MGallery Adds a Prestigious New French Address to Its Collection: La Bastide De Gordes & Spa

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    La Bastide de Gordes & Spa is a warm, intimate five-star residence located in one of France’s most beautiful villages. With its surrounding natural landscapes, it is a haven of peace just 30 minutes from Avignon-Caumont airport and 45 minutes from Avignon’s TGV high speed train station. La Bastide de Gordes & Spa, a luxury establishment in the heart of the Luberon Mountains

    This fabulous 16th century building is bordered by terraces that used to be the village ramparts. La Bastide de Gordes & Spa is set into the mountainside in the centre of the village of Gordes and boasts a breathtaking view of its unspoiled natural surroundings and the Luberon Mountains.

    The hotel’s 26 rooms and 12 suites are sober and refined. They all have a clear, peaceful view of either the Luberon mountains or the village and some suites even have their own private terrace. Like the rooms, the bathrooms are very spacious and feature hand-crafted tiles.

    La Bastide’s gastronomic restaurant is an acknowledged “Grande Table”, or fine dining establishment, in the region. Guests can enjoy lunch or dinner in the large, tranquil vaulted dining room or in the shade on the establishment’s sunny terrace.

    The Chef serves authentic, refined cuisine inspired by regional produce. The hotel’s wine steward recommends wines from the establishment’s cellar which boasts 800 different wines and 20,000 bottles.

    The hotel also boasts an 800m2 Sisley Spa, which can be accessed directly from the rooms or from outside In this area devoted to the peace and well-being of both body and mind, guests can enjoy “Sisley Phyto-Aromatiques” treatments and massages. The Spa’s many facilities include: a double cabin, five treatment cabins, a chromatic pool with massaging water jets, bubble seats, a jacuzzi and geysers, a Turkish bath, a solarium, a fitness room, an herbal tea room and a relaxation room.

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    Daniel Fountain / 04.10.2012

    Editor, Hotel Designs


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