Tag: France

Hotel des Dunes

Oysters and Sand in the South of France

There’s a case to be made that one of the most quintessentially American surf-shack motels isn’t in Malibu or Montauk. It’s in Cap Ferret, France.

Get Medieval

Dramatic Hotels From Out of the Dark Ages

Long was the way and hard that out of the Dark Ages led to this suspenseful collection of hotels in carefully preserved medieval-era buildings. They’re not haunted, but they might as well be.

Left of the Dial

Paris Hotels That Steer Clear of the Mainstream

The only thing boutique hotels have in common these days is a desire to be different. You know it when you see it, and you’ll see it at these hotels in Paris.

Full Bodied

Sixteen Essential Winery Hotels in Europe

There’s no doubt which countries are the “Big Three” of European wine production. When it comes to winery hotels, however, a new challenger is looking to join the party.

Talk About the Passion

Labors of Love in the French Countryside

Some of the best hotels were created not by a team of architects and designers, but by one or two ambitious visionaries with little more than a desire to get the details just right. Particularly in France.

Unstuck in Time

Domaine des Etangs Is Everything All at Once

Is it a castle? Is it a château? Is it farmhouse? It doesn’t matter. Domaine des Etangs celebrates its history, but isn’t bound by it.