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Top 10 Du Cote des Olivades Hotels

Top 10 Du Cote des Olivades Hotels

1




4.5/5
Excellent
10 Reviews
1 chemin de l'ancienne Voie Ferrée, Paradou, Provence-Alpes-Cote d'Azur, France
29.6km from Avignon Airport
29.6km from Aéroport d'Avignon - Caumont
34.0km from Gare d'Avignon TGV
"Apparently the Hotel B Design & Spa Hotel is also with the Du Cote Des Olivades. You have breakfast at the central reception area and can use the pool there which is for the Du Cote property. The pool at the Hotel B is only for guests staying there. It is odd that they have two names. To me, they could have one name and have the Hotel B rooms cost more as they are nicer than the other property (so I was told). Nonetheless, it was a very fancy room. My minor complain is that one never received replacement waters. For the cost of a bottle of basic water, I would think it could be replaced each day. Overall, the room was nice. Turning lights off was a little challenging and controlling the temperature of the room is always a challenge at most hotels. It was fine once you find the sweet spot setting. Would I stay here again? Probably. It was for mostly older couples looking for a high class hotel in a quiet area. Breakfast was good. Nothing spectacular but it worked for me. Enjoy!"
"We were upgraded to a junior suite for our two-night stay, and thoroughly enjoyed it. Excellent bathroom, ample space, fantastic bedding. Great location for day trips to Arles, Nimes, Les Baux, and St. Remy. Paradou itself is a cute town, as well. We would happily return and stay longer."
"Stay on 26/06/2019. Very good service & facilities in Provence. One of the best I experienced. Rooms condition excellent (suite), 2 very nice pools. High quality breakfast. Unfortunately I didn’t try the gastronomic restaurant. "
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2




4.5/5
Excellent
10 Reviews
D27, Mas de Baumanière, Les Baux-de-Provence, Provence-Alpes-Cote d'Azur, France
30.1km from Avignon Airport
30.1km from Aéroport d'Avignon - Caumont
33.6km from Gare d'Avignon TGV
"BAUMANIERE is the legend of the Alpilles outstandingly located down of le Val d'Enfer and the medieval village of Les Baux. It's hard to imagine a better location to feel the heartbeats of Provence. Many celebrities and royalties have picked this ultra exclusive address for a relaxing escape and lastly the former US president Obama and his family. It's not very surprising considering how charming is this hotel divided in five beautiful houses (Carita and Flora which are two lovely Provence style mas; le Manoir and l'Oustau, two fantastic manors from the XVIII century and an other mas from the XVII century, Le Guigou you can fully privatize. All spreaded in huge gardens of 20ha). So, the choice will be not easy between these five living spaces housing a wonderful selection of rooms and suites, all divinely comfortable and perfectly designed by the wife of the owner, Mrs Genevieve Charial. If you prefer the contemporary touch, choose one of the accomodations at Mas Carita. We had a fabulous suite during our stay and we immediately feel like at home. Plenty of sofas where to lay down,  a "hard to leave" bed, two magnificent bathrooms with an attached dressing room and a charming private terrace... cannot expect a better accommodation and more especially considering how beautifully decorated this suite is. It's warm and bright with a perfect colors scheme, with modern Provence style touches and the real goal of the designer to make it as cozy and homely as possible. We truly enjoyed every minute spent in this suite and it was so calm we slept so well and deep. Simply stunning. For those who prefer a more authentic option, choose a room at Le Manoir or l'Oustau but I hardly recommend these rooms and suites at Mas Carita which are impeccable or splash yourself in the Prestige Suite at Le Manoir which is so gorgeous and the ultimate reference in term of design and the latest essence of Baumaniere. We're planning to choose this one next time because Le Manoir is just an irresistible house and we want to experience the best of this hotel. In the bathrooms, there is a soap made with olive oil and fig which smells so great... too bad this is not the same smell for the whole selection of bath amenities in little plastic bottles which are not special enough. Same issue for teas and coffees... Mariage Freres would be better (and easy because for breakfast teas are from this brand...) and Nespresso or Illy far more exclusive than this unknown and not really nice boncafe brand... Talking about breakfast, it could be a little better, especially buffet breakfast at La Cabro d'Or. During this covid situation, it's more complicated to make everything as beautiful as usual but we felt a bit like in a gourmet cantine than in a 5 stars Relais&Châteaux with a 3 stars Michelin chef. Breakfast was classic with standard products and fruit salad wasn't nice. This is something with room to improve because this is very important and the best meal of the day for many. "
"We stayed for one night , traveling from Switzerland to Spain and immediately after decided to come back on our way back. If you would like a perfect relaxation, amazing food, fantastic location and wonderful hospitality , you should definitely visit this place. It’s dog friendly ( which was important for us. We were with a small puppy and he became friends with small goats at the farm! The room had everything we needed and of very high quality! The territory is everything you need not to go anywhere and just relax and enjoy, but you can also go to fantastic village near by and have an amazing hike. We highly recommend this place! Thank you so much to everyone who made our visit a pure delight!"
"This summer's reviews are of hotels in the era of Covid. Two stand out as having been able to manage the challenge of luxury in a period of uncertainty where having staff and guests roam around you may cause unease; Baumaniere is one of them. With the beautiful rooms and suites in the old Cabro d'Or part of the hotel, and a wonderful dinner at the Cabro, all handled with discrete distancing so that one did not feel one was in a public area. Altogether wonderful and elegant; attentive but not in your face service. Much to be recommended is also the lunch basked at the pool restaurant. Last, this is a great stop on the road between many places and the hotel is wonderful if you are traveling with pets."
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3




4.5/5
Excellent
10 Reviews
13520 Les Baux-de-Provence, Les Baux-de-Provence, Provence-Alpes-Cote d'Azur, France
29.9km from Avignon Airport
29.9km from Aéroport d'Avignon - Caumont
34.5km from Gare d'Avignon TGV
"In order to do the Domaine justice, I am going to start with the beauty of the place and its setting, then its amenities and services, and then finish with the best part of the stay - the professionalism and friendliness of the staff. My assessment is that this is quite simply a must-visit location: The Domaine impresses at multiple levels from the moment you arrive. For example, once you park, there is a beautiful large space in front of the entrance. Grass and trees welcome you. Those, like us, who came in search of space and a place to breathe will find it here. The Domaine literally sits on a golf course and there are kilometres of paths to walk. This includes a very manageable (we even did it with a pushchair) 30-40 minute walk into Les Baux. You would be nuts to come to this Domaine and not take advantage of the grounds. The Domaine itself is beautifully built and decorated. Again, there is emphasis on space. The courtyard inside is large, leafy, meticulously clean and an excellent space to share with other visitors keen to enjoy a drink outside the bar or simply to relax in front of the fountain. There is also a large swimming pool. We didn't use it as we came out of season and so it was not open. However, we saw staff tending to it every day and it is doubtlessly a major plus point in the summer. Breakfast is in a stunning glass conservatory that lets in glorious morning sunshine and reminds you of the lovely countryside awaiting you. The buffet consists of a wide variety of food for all diets and preferences. The attention to detail is excellent. Discreet members of staff show you to your table, provide you with a hot drink of choice, point out children trays and glasses so that the little ones can also enjoy their meal, provide high chairs for babies, etc. You feel that you are starting the day in the best possible way. While we were there, there were a number of food options for lunch and dinner including a Bistrot, a more formal restaurant, and a more informal bar area. All three share excellent service. Although I am not a 'foodie' the kitchen is extremely competent - the meals were delicious. The Domaine has a number of other amenities that make it much more than just a place to sleep. In no particular order: there is a small (but sufficient) spa that consists of an indoor pool (not really for exercise but very tastefully lit and with some sort of air hydrator (bubbles) for those who like that sort of thing), jacuzzi, sauna (good size), hammam (I didnt use), treatment rooms, showers, and refined changing rooms (think London gentleman's club). There is a gym (clean and well equipped although a little small), a small cinema (we didn't use it), and a reading room (great place for family board games). Of course, right next to the Domaine is the golf course entrance for those who want to play. You find the same combination of class, cleanliness and space in the bedrooms. We were in a junior suite and there was ample room "
"We loved every minute at this hotel. Our room- a jr suite- was lovely, spacious. The pool was really peaceful and nice. The breakfast was delicious. The golf was very good- I did have a broken cart wheel and though reported it and got the same cart again the next day. The spa treatments I had were great. Thank you to Cleo. Louis Pierre, the Concierge, was super helpful and responsive to all of our questions. Very professional. All of the staff were so friendly. The only thing that needs to be improved is housekeeping. It was very good but inconsistent. I would stay here again in a minute. And I am picky."
"Excellent hotel in an excellent location. We've spent two nights here and the overall result has been magnificent despite two minor critical opinions. The location is superb, close to Le Baux, a gorgeus village in the Provence area. Quick check-in. The room is fantastic. Spacious, with a very comfortable bed, a stunning shower, a complimentary mini-bar, filled with soft drinks, water, chocolates, etc... We couldn't visit the SPA due to our tight schedule but all the other common areas were really good, especially the bar where we spent some time, enjoying some drinks there. What was somehow disappointing for a luxury hotel such as this was the breakfast (too simple) and the Bistro. We had one dinner there and the whole area is too small, with tiny tables and a menu with few options and extremely expensive, taking into account there's another gastronomic restaurant in the venue (Apiho), with very high prices. Apart from this, it's been a fantastic experience."
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4




4.4/5
Excellent
10 Reviews
Vallon De L'arcoule, Les Baux-de-Provence, Provence-Alpes-Cote d'Azur, France
31.7km from Avignon Airport
31.7km from Aéroport d'Avignon - Caumont
32.8km from Gare d'Avignon TGV
"Benvengudo impresses as soon as you arrive through the private driveway flanked with olive trees. The hotel truly felt like a traditional yet modern home-from-home, with all the luxury trimmings one could wish for during a weekend break. This was my first time in Provence, and Benvengudo was a delightful base from which to explore the heart of the region such as Arles, Les Baux-des-Provence and the surrounding villages and countryside. The hotel is breathtaking in its remote setting amongst the foothills of Les Alpilles. During my stay your team were extremely kind and accommodating with my interest in the hotel and region. The venue included a sparkling swimming pool, a fantastic variety of breakfast and an elegant restaurant for fine dining. I stayed in the Jardin Côté Room in one of the hotel’s three cottages. The room was fresh and modern with luminous white walls, bespoke antique furnishings and local artist Yves Boussin artworks' add a splash of colour. The room gives way to an airy, private balcony that overlooks the gardens. For the evening meal, Chef Thomas Voisin's Michelin starred experience is mirrored in the exquisite dishes prepared from locally sourced produce, including aromatic herbs from the vegetable garden. Olive oil and wine is sourced from 'zero kilometre' local plantations. This place is truly a haven of peace complete with luxe modernity - I am excited to return with guests for another Provençal inspired adventure."
"We stayed here for a week with my parents, both of who are disabled (mobility and sight). This hotel was perfect in every way! The rooms were large and beautiful with a generous supply of free bottled water and kept spotlessly clean by friendly and polite chamber maids. The food was excellent (we were half board) with a wonderful combination of flavours, attention to detail and presentation, and great quality. However it was the hotel staff who absolutely made the holiday go so smoothly as they all could not have been more helpful and everyone tried as hard as they could to make our stay as good as possible. All the staff were friendly and went the extra mile. They also coped admirably with our quite appalling French. Comments have been made about traffic noise from the road and this is initially audible but not intrusive, and we became adjusted to it very quickly. It did not disturb my sun bathing around the pool and I was especially pleased to hear recording of bird song rather than the quite awful piped music that is so often played. This is a great hotel that is made truly excellent by its staff"
"We stayed at the Benvengudo for one night whilst visiting the area. The hotel is 4 star but it is at the luxurious end of the category. Situated in the midst of a lovely garden, it has heaps of Provençal charm. The communal areas are light and spacious as are the bedrooms. Beds are super comfortable. We dined on the outdoor terrace which is wonderfully relaxing and the food was excellent: mid way between home cooking and gourmet with a strong accent on citrus so mercifully light and tasty. The staff is friendly and not overly formal and we were especially impressed with the manager Jessica, who seemed to appear out of nowhere at all times to make sure that guests were happy and well looked after. Definitely a place we would recommend"
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5




4.5/5
Excellent
5 Reviews
16 Boulevard Victor Hugo, Saint-Remy-de-Provence, Provence-Alpes-Cote d'Azur, France
19.5km from Avignon Airport
19.5km from Aéroport d'Avignon - Caumont
20.2km from Avignon City Center Railway Station
"This hotel was everything we dreamed about and more for staying in Provence for the first time. From the moment you park your car, it's service, service, service. They rushed our bags, parked out car, and you walk in to a stunning and lush greenery filled dual staircase the fills the air was a beautiful, floral smell. After a smooth check-in we were brought to our exceptional room - WOW. Spacious, modern and beautiful. Fantastic linens, big room, huge closet, nice view of town, and the bathroom - OMG. Dyson dryer, big modern tub, rain shower - just LUXURY at every inch of it. Fantastic offering for the value. The outdoor area looked stunning and pool - wish we'd come when it was warmer. I did sit outside at one point under a sycamore tree and enjoy the afternoon. It's just beautiful. Location - perfection! Walking distance to all the sites. Also, after seeing Avignon, Arles, Baux THIS is the place to stay. Each of those locations are fun to visit but St. Remy is the all star. It has cute shops, spectacular restaurants and is conveniently located to all the vineyards and sites. The bar has some of the best cocktails we had all trip - Get the French 75, phenomenal!"
"We just spent 3 nights at Le St Remy (and I wish we had stayed longer). You cannot beat the location on the main road with parking available in the courtyard. Our room (in the main building) overlooking the inner courtyard was very large and well designed with high quality finishes and linens/bedding. The heated pool was an extra bonus and a great way to finish a hot day after the walk to Glanum and the Van Gogh trail. Breakfast was just okay and if included in your room price then go for it, but not worth 23 Euros/person. I would pass and visit any one of the many places outside the front door for a coffee and croissant. The faucets in the shower and sink are very confusing and we never quite figured them out (hot? cold? on? off) even after three days. The inventor of those fixtures and the designer who recommended them should be punished ;-). Book it and enjoy!"
"For a hotel in town in a beautiful part of Provence, it doesn't get much better! Everything about this hotel was superb! The patio and outdoor dining areas were serene and beautifully landscaped. Rooms are in a new building, of good size, nicely decorated with a large, up to date and well designed bathrooms. Of exceptional note was the staff, friendly, helpful and professional. Good value for a hotel of this quality in such a lovely place."
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6




4.2/5
Very Good
10 Reviews
118 Avenue Frederic Mistral, Fontvieille, Provence-Alpes-Cote d'Azur, France
34.2km from Garons Airport
27.7km from Gare d'Avignon TGV
30.9km from Avignon City Center Railway Station
"When asking our kids where to go on summer holidays they immediately mentioned ... Villa Regalido. Vila Regalido was top of mind for our children for several reasons ! The room where we stayed is superb, nicely decorated and we had everything we needed. The swimming pool is small but beautiful. In the very beginning the younger guests might be a bit disappointed about the seize of the pool but our kids love it. Breakfast on the most elegant and stylish terras is a breath of fresh to start the day. The food is great, juices are very good. You can park your car and the staff takes care of it. Even our bikes received a special and secure place inside the hotel. Let talk about the staff. The Staff (with a capital letter) is awesome ! The director is the most friendly hotelmanager we've ever met. The gardener is a hard working, smiling men who helps you further even it might be not his 'department'. The check-in, reception, breakfast, ... staff are all 'natural' friendly. So when looking for an very nice hotel for a couple of days in the middle of the Provence, do not hesitate to book Villa Regalido, You'll love it."
"Our recent trip to Provence included self-guided tours through Arles, perhaps the best way to walk through Roman architecture that survives and remains in use (including an amphitheater, although no Christians were consumed during our visit - as far as I could tell). The gold standard for us is a cozy welcoming villa that makes it hard to leave the premises. From fine dining on the patio, to sipping wine poolside lost in a book, to the easy professionalism of the staff - Villa Regalido exceeded our expectations all around. Lionel deserves special mention, as an exceptional host who charms you with bon mots such as “I’m the director here, I believe I can make this happen!” Upgrade to the Romarin room for a special treat - a private balcony that provides views I tried to capture in these photos, but could not do justice. When we return to Provence, we will ensure Regalido is a waypoint for us - a villa that can be a destination as much as a home base."
"We just had five wonderful days in Provence staying at Villa Regalido in Fontvieille. What a wonderful place! The staff is warm, caring, fun and charming. If I lived near Fontvieille, I would want them as my best friends. There is no pretense here. Friendly joyous And a real France. Delphine et Olivier, the best! The breakfasts so good, and the lamb dinner superb. Our room, way up above the beautiful tile roofs of Fontvieille, was a bit of heaven, Quiet, gorgeous with views to Les Baux and Le Moulin de Daudet. My heart, I think I left it in Fontvieille at Regalido."
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7




4.5/5
Excellent
10 Reviews
1 Chemin de L'ancienne Voie Ferrée, Paradou, Provence-Alpes-Cote d'Azur, France
30.0km from Avignon Airport
30.0km from Aéroport d'Avignon - Caumont
34.0km from Gare d'Avignon TGV
"We have stayed several times at the B design part of this hotel but this was the first time we have stayed in the olivades part. This is more of a traditional hotel room than the more minimalistic b design. It was nicely presented and spotlessly clean. Great swimming pool. A good choice of both hot and cold food for breakfast and the kitchen area has been smartly redesigned since last year. We had one excellent meal in the hotels Nancy Bourginion restaurant and the hotel is in a good position to sample the excellent culinary experiences available in nearby Paradou and Maussane-les-Alpilles. These included our previously discovered favourites of La Fleur de thym, Le Bistrot du Paradou andL’Oustaloun as well as newly discovered gems of Bec restaurant and Maison Drouot. Great to visit neighbouring towns of Les Baux and Saint Remy slightly further places such as Nîmes, Pont du Gard and Gordes."
"I was there out of season, and then my room for a single person cost me over 162 dollars! And the room was not big, just an average size. It does have all the comforts, a nice bathroom, great towels, nice products, hair dryer etc,,, and a lovely terrace. It was chilly so I didn't take advantage of the pool area, but I did try the spa and although the lady who did the epilation was excellent, my aromassage was average... the food is superb, but very expensive. I ate at their restaurant and had a sublime leek dish with a tarragon butter sauce which was very lovely, (I was not crazy about the thinly sliced, raw pieces of radish however) and my turbot was excellent. Ms. Bourgignon is very attentive to her diners and all the hotel guests. And although I loved the food, I wish the appetizer had a few more pieces of leeks (for 18 Euros a few small pieces didn't really do it for me), although the main dish of turbot, was a nice big thick piece, and the broccoli puree it came with was very tasty. I would come back here. The place is serene and quiet and lovely."
"We stayed there for four nights. The staff was very welcoming and did everything to feel comfortable. We were with a person on a wheelchair and they have a room for disabled people which helped us a lot. The breakfast buffet was nice. The rooms are very cosy. Nice place to stay in off season. We also had a massage which was really nice. They use very nice cosmetics. "
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8




4.4/5
Excellent
10 Reviews
Les Arcoules, Les Baux-de-Provence, Provence-Alpes-Cote d'Azur, France
31.2km from Avignon Airport
31.2km from Aéroport d'Avignon - Caumont
32.3km from Gare d'Avignon TGV
"We had a wonderful stay at your hotel which we thought was excellent in every regard. The hotel staff was extremely helpful and always very friendly. The young lady (with long blonde hair) at the front desk was a huge help to us with great answers to our many questions about the area. Also, thank you so much for tolerating our relatively poor French language skills; we hope to improve those skills by the next time we visit!"
"We stayed here before attending the Carriers de Lumiere exhibition. This is a most charming hotel set amidst a beautiful Olive grove. The staff were most helpful and the accommodations large and quite delightful. The lunch was absolutely scrumptious! We only wish we could have spent a few days in this beautiful location."
"Staff are so friendly and helpful. Very focused on providing the ultimate in customer service. They really could not do enough to ensure our stay was enjoyable. We would recommend this hotel to anyone who are planning to visit les baux de provence and overnoght for the show at Carriers du Lumieres - 5 minutes away by car."
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9




4.2/5
Very Good
10 Reviews
Chemin Canto Cigalo, Saint-Remy-de-Provence, Provence-Alpes-Cote d'Azur, France
19.5km from Avignon Airport
19.5km from Aéroport d'Avignon - Caumont
20.9km from Avignon City Center Railway Station
"This is the perfect inn and spa. They are happy to do anything for you. On our way in by car, we were routed (by Google Maps) over a street that was closed for repair. We tried rerouting, but wound up frustrated and finally called the inn. Not only were they helpful but actually stayed on the phone as they directed me to turn and look for signs. Perfect. They shuttled us the 1/2 mile to town when we did not want to walk in the dark. They brought extra pillows, dinner and constant service to the room. Beautiful grounds, pool, patios, terraces. Spring for a room with a terrace - so lovely. 5 star everything. "
"We had a most wonderful vacation at this hotel. All the staff were extremely helpful, friendly and professional. All meals were outstanding and beautifully presented and eating outside when the weather permitted added to the overall enjoyment of the experience. The outside pool area is very welcoming and well looked after. This hotel is ideally placed for exploring St Remy and is a wonderful and relaxing place to return to after exploring the town and surrounding area. We look forward to returning!"
"The hotel is nicely appointed with a very friendly and helpful staff. Rooms are very nice but not large. Parking is easy and it is a pleasant 10 minute walk to St Remy. Access to Avignon, Les Baux-de-Provence and other areas of interest is easy. The restaurant is excellent. All in all, a perfect headquarters to explore Provence."
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10




4.1/5
Very Good
10 Reviews
Route De Tarascon, Saint-Remy-de-Provence, Provence-Alpes-Cote d'Azur, France
21.7km from Avignon Airport
21.4km from Gare d'Avignon TGV
21.7km from Aéroport d'Avignon - Caumont
"Chateau de Roussan is basically the french dream one has always in mind. I will always remember when we drove through the beautiful trees of the entrance to find the magnificent house. The place is incredible, a gem. The mansion is inside really well preserved, and offers rooms beautifully decorated to the guests, special mention to the library and the beautiful shelves with antique fans and objects, is really like living in a museum. The staff, reception and breakfast, were lovely and helpful but leaving you alone to enjoy the place, which I really appreciated, you almost feel like you are really living there. Also a special mention to the room, specially made for people with walking difficulties, which was heavenly for me as I was using crutches at the moment. The bathroom was unbelievable and the toiletries offered, olive oil based made in Provence, were so good I considered to buy more. The gardens are also a dream including a orangerie, a river and flowers. As you can see, I can't recommend this place enough, was really hard to leave. Congratulations to the staff and the owners, I wouldn't improve a single thing."
"Gorgeous property. Very large rooms with old fashioned decor. Clean and renovated bathrooms. But why be in your room when the grounds are so beautiful? Very quiet, Seems like you are the only guests. Several areas to relax and explore outdoors including a greenhouse and koi pond. Huge maple (?) trees all over the property including a row of them on both side of the long driveway. Only ate in the restaurant once. Very limited menu and nothing special. Much better to just get some wine and cheese from the town and just sit outdoors and dine. The only suggestion I have would be to arrive in the daytime. Our rental car's navigation system spoke French - we do not. The chateau is hard to find in the dark. Staff is professional and pleasant. Very happy we chose to stay in St. Remy vs. Arles. It is much smaller, cleaner and less crowded."
"A beautiful family castle in Provence with amazing old rooms, perfect to travel with family or couple. There was not a swimming pool but a charming "bassin" wich was perfect for refreshing. The gardens are amazing and the greenhouse too. We went to the restaurant for 1 night with jazz music and it was perfect. Bad point : the breakfast can be very long and slow... as there is not enough staff but the taste was great."
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