Dreamy Hotels That Will Take You To The South of France

One-on-one with the blue of the Mediterranean Sea, overlooking the vineyards of the Luberon or blending into the olive trees of Provence, the hotels in the South of France are dream places to escape to all summer long.

Design hotels in the Luberon

Nestled in the heart of a 200-hectare vineyard cultivated entirely in organic farming, Villa La Coste stands out as the popular destination for epicureans who love wine, art and architecture. From the winery signed Jean Nouvel to the art center designed by Tadao Ando, ​​the giant spider by Louise Bourgeois and the mosaic by Pablo Picasso, it is between the forests of oaks and century-old pines that 30 major works are installed in the open air. The 28 suites rely on a refined but terribly attractive decoration.

Design hotel in Provence

Somewhat sleepy in recent years, the most iconic hotel in Nîmes has undergone a facelift at the instigation of the hotel group Maison Albar Hotels. Revisited without being distorted by the architect Marcelo Joulia , L’Imperator retains its exceptional assets. The elevator, the chandelier of yesteryear or the grand staircase remain faithful to the place while the transparency of the bay windows and the choice of contemporary furniture offer a fresh look at this hotel once occupied by Ernest Hemingway, Ava Gardner or Pablo Picasso.

Design hotel on the shores of the Mediterranean

Halfway between Monaco and Roquebrune-Cap-Martin, The Maybourne Riviera brings together high-flying architecture and cutting-edge design with the Mediterranean as a backdrop. Designed by Jean-Michel Wilmotte , the XXL establishment embraces the cliff and defies gravity, so much does it seem to hover above the sea. Infinity pool, balconies with panoramic views and iconic furniture, The Maybourne Riviera embodies a new idea of French luxury.


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