The interior wall design of the large deluxe rooms represents the composition and symmetries en vogue in the 18th century: authentic dado wood panelling, visual support to the historic cotton print wall hangings, reaching from the dado rail to the crown moulding ; matched silk lined curtains ; vintage parquet floors, antique furniture, paintings, engravings and carpets; invisible mirror televisions integrated in over mantel or trumeau; dimmer switches for intimate subdued lighting, large antique windows with a splendid view through the period-appropriate old glass on the neighbouring Popes’ palace, the garden or the rooftops of old Avignon.
Belle Époque bath rooms with bathtub encased in Carrara Arabescato marble, Edwardian fittings and block-printed wallpapers.
The garden pavilion, an extension renovated in 2012, includes five large deluxe rooms decorated with wide panels of historic block-printed wallpaper instead of fabric, with neoclassical bathrooms.
An unforgettable stay in a luxury hotel in the south of France in the heart of the city of Avignon and in the shadow of the Popes' Palace.
Each large deluxe room has its own colour scheme derived from the fabric used for the wall hanging. There are 16 double rooms in this category.“Bamboo”(room no. 20),“Le Marquis de Seignelay” (room no. 26), “Napoleon III" (room no.27), “Indienne” room no.28,“Marquis d’Orgéval”(room no. 29) Coulanges (room°30), Vernantes (room n°31), Papillons (room n°33), Marquis de Pierre (room n°34), La Marchande d'Amour (room n°35) Samarkand (room n°45).
Delight and timeless stay in a luxury hotel in the South of France.