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Just as much an arts center as it is a home away from home, Château La Coste greets visitors to a dynamic experience.
Just as much an arts center as it is a home away from home, Château La Coste greets visitors to a dynamic experience. Here, between the historical city of Aix-En-Provence and the Luberon National Park, visitors can eat, drink, and sleep among some of the world’s most famous artworks. Spanning 500 acres, the property shines with 30 major contemporary artworks (by artists like Louise Bourgeois, Sean Scully, Alexander Calder, Tracey Emin, Jenny Holzer, Jean-Michel Othoniel, and Jean Prouvé), a gastronomic restaurant by Gérald Passedat, an art center conceived by Tadao Ando, and Villa La Coste (including 28 villa suites, a spa, a library, and a bar). At each corner of the property—whether sun-drenched and invigorating, or shaded and calm—guests are encouraged to dream, to be inspired, and to savor the moment.
Whitewaller recommends: Explore the biodynamic vineyard and cellar (designed by Jean Nouvel) to learn why its excellent winemaking reputation is internationally acclaimed.
Hôtel du Cap-Eden Roc recently reopened its doors after undergoing a contemporary transformation by the Brazilian architect Patricia Anastassiadis.
Opened in the summer of 2019 in Saint-Tropez is Hôtel Lou Pinet—a property by Maisons Pariente
Opened in 1920 as café bar Chez Robinson, husband and wife Paul and Baptistine Roux soon relaunched the spot as La Colombe d’Or.