This historic monument was a Carmelite convent before becoming a hotel in 1929.
Some fine pieces of Provençal furniture grace the huge, comfortable rooms of this former convent, which sits in a garden on the edge of the old town. A lot of effort is put into creating a quiet atmosphere. The cloister garden and the Provençal garden where all the plants, trees, and flowers exude the spirit of the Mediterranean and the large pool add a certain appeal to this establishment. Charming reception, service, and hospitality are provided in this Relais et Châteaux establishment.