This hotel and its 5* villas were designed on the grounds of Château La Coste, a 200-hectare winegrowing estate and a showcase of art and architecture.
Access to the hotel is made via a clay court with a view of the vineyards and a majestic nature. Between the trees, you can see the large suites or rather the low walls that structure the valley where the villas nestle discreetly.
The path becomes a small street shaded by a green arbour sculpted between the stone and the climbing vegetation. Paved with Durance pebbles, it distributes the rooms on either side, becomes an open-air exhibition gallery while leading to the heart of the project, the hotel’s entrance located on a high square.
The new arrivals cross a patio, a “priest’s garden” with a thousand flowers, sheltered from the Mistral, sunny and very intimate. The reception hall is connected to the lower square by a low square. A large porch protects from the heat of the sun and the rain. Lounges and a large outdoor terrace above the vineyards announce the restaurant, the pool and the spa.