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Hotel Crillon le Brave in Crillon le Brave, France
Occupying a cluster of centuries-old buildings at the summit of a hilltop village in Provence, Hotel Crillon le Brave reflects the joys of French countryside living. This charming country house hotel, a Relais & Chateaux associate, features six buildings in which guests can relax in the library, parlor and in one of the 32 warmly appointed guest rooms. Additional lavish guest rooms and a new dining venue are the results of extensive renovations in 2001.The relaxation continues with the property's rooftop terraces, overlooking stunning vineyards, olive groves and magnificent Mon Ventoux. An outdoor pool is idea for luxuriant lounging. This idyllic retreat also makes an perfect point from which to explore the Mont Ventoux region, dotted with lively village markets, medieval towns and Roman ruins. The hotel's renowned Le Restaurant, run by award-winning chef Philippe Monti, continues to satiate guests with stylish regional cuisine.
The hotel makes an ideal point from which to explore the scenic Mont Ventoux region and its lively village markets, medieval towns and Roman ruins. Each of the property's six buildings is a former private residence, and guests can relax much like the previous inhabitants in the library, the parlor, and in one of the 32 warmly appointed guestrooms. There are also rooftop terraces and an outdoor pool for luxuriant lounging. The hotel's renowned Le Restaurant, run by award-winning chef Philippe Monti, continues to satiate guests with stylish regional cuisine.
Location of Hotel Crillon le Brave
Nearest Airport: NCE
Amenities for Hotel Crillon le Brave
- General Information
- 32 Guest Rooms
- On-Site Amenities
- Active & Adventure
- Food & Wine
- Spa & Wellness
Reviews for Hotel Crillon le Brave
We stayed for two nights in the third week of April in the Sousto village house room Pros: - Unbelievable views from the pool area and terrace of the surrounding hills, mountain and farm lands. This is difficult to explain in words but you truly feel this is a special place when you take it all in either having a glass of rose by the pool or lunch on the terrace - Very interesting buildings in a small village where you feel like you are staying in your own little castle. The hotel is relatively small so you get a very intimate feeling and connection with the property - Main restaurant is fantastic and we had the 7-course tasting menu which is certainly Michelin star quality (probably better than the actual Michelin star restaurant we dined at a few days later). Great service as well - Free bike rental and some great paths visiting the nearby lookouts and villages. Get ready for some climbs but well worth it and good for off the exquisite food and drink - The pool is very special with its incredible views, very comfortable and classy sun loungers and style. One of the highlights for us was taking in the sun and watching the sky with a glass of champagne by the pool Cons: - Mattress in our room was way too soft and would be good to get a much firmer mattress - TV is quite small which was no big deal for us but I can imagine if itâ€™s raining and you want to watch some movies at night, itâ€™s probably not the best size TV Nothing else really comes to mind in terms of cons and of the five places we stayed in Provence, this is definitely the most special and we will definitely be back
Alpine1304 - London, United Kingdom
A exceptional hotel with breathtaking views. As we drove up to the hotel we were immediately greeted with warmth and enthusiasm. The room was beautiful, very comfortable and spacious. All our meals were delicious and well presented, service always courteous and with a smile, nothing was too much trouble. Very peaceful, with beautiful views. Great walks around the hotel.
RB19782014 - Dallas, Georgia
Rooms are charming, our junior suite was spacious, but despite being located on a top floor, it didn't have amazing views due to the small-sized windows of the old "batisse". However, this is part of the charm of the building, and the room was otherwise very comfortable, with a bathroom including a bathtub and standing shower. The hotel's best feature is the service. The staff seems genuinely happy to work at Crillon le Brave, are all very helpful and looking to please their customers. We were enchanted by our stay and will be back for more relaxing time in Provence.
morgouz - Switzerland
This place was definitely the splurge hotel for our Southern France roadtrip. It came highly recommended by a C-level executive from the company I work at - and well, my salary is far from C-level. But it was simply perfect. The location is beautiful - a bit removed from some of the top tourist locations, but its hilltop views of this spectacular region made it worth the price. The breakfasts were delicious (and very extensive), the outdoor seating wonderful, the beauty of the buildings unmatched, the service impeccable (from the bellhops to the concierge), the atmosphere romantic, and the VALUE... COMPLETELY WORTH IT. The person I traveled with generally is one of those "let's see EVERYTHING" around us personalities... meaning we didn't spend too much time in the hotel. But once we got HERE, he kept wanting to simply STAY at the hotel. That to me, if anything else, is a testament to how awesome this place is. So, admittedly, I can't afford this type of luxury. But if it's within range for you - or if you just want to splurge on something special, go for it. You won't regret it.
Travelmore_SJ - New York City, New York
We came here for Christmas for a 4 night stay and loved this beautiful, peaceful hotel which takes over mostly the whole of Crillon Le Brave. There are different houses for sleeping and the restaurant is hewn out of a cave but is warm and feels cosy with good lighting. Our room was in the main house that has the restaurant and bar above which opens onto the terrace with breathtaking views over the lovely valley. After a long train journey from London we immediately relaxed over a delicious dinner with limited choices but what we ate was delicious. They brought round amuse bouches and lots of little courses so never felt hungry - this was top class French cuisine. We were lucky with the weather and woke up to glorious sunshine so you could have the excellent breakfast on the terrace wearing a coat. We were able to walk through the vineyards and old deserted quarry to Bedoin the nearest village - a round trip of about 7km. We had a very comfortable room with view over the valley and the most enormous bathroom with rolltop bath and separate rain shower. The toiletries were by Bamford . Large comfortable bed with towels changed morning and night and turndown Service with some Christmas biscuits on Christmas Eve. There was a spa with all the usual treatments but we didnâ€™t use it. The gala dinner on Christmas Eve was a set dinner but as Iâ€™m allergic to seafood (the first course) I asked for a salad and they went out of their way to make the most fresh and delicious salad which we both loved so much we had it every night as a starter! 4 days passed very quickly and we found all the staff charming and friendly. The hotel seemed very full and they coped with it all so efficiently and pleasantly we were very impressed. This is a hotel we both would like to return to especially in the early Summer as it is such a beautiful area.
emayg2017 - London, United Kingdom