The wi-fi was slightly annoying as it required a code to be entered into a pop-up menu, which for some reason only worked on my iPad, and not my laptop.
Absolutely fantastic hotel, with an excellent restaurant attached (different owners than the hotel). The owner was fantastic, friendly, and everything you could hope for from a hotelier in Provence. The facilities were outstanding, with a nice pool, boules court and pleasant layout and decor. One thing that impressed was I was allowed to store my roofbox in one of the hotel's locked spaces. The owner also gave us a good recommendation for a local pizzeria when we wanted something different from the restaurant attached. Breakfast was fantastic, and while a bit pricey, I felt it was worth it considering the good service. I would definitely stay here again, and the price was outstanding given the size of our huge room (a two-room suite, really). Oh, and there was ample parking for a large vehicle. The local town has nothing really worth seeing, and it is a little far from the Luberon area (minor criticism). That said, the hotel was perfectly located for seeing a lot of Provence, and was not far from Avignon, Arles, Gordes (in Luberon), and the Riviera coast. It also seemed very bike-friendly, which is a plus for me, though I was not riding this trip.