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At La Bastide de Gordes, all six Suites are luxurious spaces where you can relax and enjoy yourself.The decor, period furniture and tapestries give each room a unique atmosphere. Therefore, each Suite has its own identity and personality. The layout and decor have been planned to provide bright, pleasant and warm spaces. The Duc de Soubise Suite, located on the top floor, has a breathtakingly spectacular view over the Luberon valley. Its exposed wooden beams, lime-rendered walls, 18th century furniture and fireplace make this a prestigious place of real elegance.
Rub shoulders with the artwork in the Vasarely Suite overlooking the historic ramparts of Gordes. This true jewel of light is there to enhance your well-being and relaxation. Or maybe you’ll choose to fall asleep overlooking the magnificent view of the Luberon valley or the historic village of Gordes, one of the most beautiful villages in France? The exposed beams in the Duc de Soubise Suite, the stone vaults in the Baron de Simiane Suite and the private terrace belonging to the Vasarely Suite all have particularly enchanting features that will take your breath away.Whichever you choose, your stay will be fulfilled by the quality of service of our dedicated teams. Our staff are there to make your break in the Luberon exceptional and unforgettable.Also, these suites can be interconnected with other suites and rooms.
The size and amenities of our various suites may vary, so please state the exact number of guests when booking your stay. All our rooms and suites have free Internet access, as well as en-suite bathrooms with showers and sometimes, bathtubs too.
Airelles Collection makes a pledge to all our guests, whether visiting alone, as a couple, or with friends or family, that the setting and the atmosphere will be just what is needed for a timeless break that feels like home. A promise already kept and acknowledged, our properties have received the prestigious « Palace » distinction and are part of the Leading Hotels of the World.
The Sunday terrace brunch is reason enough to visit.
The hotel’s Pèir restaurant is a must for foodies.
You’ll feel like you’re actually in a Cézanne painting.
This hotel, built on 12th-century stone ramparts, is undoubtedly set to be one of France’s finest.
Evening are best spent on the terrace of the restaurant.
Warn days call for cocktails by the swimming pool.
Bastide de Gordes is the quintessential Provencal escape.
The lawns are so immaculate as to appear to have been hoovered.
On one of the terraces there is quite the nicest swimming pool I have seen in Provence.
Even an adept finder of faults such as myself quite singularly failed to identify a single of at La Bastide.
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