Located on the second floor of the Priory, this airy mansard room has fantastic views over the terrace and gardens. Decked out in green and cream, the room has a king-size sculpted bed, walnut furniture and an ensuite bathroom with white Salernes earthenware and a bath tub. Béatrice de Villeneuve rooms enjoy a view of the tree-lined terrace, declined in cream and almond green; they also have an ensuite bathroom with a combined shower and bath tub. These rooms can fit a baby's cot (on request).
All four Superior rooms have a flatscreen TV, minibar and bergamot-scented bath products (made specially for the hotel by the Different Company). Each is individually decorated in elegant Provence style. Set under the mansard roof, Cécile d'Evenos has a fresh, bright colour scheme, abstract art on the walls and an ensuite with a bath tub and twin sinks. The second-floor Sancie de Signes room has a king-size bed with a panelled oak bed-head and a freestanding bath tub in the ensuite. Angélique de Champigny has a small sitting room, semi-private garden and an impressive carved bed made especially for General de Gaulle. Etiennette de Sault has a four-poster bed, private garden and sunbeds and an ensuite with a combined shower and bath tub. These rooms can fit a baby cot.
The three Junior Suites are spacious and uniquely styled. Each room has a flatscreen TV, minibar and bergamot-scented bath products (made specially for the hotel by the Different Company). The Garcende de Sabran suite has retained its imposing fireplace. Duplex suite Appoline Waguelone has a raspberry and cream colour scheme, with a semi-private garden and a king-size bed and ensuite on the upper level. With teak furniture, an aqua-green-hued bedroom and a private garden, Eliette Bourasu is a relaxing space with a bath tub in the ensuite. These suites can fit a baby cot.
The hotel has two suites, which are both decorated in decadent French style and have plenty of space. The decoration plays with a soft pallet of parma and the brown tones of the walnut furniture. This suite is both chic and authentic. Lucrece de Barras is a first-floor suite in the Priory (the main building) named after an aristocratic nun: General De Gaulle stayed here three times and even wrote part of his memoirs in this suite. The king-size bed has a gold-leaf canopy and cream curtains to give a regal feel. Other features include the beamed ceiling, Dutch desk and Yves Nioret's paintings. The ensuite bathroom has a bath tub. This suite can connect with Garcende de Sabran next door, making the ideal set-up for families. Perpétue de la Celle is in the annexe and has enough space to sleep a family; there’s space for two kids to sleep in the downstairs living area and there’s a semi-private garden. These suites can fit a baby cot.