Need to know
10.30am. Check-in is between 3.30pm and 7pm (it is closed between 12noon and 3.30pm), so guests need to let the hotel know when they plan to arrive. Guests can use the pool and facilities after check-out; it may be possible to arrange early check-in.
Double rooms from $299.62 (€268), excluding tax at 10 per cent. Please note the hotel charges an additional government tax of €0.80 per person per night on check-out.
Rates include buffet breakfast.
At the hotel
Extensive grounds, including vineyard, orchard, olive orchard and truffle forest; pool house with lounge and summer kitchen with a communal fridge; free WiFi throughout; boules pitch; Blu-ray library. In rooms: flatscreen TV, preloaded iPod and iPod dock, free bottled water and Rituals bath products.
Our favourite rooms
For the best view, it has to be Chambre Ventoux, which – on a clear day – showcases the mighty sight of Mont Ventoux from its terrace. The terrace also offers optimum temperature control: it gets sun in the morning and shade when things get a little sticky in the afternoon. Indoors, the split-level suite has a living and work area downstairs, a bedroom on the mezzanine, stone walls, a black linen sofa and a kitchenette. If you like your decor a little quirky, go for Chambre Luberon, which has a huge leather headboard, 19th-century armchairs and furnishings made from reclaimed wood. There's also a two-bed self-catering cottage set in rose- and lavender scented gardens that's feels like its own private mas.
There is a lengthy heated pool in the gorgeous grounds, flanked on one side by sunloungers and parasols, and surrounded by olive trees and rose bushes. There’s also a shade-providing canopy.
Bring a spare case to load up on the domaine’s organic Côte du Luberon reds and rosés. Don't forget your swimwear.
In-room treatments and massages can be arranged courtesy of the nearby Lotus Institut.
Under-16s are not allowed – this is a hotel for grown-ups.