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The Hotel Le Bailli de Suffren, Rayol-Canadel-sur-Mer

As an Australian, the allure of France is well ingrained in us from a young age, so it’s not surprising to think that there aren’t many destinations there that you wouldn’t want to go to.

Le Bailli de Suffren in Rayol-Canadel-sur-Mer is one such lavish destination that simply begs a position, pride-of-place on your life’s extensive and far-reaching bucket list. And it’s easy to see why.

Le Bailli de Suffren hotel France pool

An old hotel with a new face-lift, Le Bailli de Suffren lies only 25kms from St. Tropez and 15kms from Bormes-les-Mimosas, placing it right in the heart of France’s renowned and beloved Côte d’Azur, or the ‘French Riviera’. However that alone is not enough to scream the wonders the hotel provides its guests, having only reopened its doors in May 2017; there is much more…

Le Bailli de Suffren hotel France room

The 4-star hotel is delicately surrounded by lush vegetation and the crystal-clear Mediterranean and provides the perfect accommodation for guests in search of unique landscapes, whilst offering something for the epicures as well with its three charming restaurants.

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Loup de Mer: A chic, yet accessible bistro with an enviable terrace that faces the Golden Islands. The Mediterranean dishes served are lavish, refined and local filled with the vibrant flavours of Provence. Offering culinary diversity, Chef Stephan Demicheli uses choice produce from the local market in all of his specialities. This dining experience offers an artful balance between the land and sea.

Le Bailli de Suffren hotel France Filets de rouget a la plancha, tagliatelle de courgettes 10

La Piscine: Overlooks the hotel pool and offers a refreshing and casual atmosphere with a delicious and innovative snack bar.

Le Bailli de Suffren hotel France Salade d asperges blanches aux algues

L’Escale: Located on Rayol Beach, offers a Mediterranean menu with an emphasis on seafood dishes. Against a backdrop of pastel-coloured beach décor, this beach restaurant is open for lunch from May to September and for dinner in July and August. The sound of the waves crashing on the shore compliments the continuous flow of each course, creating an ambiance of tranquility.

Le Bailli de Suffren hotel France Sable abricot frais, mousse au jasmin et sorbet abricot 9

Couple the three stunning food and beverage offerings, the hotel has transformed itself into a luxury spa escape for those who need some time off by the Mediterranean.

Partnering with luxury cosmetic brand Carita, the spa is open year round upon reservation and is the perfect spot for guests to relax. It consists of a hammam and four treatment rooms, including one with a seaside view for couples’ treatments.

Le Bailli de Suffren hotel France spa

The heated fresh water pool is only a few steps away, where guests can perfect their swimming techniques while admiring the view of the bay and Golden Islands.

Le Bailli de Suffren hotel France Mediterranean view

Meanwhile just below your perch, a private beach gives access for guests to enjoy the crystal-clear waters of the Mediterranean Sea.

Sounds like heaven, doesn’t it? See more at the website.

Le Bailli de Suffren hotel France 1 bar

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