Ratings based on 17 Verified Reviews
They paid and stayed. We double-checked.
4.4 Room cleanliness
4.4 Service & staff
4.2 Room comfort
4.2 Hotel condition
They paid and stayed.
for Everyoneby Becky from Santa Barbara
Incredible Oasis in the Middle of ProvencePosted Jun 2, 2014
Pros: The tranquil setting, the exquisite decor and ambience and staff.
Cons: Mapping it! Better direction to find it!
Location: Lourmarin is a 10 mounted drive with beautiful shops and restaurants.
I thought this place was in the town of Bonneiux and I actually got lost trying to find it. I'm very grateful I kept driving and found the large sign beside D493 road. Map quest it first!!! Anyway, it is the most beautiful, authentic and friendly place I have stayed so far in Provence! The gorgeous restored farmhouse beside a stream is breath-taking! It's about as perfect as it gets!!! The staff could speak English which is very helpful for me. The chef was outstanding and prepared all the meals if you don't want to leave! Love this place and I will definitely come back and bring friends!!! Awesome!!!
for Couplesby A verified traveler
nice get a-way a bit out of townPosted Jun 1, 2013 on Hotels.com
Beautiful spot, tranquil. Amira was wonderful.
Recommendedby Nick and Elaine
Convenient access to Luberon; ample parkingPosted Sep 26, 2012 on Hotels.com
Of the 3 hotels we stayed at in Provence, this was our favorite. Courteous, helpful staff, an excellent restaurant, and beautiful country setting. We stayed in one of the chalets, small cabins that face the woods and a peaceful stream. Quiet and relaxing. Good access to Apt, Bonnieux, Goult (fantastic), The staff couldn't have been more pleasant. We certainly would stay there again.
for Everyoneby Ben from London, UK
Great place for a romantic weekend.Posted Jul 30, 2012
Loved everything about this hotel. Not too 'posh' in terms of having all the trimmings but if it did then perhaps it wouldn't be half the place that it is. Beautiful location hidden from the world; a river running through the grounds with four-poster beds on the banks; gorgeous food and wonderful service. All round one of the most charming places I've ever stayed. Highly recommended.
Recommendedby A verified traveler
Posted Jun 25, 2012 on Hotels.com
This 3 star hotel was excellent - the staff very helpful. The rooms had character, however very comfortable. Not a city hotel - the country location was spectacular
Rustic especially in the 'Chalets'Posted Jun 10, 2012 on Hotels.com
This is not an ideal location to do day trips around Provence. Beautiful surroundings though.
for Everyoneby Cameron from Australia
Serene, idyllic, perfectPosted Jun 5, 2012
An incredibly beautiful place to stay! Staff were wonderful, the room was large and comfortable, the setting was idyllic. In short, it was perfect. I would recommend the restaurant, particularly the pigeon (I'll never look at pigeons the same ever again). This was the highlight of our trip to provence. Thank you
for Couplesby Patricia from Dubbo NSW 2830, Australia
The babbling brookPosted May 27, 2012
Pros: The babbling brook
Cons: No fridge
Location: Immersed in a natural environment
This is the most beautiful spot right on the babbling brook in the heart of the national parc of luberon. The little cottages were quaint but our stay was impacted by two minor issues. 1. There was no fridge in the room. 2. The wi if was intermittent at best which left us spending too much time trying to get it to work. The restaraunt was lovely albeit a bit expensive to eat at every night. Each morning we took a fabulous walk up to the top of the escarpment which provided a great view and appreciation of the natural surroundings adjacent to the auberge. A really picturesque spot to stay and only a few km from Bonnieux and Apt.
Recommendedby A verified traveler from Seattle, Wa
Wish we could have stayed longerPosted Oct 4, 2011 on Hotels.com
We were only able to stay here one night at the end of a long driving day, but it was a nice/typical French boutique hotel and we enjoyed the time we had. It was already dark when we arrived, but we made our way to a “chalet” (one of the four “cottages”, on the stream, a short walk from the main building). Not much lighting there! But the chalets are adorable and comfortable and we slept REALLY well. The restaurant is well-known for its food, but we were too late for dinner so instead just had wine in the cozy lounge with some snacks to unwind from the long drive. Breakfast was a traditional Le Petit Dejeuner, with wonderful breads and jams and fromage blanc. The dining room is lovely, and the pool area was too, but we had to hit the road again (with some fresh chocolate muffins the chef sent out for us when we checked out!) The chalets are small one-room cottages. Each has a complete bathroom (with a shower, but not a tub of course), and satellite TV (never turned it on -- who needs a TV in such a lovely place?!) and complimentary coffee or tea. There’s a little covered porch with two comfy wicker chairs where we enjoyed our coffee. Others have noted that it was hard to find Auberge de l’Aiguebrun - use the GPS coordinates from their website and you’ll get right there!
by A verified traveler
HOTEL ATRIUM, AIX-EN-PROVENCEPosted Sep 11, 2011 on Hotels.com
MAIN AREA OF HOTEL SMART AND RECEPTION FRIENDLY AND EFFICIENT. HOWEVER THE ROOM WAS NOT UP TO STANDARD, SMELT OF SMOKE, VERY SMALL BED (HAD BOOKED TWIN) CARPET FILTHY AND CORRIDORS DINGY. BADLY IN NEED OF RENOVATION.