Provincial elegance

Sitting in the Provençal town of Saint-Rémy-de-Provence, Hôtel D’Almeran opened in May 2015 inside a 17th-century palais. With seven suites, the boutique property was designed to retain many of the original features of the building, but is outfitted with contemporary furnishings and décor by designers Eileen Gray and Konstantin Grcic, who commenced the task under the instruction of designer and architect Margot Stängle. The Numero Deux suite (pictured) is 62 square metres and is where Charles Gounod performed for the first time his partition of the Opera Mireille for writer Frédéric Mistral in 1853. The suite sleeps three with rates starting from A$728 per night.

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