Hotels in France
Named for the red rocks that line the cliffs leading to the hotel.
Professionals, grandmothers, and farmers in clay-caked boots crowding together under the slate-gray beams.
A 17th-century five-bedroom hunting lodge with pool, guesthouse, and a caretaker, on 650 acres in Provence's Luberon.
Set on a quiet street in the ninth arrondissement, Hotel Joyce is a 44-room boutique hotel with modern style. The white walls of each are guest rooms are decorated with faux-finish line drawings of crown modling, headboard and furniture, while bright red pillows and lamps add a punch of color.
This luxe, 61-room hotel in the heart of Avignon is set in a 700-year-old grand palace—once a cardinal's residence—adjacent to the Palais des Papes. Historic touches include 18th-century architectural details, period tapestries, and toile de Jouy hangings.
Guest rooms are furnished with antiques at this 19th-century hotel.
This cool little upstart bed-and-breakfast combines colorful contemporary interior design with family-style service and rooms for under $300.
This elegant new boutique hotel facing the Place de Mexico offers a location convenient to the Eiffel Tower. Each of the 38 rooms and 10 suites are designed by François Champsau and boasts features like Nespresso machine. Classic rooms are 215 square feet, while deluxe rooms 237 square feet.