Domaine de Manville

5-star spa hotel in Les Baux-de-Provence

Domaine de Manville is a former agricultural estate nestled in the heart of the Alpilles, at the foot of the Château des Baux-de-Provence. Transformed with great taste and elegance in 2014 by the Saut family, originally from the region, it has now become a superb 5-star hotel, and is located on the former Golf des Baux-de-Provence.

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15 chambres et 15 suites
à partir de 250 € la nuit

Ambiance générale

Sensitively transformed from farm buildings by heritage architect Mireille Pellen and interior designer Annie Zeau, the hotel’s long chamois-coloured facade with traditional wooden shutters overlooks a leafy courtyard with a melliflu fountain. Surrounded on one side by the spa and on the other side by the bar and the cinema, with some rooms above. The interiors are warm with bunches of modern art and bright colours that resist the bright Provençal light.

Today, Domaine de Manville is composed of a luxury hotel, a spa, a gourmet restaurant, and an eco-friendly 18-hole golf course. An atypical and luxurious decoration, which makes this rural palace a cocoon of greenery and well-being.

Crédit photo Domaine de Manville

Les chambres

Expect luxury without charge in the rooms: walk-in wardrobes, soft linen sheets that blend into smooth leather headboards, and huge bathrooms, elegant black and white chords. The surfaces are overflowing with private label products from Domaine de Manville, scented with jasmine. The baths are huge and the rain showers are repairing.

La restauration

Lieven van Aken, in charge of the Domaine’s kitchens and its restaurant, Auphio, will make you feel at home. From the delights of a foie gras hamburger with crunchy chips and garlic bowls, to the more gourmet Provencal lamb, the food is always full of new surprises. With an emphasis on bouillabaisse, artichokes and thyme in bloom, the best ingredients are served with the region’s famous rosé.

Les équipements

There is a lot to do at Domaine de Manville, whether you want to spend a lazy holiday, a cultural holiday or a stay in a spa. The swimming pool is huge, electric bicycles await you near the door, and the 18-hole golf course designed by Thierry Sprecher is very popular. The service is friendly and professional, from the bartender who can advise you on the best local rosé, to the reception staff who will organise visits to Arles and beyond.

Beautifully designed to make the most of light filtration through the black and white mosaic spaces and above the large indoor pool, Esthederm spa is a haven of peace that delivers results. The Domaine de Manville products are slimming (caffeine and pink pepper oil) and firming (maritime pine, stimulating royal jelly, anti-ageing).

You can also train in technogym kinesis, or choose one of the legendary Esthederm treatments for their lifting and moisturizing properties.

  •   Bar
  •   Room service
  •   Wi-Fi
  •   Laundry
  •   Air Conditioning
  •   Restaurant
  •   Spa
  •   Sauna
  •   Hammam
  •   Golf Courses
  •   Fitness Center
  •   Petanque ground
  •   Board Games
  •   Seminar room
  •   Outdoor Pool
  •   Indoor pool
  •   Kid's Club
  •   Parking lot

Accueil des familles avec enfants

A hotel dedicated to welcoming families with children, a kid’s club, various activities, hundreds of films for children and an excellent range of food.

Accès des personnes à mobilité réduite

The hotel’s floors are wheelchair accessible by elevator. Several rooms are specially adapted for people with reduced mobility. Including in villas. Parking spaces are also dedicated.

Rapport Qualité/Prix

Double rooms from €250 per night in low season; and from €350 in high season. Breakfast excluded (€28 per person). Free Wi-Fi.


Nestled in the heart of the Alpilles Regional Park, with natural trails that lead you through a red/ocre landscape, offering breathtaking views at every turn and every detour. Five minutes by car away is the medieval jewel of the Baux de Provence and the impressive annual exhibition of the Carrières de Lumières in an abandoned limestone quarry.