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Domaine de Capelongue in Bonnieux, France
About an hour from Marseille in France's Luberon region, Domaine de Capelongue is an intimate countryside hotel. On grounds adorned with a tranquil fountain, lush gardens and a spectacular pool, it enjoys a romantic hillside setting that looks down onto the 16th and 17th-century stone houses of Bonnieux-en-Provence. Highlighting your stay in a bright, stylish guest room is the culinary genius of Edouard Loubet, the youngest chef in France with two Michelin stars.
Follow your cultural inclinations starting in the village's numerous art galleries. Travel to nearby Avignon and tour the famed Pope's palace or visit the Roman ruins at Arles. Plan a morning of mountain climbing in the neighboring 247,000-acre park or golf on an 18-hole course only minutes away. Throughout this splendid Southern Rhone region, discover an abundance of wineries, the delicacies of the many Provençal villages, and French country treasures at the acclaimed antiques market.
Location of Domaine de Capelongue
Nearest Airport: AVN
Amenities for Domaine de Capelongue
- General Information
- 17 Guest Rooms
- On-Site Amenities
- Laundry Service
- In-Room Amenities
- Air Conditioning
- Mini Bar
- Satellite Television
- Historic Sites
- Summer Getaways
Reviews for Domaine de Capelongue
The service and facilities do not reflect the '4 star rating' that was once given to this hotel. The main attraction of the resort is the Michelin two star rating of the restaurant. On arrival at the hotel, first impressions were of a delightful entranceway and pretty interior fit out. However, from that point onwards we were disappointed. On booking we were told that because the main part of the hotel was fully booked we would have to pay for a suite - which we did. Upon entering our suite we wondered why the bathroom floor was damp and the floor of the shower looked like it was not properly sealed around the shower drain. Then I turned on the shower and the water did not drain (within seconds it was leaking through the ceiling to the living area below. We had to report the flood to staff, twice. About 45 minutes later someone finally arrived to inspect the problem and suggested that we make do for the night with fresh towels an use of a bath only. Having paid a lot extra for this suite, we declined. Only after being very assertive, did a staff member eventually make a decision to move us to another room. The advertised free wifi did not work in either of the rooms we tried. On the positive side, breakfast the next morning was very good.
Sally A - Wanaka, New Zealand
If you are a gastronome, you will perhaps have heard of Edouard Loubet. But if you just like the look of a hotel, book online, and ask if there is a table for an evening meal, you might find yourself surprised, as we were. For an intstant, it wasn't a nice surprise - starters 45-70â‚¬, mains 60-72â‚¬, desserts 30â‚¬. But for the next three hours it became very, very nice indeed. An endless series of amuse-bouches and tasters, enter-plats and sweet treats followed - we counted 14 in all; a very reasonable and extensive wine list (especially if you focus on local wines from the Luberon;fabulously attentive and friendly staff, without the servility or pomposity one sometimes encounters; andfoodimaginatively created and perfectly cooked. All in a sublime setting, with wonderful views. Nice linen outfits all round, and the final pleasureof meeting the man himself, all charm and hospitality at the end of a very long days service.
Whitleywanderer - North Tyneside
An exceptional hotel in a lovely area with an astonished view over the Luberon. The owner Edouard Loubet and his wife are very nice people and you are very well welcomed. The restaurant is wonderful and the rooms very confortable. Nice pool , nice terrases from where you can look at the Sunset. Very quiet and the surrondings are very pleasant. It is really an exceptional place never you 'll forget.
LyonJack - Lyon
I'll start by saying that the property itself is truly stunning. The buildings are beautiful and overlook the lovely Bonnieux and the nearby valleys. That said, I'd advise that you not make the same mistake I did and be lured by the beautiful photos. The incompetent staff and argumentative owner made our visit unnecessarily stressful. In short, the management levied a number of unexpected charges, some of which was for food that the receptionist mistakenly told us twice was included in the price of our booking. The management admitted this was a mistake, but insisted on charging us anyway. When we asked about this, the owner suggested (at 10 pm) that we leave and "go sleep in nature." Needless to say, this approach to customer service was baffling. It seems I'm not the only guest to face the brunt of this arrogant and petty attitudeâ€“ for an example of how Ã‰douard responds to critiques, look no further than his argumentative response to the most recent review below. Finally it's worth noting that the facilities are poorly kept. The wifi connection did not work and the apartment smells like the septic system needs cleaning.
I had the misfortune of eating at this restaurant one evening. We were a group of six. Incidentally, I speak French fluently. The food and the service were horrible beyond words. The rudeness of the staff, the outrageously poor preparation of the food, the indescribable haughtiness of the manager in his sartorial splendor leave me profoundly perplexed how this restaurant continues to maintain an esteem from the Michelin guide service. Three things which I vow in the future: one of course is not to eat at this restaurant ever again; secondly there is a great deal of suspect about the reliability of the Michelin guide service, it's independence, and its accuracy; finally I will regard Michelin advice with concern in the future.
LS38017 - Collierville, Tennessee, United States