Good news for spa fans. Les Sources de Caudalie—the original vinotherapy spa which is located in the Graves vineyards 15 minutes from Bordeaux—is expanding. The famous destination spa and luxury hotel will open 12 new suites in June, designed to look like the traditional wood cabins of the oyster villages in the nearby Arcachon Basin. Decorated in a 1950s style, each suite encompasses 600 square feet and has a large outside terrace. Price is 840 euros per suite.
In addition to the new luxe lodgings, Les Sources de Caudalie will also unveil a new swimming pool and a grocery offering local artisanal products selected by Nicolas Masse, the chef at the resort’s Michelin-starred restaurant, La Grand'Vigne.
The Caudalie skin care brand was first founded at Chateau Smith Haut-Lafitte in 1995; the spa headquarters opened amidst the vines in 1999. Notably, Caudalie recruited Maison Martin Margiela to redesign its iconic suite called L'île aux Oiseaux, a few years ago. For more information, visit www.sources-caudalie.com
Les Sources de Caudalie, Chemin de Smith Haut Lafitte, 33650 Bordeaux Marillac. Tel: +33 5-57-83-83-83