22 Provence hotels found
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Hotel La Mirande * * * * *
4, Place de l'Amirande , 84000 , Avignon
This period townhouse was built on the remains of a medieval cardinal’s palace, and features superb 18th century interiors with antique furniture and old master paintings. Almost all of the 27 rooms have a romantic view on a quiet cobbled square or the lavish garden with the Popes’ Palace in the background. The interiors are 18th century, Louis XV and XVI: panelled doorways and dado, cornice, chintz wall hangings and curtains, the later silk lined, vintage oak parquet, bathroom with historic block printed wallpaper and Carrara marble floor.

Until 1990 when it was turned into a hotel, it was house to one of the leading families of Avignon, one of whose members was the mayor of the city in the second half of the 19th century and an intimate friend of the emperor Napoleon III.
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Hotel Le Vallon de Valrugues & Spa * * * * *
Chemin Canto Cigalo , 13210 , St Rémy de Provence
A few feet away from Saint Remy de Provence, the Hostellerie du Vallon de Valruges is an expansive and old fashioned country house superbly remodeled in a baroque and Pompeian-style. This Hostellerie, full of charm, spreads its Romanian Villa-wings underneath a radiant sun in the land of Nostradamus... From the large shady terrace, to the winsome dining room, the hotel makes a spectacular show of its beautiful décor to set off a gorgeous meal.
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Le Phébus & Spa * * * * *
Route de Murs , 84220 , Joucas-Gordes
Located between Roussillon and Gordes, Le Phébus & Spa is a dry-stone walled farmhouse where the rooms overlook the tranquil waters of their private swimming pools. It is a jewel of a hotel and the perfect place to take shelter when the mistral is blowing across the prairie of southern France. This is the ideal base to explore the Luberon and then recharge your batteries in the Carita spa. The traditional cuisine breathes new life into ancient Provencal recipes and offers a superb "soupe au pistou", a regional vegetable soup with garlic and basil.
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Le Vieux Castillon * * * *
10, Rue Turion Sabatier , 30210 , Castillon du Gard
Nestled at the peak of a magnificent Provencal village, located on a detour of a paved side street, the Vieux Castillon boasts a renaissance architecture with untold charm. From the terrace, enjoy a panoramic view of the vineyards: the eternal Provence still exists, right before your eyes. You will also enjoy a cuisine which tastes of the sun, bathed in local olive oil, scented with the myriad fragrances of the garrigue and accompanied by a great selection of regional vintage wines. In this house, all of the ingredients for an exceptional moment in a magical setting come together.

Le Vieux Castillon is a truly unique domain. Enjoy musical evenings, sun-drenched cuisine and an exceptional selection of wines from the Rhône valley. Close to Le Vieux Castillon, in less than an hour driving, you will find a lavish variety of landscapes, cultural attractions and events.

Le Vieux Castillon will open on July 2015
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Hostellerie La Magnaneraie * * * *
37, Rue du Camp de Bataille , 30400 , Avignon
Hostellerie La Magnaneraie is set in a fifteenth century country house, formerly inhabited by cardinals and located in a quiet setting outside the historical village of Villeneuve-les-Avignon. The scent of pine trees and colorful landscape, surround this beautiful residence, which you can enjoy, during the summertime, together with the sounds of the Provencal cicadas, from the shady terrace, amidst the Mediterranean garden.
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New Hotel Vieux Port * * *
3, Rue Reine Élisabeth , 13001 , Marseille
The New Hotel Vieux Port, located in the city centre of Marseille, surprises guests with its unique and ethnic style. Each floor of the New Hotel Vieux Port, which owes its name to its fantastic location facing the “Vieux Port” (old port), transports guests to beautiful and exotic faraway lands inciting their imagination with names laden with images and perfume scents. The ethnic themes of each room are diverse, such as “Arabian Nights”, “Black Africa”, “Land of the Rising Sun”, “Veracruz”, and “Pondicherry”.
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Hotel Les Bories & Spa * * * * *
Route de l'Abbaye de Senanque , 84220 , Gordes
Hotel Les Bories, lands of the Provencal shepherds, are charged with 3000 years of legends. The hotel welcomes you on an exceptional estate of twenty acres of olives, cyprus, green oak, lavander and aromatic gardens. As to be found are a putting green, a heliport and a centre for getting into shape
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New Hotel Of Marseille * * * *
71, Boulevard Charles Livon , 13007 , Marseille
Upon entering the hotel, you will discover a little garden with aromatic herbs, tomatoes and courgettes. You will be welcomed into a relaxing atmosphere. Corridors are lit tastefully by yellow, red or blue lamps, and on the walls there are colorful pictures and sculptures of Marseilles' artists. Originality is everywhere. Rooms are charmingly decorated with furniture and dark hardwood floors, some featuring light touches of color. They are just like the hotel: sober and elegant. For the view you can choose either the charm of the Old Harbor, or a view of Notre-Dame-de-la Garde.
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Mas de la Fouque Hotel & Spa * * * *
Route Départementale 38 , 13460 , Saintes-Maries-de-la-Mer
The Hotel Mas de la Fouque is situated in the Camargue region, in the heart of Provence. Just a few minutes from the Mediterranean Sea with its wide sandy beaches, the Provence hotel is located in the small charming town Les Saintes-Maries-de-la-mer, the capital of the Camargue region.
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Oustau de Baumanière * * * * *
Chemin Départemental 27 , 13520 , Les Baux-de-Provence
The residences of the Baumanière Domain are strung along at the foot of the Baux Village, interspersed with foot paths where the wanderer will discover, step by step, a unique landscape. Amid the flowers and fragrances, this old 16th century residence houses antique furnaces and a restaurant. A paradise for the senses. Jean André Charial reinvented this locale; he magnified it, cultivated it, enriched it, and transporting it into another marvelous dimension, he also carefully added original spaces.
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