Both gastronomic institution and elegant country inn, Baumanière les Baux-de-Provence is a 5-star hotel in Provence which represents the Mediterranean art of living at its discreet, unostentatious best.
Queen Elizabeth, crime-writer San Antonio, actors and celebrities like Jean Reno, Hugh Grant, Bono, Pierre Arditi and Johnny Depp... personalities from all walks of life enjoy meeting in this unique place. It is a legend in its own right, unlike anywhere else, surrounded by the extraordinary natural beauty of Les Baux-de-Provence.
The magical setting is the ideal backdrop to the art of hospitality practiced for over seventy years by the family who owns Baumanière. Nothing is more vitally important to them than to provide a generous welcome for a memorable stay.
Provençal mas from the XVIIth century, Manor from the XVIIIth century, villa facing les Baux de Provence Village, hidden in the vegetation of les Alpilles, discover which one you will prefer.
Whether they are housed in l'Oustau, la Guigou, le Manoir, Flora or Carita no two rooms are alike.
Renovated by Geneviève Charial, either in a modern and contemporary style, with mosaics, marble and wax-finished paint or with authenticity, solid wood furniture and typical Provençal bathrooms with large washbasins.
Crickets sing to you while you nap, mossy fountains splash gently, plane trees provide shade, fragrant valleys beckon you for a gentle stroll. The perfect starting point is L'Oustau de Baumanière, where the tables are set on the terrace in the shade of the majestic mulberry trees.
At Baumanière, each swimming pool stands in its own haven of greenness with luxuriant vegetation affording shade for summer siestas, far from indiscreet eyes.
Our team is at your disposal 24 hours a day and 7 days a week to accompany you during your stay in Baumanière Les Baux de Provence.
The hotel is closed every Monday and Tuesday from January 7th to March 8th 2018.
During this period, the house Flora, Carita and Le Manoir are open from Wednesday to Sunday.
The house L'Oustau and La Guigou are closed during the months of January and February.