If you’re looking for a romantic spa in Les Baux de Provence, look no further than Domaine De Manville.
While staying at Domaine De Manville, visitors can check out Eglise St-Vincent (1.5 mi), which is a popular Les Baux de Provence attraction.
Domaine De Manville is a romantic spa offering a flat screen TV, a minibar, and air conditioning in the rooms, and it is easy to stay connected during your stay as free wifi is offered to guests.
The spa features a concierge and room service. Plus, guests can enjoy a pool and a poolside bar, which have made this a popular choice among travelers visiting Les Baux de Provence. For guests with a vehicle, free parking is available.
When you’re feeling hungry, be sure to check out L'Aupiho, which is an Asian restaurant that is popular with locals and out-of-towners alike.
If you’re looking for something to do, Carrieres des Lumieres (1.2 mi), Château des Baux de Provence (0.8 mi), and Moulin CastelaS (0.9 mi) are a nice way to spend some time, and they are all within walking distance of Domaine De Manville.
The staff at Domaine De Manville looks forward to serving you during your upcoming visit.
In order to do the Domaine justice, I am going to start with the beauty of the place and its setting, then its amenities and services, and then finish with the best part of the stay - the professionalism and friendliness of the staff. My assessment is that this is quite simply a must-visit location: The Domaine impresses at multiple levels from the moment you arrive. For example, once you park, there is a beautiful large space in front of the entrance. Grass and trees welcome you. Those, like us, who came in search of space and a place to breathe will find it here. The Domaine literally sits on a golf course and there are kilometres of paths to walk. This includes a very manageable (we even did it with a pushchair) 30-40 minute walk into Les Baux. You would be nuts to come to this Domaine and not take advantage of the grounds. The Domaine itself is beautifully built and decorated. Again, there is emphasis on space. The courtyard inside is large, leafy, meticulously clean and an excellent space to share with other visitors keen to enjoy a drink outside the bar or simply to relax in front of the fountain. There is also a large swimming pool. We didn't use it as we came out of season and so it was not open. However, we saw staff tending to it every day and it is doubtlessly a major plus point in the summer. Breakfast is in a stunning glass conservatory that lets in glorious morning sunshine and reminds you of the lovely countryside awaiting you. The buffet consists of a wide variety of food for all diets and preferences. The attention to detail is excellent. Discreet members of staff show you to your table, provide you with a hot drink of choice, point out children trays and glasses so that the little ones can also enjoy their meal, provide high chairs for babies, etc. You feel that you are starting the day in the best possible way. While we were there, there were a number of food options for lunch and dinner including a Bistrot, a more formal restaurant, and a more informal bar area. All three share excellent service. Although I am not a 'foodie' the kitchen is extremely competent - the meals were delicious. The Domaine has a number of other amenities that make it much more than just a place to sleep. In no particular order: there is a small (but sufficient) spa that consists of an indoor pool (not really for exercise but very tastefully lit and with some sort of air hydrator (bubbles) for those who like that sort of thing), jacuzzi, sauna (good size), hammam (I didnt use), treatment rooms, showers, and refined changing rooms (think London gentleman's club). There is a gym (clean and well equipped although a little small), a small cinema (we didn't use it), and a reading room (great place for family board games). Of course, right next to the Domaine is the golf course entrance for those who want to play. You find the same combination of class, cleanliness and space in the bedrooms. We were in a junior suite and there was ample room for a double bed, separate single bed, and a cot. The room had a beautiful view over the courtyard, very large bed, replenished and free mini-bar (including a complimentary bottle of wine), large bathroom with beautiful enamel bath and Italian shower. Free Internet is available throughout the hotel and works perfectly. Now on to the stuff that actually makes the biggest difference - the staff. I was truly blown away by their friendliness and professionalism. They make the place discreet but friendly...expensive in a classy way...you feel genuinely welcomed. At every point during the stay they are there to help, and do so with humour and a smile. The Domaine is a five-star establishment but we ended up feeling part of a big family. Here are a few anecdotal highlights: 1. Thank you to the Caddymaster (Vivien?) who let us take out a golf buggy to explore the golf course, and turned his place upside down to find a small putter so that my daughter could try some of her skills. My daughter was distraught that she had to say goodbye to 'the monsieur'. His smile, laughter and kindness has really stayed with us as a massive highlight. Did I mention that when we saw him the next day he remembered both my children's names? Impressive. 2. Thank you to Julie at the spa who welcomed us each and every time we went with a big smile and genuine interest in our happiness. Nothing was too difficult for her, from finding armbands to discussing the pros and cons of Brexit in English! Oh, she also knew all of our names after a first introduction. She is a massive credit to the Domaine. 3.Thank you to the cleaning staff who good-naturedly cleaned up the bombshell of a mess that my kids seem to make effortlessly each day. It is a really positive sign that you can sit, chat and joke with even the cleaning staff...who were again only too happy and ready to attend to all of the idiosyncracies of the children guests. In short, the Domaine is a perfect stay no matter your reason or background: isolation and wow factor for the romantic couple; luxury and professionalism for the older and wealthier types; warm family atmosphere and activities for the family, etc. etc. The Domaine is rightfully the best option in the region. Yes it will cost more than some other options but it is absolutely, 200% worth it.…
Mid August we stayed at your hotel for 2 nights. As this was our third stay and we were really looking forward. From past experiences we were used to a personal approach (for example addressing my son by his first name when we are in the lobby), clean rooms, night turns in the evening, excellent service in the restaurants, …. This time this was not the case: *Spiders webs and dust next to my bed *no night turn *poor wifi the first evening *On Thursday 13 August we had lunch in “At the Bistrot”. Very poor experience. We ordered lunch, drinks and a bottle of rose Ott Clos Mirielle After 10 min we asked where our wine was We were informed they did not have a bottle in the restaurant and were fetching one in the cellar Sometime later our wine arrived together with our lunch To make things worse, the waiter had us taste the wine which was warm He offered some ice cubes to cool down the wine. This we refused, this is an expensive bottle which we should just not cool down with ice cubes Half way our lunch we asked for the manager (it took some time to get over our first anger), we explained the problem. He offered to cool the wine in some other quick way, we reused for same reason. We informed him we did not want the bottle anymore. We asked for the bill. To our surprise the bottle was still on it.…
We loved every minute at this hotel. Our room- a jr suite- was lovely, spacious. The pool was really peaceful and nice. The breakfast was delicious. The golf was very good- I did have a broken cart wheel and though reported it and got the same cart again the next day. The spa treatments I had were great. Thank you to Cleo. Louis Pierre, the Concierge, was super helpful and responsive to all of our questions. Very professional. All of the staff were so friendly. The only thing that needs to be improved is housekeeping. It was very good but inconsistent. I would stay here again in a minute. And I am picky.
This was our fourth stay at this super hotel. The hotel and its staff are top rank. It isn't cheap, but this quality cannot br provided if you cut corners. It is also very convenient for Carrieres de Lumieres. We will be back next year!
Excellent hotel in an excellent location. We've spent two nights here and the overall result has been magnificent despite two minor critical opinions. The location is superb, close to Le Baux, a gorgeus village in the Provence area. Quick check-in. The room is fantastic. Spacious, with a very comfortable bed, a stunning shower, a complimentary mini-bar, filled with soft drinks, water, chocolates, etc... We couldn't visit the SPA due to our tight schedule but all the other common areas were really good, especially the bar where we spent some time, enjoying some drinks there. What was somehow disappointing for a luxury hotel such as this was the breakfast (too simple) and the Bistro. We had one dinner there and the whole area is too small, with tiny tables and a menu with few options and extremely expensive, taking into account there's another gastronomic restaurant in the venue (Apiho), with very high prices. Apart from this, it's been a fantastic experience.…