What's New at Terre Blanche Resort in Provence

Hôtel Dieu in Lyon France, to be the new InterContinental hotel
Hôtel Dieu in Lyon, France // Photo by ventdusud/iStock/Getty Images Plus/Getty Images

Terre Blanche ResortAs we first reported last year, the Terre Blanche Resort in Provence recently ended its contract with Four Seasons, and is now independently managed. We haven't yet visited the property since the change took place, but we just received an update. A member of Leading Hotels of the World, the spa and golf resort seeks to provide a restful refuge for both families and jetsetters (who may also be hitting up the nearby French Riviera). Here's what we noted:

*A new partnership with Fragonard, the famous French perfume company based in Provence, means the 115 suites and villas now come with Fragonard amenities.

*The four restaurants were upgraded over the winter, and Executive Chef Franck Ferigutti (Meilleur Ouvrier de France 2000) unveiled his new menu this spring- focusing on the best seasonal products from the Provence region.

Free Luxury Travel Newsletter

Like this story? Subscribe to The Dossier

Luxury Travel Advisor’s only newsletter, covering unique destinations and product news for affluent travelers. Delivered every Tuesday & Thursday.

*At the sprawling spa, guests can now get al fresco massages at the “spa cabana.” Other new offerings include one of the world’s first chemical-free, antiaging facials by Ivo Pitanguy; massages for children of all ages; and special services for pregnant women.

*The Terre Blanche boutique offers items to take home like honey made on the property by the local bee-keeper, and candles created with the resort's own fragrance.

For more information about Terre Blanche-- located on a 750-acre estate about 35 minutes from Cannes-- visit en.terre-blanche.com/

Suggested Articles:

The Ritz-Carlton, Paradise Valley has announced that Steven Szenasi has been appointed general manager ahead of the resort’s late 2021 opening.

Rosewood Amsterdam is housed in the former Palace of Justice, which overlooks the Prinsengracht in the UNESCO World Heritage-listed Canal District.

In November, Machu Picchu will begin to receive tourists under strict biosecurity measures as flights will resume from six U.S. cities. Learn more.