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LE PETIT PALAIS D’AGLAE – GORDES
A slice of paradise in the midst of the Luberon garrigue. A place imbued with history that’s timeless yet very current and constantly evolving.
Le Petit Palais d’Aglaé is so much more than a charming hotel with personality; it’s a magical place where you can recharge your batteries and soak up the warmth and beauty.
Nestled in Provence deep in the Monts du Vaucluse and Luberon Nature Park in thebreathtaking village of Gordes, a hilltop village listed as one of the most beautiful villages in France, between the Haute-Provence Alps and Vaucluse, Le Petit Palais d’Aglaé is something special. A stay here will blow you away with the unspoilt setting, sense of refinement and goodwill dear to the owner and an authentic honest lifestyle.
Le Petit Palais d’Aglaé
Named after Aglaea, one of the Three Graces depicted by Sandro Botticelli. A symbol of radiant beauty and splendour. Her influence goes into every last detail here so it’s a real pleasure for us to share it with you.
The country house
The country house was built in a prime location on the site of a sheepfold. The stunning pale Gordes stones, panoramic views of the Calavon Valley, Monts de Vaucluse and Luberon mountains, 2ha grounds home to Mediterranean species unfurling from terrace to terrace, the pool with fabulous views, the bountiful vegetable garden and orchard make Le Palais d’Aglaé the perfect place to switch off and get back to nature.
Everything at Le Petit Palais d’Aglaé has been designed for you to bask in the beauty of the location and revive your spirit. All you have to do is enjoy yourself, let go and soak up the good vibes here. The welcoming and generous team at Le Petit Palais d’Aglaé are here to pamper you yet respect your personal space.
The sophisticated yet cosy interior design is inspired by a very personal style drawn from the history of Provence and the Italian Renaissance. The fabulous combination brings together premium materials and a vibrant colour palette with bold splashes of coral, madder red and violet in the midst of feathers, scrolls, flowers and cherubs. Decorative patterns bounce off each other in sculpted wood mirrors. An ode to refinement to celebrate Aglaea, the goddess of beauty, finery and splendour.