Featured Hotels in Luberon

  • $199

    Average price per night

    Domaine de Fontenille, Lauris
    9.4 Awesome 131 reviews
    Description Domaine de Fontenille is located in Lauris, 3.1 mi from Lourmarin. Surrounded by the Luberon hills, the Montagne Sainte Victoire and trees, the property is ideally located for exploring the Luberon...
    Review

    "This hotel is a masterclass intransforming an old house into a modern hotel. All the original features are in place, materials and craftsmanship are first class and sympathetic. Stunning room. The gardens..."

    James. United Kingdom
  • $143

    Average price per night

    La Clé des Champs & Spa, Roussillon
    9.2 Awesome 163 reviews
    Description This boutique-hotel is located in the middle of lavender fields in the Luberon Region, 1.9 mi from the center of Roussillon.
    Review

    "Everything. Great place to stay for anyone traveling"

    deborah. United States of America
  • $114

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    Le Mas Du Loriot, Murs
    9.3 Awesome 140 reviews
    Description The Mas Du Loriot hotel is set in the countryside in the south of France, between Gordes and Roussillon. It offers an outdoor swimming pool in a 1-hectare garden.
    Review

    "Location, meals and helpful and friendly hosts."

    Phyl. United States of America
  • $94

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    Hotel Sainte Anne - Apt, Apt
    9.2 Awesome 229 reviews
    Description The Sainte Anne Hotel, a 19th century family home, is located on the Faubourg du Ballet Plaza of Apt’s quiet historical old town.
    Review

    "Very nice and helpful owner Beautiful area Nice breakfast"

    Daniel. Israel
  • $132

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    Le Clos de la Glycine, Roussillon
    9.2 Awesome 299 reviews
    Description This boutique hotel is located in the center of Roussillon, a village in Luberon. It offers rooms with views of the picturesque village, the red cliffs or the valley.
    Review

    "Everything was perfect - the view, the room, the staff. The restaurant was also incredible. Très delicieux!"

    Zachary. France
  • $333

    Average price per night

    La Bastide de Gordes, Gordes
    9.4 Awesome 154 reviews
    Description Located in the hilltop village of Gordes, La Bastide de Gordes features 18th century décor and offers panoramic views over the Luberon valley from its many terraces and hanging gardens.
    Review

    "Fully attentive indulgent staff, accommodated us with an upgrade initially although the elevator did not function. Then made adjustments to give us a glorious suite."

    Beth. United States of America
  • $91

    Average price per night

    La Maison des Ocres, Roussillon
    9.0 Awesome 606 reviews
    Description La Maison des Ocres is a hotel located in Roussillon, one of the most beautiful villages of France. The village center is 492 feet away.
    Review

    "Excellent locatiom and facilities in the beautiful village of Roussillon in the heart of Luberon, close to the ochre trail, restaurants, clean and quiet"

    PAUL. Canada
  • $167

    Average price per night

    Le Jas de Gordes, Gordes
    9.3 Awesome 330 reviews
    Description Located 1 mi from the village of Gordes, Le Jas de Gordes is set in a private, shaded park surrounded by characteristic Mediterranean plants and flowers. Guests can enjoy a large heated swimming pool....
    Review

    "Beautiful and tranquil setting in one of the most lovely towns in Provence - professional and friendly service, and excellent prices for the area."

    Eric. United States of America
  • $206

    Average price per night

    La Coquillade, Gargas
    9.3 Awesome 195 reviews
    Description Located close to the Luberon Park, La Coquillade welcomes you in a characteristic 13th-century wine-making village.
    Review

    "Spa is a major plus. Food was very good overall with 3 places to eat dinner. Nice bar and terrace. Great set up for cyclists. Loved the pool area and the overall grounds are immaculate. Had a junior suite..."

    Michael. Switzerland
  • $98

    Average price per night

    Les Sables d'Ocre, Roussillon
    9.2 Awesome 608 reviews
    Description Set on a 1-hectare park in the heart of the Luberon Natural Park, Les Sables d'Ocre Hotel is a 5-minute walk from the center of the village of Roussillon where many restaurants can be found.
    Review

    "Everything. The staff were very helpful and friendly. The grounds are beautiful. Good location."

    Betty A.. United States of America

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Luberon Highlights

Provençal Colorado
Walking trails snake along rust-red clifftops and around twisted sandstone spires and pinnacles in this imposing ochre landscape.
Lavender fields and distilleries
Summer paints the Luberon purple as its iconic lavender comes into bloom. Fragrant fields and distilleries can be explored from mid-June to mid-August.
Hilltop villages
Castles perch on limestone peaks and houses spill down steep cliff faces in Luberon’s hilltop villages, including Ménerbes, Lacoste, Roussillon and Gordes.
Hiking in the Luberon Mountains
Hikers of all abilities head to the rolling limestone hills of the Luberon massif to drink in fresh air and breathtaking views.
Sénanque Abbey
This emblematic Cistercian monastery is at its picture-perfect best in summer, when the surrounding fields are a heady blur of blooming lavender.
Gordes
An imposing Medieval castle oversees this charming village’s white stone houses, while its narrow cobbled streets hide centuries-old underground passages.
Lourmarin
This picturesque village’s Renaissance castle gazes peacefully down over olive groves and vineyards, attracting artists and writers including Albert Camus.
Fontaine-de-Vaucluse
Europe’s largest natural spring bubbles up in this pretty Provençal village, with crystal-clear green waters plunging downhill to form the River Sorgue.
Candied fruit in Apt
Sample sparkling-sweet candied cherries, apricots, melon and peaches in Apt, the world’s leading producer of preserved fruits since the Middle Ages.
Village des Bories
This unique village of rustic dry-stone huts offers a perfectly preserved slice of the Provençal way of life from bygone centuries.