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Le Collectionneur

Per Night From US$2,719Launch Gallery

PERFECT FOR LOVERS OF CONTEMPORARY ART

Built in the 12th century, Le Collectionneur offers guests a unique experience. Once a hotel, the villa borders the Sorgue River in L'Isle-sur-la-Sorgue, a former fishing village called the Provencal Venice for its waterways. The villa will especially appeal to art lovers as the villa is loaded with gorgeous contemporary art paintings and collections. To reach the bedrooms, guests go up a stone spiral staircase culminating in a terrace (and Jacuzzi) with panoramic views of the island and its surroundings. Head up to the terrace at sunset for an experience you won't regret.

Max Group Size10
Bedrooms5
Bathrooms5
Air ConditionedYes
Children AllowedYes
WifiYes
Distance from nearest town5 min
Distance from airport55 min
Theme For This Villa
Arts & Culture
Room DetailsServices & AmenitiesThings to do
Room Details
Room DetailsServices & AmenitiesThings to do

Room Details

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Room Details

Main House

First Floor
  • Bedroom one (king) has a sofa-bed that can accommodate one other guest and a large full en-suite bathroom. This suite, specially designed for art lovers, has been colorfully decorated and furnished.
  • Bedroom two (king) has a Sorgue River view and is finely decorated with New York’s Plaza Hotel’s ballroom curtains, separate sitting area with armchairs, and large ensuite shower room. 
Second Floor
  • Bedroom three (king) has a sofa-bed for one additional person, and a large full en-suite bathroom.
  • Bedroom four (king) is its own apartment with a bedroom, dining/sitting room (with a small double bed for additional guests, armchairs, sofas, and a dining table), a bathroom with double washbasins, bathtub, and WC.
  • Bedroom five (king + single) has a private bathroom including a wide bathtub, two washbasins, a large shower and separate water closets.

Services & Amenities

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Features

Included Services

  • Butler
  • Concierge Service
  • Continental Breakfast
  • Housekeeper
  • Pre-Arrival Grocery Shopping
  • Welcome Basket
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Features

Amenities

  • A/C in Bedrooms
  • Heated Floors
  • Swimming Pool
  • Wifi

Events & Places

Palais des Papes

The Palace of the Popes sits majestically in Avignon. Tour the world's largest Gothic palace and marvel at the beauty and excess of it all. Afterwards, don't miss the 12th Century Avignon Bridge. You might recall the French song, Sur le Pont d'Avignon! Then relax and enjoy lunch in one of the quintessential squares.

The Camargue

Where the mighty Rhone meets the sea, nature lovers will love the marshes and salt flats of The Camargue. Home to "cowboys" of France on their famous white horses, the area boasts hundreds of bird species including pink flamingos.

Vieux Port of Marseille

Wander the market stalls of the Vieux Port and visit the fish market that has existed here for centuries. Find a cafe in the old winding streets and sample a bowl of the world-famous bouillabaisse followed by a glass of the local Pastis, an anise-flavored liquor popular in the region.

The French "Grand Canyon"

The Gorges du Verdon is Europe's deepest canyon and offers challenging hiking and trekking with rewards of spectacular natural views. Rock climbing and kayaking are also popular in the area.

The Great Antique Festival

Twice a year, in spring and summer, in the gorgeous Isle sur la Sorgue antique hunters from around the globe descend on France's second largest fair. With over 500 vendors, 100,000 visitors hunt for treasures from the past. You never know what you may find!

For Kids

Lavender Everywhere

The Luberon region is awash in purple between June and August. One of the best ways to experience this fragrant flower is at Senanque Abbey near Gordes where monks grow fields of it. You can sample everything from lavender soap to lavender sorbet.

Ochre Cliffs at Roussillon

The red ochre cliffs and quarries in the Luberon are an amazing spectacle. The trails in the area are easily accessible and suitable for all age groups.

Chateau des Baux de Provence

Built in the 10th Century, the remains of this castle are an interactive and imaginative experience that everyone will enjoy. Check the schedule to find out when the largest trebuchet in Europe is launched!

Swim Beneath an Aquaduct

Take a picnic and enjoy a swim below a two thousand year old Roman aquaduct in the Gardon River. Combine with a visit to nearby Pont du Gard, and spend time in the museum and lovely cafe.

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