Luxury Hotels in Provence
A luxury stay in Provence
The hotel Le Saint-Rémy is a luxury hotel recently set in the heart of the village of Saint-Rémy de Provence. Housed in a beautiful home dating from the 19th century, each of its rooms and its exteriors were designed to convey comfort, luxury and well-being to its customers.
In a bucolic and Provencal setting, the hotel Le Saint-Rémy offers its guests an authentic and refined stay. The "Gypset" decor will install you in a chic and relaxed atmosphere. Light, soothing colors and natural materials invite to relax yourself.
Guests can also visit the village of Saint-Rémy-de-Provence and discover its tourist monuments, its authentic streets and surrounding vineyards. A renowned village in Provence, Saint-Rémy is a tasty blend of culture, tradition and lifestyle that allows visitors a complete disconnect with their daily lives. You will have a perfect stay in south of France, in our luxury hotel in Provence.
Nature and well-being
The layout of the rooms, their equipment, the organic and natural ingredients used in the kitchen ... The hotel Le Saint-Rémy makes the well-being of its customers a priority.
Colored plant walls have been established to provide a natural corner within the building while on the garden terrace, the tables of the Brasserie Chic have been beautifully appointed so that the guests can have their corner of privacy. Some tables take the form of small covered lounges for a warmer setting. The cuisine served is based on tasty and healthy products: gastronomy meets well-being and beauty.
First Spa "Vegetalement Provence"
Finally, the hotel Le Saint-Rémy has a 600 m² Spa called Vegetalement Provence which offers to its visitors: Jacuzzi, hammam, indoor swimming pool and fitness room. Massages and yoga classes are also available upon reservation. The name of the spa comes from the products used, from the Végétalement Provence brand, internationally renowned in the natural cosmetics industry.
This space will be your best ally at the end of the day after traveling for kilometers across the Alpilles massif.