22 Provence hotels found
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Hotel Le Pigonnet * * * * *
5, Avenue du Pigonnet , 13100 , Aix-en-Provence
Hotel Le Pigonnet is an idyllic, 18th century country house surrounded by glorious gardens just minutes from the city walls of Aix-en-Provence. Set in tranquil gardens with beautiful flowers, age-old trees and stunning fountains it provides a peaceful refuge.
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Hotel Jules Cesar * * * *
9, Boulevard des Lices - BP 40116 , 13631 , Arles
Cooling nooks and cloisters in the heart of Roman Arles. Hôtel Jules César is a former Carmelite convent in glorious gardens, with a renowned restaurant, a delightful swimming pool and dramatic scenery.
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Hotel Le Petit Nice – Passédat * * * * *
17, Rue des Braves , 13007 , Marseille
Hotel Le Petit Nice – Passédat is perched on wave-beaten rocks, at the foot of the hill of Notre Dame de la Garde. Far from the urban tumult, it's nonetheless in the heart of Marseille. The Passedat Family welcomes you to its two Greek villas with their luxurious rooms overlooking the Mediterranean. Gérald Passédat creates a contemporary cuisine with specialties from Marseille.
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La Cabro d'Or & Spa * * * * *
Route d'Arles , 13520 , Les-Baux-de-Provence
La Cabro d’Or, which is part of the Maisons de Baumanière group, opened its doors in 1961 and quickly became a travelers’ favorite. The hotel is divided into two Provençal houses, one with the reception and the restaurant, and the other with the guestrooms. The façades are covered with lush vines, and the grounds are simply spectacular: feel free to wander among the perfectly manicured gardens, cypress trees, and fragrant oleanders.

The rooms are stylishly appointed, comfortable, and spacious. The suites and apartments are on the ground floor with access to a lovely terrace and other floors enjoy gorgeous views. All the rooms have modern bathrooms, flatscreen TVs, and every convenience you’d expect from a world-class hotel. For relaxing, there’s a beautiful pool surrounded by olive trees and other greenery, and a poolside bar offers drinks and snacks.

The restaurant receives rave reviews from guests and the menu definitely profits from the chef's personal vegetable and herb garden. In the summer months breakfast is served outside with tables set to enjoy the surrounding landscape. La Cabro d’Or offers luxurious accommodation, exceptional service in an idyllic and relaxed setting.
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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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Hotel Le Mas de Peint * * * *
Le Sambuc , 13200 , Arles
In the centre of the wild and secret Camargue, this elegant residence is a subtle compromise between the conviviality of a guesthouse and a charming hotel. The cuisine is authentic and the Mas de Peint welcomes an exceptional 1250 acres of horse-riding terrain, at your disposal. Reaching this haven of peace requires a walk along the row of Plane trees and laureate rose bushes between a rice plantation and reeds, which lead to the residence. In the shade, the meshing of thickets and shrubs is a veritable invite to the softness of living.
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Hotel Particulier * * * * *
4, Rue de la Monnaie , 13200 , Arles
Here you will find the last of the Grand Hôtel particuliers built in Arles by a noble family. It is representative of the beautiful residences the Napoleonic nobility had built in Paris and its provinces at the beginning of the XIXth century. Guilaume Meiffren-Laugier became the mayor of Arles in 1824, and had a home built to feature his prominence: the Hôtel de Chartrouse, today known as the Hôtel particulier. In the 1826 Arles Almanach, it is documented that the “baron de Chartrouse has erected an majestic abode that rivals those houses of the Chaussée d'Antin quarter in Paris'.
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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 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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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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