Surrounded by vineyards and olive groves, Hotel Crillon le Brave sits on a hilltop village with far-reaching views and a stunning look at Mont Ventoux.
Although the resort was built in the 17th century, the local village dates back over 2,000 years. This five-star resort consists of thirty plus rooms and suites in a collection of stone buildings that have been recently renovated and creates an atmosphere that is both tranquil and romantic.
This countryside retreat is designed to provide relaxation at its finest. Sitting poolside, beautiful walks to medieval Roman ruins and local markets, gourmet food and outstanding wine are all part of the luxurious experience.
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The Jérôme Blanchet serves a gourmet dinner in a 16th century vaulted stone building. The produce and wine is provided by local farmers and wine makers that provide fresh ingredients daily. You can also sit on the terrace and take in the phenomenal view or have drinks from the intimate La Grange bar.
The Bistrot 40K is another illustrious dining option that offers an intimate setting with high quality fresh produce. It is typically only open during the busier months so ask when you check in if it will be open.
The “Spa des Ecuries” located in the 18th century stables of the village is a cozy spa for two where you can be treated to a two hour “Signature Massage and Facial” and also includes massages, scrubs and facials. They also have a great selection of manicure and pedicure services.