Les Hôtels d’en Haut, an operator of luxurious boutique accommodations in premier leisure markets throughout France, introduced the acquisition of three accommodations in France’s Provence area—Domaine de Capelongue, Le Moulin de Lourmarin and Le Galinier de Lourmarin—from chef Édouard Loubet. The acquisition brings Les Hôtels d’en Haut’s portfolio to eight accommodations, with 309 guestrooms and 11 full-service eating places, three of which have earned Michelin stars.
“We’re grateful to the Loubet household and we’re excited to convey Les Hôtels d’en Haut to those excellent new areas. The addition of those distinctive accommodations is a strategic subsequent step for the continued development of Les Hôtels d’en Haut,” stated Eric Dardé, Les Hôtels d’en Haut president and CEO, in a press assertion.
The three accommodations are all situated in Luberon, France. They’re:
- Domaine de Capelongue has 30 guestrooms, options luxurious facilities and boasts a panoramic view of the village of Bonnieux.
- Le Moulin de Lourmarin has 19 guestrooms, a restaurant and faces the Twelfth-century Chateau de Lourmarin.
- Le Galinier is an 18th-century Provençal nation home with 15 guestrooms situated in a secluded oasis on the sting of Lourmarin village.
“This acquisition marks the start of our technique to accumulate top quality accommodations throughout premier seasonal leisure locations throughout Europe.” stated Alexander Rae, head of M&A at Les Hôtels d’en Haut.
Along with the three not too long ago acquired accommodations in Luberon, Les Hôtels d’en Haut operates 5 accommodations in France: Hôtel Le Val Thorens, Hôtel Le Fitzroy in Val Thorens, and Hôtel des 3 Vallées in Courchevel 1850 within the French Alps; Hôtel L’Alpaga in Megève; and Hôtel Les Roches Rouges, in Saint-Raphaël on the Côte d’Azur.