Need to know
46, including six suites.
12pm but flexible, subject to availability and half a day’s room charge, until 6pm. Earliest check-in, 3pm.
Double rooms from $213.63 (€195), excluding tax at 10 per cent. Please note the hotel charges an additional room tax of 2% per room per night on check-out.
Rates exclude breakfast (€31 a person, or €41 a person for in-room breakfast).
The spa is open by appointment from 10am–8pm. Treatments are deservedly popular, so remember to book.
From 2 January to 9 February 2017.
At the hotel
Spa with sauna and hammam, gym, wine cellar, pétanque pitch, tennis court, former church used for exhibitions and events, pool table, DVD/CD library, free WiFi throughout. In rooms: flatscreen TV, DVD/hi-fi, minibar and L'Occitane toiletries.
Our favourite rooms
If you like the sound of space, white walls and calming pastels, book one of the mid-range Restanque-Deluxe rooms. If you have friends or family in tow, opt for the hotel’s biggest suite, La Maison de Mane, which can be arranged as a two-bedroom apartment. Newlyweds may want to follow the oak steps that spiral up to the honeymoon suite (in the Suite category), La Cassine, tucked away behind a small wooden door in the oldest part of the building. Walls are whitewashed, with regal purple furnishings adding pools of colour; the bedroom has a vaulted ceiling and overlooks the gardens.
There is an outdoor pool and an indoor pool to dip into.
Leave room in your suitcase to fill with goodies from the hotel’s L’Occitane boutique, where their exclusive Le Couvent des Minimes range is sold.
The hotel has two wheelchair-accessible rooms. Smokers can light up on the outside terraces.
Pooches that notch up 5kg or less on the scales are welcome for €35 a night. See more pet-friendly hotels in Provence.
<i>Les petits</i> are welcome, with cots (free) and extra beds (€50) for under-12s available in deluxe rooms and above. There's a kids menu, and babysitting can be booked in advance (€15 an hour). Guests must be 16 to use the spa.