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.
Set on the first floor with a view of the park, this Junior suite has elegant limed walls, silk curtains and 18th-century style walnut furniture throughout. There's a king-size bed, small living space and ensuite bathroom decorated with white Salernes earthenware. This suite also comes with a flatscreen TV, minibar and bergamot-scented bath products.
Garden Junior Suite
This Junior Suite in the Beguine convent enjoys a semi-private garden overlooking vines, the vegetable garden and the Candelon Mountain. Decorated in calming neutral tones with wooden furniture and garnet fabrics. In the bedroom, there's a four-poster queen-size bed while in the light and airy bathroom you'll find a bath tub and shower. There's also a flatscreen TV, minibar and bergamot-scented bath products. This suite is also suitable for disabled guests.
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.
Set in the Beguine convent, this expansive Garden Suite has a private, furnished winter garden filled with wisteria. Inside, the suite is peppered with antique furniture and objects to pique your curiosity. Split over two levels, on the upper floor you'll find the bedroom, where a queen-size bed stands afoot of an Arabesque-painted head board. On the lower ground floor, the seductive living room has screens of dark wood and shades of green that harmonise with the bathroom.