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Cheval Blanc St-Tropez
Nestled in the centuries-old pine forest which serves as a haven for horses, Cheval Blanc St-Tropez is a haven of serenity in the Mediterranean, ideal for breakaways in the heart of the mythical village or a relaxing stopover feet in the sand of the beach House. Inspired by the colors of the surrounding landscape, the spirit of the House is reflected by the contemporary touches of Jean-Michel Wilmotte, for a true blue getaway in the heart of Provence.
The Vague d’Or, a gourmet restaurant awarded 3 stars in the Michelin Guide and 5 toques at Gault & Millau, showcases chef Arnaud Donckele’s creativity every evening.
This year, the Maison Pic celebrates its 130th birthday. More than a century of gastronomy embodied by the 4 generations of cooks: Sophie, the great grandmother, André, the grandfather, Jacques the father and today Anne-Sophie. A cuisine that has reinvented itself but has retained its trademark : the alliance of flavors and the pleasure of sharing.
Discover during a hotel and restaurant stay a universe where tradition and modernity coexist, references to past and present, femininity and masculinity, elegance and sobriety. Elegance is expressed here in the purity and choice of materials of excellence, leather, rosewood, silver leaf screens, silk carpets. Protected from the outside world, come and enjoy an enchanted parenthesis.
To discover the culinary universe of Anne Sophie Pic, we offer tastings in one of the restaurants of your choice. An introduction to starred tables around a menu that reflects its culinary signature: a demanding and audacious cuisine that reconciles balance & aromatic complexity, assertive flavors & delicacy. A unique taste experience magnified by the food and wine pairings of their sommeliers.
Hôtel & Restaurant LALIQUE / Château Lafaurie-Peyraguey
Nestled on the heights of the mythical terroirs of Sauternes, the Hotel & Restaurant LALIQUE is a must-see stopover in the Bordeaux region. Château Lafaurie-Peyraguey invites visitors since June 2018 to a moment of harmony between wine, art, gastronomy and hospitality.
Blending the Lalique style with Sauternes soils, the 10 rooms and 3 suites at this 5-star Relais & Châteaux hotel offer a break from serenity in the heart of the historic Château Lafaurie-Peyraguey vineyard, Premier Grand Cru Classé.
Haven of peace for guests in search of discretion, everything is joined in terms of art and meaning for the same purpose: emotion. The decoration was orchestrated by interior designers Lady Tina Green and Pietro Mingarelli, creators of the Lalique Maison furniture and accessories collection. A subtle exercise in style, the rooms and suites combine the materials of the time with contemporary details. On two floors, each room and suite has its own typicality. In duplex, the Bacchantes suite offers among others unique views overlooking the hilly landscape of the appellation and the historical vineyard plot.
Adorned with one hundred and twenty Champs-Elysees in lustrous gold crystal on the ceiling, the restaurant accommodates 40 covers, 15 of which under a glass roof facing the Enclos, historical plot of the castle, giving the impression of sitting in the vineyards. With its crystal and porcelain decorations, the art of the table is an ode to Lalique’s savoir-faire in partnership with large partner Maisons: Fürstenberg porcelain plates, Christofle napkin rings inlaid with crystal pieces Grapes … refinement is the key word !
In the kitchen, Michelin-starred chef Jérôme Schilling and his team offer a specific and unusual cuisine inspired by the specificities of each vintage and rigorously selected products. In January 2019, the restaurant received a Michelin star, thus offering a first Michelin star restaurant in Sauternes. In search of the new and in the skill of the know-how, the chef puts the viticultural technique at the service of his creations. This synergy in the gastronomic experience is expressed for example with a tartar of Bazas beef, Comté moss and infusion with Sauternes with truffle from Sainte Croix du Mont. The LALIQUE table at Château Lafaurie-Peyraguey is also worth a visit for its impressive wine list of 2600 references, selected by Chef Sommelier Adrien Cascio. The three historic cellars bring together more than 22,000 bottles from the world’s finest vintages, as well as a selection of more accessible nuggets.
La Grande Maison de Bernard Magrez
To make the heart of an old Bordeaux house beat, passion is imperative. It is necessary to know how to transcend it, to listen to the aspiration of the travelers, to detect the part of madness which will upset a hotel concept, to understand what each host comes to look for it to offer it to him. The global ambassador of taste, Pierre Gagnaire and the composer of rare wines, Bernard Magrez, united for the best of the French table, invite you to live an exceptional experience in this magnificent home where the French know-how and the refinement will be the key words.
At the heart of Bordeaux, in a mansion of the late nineteenth century, now nestles a 5-star hotel with 6 prestigious rooms and an exceptional table, symbolizing the complicity of two great visionaries of gastronomy. Through this association, a singular ambition has emerged: to create a residence for all the Arts.
The Art of Great Wines with, on the map, the world’s unique offer of all Bordeaux classified Crus and similar, ie 259 references including 172 Grands Crus Classés.
The Art of Receiving and sharing with the guests the passion of a place and its culture, through the
refinement of a luxurious building from the beginning of the last century and its interior decoration inspired Napoleon III.
The Art of Haute Cuisine, orchestrated by Chef Pierre Gagnaire, voted Best Chef of the World by his
peers in 2015, around his exclusive creations for Bernard Magrez’s La Grande Maison sublimating the products of the region.
Contemporary Art that we discover through the works of the private collection of the Master of the places, to both in the rooms, the lounges of the restaurant, the garden, or at the Bernard Magrez Cultural Institute, opposite La Grande Maison. These works change with the seasons and desires, for a
always unique discovery during a gastronomic pass or a stay.
From its intimate welcome to its cozy atmosphere, through its table and Grands Crus Bordeaux,
The Great House of Bernard Magrez embodies the historic Art of Living of the city. When the people of Bordeaux were entertaining each other and at home, in these wealthy mansions, it is the atmosphere and the emotions that they lived that are transcribed today in the soul and the living memory of Bordeaux.
Les Etangs de Corot - Versailles
To the west of Paris, Ville-d’Avray, cradle of the Etangs de Corot, is a preserved town where many artists and writers have chosen to live for two centuries, away from the trends. From the 19th century, Ville-d’Avray became a holiday resort, attracting many personalities of the cultural life who come to relax at the edge of the ponds. Artists, painters, writers, musicians are attracted by his charms and come to be inspired. Today, Ville-d’Avray, classified site, values its beautiful heritage and remains a cultural home, rich in the memory of the paintings of Corot immortalizing the forest and ponds, now called “ponds Corot” tribute to the precursor of the Impressionists . p>
The hotel Les Etangs de Corot sits at the heart of this history and a bucolic environment miraculously intact for more than a century and a half. Real haven of peace just 15 minutes from Paris, it is a place of healing in its own right, escape the time of a sunny afternoon or an extended weekend to leave the stress of big cities and the reality of the daily.
Between interior gardens and peaceful houses, the architecture of the Etangs de Corot comes alive with a subtle game of levels, shapes and lights like a painting by Corot. The owner, Alice Tourbier, has created a unique universe and atmosphere for each room of the hotel, by personalizing the decoration and furnishing.
For Gastronomy, you will discover an inventive and gourmet cuisine, through which the young chef, Rémi Chambard, cultivates a beautiful classicism while inscribing it fully in the era: freshness, lightness and aesthetics distinguish the plates. The selection of wines is very rich : old vintages of Bordeaux Grands Crus alongside Burgundy white and red but also young vine growers of the Loire Valley.
And finally, as in its cousin Bordeaux establishment, Les Sources de Caudalie, you will find a Vinothérapie® spa to welcome all lovers of vine and grape treatments in an exceptional environment that is so close to the city and yet so exotic. The spa enjoys a privileged location in the heart of nature, in a bucolic landscape with breathtaking views of the ponds. We cross the garden through a beautiful protected outdoor passage and covered with teak flooring. The sauna is hidden behind a large stone wall.
Les Sources de Caudalie
It is in the heart of the vineyards of Château Smith Haut Lafitte, Grand Cru Classé, that are born in 1999, The Sources of Caudalie.
The origin of the concept is inspired by the “French Paradox” discovered more than 20 years ago, which values the benefits of wine consumption against cardiovascular diseases. Between vineyards and forests, at the gates of Bordeaux, the architect Yves Collet imagined a whole in total harmony with the surrounding environment. This contemporary design enriched with materials and recovery structures makes this house a place dedicated to the art of living in the heart of the vineyards.
Within the hotel you will find rooms named after the regional heritage, each offering a unique decoration composed of antiques, antique furniture and precious hangings. Most of them have a balcony or terrace overlooking the vineyards of Château Smith Haut Lafitte or overlooking the lake. From La Part des Anges to Swan Lake, let yourself be surprised by a trip to the heart of Aquitaine.
For Gastronomy, in the heart of the vineyards of Graves, around the restaurant La Grand’Vigne, was born a whole ecosystem of happiness to live. The vine, naturally but also the horses, the vegetable garden or the cooper are the actors of a live show evolving with the rhythm of the seasons. Chef Nicolas Masse likes to feel close to this land and to those who grow it. In the manner of a winemaker, he seeks to express the essence of this exceptional terroir and its products: he assembles and composes to finally retain only the essential.
And the highlight of the show, the Vinothérapie® Spa, which offers a program of exclusive treatments in an environment of rare beauty. These unique treatments combine the virtues of a naturally warm spring water, rich in minerals and trace elements drawn from more than 540 meters, to the latest scientific discoveries on the benefits of grapes and vines. Let yourself be pampered by the expert hands of wine therapists who will provide you with exceptional treatments based on Caudalie products, with anti-oxidant and anti-aging properties.
L'Hôtel de Carantec - Restaurant Patrick Jeffroy
Patrick Jeffroy manifested his taste for the diverse, even the extraordinary, early, introducing algae very early in these recipes, while he was in the kitchens of the Hotel de l’Europe in Morlaix, at the beginning of the It then escapes to Nice in those of Negresco for a week of master class personalized. Together with Jacques Maximin, the flamboyant and brilliant chef, Patrick Jeffroy goes on to top speed; his talent was finally recognized, that Michelin greets a star in 1984.
Then he left for Paris this time, at the Archestrale, in the brigade of Alain Senderens, before settling in 1988 in Plounérin in Côtes d’Armor. The success is immediate, followed by a good star (again that of Michelin).
At the end of the 90’s, Patrick Jeffroy bought the Hotel de la Falaise in Carantec, a large 1930’s house, superbly located above the Kelenn beach. The Hotel de Carantec opens its doors in the spring of 2000. The menus (Optimist, Caravelle, Cormoran or Corsair) bring their passengers to new and delicious sensations. The two stars arrive in 2002.
« A panoramic restaurant featuring inventive cuisine, land and sea in unison » says Michelin Guide about La Table de Patrick Jeffroy.
A large dining room bathed in light overlooks the sea. Settling around a table rests the look and opens the appetite. The spectacle can begin, because at any hour of the day or the tide, everything changes and transforms itself as the plates succeed each other …
In the kitchen is played a score that the chef rewrites each season: black scallops, sand carrots, spiders, bouquets, farm guinea fowl, scallops, bars of line here find their most beautiful expression.
The Hotel de Carantec offers a choice of 12 comfortable rooms, six of which open onto a terrace.
Just imagine eating your breakfast facing a cluster of small islands…
Each of the rooms is named after an islet in the Bay of Morlaix (Le Taureau”, “l’île Callot”…) and is individually decorated to have its own ambience ranging from the 18th century with “toile de Jouy” to Japanese zen and from a room with a four-poster bed to a sailor’s cabin.
Four Seasons Hôtel Megève
The Four Seasons Hotel Megève is the result of a unique collaboration between Four Seasons Hotels and Resorts and Edmond de Rothschild Heritage. This hotel, run by François Arrighi, opened on December 15, 2017 and is the first Four Seasons group hotel in the mountains in Europe. This is an investment by Edmond de Rothschild Heritage in Megève, which is part of a historic commitment of the family to the development and positioning of the village as an international destination of choice.
Like a modern alpine chalet, the hotel has 55 rooms including 14 suites, most of which have a fireplace and balcony. It also has the largest SPA and kid’s club in the region making it a destination of choice for families, friends or couples. In addition, many activities are to be discovered both in summer and winter.
The 1920 is the Four Seasons Hotel Megève gourmet table. Julien Gatillon is the chef and proclaims his perfectionism and his taste for excellence in this two Michelin starred restaurant. The cooking is impeccable, the flavours exalted. Perfection is also in the visual appearance of the dishes, which evoke rigour, precision and creativity. The desserts are under the sign of excellence and are made by Pastry Chef Jerome Berdelou, who extends Julien Gatillon’s philosophy to the world of sweets. A separate wine cellar can also be used for wine tastings or small group lunches. It has 1500 references and over 14000 bottles. The restaurant has clear views of the mountain and a large terrace to enjoy sunny days. The hotel also has Kaito, the first Japanese restaurant on the estate, which offers a delicate and creative cuisine inspired by Asia. Classics of Japanese culinary art will blend with other Asian flavours and the flavours of mountain produce.
La Villa René Lalique
On the initiative of Silvio Denz, CEO of Lalique since 2008, the Villa built by René Lalique in 1920 has a new destiny. A member of the prestigious Relais & Châteaux collection since 2016, it now hosts an ultra-refined 5-star hotel and a Michelin 2-star gourmet restaurant overseen by iconic Chef Jean-Georges Klein. Its colourful, changing, refined cuisine, rich in visual and flavour contrasts, brings the flavours together to surprise his guests’ palate.
This Villa, steeped in history, was inhabited by the creator and his family during their stays in Alsace. After his death in 1945, his son Marc and his granddaughter Marie-Claude continued to stay there regularly. Lady Tina Green and Pietro Mingarelli, interior designers, took charge of the restoration of the place inspired by original motifs by René Lalique and the Art Deco style. They imagined six suites evoking the genius of René Lalique in every detail. All different, they bear the name of an iconic creation, referring to a decade in the life of the master glassmaker, with the exception of the “Zeila” suite which takes its name from the famous Marie-Claude Lalique panther created in 1989.
At the origin of the restaurant and cellar design; Mario Botta, an internationally renowned Swiss architect. He advocates an architecture with ethical considerations and is committed to buildings that fits seamlessly into their environment, both from a visual and an environmental point of view. It is with this objective that he designed the Villa René Lalique restaurant, its Vosges sandstone columns, its wide windows open on nature, its planted roof … Bolstered by the heritage bequeathed by René Lalique and true A hymn to French Art de Vivre, Villa René Lalique is today a showcase of the Maison Lalique know-how and expertise.
In 1923, Hippolyte Jammet purchased Jules de Castellane’s former property. His ambition was to transform the property into the most luxurious hotel. He named it Le Bristol as a tribute to Bishop Frederick Hervey, 4th Earl of Bristol, an eighteenth-century traveller famed for his love of comfort and the high standards he demanded.
Since 1925, Le Bristol Paris has been celebrated for its unique definition of luxury, and for offering service of the highest order. The world’s most discerning travellers choose Le Bristol for a first-class Parisian experience, and this illustrious palace has become a benchmark for luxury hotels all over the world.
First French hotel awarded “Palace distinction”, Le Bristol Paris, built around an exquisite
13,000 sq. ft. French manicured garden, is ideally situated on the fashionable rue du Faubourg Saint-
Honoré, within walking distance of the Presidential House, the Champs-Elysées, the Louvre and the
Grand Palais. Le Bristol’s 190 bright and spacious rooms and suites, exquisite Cafe Antonia and
Epicure gourmet restaurant rated three Michelin stars provide a unique setting for guests from
around the world to gather. The hotel also features the “114 Faubourg” recipient of one Michelin star,
Le Bar du Bristol, a rooftop swimming pool, full-equipped fitness center and steam room, and the Spa
Le Bristol by La Prairie.
Eric Fréchon is the chief executive of the Bristol Paris, Meilleur Ouvrier de France 1993, he joined the hotel in 1999. He obtained the 2nd star in 2001 and the third star in 2008. In 2014, Epicure is elected “Best World’s Restaurant” by The Daily Meal, Saveur US magazine and the World Luxury Hotel Awards.