Ratings based on 8 Verified Reviews
They paid and stayed. We double-checked.
4.4 Room cleanliness
4.4 Service & staff
4.1 Room comfort
4.4 Hotel condition
They paid and stayed.
for Everyoneby A verified traveler from Spain
Fabulous views...Fabulous foodPosted Jun 30, 2014
Pros: Location, views, QUIET :-)))), comfort, immaculate cleaniliness, GOURMET FOOD :-)))), Alexandre & Laetitia's hospitality, service, fresh air, greenery
Cons: Absurd room décor -- the Faerie Enfantine motif is fine for young kids but... Likewise, the fluorescent pink and blue vases--YUK! Slow and patchy WiFi
Location: Outstanding views from hotel, near village (10 minute walk), easy 2 km walk to Sénanque Abbey, great walks on country lanes and paths all around hotel
Gordes is pretty, it's worth visiting, it's conveniently located...it's almost overrun by tourists, and it's HYPER-EXPENSIVE. I used to live in Italy, in the countryside north of Rome, and felt only déjà-vu on my arrival in Gordes...as in "already been there, done that, over it". However, Gordes just happens to be in the Luberon district of Provence, in France (and yes, Lorelei, France is in Europe! ;-). That means paté instead of pasta, lavender galore instead of horse flies, fine local wine instead of peasanty, knock-you-on-the-floor Italian table wine. The views from Le Mas des Romarins are superlative...you have the medieval village on the hill directly opposite (a 10 minute walk away from hotel along scenic road)...affording a magnificent sight in morning at breakfast (indoors or in the garden), in the afternoon (from the nice pool), or in the evening at sunset (while dining on truly outstanding gourmet food in the hotel). Imagine parts of Puglia, northern Lazio, Umbria, and parts of Tuscany...but better organized. The owner-operators, Alexandre and Laetitia, are nice, relaxed, helpful, patient, perfectly bilingual in French and English (fortunately for the many American, English, German, and Japanese guests present during my stay), and indefatigable. They -- and what seemed every other establishment in the Gordes area -- are overwhelmed by the hard work imposed by summer crowds. Some of the restaurants in the village are very good, others less so. Follow your intuition!
for Everyoneby Geoff from Vancouver
Great Hotel close to townPosted May 25, 2014
Pros: Very polite and helpful staff
Location: Close to Gordes village, 45 minute hike to l'abbaye Senanque, Bus at Place du Chateau, Taxi or drive to Rousillon
the view from the restaurant patio was breathtaking and the hotel is a close walk to the town and access to a few walks....
for Everyoneby Cheryl from New York
Great location with glitchesPosted May 23, 2014
This hotel overlooks the city of Gordes. The view is spectacular from the patio. We were disappointed with the first room that we had: Feerie Enfantine. The decor was bizarre: MIckey Mouse, etc. There was no hair dryer and the TV did not work. When we tried to contact someone the first night, there was no one on-site and we were unable to call from our room. The manager did change our room the next day without an additional charge. We did not get fresh towels each day, but otherwise we enjoyed our stay. There was a problem with our internet access; the manager did try to help, but we were unable to connect. I was able to connect in the all the other hotels. The restaurant was terrific for both breakfast and dinner. Once the glitches were resolved, we enjoyed the balance of our stay.
for Couplesby A verified traveler
Excellent Provencal Mas.Posted Apr 16, 2014
Beautiful picture postcard views over to Gordes, with easy walk to the village. Characterful rooms and public areas.
for Personal Eventby harton
Great viewsPosted Oct 2, 2013 on Hotels.com
Excellent hotel overlooking the village of Gordes. Could not have had a better view, especially the changing colours as the sun set. Lovely pool and garden and within walking distance of the castle and shops. It was excellent
Recommendedby Mike from USA
Exactly what we neededPosted Aug 26, 2013 on Hotels.com
Nice hotel, AMAZING views, short walk to the village of Gordes. Having breakfast there was a plus. Didn't use the pool but it looked really nice. If you are looking for a quite place for rest and relaxation, I can't think of a better place. We walked to the village of Gordes for dinner (~5 min walk) then got a bottle of wine and had it at the hotel while looking at the sunset over the town and valley. One of the highlights of our trip in Provence.
Recommendedby J. Johnson from Paducah, Ky
Wonderful in every way.Posted Jun 27, 2013 on Hotels.com
We hope to return.
Recommendedby jtf from sydney
Posted Jun 25, 2013 on Hotels.com
Wonderful setting especially for Dinner . Premium room a good size but normal rooms very small