This si the gem of all properties ever, We arrived after a train ride from Paris, rented a car and got to the beautiful property. We met William , the owner, had a beautiful dinner waiting with wine. William was the most wonderful host ever. He arrived eery morning with fresh bakery items, he assisted us in getting us to places by giving directions and making reservations for wonderful restaurants,
The home we stayed in was built in 1620/ Was spacious and each room had it's own bath.
It was a wonderful week and thanks you William fro making it happen.
We had three couples spend a week with William at Provence Paradise. From the moment he met us at the gate we knew that we had made the right choice. The welcome was wonderful after 6,000 miles.
The house was very comfortable for three couples with room for a fourth. The facilities were well laid out with drinks on the sunny patio and dinner in the farm house dining room with the table set. Just add a dinner with fresh veg from the market and you are set to go. We had a cooking demonstration dinner that was very memorable and great fun.
The location is perfect for a short walk to town or a drive to the Roman ruins, the wine country or for olive oil tasting.
Don’t miss the experience.
Doug and Patty
Our family (2 seniors, 1 10 yr old, 3 middle aged) just returned from a week at Provence Paradise. I have a tendency to take most TA reviews with a grain of salt, usually they are never as good/bad as reviewed, usually somewhere in the between. You'd be hard pressed to find a single negative review about Provence Paradise going back some years. But after staying there, you can believe them, its even better than the reviews!
We stayed in the main house, which had ample room, and all the comforts one could ask for. House is well stocked with kitchen, bath, linens, even kitchen spices etc. The grounds are well tended too, sadly since we were there in Nov can't comment on the pool. The town is an easy 15 min comfortable walk, which even my folks aged 75 were able to make daily. The location of St Remy is also ideally situation to explore Provence, car essential.
The attention to detail from owner/manager William is what puts Provence Paradise over the top however. While we were there in offseason and were able to get his undivided attention on day trips, restaurant recommendations and reservations etc. But I imagine that is just how he operations with all his guests. He will truly take the time to make sure your vacation is what you want it to be. Be that with the welcome meal/breakfast supplies, suggestions on how to make the best of your time.....he will go above and beyond what you would expect from a host!
As others have mentioned this is not a 5 star hotel, if that is what you require stay in town. If you want authentic accommodations and real personal service, then no need to look any farther, stay at Provence Paradise. The combination of the location, house and staff made this one of our best European vacations. Would recommend without hesitation.
There is a reason this place has 99% 5 star reviews...I joined my family here on a vacation, and this place has exceeded my expectations. I wish I could take credit for finding the place, but words cannot describe how awesome it was. The views and grounds are picturesque and breathtaking. And I really liked the town nearby (St. Remy)
We stayed in the large house, and the bedrooms were air conditioned. I did not have a bad night's sleep ONE night...which is amazing since I usually don't sleep well away from home.
William is warm, friendly, and very attentive. He goes above and beyond to make sure that everything goes smoothly with reservations and excursions. He also provides the most precise directions for people who are trying to find the hotel, as sometimes Googles Maps gets confused. The croissants are indeed brought each morning at around 8:30. The tastiest, flakiest morsels...I miss them already!
Reading all the positive reviews on TA and seeing guest pictures will not prepare you for the this truly beautiful oasis. Provence Paradise is an understatement. It is a Provencal Eden. The gardens, the pool area and tranquility of the grounds were exactly what I and my friends needed after the chaos of Paris. The amazing William was there to greet us with champagne, hor d'oeuvres and his passion for his beautiful hamlet. William provided extensive information on the region and was there for us for anything we needed, going to the trouble of ordering pizzas for dinner and then patiently waiting at the restaurant to pick them up. And then he was there every morning with fresh croissants. Amazing! We stayed at La Tuilerie, the Tri-Cornerd suite and the Millers Hideway Guest Suite and all were beautifully decorated, and provided, above and beyond, all the necessary amenities to make our stay comfortable. And, it is an 8 minute walk into St Remy, which is a lovely town,I could go on forever. Stay at Provence Paradise! Your visit will be the highlight of your trip to Provence.