Claude Sabin Nadjari and Rémy Saada design Renaissance Aix-en-Provence Hotel

Renaissance Hotels announced its newest addition in Provence. Located in the heart of the new Forum Culturel district and less than five minutes from Cours Mirabeau, the Renaissance Aix-en-Provence Hotel was designed by Marseille architects Claude Sabin Nadjari and Rémy Saada.

The five-star hotel has a contemporary design and a Provençal garden. Interior design is found throughout 133 guestrooms and suites, created by Julie Fuillet of “From Here to There” Design Studio. The theme of bespoke craft continues throughout the hotel with exclusive pieces of furniture created by French designer Christian Ghion.

There are more than 400 paintings and sculptures created exclusively for the hotel, and the collection of contemporary art is curated by Isabelle Viatte of “Via Crea” agency.

Chef Jean-Marc Banzo offers a culinary experience in two places within the hotel. Le Clos is a gourmet Mediterranean restaurant of just 40 seats; while bistro Le Comptoir du Clos features a terrace from which to take in views of Provence. For a social occasion or RLife Live event, Renaissance Hotels’ signature entertainment program, the bar L’Avant-Scène is available.

Also available is the YMALIA Spa at Renaissance Aix-en-Provence. The hotel also has an indoor swimming pool, sauna and fitness center.

For events, the hotel has 7,535 square feet of meeting space within seven rooms. Meeting spaces open on the “Salle des Pas Perdus”, as well as on the 10,764-square-foot Provencal gardens and terrace.








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