- A classic, Provençal farmhouse stay, near to Saint-Paul-de-Vence, with old-school service and an excellent restaurant that uses hyper-local ingredients. The grounds make for a peaceful, fragrant and bucolic setting.
- Every room has a private garden-level terrace or balcony overlooking the gardens and or pool.
EXCLUSIVE LUXE VOYAGER VIP BENEFITS & BEST PRICE
We negotiate rates & benefits for our clients directly with the hotels’ senior management. Our rates match or in many cases are lower than the best online rate for the property. Our clients also enjoy a suite of extra VIP privileges and recognition while staying at a partner hotel.
- Complimentary room upgrade on arrival.
- Daily complimentary buffet breakfast for two.
- Up to $100 dining or spa credit per stay, and or in-house dining / spa discounts.
- Welcome amenities (wine/chocolates/fruit) and card from the GM.
- Complimentary private airport transfers.
- Complimentary roll-away bed if required.
- Early check-in and late check-out.
- Complimentary Wi-Fi.
- Enhanced recognition through VIP status at all touch points in the guest experience.
A complete or partial suite of VIP benefits will be offered, subject to the property T&C, including availability, category of room & length of stay.
Le Mas Candille is in the perfect location for access to a variety of nearby Mougins and Cannes golf courses, made al lthe more special with our own Golf Package. Enjoy some of the region’s most beautiful golf courses near Mougins and Cannes. There are ten courses within 30 minutes of Le Mas Candille.
Pablo Picasso lived in Mougins village. He spent the last 15 years of his life in Mougins with his wife in Notre-Dame-de-Vie, which was also his final workshop, overlooking the Bay of Cannes. He invited his most famous friends to Mougins, including pioneering surrealist Jean Cocteau and poet Paul Eluard.
When looking for things to do in Mougins, the Mougins Museum of Classical Art (Musée d’Art Classique de Mougins, MACM) further enriches the village’s wealth of cultural experiences to savour. The museum’s large and diverse collection of antiquities includes Roman, Greek and Egyptian vases, sculptures, coins, jewellery, and also the world’s largest private collection of ancient arms and armour. This museum has been nominated for the European Museum of the Year award, and houses works by Picasso, Salvador Dali, and Damien Hirst.
Mougins has a strong culinary history with such great chefs having managed restaurants in the village. Mougins has been granted the ‘Ville & Métiers d’Art’ label for gastronomy in the very recent past. One of the highlights of Mougins calendar is the International Festival of Gastronomy, which brings together a galaxy of starred chefs from around the globe.
Mougins: The old medieval village, with its art galleries restaurants and museums, is only 5 minutes’ walk from the hotel. Cannes: The ‘Croisette’, the Cannes Film Festival in May, the sandy beach, the city centre and old town ‘Le Suquet’ are 8km down the road. The Forville market is also worth a visit, and is where our chef sources much of his produce. Nice: The ‘Promenade des Anglais’, the stony beach, the city centre and old town ‘Le Vieux Nice’, Matisse Museum, Chagall Museum and Museum of Modern and Contemporary Art (MAMAC). Antibes: Harbour, sandy beach, old town ‘Le Vieil Antibes’, Picasso Museum. Make sure you ask our staff about the stunning walk around Cap d’Antibes. Grasse: Perfume factories, Fragonard perfume Museum.
In a two hectare Mediterranean park full of hundred-year-old olive trees, on the doorstep of Saint-Paul-de-Vence, Le Mas de Pierre overlooks hills and valleys. Provencal, romantic and colonial villas and rooms are hidden behind the red tiles and white stone of the bastides. When you cross the threshold, you will discover lovingly selected antique dressers and pedestal tables. As far as cuisine is concerned, our chef proposes a family cuisine with the flavours of the South, composed of the finest regional specialties. Other delights include a swimming pool, a spa, a sumptuous greenhouse with orchids and a deliciously fragrant garden.
In the bedroom department it would be truer to talk of characters rather than character as the rooms, split across three buildings, reflect different styles. Many might prefer the simplest rooms in Le Mas, the 18th-century farmhouse, which embrace a floral country-chic look. These traditional, panelled rooms are chintzy but restrained and may feature a small terrace framed by jasmine. All-terraced rooms in the newer La Bastide building are bigger and more eclectic, ranging from flouncily feminine to faintly Art Deco. In the all-suites Villa Candille, the look is contemporary, incorporating exposed stone, splashes of colour, parquet floors, picture windows and panoramic terraces. Tucked into hillside below the original farmhouse, the suites also boast an arty roof garden. Expect swish grey marble bathrooms laden with ESPA potions throughout the property.
Le Mas is a beautifully converted 18th century farmhouse, and the original building of Le Mas Candille. It is currently home to nineteen Classic and Traditional rooms, each furnished in a Provençal style. Each room has been individually designed using flair and imagination to produce a perfect combination of tradition and modernity. Some rooms have quaint, traditional features such as stained glass windows and quirky spaces. Staying in Le Mas is an authentic taste of French style and history. Many rooms in Le Mas open onto a terrace with stunning views, inviting you to immerse yourself in the hotel’s grounds or indulge in the picturesque view of Grasse and the pre-Alps.
La Bastide has nineteen rooms, split between Deluxe Double Rooms and Superior Double rooms, and one Suite. Every objet d’art, and every piece of furniture, fabric and painting has a history and has been sought out from all over the world. Each of the rooms has its own unique décor, furnished with works of art and antiques, and boasts state-of-the-art facilities perfectly adapted to contemporary living. La Bastide has a beautifully calm atmosphere, perfectly embodied by the surrounding rockery gardens. Each room has its own balcony on which to catch the warm Riviera breeze overlooking the hotel grounds – perfect for breakfast in the morning and drinks in the evening. The rooms in La Bastide are of a generous size; particularly the exclusive Suite, which boasts a small lounge with an additional sofa bed, a walk-in dressing room, extra separate guest bathroom and a Jacuzzi bath.
La Villa Candille
There are six suites in La Villa Candille, each a classically-styled creation. A modern construction, flair and imagination combine to produce an interior design of sublime luxury. From the moment you see the beautiful staircase, you’ll know that you’re staying somewhere special. Choose between a Superior or a larger Deluxe Suite for your stay at La Villa Candille. The suites include a spacious lounge with separate dining area, large bathrooms, a walk-in wardrobe, high tech equipment, artwork, a modern interior with floor-to-ceiling windows and large private terraces. La Villa is a recent extension located just down from the main terrace, beneath the aromatic roof gardens visible overhead. The walk to La Villa is a peaceful rove down the hill, letting you have breathtaking panoramic views of Grasse and the pre-Alps.
Le Candille, a Michelin-starred restaurant under chef Xavier Burelle, serves up creative Southern French cuisine with flair. For a romantic dinner opt for the terrace under the umbrella pines, with its mouth-watering hilly views. Dine on beautifully presented dishes, from risotto and bouillabaisse to an enchanted forest of a vegetable tart that Picasso could have been proud of. La Pergola offers poolside dining, with a mix of Mediterranean dishes, light salads, cold soups and international staples. Come cocktail hour, sip a glass of Pastis poolside and nibble on olive-infused tapenade and anchovy-rich anchoïade. As befits a hotel with a health club ethos, breakfast on the shady terrace is perfectly balanced between naughty and nice, with fitness juices and fresh fruit offset by tasty pastries and the creamiest coffee, all served on Provençal crockery.
La Pergola, Le Mas Candille’s al fresco summer restaurant, invites you to enjoy its magical poolside ambience, with panoramic sunset views. Take a look at La Pergola’s summer 2019 Menus for lunch and dinner.
he Michelin-starred Le Candille offers a boutique dining experience situated in the beautiful Mougins countryside. The artistic finesse of the dining room is equally matched by the creative flair of Chef Xavier Burelle, and the result is an unparalleled dining experience. Guests can choose to dine al fresco beneath the shade-dappled terrace, while enjoying the stunning views of Grasse and the Pre Alps, or within the sumptuous surroundings of the main dining room. True food lovers will really enjoy dining inside the kitchen, with our Chef’s Table experience, available for dinner. If you’re searching for a Michelin restaurant on the Cote d’Azur, you’ll want to try this one!
Market Menu at Le Candille
Every lunchtime, you can sample the Market Menu created by chef Xavier Burelle, highlighting a fresh seasonal ingredient.
Cooking Class with our Head Chef!
Join our Chef Xavier Burelle in the kitchens of Le Candille, Our Michelin-starred restaurant, for a culinary experience to remember. In a one-to-one lesson, or with a partner or a few friends, you can learn some of the secrets from a professional.
The Chef’s Table
The Chef’s Table allows you to discover the ultimate dining experience for two inside the kitchen of Le Candille. Book the ultimate foodies experience during a Tuesday to Saturday night service. The Chef’s Table is an unforgettable moment to share with someone special.
With food being such an important part of Le Mas Candille hotel, a lot of beautiful French cuisine graces the wonderful French menus on offer in our restaurants. Our passion for delicious flavours and service has gained us quite the reputation and it’s something we pride ourselves on. Within our culinary offerings, we also embrace a wonderful English tradition, Afternoon Tea, which visitors are able to book with us.
Impress your friends and family with your skilful patisserie creations after a cookery lesson in the hotel kitchens with our talented pastry chef. Olivier will teach you and your friends new pastry and dessert-making skills and some professional secrets, during a two-hour lesson at Le Mas Candille.
Bar and Terrace
The cosy Bar and Terrace at Le Mas Candille are open all year round for both non-residents and hotel guests. Whether enjoying a classic drink from our extensive Bar List or having a morning coffee with friends or perhaps tasting a delicious cocktail by our open fire in the winter or on the terrace the rest of the year, Le Mas Bar is a favourite with all. As soon as the first sunny days occur, the Terrace is the perfect place to unwind with a panoramic view of the Riviera countryside. Enjoy the last rays of sunshine followed by a mesmerising sunset, or extend your after-dinner evening into the night while sipping a flute of Champagne.
Wine Cellar and Wine Escapes
Discover the details and secrets of the wine cellar at Le Mas Candille with Julien Leroux, Head Sommelier of our 1* Michelin restaurant, Le Candille. During a one-of-a-kind, exclusive wine tasting, you’ll uncover some of the jewels from our cellar’s collection. At any one time, Le Mas Candille’s wine cellar holds around 400 bottles – with the stock ever-changing on a daily basis. Your wine cellar experience will be nothing short of unique. Your palate will embark on a journey through France’s most renowned wine regions from Bordeaux, Bourgogne and the Rhône Valley to the best local wines from our region.
Come for the summer Pilates, spinning, stretch and boot camp – or simply wallow in one of three pools. The secluded grounds, stretching over eight acres, are dotted with terraces – and fitness equipment. For sporty types there are exercise bikes in an olive grove and a canopied open-air gym. For sybarites there’s a beauty salon and a ESPA-branded spa offering pampering Swedish, sports or aromatherapy massages. For dreamers, there’s the jacuzzi in the Zen garden. For sleepy sorts, there’s a hammock. The hotel can also set up a private visit to the magical Museum of Classical Art, which whisks you from Ancient Rome to Matisse and Damian Hurst. In Grasse, slightly further afield, the staff can sort a fascinating Gallimard perfume-making experience.
There are three pools including a children’s pool, there is also 40,000sq meters of parkland to enjoy.
Relax and unwind in a peaceful haven of wellbeing at this 5-star hotel and spa. Luxury and indulgence are at the heart of the blissful spa at Le Mas Candille. Treatments by ESPA are guaranteed to delight, as well as the beauty and tranquillity of the zen-styled gardens.