Provence Travel: New Luxury Suites at Le Mas de Pierre

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Le Mas de Pierre, new bastide

Traveling to Provence this summer? (A favorable euro-dollar exchange rate means now’s the time to go!) One of our favorite hotels in the region is celebrating its 10th birthday this year with notable new accommodations. Le Mas de Pierre is a Provençal-style farmhouse nestled on an idyllic estate planted with citrus groves and century-old olive trees.

Le Mas de Pierre, new bastide

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Located in the dreamy village of Saint-Paul de Vence (adored by artists and celebrities), Le Mas de Pierre unveiled swanky new digs last year in an additional farmhouse building called La Bastide des Fleurs. Inside, you’ll find six suites with balconies or terraces facing the private pool flanked by cabanas. These suites are serviced by a personal butler, and there’s also a dedicated concierge service. Tip: The Bastide des Fleurs can be entirely privatized. 

To celebrate its big anniversary, Le Mas de Pierre will be rolling out a number of special offers and enticements throughout the year. Just a 15-minute drive from the Nice airport, Le Mas de Pierre was the first Relais & Châteaux hotel in France to be awarded five stars.

Le Mas de Pierre, new bastide

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