Hotel and Spa in Provence  

Located in a former convent in Mane, the convent has been built in 1613. This hotel and spa is now a fusion of medieval architecture and contemporary design. It has a period facade and a terraced garden with botanical plants.

When your guests will get in, they will be welcomed in the large courtyard of the cluster, where they will find gardens and pool – The hotel has 38 rooms combining historical charm with a serene setting and the comforts of a privileged location.

In the entire hotel, there is a harmonious blend between the past and the present.
The hotel also has 8 suites inspired by the location while playing the card of simplicity, purity and delightful.

Le Pesquier is a bistronomique restaurant. where your guests will enjoy a friendly moment according to their desires .

Place of relaxation, the Spa L’OCCITANE is a soothing and relaxing oasis. Chromotherapy in a color-changing water, caldarium and laconium, facials and body treatments are available. A true “renewed well being” in the heart of Provence

Your guests will also be delighted by the outdoor pool, a floodlit tennis court, and probably one of the finest petanque alley in Provence. A latest generation fitness room (equipped with integrated televisions and iPod) is at disposal.

For a cocktail party or a seminar, the renovated church is in its splendid historic setting, can host up to 150 people in 250 m2, with possibility of private use.

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Source & photos : presentation corporate de l’hotel

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