, Alexandre Dumas, Frédéric Mistral and Guy de Maupassant. A walk around the town will reveal some stunning buildings from the 18th and 19th centuries, one of the most spectacular being the Basilique Notre-Dame de la Victoire- a 'must see' if you are in St Raphael.

Also see: Book My Sightseeing

Things to Do nearby

There are a number (36!) of small beaches in the area, and plenty of walking trails and other activities in the countryside behind the town. San Raphael also lies on the Route de Mimosa- an absolutely superb long-distance walking trail that hugs the coast of South East Provence, visiting several towns along the way. With so many beautiful areas to visit along the coast, why not take advantage and take a boat trip?You could either go to St Tropez or the island of Sainte-Marguerite, or take a short cruise to the spectacular cliffs and sea caves. If you are into golf or tennis then you are in luck as they are a joint club in St Raphael!

Also see: Book My Things To Do

Beaches nearby

With numerous beaches along the St Raphael coast you will not be short of places to sunbathe, swim, snorkel and explore the rockpools and cliffs. The bay of St Raphael and the marine nature reserve of Agay also have a host of dive sites and there are various dive schools you can use as a great way to explore the area further.

Golf-clubs nearby

Situated just north of the town is the Valescure Golf & Tennis Club, with an 18 hole, par 68 course. This is a very short course with narrow fairways, small greens and a number of water hazards. For other Riviera golf courses, see our golfing pages

Also see: Book My Round

Nightlife nearby

Saint Raphael is overwhelmingly a family resort destination, so it's not a wildly exciting place at night.There's the Casino Barrière de St-Raphaël if you fancy a gamble, or the young crowd can be found at La Reserve Club or Coco Club.

Also see: Find My Bar

What to book?

Families & Kids

Residence Promenade des Bains is a family-friendly resort. If you don't want to travel with too much luggage you can book a Baby Kit (suitable for infants aged 0 to 2 years - 15kg max):

  • 1 folding cot (French Standard EN 716) with 1 fitted sheet
  • 1 highchair (for infants aged 6 months and above)

You can also hire the following items:

  • baby bath
  • night light
  • food processor/mixer
  • baby back carrier (mountain)
  • anti-UV tent
  • mosquito net (sea)

Please note: subject to availability and residence.


You’ll need to book your own transfers when staying here. Your main options are shared or private transfers, but consider whether you would prefer a door-to-door service or a (generally cheaper) “communal” drop-off point at your destination.

Also see: Book My Transfers

Cycle Hire

You’ll need to organise your own bike hire when staying here.  Things to consider are the type of bike you want to rent such as road, mountain, hard trail and/or an electric bike; and whether you’ll need helmets and protective clothing with your rental. You’re best off choosing a shop that is close to your accommodation for ease of access, and making it quicker to return the bike and pay at the end. Some companies may also deliver so it’s worth looking at all the options. 

Also see: Book My Cycle Hire


Covered parking is provided subject to availability, extra charge applies.

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  • Star Rating
  • 2 Star
  • Catering Basis
  • Self-catered
  • Property Style
  • Aparthotel / Residence
  • Hotel
  • Vibe / Atmosphere
  • Family-friendly
  • Traditional & Modern mix


  • Families & Kids
  • Children welcome
  • Entertainment
  • Satellite TV
  • WiFi / Internet
  • Creature Comforts
  • Air-conditioning
  • Kitchen / Laundry
  • Cooker / Oven
  • Cookware
  • Dishwasher
  • Fridge
  • Microwave
  • Tea / Coffee Maker
  • Parking
  • Paid Parking
  • Accessibility
  • Pets welcome


  • Catering
  • Breakfast
  • Housekeeping
  • Cleaning on departure
  • Linen provided


  • Open Seasons
  • Spring
  • Summer
  • Autumn
  • Winter
  • Address
  • 109 Avenue des Chevrefeuilles
  • 83700