Boutique hotels in France

Discover our collection of the best boutique hotels in France.

We propose hotels with a unique concept (yoga hotel) for retreats. Whether you want to unwind in spas with the latest technology or focus on relaxation. There are many reasons why you might choose a luxury yoga spa vacation and a hotel with a luxury wellness center. 

Our small luxury hotels in France are also perfect as a starting point for your visits to Paris or Lyon. Indeed our small boutique hotels in Paris are a good start for your stay in Paris. And go take some pictures of the Eiffel tower.

Enjoy a unique experience in our boutique hotels in France for your stay and perfect service.

Whether you want to book a luxury boutique hotel in the south of France or a luxury small hotel in Bordeaux. You will experience hospitality, cultural authenticity, and inspiring design.

Take a pick from our selection of France’s best boutique hotels. Our choices of luxury small hotels in France have that certain so french touch that everyone’s looking for when in France. Whether you are looking for the best hotels in Paris or luxury small hotels in Provence, La France has it all.

Boutiques hotels in France

Whether you seek a luxury honeymoon on the French Riviera, a family-friendly escapade in Burgundy, or a weekend in Paris. Or maybe a stay in a boutique hotel in Bordeaux with a swimming pool. Our selection of designed hotels in France will ensure that your stay in France is seamless.

Our fancy art deco hotels in France are located in the city center or in a very trendy area. Thus, you have easy access to restaurants and bars. Also, you can go on a weekend in Loire Valley in one of our boutique property collections.

We selected these hotels for their design and their unique concept.

If you are planning a trip to France alone or as a couple, booking a stay in a luxury boutique hotel in Provence is ideal. Whether you want to stay in a boutique hotel in Aix en Provence, or a luxury hotel in Avignon as a starting point for all your excursions we carefully hand-picked each one. Our collection of small luxury hotels in France has less than 100 rooms and remains true to the local culture.

For travelers who are seeking the authentic experience of living where they’re visiting: boutique hotels are the best alternative.

Where can I find the best luxury small hotels in France?

If you ever ask yourself the question “Where can I find the best luxury small hotels in France?” The first impressions that come to mind are Côtee d'Azur, Paris, Nice, Saint-Remy de Provence, and Bordeaux. But there are a lot of amazingly designed hotels in much more leisurely and retreating places among the most beautiful little villages of France like Saint-Rémy de Provence.

Certainly, in these boutique hotels in France, you will have local organic produce fresh out of the garden. Our boutique hotels in France are made by renowned architects and often in building rich in history through the centuries. Afterward, you can find some exhibitions in the lobby of some greats locals artists and designers.

Small french hotels are great because you will undoubtedly find authentic experiences and a unique atmosphere for memorable memories. The boutique hotel experience is the feeling of living in someone's home because of the intimate size of the hotel. However without neglecting your hotel requirements. 

Are you looking for a luxury holiday in France that leaves you feeling relaxed and happy? Our boutique hotels in France are not affiliated with any chain. Our boutique hotels in France are privately owned or belong to small independent chains. They cultivate the “boutique” feel because they are too small to compete on name alone. 

Whether you are looking for extravaganza french chic or luxury retreats our handpicked choices are among the best. What constitutes a perfect holiday in France start always a good small boutique hotel where to stay in.

For more, discover our holiday homes in France for rent, our activities, and private tours.

Our collection of luxury holiday villas in France

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Luxury private tours in France

Live a unique experience in boutique hotels in France.

Villa Maïa Lyon

in Boutique Hotels in Lyon

Villa Maïa Lyon

  •   Boutique Hotels in Lyon
  •   Starting at: 402 € / night
  •   Number of Room Types: 4
  •   Ideal for Business , Couple
  •   Check-In Time: 3:00 pm / Check-Out Time: 12:00 pm
  •   Speaking: French , English

Villa Maïa Lyon. Located on the Fourvière hill in Lyon and offering a panoramic view of the city, Villa Maïa Lyon offers a heated indoor swimming pool, a jacuzzi, a hammam, and a gym.

Beauty connoisseurs will love the 29 rooms and 7 suites inspired by Japanese art. Then, there’s the 100 m² apartment with views as far as Mont Blanc, overlooking the boats navigating the Saône and Rhone rivers.

Be amazed by the lights that glimmer from the city at night. Get lost in your thoughts as you look out from your terrace onto contemplative gardens.

Firstly Villa Maïa’s architecture has been designed by Jean-Michel Wilmotte. The appearance of the spellbinding, matt glass, opaque, bronze-tinted panels dances to the rhythm of the sun. For the decor, Maïa Group chose world-renowned, French interior designer, Jacques Grange, the master of “bon goût à la française”. In the contemporary rooms with a hint of art deco, Jacques Grange uses understated and made-to-measure furniture. Tones oscillate between brown and oatmeal, accentuated with brightly colored accessories.

However, gardens look like landscapes. Indeed from your terrace. Facing south. Gardens without pathways, without routes or benches. Instead, gardens to observe and breathe in, upon which to meditate. They are connected to the vegetable gardens of the convents of old, linked by a harmonious, plot-based interpretation of the vegetation. Like a perfect, serene drawing seen from above. Oaks, yews, irises and carnations, meadow flowers, and wild grasses. They all exude a restful bygone time and a mythical calm dreamt up in the present by landscape gardener Louis Benech.

Thirdly, in a time belonging to a distant memory, during the Gallo-Roman era, the hill was the symbol of the capital of Gaul. There was yet another time in which the Antiquaille cared for all pain and suffering. Today, Villa Maïa’s baths celebrate the art of care. Certainly, they represent the spa in its original form, divinely scented with wood essences combined with notes of plants from the gardens.

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Villa Maïa Lyon. Located on the Fourvière hill in Lyon and offering a panoramic view of the city, Villa Maïa Lyon offers a heated indoor swimming pool, a jacuzzi, a hammam, and a gym.

Beauty connoisseurs will love the 29 rooms and 7 suites inspired by Japanese art. Then, there’s the 100 m² apartment with views as far as Mont Blanc, overlooking the boats navigating the Saône and Rhone rivers.

Be amazed by the lights that glimmer from the city at night. Get lost in your thoughts as you look out from your terrace onto contemplative gardens.

Firstly Villa Maïa’s architecture has been designed by Jean-Michel Wilmotte. The appearance of the spellbinding, matt glass, opaque, bronze-tinted panels dances to the rhythm of the sun. For the decor, Maïa Group chose world-renowned, French interior designer, Jacques Grange, the master of “bon goût à la française”. In the contemporary rooms with a hint of art deco, Jacques Grange uses understated and made-to-measure furniture. Tones oscillate between brown and oatmeal, accentuated with brightly colored accessories.

However, gardens look like landscapes. Indeed from your terrace. Facing south. Gardens without pathways, without routes or benches. Instead, gardens to observe and breathe in, upon which to meditate. They are connected to the vegetable gardens of the convents of old, linked by a harmonious, plot-based interpretation of the vegetation. Like a perfect, serene drawing seen from above. Oaks, yews, irises and carnations, meadow flowers, and wild grasses. They all exude a restful bygone time and a mythical calm dreamt up in the present by landscape gardener Louis Benech.

Thirdly, in a time belonging to a distant memory, during the Gallo-Roman era, the hill was the symbol of the capital of Gaul. There was yet another time in which the Antiquaille cared for all pain and suffering. Today, Villa Maïa’s baths celebrate the art of care. Certainly, they represent the spa in its original form, divinely scented with wood essences combined with notes of plants from the gardens.