One complaint: The bathroom tub has a hand held shower with no mounting on the wall. It must be held at all times. There is no shower curtain or glass partitioning which makes showering difficult. How about a short piece of glass to protect the rest of the bathroom?
If you are visiting the very picturesque Luberon hill town of Roussillon a stay at the Le Clos de la Glycine is a must. It lives up to its reputation as the premier hotel in the area. We loved it, certainly in part due to our selection of, way ahead of traveling, a room with a terrace overlooking the valleys and far mountains, a spacious terrace with views to die for. You can have breakfast served on your terrace and enjoy your idyllic surroundings.
The room interior floors are tiled with varied ochre pastel shades and the walls are textured with pigmentation from local “ochre” sources. Roussillon is world famous for its ochre production origins.
The hotel has a highly rated restaurant, David. It, like the hotel, lives up to its reputation with a windowed dining room overlooking the valley and mountains and serving exquisite cuisine. Well worth the price.