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bedford hotel: The Bedford is a lovely, small hotel located near Place Madeleine with an interesting past. Built in 1860, it was converted to a hotel in 1914. During World War II it was occupied by the Luftwaffe and later by British and American liberators.

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belsebat: Set in a 120 acre nature preserve, The Domaine de Belesbat successfully blends history, nature and golf. This lovely châteaux hotel combines superior services with charm, character and hospitality. The estate's two restaurants offer fine dining overlooking a traditional French garden. A beautifully designed and well maintained golf course will challenge all levels of golfers.

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chateau d'artigny : Built by perfume mogul Francoise Coty in 1920, in 18th-century style, this palatial hotel is striking. Its white exterior and soaring entrance pillars are set against the lush greens of the surrounding 25 acres of parkland and formal gardens. The interior is equally majestic with an imposing stone staircase, stunning public rooms, superb spacious bedrooms and two elegant gourmet restaurants

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chateau des vigiers: Dating back to 1597, Château des Vigiers is an internationally renowned hotel and golf resort, set in 450 acres of stunning countryside, in the heart of the Dordogne wine district, and near the famous Lascaux caves. Locally known as "Little Versailles" the charming décor is more French county than Louis XIV. Chateau des Vigiers is surrounded by vineyards, orchards and a Donald Steel golf course

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chateau du domaine saint-martin: Between Cannes and Monaco in the heart of the Riviera, the Chateau du Domaine Saint-Martin is a luxury hotel not to be missed. The hotel is built on the ruins of a medieval Knights Templar castle and its hilltop location looks over the lovely village of Vence. Its opulent furnishings, fine tapestries, magnificent chandeliers, museum-quality paintings and exquisite antiques all create a romantic atmosphere and a truly unforgettable experience.

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domaine de chateauneuf: The Domaine de Chateauneuf is the centerpiece of a lush forest estate within the Golf de la Sainte Baume grounds, in the coastal town of Nan Les Pins. This 18th century Provencal mansion was built in 1780 by the Chateauneuf family, and converted into a hotel in the 1950s. Originally a haven for travelers on their way to the Holy Land, it was also the residence of Napoleon Bonaparte's family in 1794. The décor and food are typically Provencal and wonderful.

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domaine des hauts de loire: The Domaine des Hauts de Loire, the former hunting lodge of a 19th century count, was built on the site of a feudal castle and is today a captivating chateau hotel. Set in a serene 75-acre wooded estate, Hauts de Loire is quiet and elegant. The hotel’s gourmet restaurant holds two Michelin stars and is considered the best in the Loire Valley.

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hotel de crillon : Legendary and enchanting, the Hotel Crillon, whose design was commissioned by Louis XV, shares its incomparable history with the glorious Place de la Concorde. One of the world’s great hotels!

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hotel du golf deauville: The Hotel du Golf Deauville sits between the sea and the countryside, in a lush green setting with commanding views of Deauville, Trouville, the Normandy coast and a great golf course. The typically-Norman black and white timbered building dates to the 20th century. The Art-Deco décor adds to the old-world charm of the hotel.

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les bordes lodge: The Les Bordes Lodge, the former hunting estate of Baron Bich, is in the heart of the Sologne forest and features traditional French cottages with oak beams and handmade furniture, and one of France’s top golf courses. It also houses its own championship golf course, designed by Robert von Haage.

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les sources de caudalie: The French word "Caudalie" has no English equivalent, but can be best described as the "afterglow of wine on the taste buds." The hotel Les Sources de Caudalie is just as memorable as its name. Its focus is the comfort and pleasure of the guests, providing the finest spa amenities as well as luxurious accommodations. A four-star hotel, Caudalie houses two superb restaurants: La Grande Vigne, which concentrates on French cuisine, and La Table du Lavoir, which offers a more relaxed, country inn style atmosphere.

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Relais christine: A lovely boutique hotel, is located on a quiet side street in the medieval Saint Germain des Pres, on the left bank. Built between a flowered courtyard and garden, it is a haven of peace in this lively district of Paris. The hotel is housed in a XVIth century mansion, and the medieval cave where breakfast is now served, was the kitchen of the Saint Denis College, part of the monastery of the Augustine Friars built by Saint Louis in 1231.

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relais de margaux : One of the best French-country style hotels in Medoc, the Relais de Margaux is perhaps most famous for its restaurant, located in one of the ancient cellars of the Chateau Margaux winery. Their wine list is spectacular! Situated in the heart of the vineyards on a 135-acre estate the hotel has recently added a spa and golf course.