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The Hotel

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Benvengudo, a typical provençale Bastide settled between olive groves and lavender fields

For a long time this area was entirely devoted to the art of viticulture. This was before Maryse and Daniel Beaupied, she a passionate antiquarian and he a renowned chef, made this place a unique and atypical family home which has become an inseparable part of Les Baux-de-Provence for since nearly half a century.

Today, the tradition lives on with the Beaupieds daughter, Carole and her husband Viktor who in 2015 helped to finalise the renovation of the Bastide. During the renovation the architects, landscape gardeners, designers and artists all thought how to create each of their individual ideas which has resulted in a unique blend of tradition and modernity while maintaining the authenticity and the essence of this unique place; Provence is characterfully present here in all it’s beauty and proudness.

The access to the house is via a small pathway which is bordered by cypress, lavender and olive trees. This four-star hotel likes to think of itself as a home with unique decorations such as the beautiful stonework and solid wood furnishings and colour schemes in various shades of beige. The furniture was painfully located in the region’s antique shops and lives together side-by-side with contemporary pieces such as French VIlla Alys lighting. The lights, colours & harmonies of Provence have been skillfully revisited in watercolour in each of the rooms and suites which have the exclusive works of the painter Yves Boussin.

Benvengudo thinks and offers itself differently; this is a Bastide in Provence, a place where conviviality is honored for the entire duration of your stay. True authentic luxury can be found here.

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Services

Benvengudo is a traditional Provencal country house style establishment located on seven acres of private gardens. There is access to swimming pool and tennis court, tennis court, satellite TV, air conditioning, and WiFi. From every window, you can see the private gardens, pine trees, lavender field and olive groves. Guests are welcome to check in at 3 PM and check out by noon.

As a progressive family run establishment, Hotel Benvengudo contains Tesla electric charging terminals as well as a universal charging terminal for your modern car convenience. This region is in Southern France near to the Camargue, the Château des Baux de Provence, Arles, and the French countryside - near Carrières de Lumière. With easy access to Marseille International Airport and the TGV in Avignon, Hotel Benvengudo is a hotel and restaurant set in gardens and trees with a nearby olive grove used by the on-site restaurant

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Breakfast

Amidst these bucolic settings, you can enjoy the Hotel Benvengudo's restaurant Provencal buffet breakfast. Using only the freshest ingredients and locally sourced food, let your taste buds awaken as you enjoy the gentle morning rays of the sun. Breakfast is served between 7 AM and 10 AM.

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Golf

With incredible scenery and a beautiful climate, Provence is a popular region for golfers. You will find exceptionally designed and meticulously maintained greens near the hotel. There is an assortment of golf courses less than one hour away from Hotel Benvengudo by car. The closest is Servanes which is 12 KM away. Enjoy golfing breaks or a full golf holiday in luxury and serenity.

Guests of the hotel may enjoy the Golf Package in addition to other discounts and special offers for a golfing weekend. Select 18 hole green fee passes or golf lessons for your package. Should you wish the challenge, additional green fee discounts are available on request. Golfing services and training facilities include:

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Provence

Benvengudo is a luxury hotel located in the Baux de Provence in the South of France, a few steps from the Carrières de Lumière, the Château des Baux de Provence, Arles and the Camargue.

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Les Baux de Provence

While the population of Les Baux de Provence is merely 500 residents, this area receives more than 1.5 million visitors per year. Its popularity is due in no small part to the exceptional scenery of the village. Located in central Provence on a rocky plateau 245 m above sea level, you can see the valley and surrounding area of Les Alpilles here.

During the 19 century, it was a popular artists location and is carefully preserved today. No cars are permitted within the village. Explore the castle and citadel dating to the 10th century.

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Les Baux et les Alpilles

Alpilles

The Chaine des Alpilles is a mountain range south of Avignon. It is made up of limestone, olive groves, and garrigue. The range sweeps around the La Durance and Rhone rivers and consists of Maussane-Les-Alpilles and Saint-Remy de Provence. It is a bird sanctuary of sorts, with over 100 rare or protected species. There are also over 200 castles and archaeological sites to roam.

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Aix en Provence

This city is a historic treasure which has been the birthplace of many famous artists and great thinkers including the French painter Paul Cezanne. There are many museums and fountains throughout the city which was once the home to King Rene in the 15th century. The King was a patron of the arts and soon the area became known for its creative way of life

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Saint Rémy de Provence

Located in the far southern area of France inside the Bouches-du-Rhone, Saint Remy de Provence is just 12 miles from Avignon and the Alpilles mountains. Transport to the town is easy to arrange from Hotel Benvengudo. Discover the large assortment of attractions and historical sites. Saint Remy de Provence is also where the ruins of an ancient Roman city named Glanum lie waiting for exploration.

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Le pont d'Avignon

The Palais des Papes in Avignon

Built in less than 20 years, the Palais des Papes was guided into creation in 1335 by two popes, Benedict XII followed by Clement VI. It is the largest Gothic palace in Europe and contains more than 20 rooms to explore on your visit. The private chambers and frescoes are said to be extraordinary. Currently, the building hosts many exhibitions and cultural activities throughout the year.

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