Passionate and creative

For ages, Provence has cultivated an immoderate taste for pronounced and refined flavours. Sun-drenched vegetables, olives oil, Herbes de Provence, Camargue rice, truffles and fresh fish served with a glass of chilled wine. The typical dishes of the south hail from a varied and abundant soil and never fail to delight. Even more so when they invite visitors on a unique culinary voyage, filled with surprising associations. Forget about the clichés and enter into the astonishing, colourful and inspired world of Provencal cuisine


Vibrant and non-stop

Provence lives in pace with Mother Nature and the allure of hot summer evenings… Time ticks by slowly here, in peaceful tranquillity. But Provence is also a bubbling melting pot of culture. From the Avignon Festival to stunning flower parades, Les Rencontres de la Photographie d’Arles (international photography festival) and winter’s traditional santon figurine markets, Provence is a vibrant hub in every season, pulsating with powerful, positive energy and enriching exchanges


Ancient and contemporary

Carved by the genius of Roman and Christian builders, Provence boasts a time-honoured and exceptional architectural heritage. A playground for the century’s finest architects, the region flaunts its ancient and modern legacy with pride. The Roman Theatre in Orange, Popes’ Palace in Avignon, Mucem in Marseille and Fondation Luma in Arles promise an exciting voyage through the ages, bedecked with majestic, must-see and avant-garde monuments alike. An endless choice of awe-inspiring experiences.


In a sky bursting with history and wonder…

At the heart of the village of Castillon-du-Gard, reflecting history from the Middle Ages and overlooking the Pont du Gard, an exceptional hotel with a modern feel… An authentic building made of local, warm stone throws open its doors to you in a unique setting where serenity is key… With enchanting views, intense sun and singing cicadas and elytras, Le Vieux Castillon is a hidden local gem, unspoilt for the enjoyment of its guests

Castillon-du-Gard… Nature in the south

A small medieval village overlooking the valley of Gardon and its scrub, between vines and cherry trees. Formerly the residence of the Uzès bishop, it was taken over during the religious wars, passing between the hands of Catholics and Protestants like treasure… But now Castillon is undoubtedly one of the most beautiful villages in Gard: its position in two hundred-year old olive groves, its paved, narrow and winding streets, the old ramparts, its mullioned windows, its expressive gargoyles… Plenty to remind us that time has passed and left a wonderfully unique memory.

The hotel… a lively spot in serene nature

The hotel is a splendid, authentic location which invites its guests to relax. Push open the door and appreciate the subtle reminders of history which make this hotel a historic marvel dedicated to the French art of living.

With its period tiles and Gard stone staircases, enjoy losing yourself in the world of Le Vieux Castillon… Eighteen medieval homes, linked through time by walkways, massive steps, suspended bridges or shaded patios, hosting 34 rooms and suites which make up the hotel. The colours are found between the walls, in the decoration and surrounding nature, forming a welcoming mix of warm stone and refreshing marble…

The swimming pool: an unmissable point of view

Reserved for hotel guests, the open-air swimming pool (heated from May to October) offers an exceptional view over the Gard and Mont Ventoux vineyards. Comfortably settled down while sipping a cocktail, this is the ideal spot to enjoy the fresh air and relax whilst doing nothing at all…

The cosy patio…

At Le Vieux Castillon, the patio is a magical place. The pleasant scent of fig and the ineffable song of the cicadas cocoons us like a healing chant. Cushions, Berber footstools, a small area for reading or dreaming, the patio reinvented for comforting calm moments is the very heart of Le Vieux Castillon. Breathing in the wonderful aroma of the plants, you will truly understand the dream of life in Provence.


The NH Lyon Airport hotel puts you just 30 steps from terminals 1 and 2 of Lyon airport and 30 minutes on the tram from the center of Lyon. What’s more, it was designed by world-famous architect Santiago Calatrava Valls, who also created the nearby TGV train station.

The hotel is as stylish on the inside as it is on the out. The 245 rooms come with sleek modern décor and views across the airfield or the impressive Saint-Exupery train station. And although the airport is just meters away, they’re also nice and quiet.

Renovated in the last months of 2019, the lobby at NH Lyon Airport offer plenty of seating for informal gatherings, and the dining outlets offer the perfect setting to sample the dishes that make Lyon the gastronomic capital of France, as well as international favorites. There’s also a free gym, complete with modern exercise machines, a steam room and a sauna.

In the heart of the Val d’Isère ski resort, rediscover the charm of a large mountain chalet, at 150 meters from the ski slopes across the Olympic Bellevarde downhill.

Owned and managed by the Cerboneschi family since 1963, the hotel is, above all, a place of relaxation and change of style where luxury comes with elegance.
The carefully chosen fabrics together with the warmth of traditional wood and stone, the unique decoration of the 70 rooms & suites create a genuine mountain atmosphere where one feels at home.

Let yourself be tempted…

Enter a intimate & magic hotel of 8 suites, all non -smoking…

In a genuine Alpine style with subdued lights, reclaimed wood and warm colors fabrics…

Our Junior Suites are real cocoons where you can really feel at home.

Our 2-bedroom Suites offer beautiful volumes… Ideal for a stay with friends or family.