Hotel with spa closed to Les Baux-de-Provence
A space dedicated to rest and relaxation
Hotel Le Saint-Remy is a spa hotel near Les Baux-de-Provence. This 5-star establishment welcomes you in a chic, natural and relaxing setting to offer you an unforgettable stay.
In order to satisfy its guests, the hotel has a restaurant, an outdoor swimming pool and offers many services (activities, visits, etc.). For a relaxing stay, do not hesitate to take advantage of the hotel spa and its many facilities in a cozy, elegant and luxurious setting.
600m² entirely dedicated to well-being will allow you to get a massage or take advantage of other infrastructures such as the sauna, the hammam or the indoor heated infinity pool open all season.
In terms of cocooning, body and facial treatments are made from 100% natural products from the MAISON DU TUI NA brand, massage specialist in Traditional Chinese Medicine.
The nail bar offers varnishes from the Kure-Bazaar brand, which combines ethics and ecology with vibrant fashion colors.
For the more athletic, a fitness room and a yoga room are open from 8h to 21h and will allow you to keep in shape during your stay.
An ideal location closed to Les-Baux-de-Provence
Closed to Les-Baux-de-Provence, discover Saint-Rémy-de-Provence is a small village in the South of France. It is in this village that Hotel Le Saint-Remy is located.
Today the capital of the Alpilles, it was founded 2,500 years ago by the Romans and the Greeks, whose few ancient remains are still visible.
To discover them, a stay in this peaceful village is essential and the hotel Le Saint-Rémy is the ideal base for exploring the region.
It is in the heart of the ancient city of Saint-Rémy-de-Provence that the spa hotel Le Saint-Rémy welcomes you. Thanks to this location, visiting the city becomes more convenient.
In the first days, you will be able to visit the surroundings of the hotel on foot then in the following days, why not get on the electric bikes available to customers to visit the heritage sites of Glanum and the Antiques?
These are the two main monuments which bear witness to the occupation of the Romans and the Greeks and which give all its charm to the Alpilles park.