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Though it is a small, country city, there is much to do in Aix-en-Provence, France. Both visitors and locals roam the city to discover museums, parks, monuments, cathedrals and more. But where should you rest your head after a long day of exploring? Read our list of the best hotels in Aix-en-Provence to relax and rest up for the next day of adventure.
Decorated in traditional château style, this plush hotel is the epitome of elegance. Each room is uniquely designed with Baroque furniture, so visiting the hotel is like stepping into a luxurious history lesson. There are only 22 rooms and suites in the villa, but all have a view of the exquisite hotel garden. Enjoy a gourmet meal at the fine-dining restaurant (with a bottle of wine from the on-site cellar), and then relax in the deluxe spa with accompanying treatments.
Le Mas d’Entremont is a charming hilltop hotel, giving guests the most incredible views of Aix. The decor is authentic and quaint, a perfect fit for the French countryside. Known to be fairly secluded and quiet, the hotel is ideal for someone looking to escape city life. Relax on the private terrace of your deluxe suite, while enjoying views of the beautiful landscape and city lights at night. Work up an appetite by lapping the outdoor pool or playing a few games of tennis. Then, after a shower and spruce-up, enjoy a delicious gastronomic experience at the hotel restaurant.
Unwind at the tranquil Aquabella Hotel and Spa. This city locale offers more than just comfortable deluxe rooms – there is a phenomenal restaurant and bar here, serving authentically delicious Mediterranean cuisine. The real highlight is the spa where you can enjoy a Finnish sauna, two hammams, a whirlpool and an outdoor heated swimming pool, alongside massage treatments – ranging from Indian Ayurvedic to Moroccan in theme. Opt for the Sunday brunch package for an enormous buffet of fresh fruit, eggs, grilled meat, cheese and delicate pastries.
Guests of this five-star luxury resort have the option of staying in deluxe rooms and suites or elegant private villas. The hotel has an exquisite garden with tables and secluded benches – find yourself a quiet reading spot under the shady trees. Take a dip in the pool, dine at the gourmet restaurant or receive a relaxing treatment at the spa. Les Lodges has everything you could ever want, so once you arrive, you won’t want to leave.
Caroline Harrap contributed additional reporting to this article.