Villa La Coste

Villa La Coste (Le Puy-Sainte-Réparade)

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NUMBER OF ROOMS: 28 villa/suites
CLOSED ANNUALLY: Open all year round

THE STORY: At the heart of the extraordinary Château La Coste winery, where thirty works of art by major artists and architects shine under the open skies (Louise Bourgeois, Alexandre Calder, Tadao Ando, Renzo Piano…), you’ll find the Villa La Coste. The 28 classy and luminous villa/suites (giant bay windows, transparent white curtains, light wood, marble, rough stones…) are each equipped with a terrace and views of the vineyard and the Massif du Lubéron. And some of them even have a private pool! To complete this pretty picture, there are summer concerts, insane exhibits (Ai Weiwei, etc.), five restaurants on the estate, including Louison, run by Gérald Passédat (Le Petit Nice in Marseille), and Restaurant Mallmann, spiced up Argentine celebrity chef Francis Mallmann! Naturally, this dreamy paradise comes at a price: starting at €600 a night per suite.

TOILETRIES: Citrus-based shower gel, shampoo, body scrub and hand cream, specially created for the hotel.
INTERNET: Wifi (free)
BREAKFAST: Included, with coffee or tea, various breads, viennoiseries, pancakes, honey and jams from the estate, muesli, fresh fruit juice, smoothies, detox juice, yogurt, aged cheeses, chèvre caillée cheese, charcuterie, free-range eggs (scrambled, boiled, fried, poached, omelet, eggs Benedict…).
MINI-BAR: Rosé Château La Coste, Orezza, St Georges, Coca Cola, Coca Cola zero, Charitea green, limeade, apple-peach juice, blonde and blanche beer from the Lubéron, Heineken, Bardoin pastis, red Pente Douce Château La Coste, peanuts from Marseille, cashews, toasted almonds…
LITTLE LUXURY: In addition to the art center designed by Tadao Ando, the Château La Coste now has a pavilion dedicated to photography, designed by Renzo Piano!

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