The Hôtels d’en Haut
The big news in the Provencal Hotel Landscape !!! The group Les Hôtels d’en Haut has announced the acquisition of the three properties of Édouard Loubet in the Luberon, in the Alpes-en-Haute-Provence. This acquisition brings the number of hotels for this dynamic company to 8. With a total number of 309 rooms and 11 restaurants, three of which have Michelin stars.
In addition to the sea and mountain positioning, the compagny’s teams work in a framework of sharing, hospitality and respect for services. This makes it their trademark. Each hotel of the Hotels d’en Haut company has however its own identity, its own character. Inspired by the architecture and the beauty of the place, they reflect an authentic and singular art of living.
New acquisition of hotels
However if Édouard Loubet chose to sell his 3 houses , it is because he understood that this company would continue to maintain the spirit of excellence that has always animated the famous chef and his teams.
These 3 hotels are :
- Domaine de Capelongue, with 30 rooms, two restaurants, a spa and a magnificent view of the Luberon mountains.
- Moulin de Lourmarin, with 17 rooms, two suites and a restaurant. Old oil mill from the 18th century with an intimate atmosphere and refined decoration.
- Galinier de Lourmarin, a former 18th century Provencal bastide with 15 rooms located only two minutes walk from the center of the village of Lourmarin.
In addition to these three locations, Hôtels d’en Haut also manages five hotels in France: Le Val Thorens and the Fitz Roy in Val Thorens, the Hotel des 3 Vallées in Courchevel, the Alpaga in Megève and Les Roches Rouges in Saint-Raphaël.
In conclusion staying at the Hôtels d’en Haut is the promise of a trip where emotion and wonder are at their peak.