Recently renovated and romantically decorated, this country-house-style hotel located in the hilltop village of Gordes, in France, is unlike any other. Inside, guests will find gorgeous jewel-toned interiors (think: rubies and emeralds) with carved wood paneling and hand-painted beamed ceilings adorning the 40 rooms and suites. More than 4,000 artworks pepper the walls, including painted portraits and landscapes, colorful botanicals, and black-and-white sketches. Guests will walk on floor tiles that are 16th century and 18th century terracotta.
The hotel's restaurants, L'Orangerie and La Citadelle feature local cuisine made with seasonal products paired with regional wines. Guests have the freedom to enjoy meals either in the vaulted dining room or on the terrace with its view of the valley. Another restaurant, Clover Gordes by Jean-François Piège, has 1 Michelin Star and offers dishes including risotto, mussels, and crispy pollack steak.
Looking to relax? The Sisley Paris spa offers massages and features a hot tub, massage whirlpools, a Turkish bath, and a solarium. There are also two outdoor pools in the gardens, surrounded by a sun deck, and offer stunning views over the forests and lavender fields of the Cavaillon plain to the Luberon mountains.