“When Paul Roux opened his modest inn in the 1930s, he wouldn't have dreamed it would become the famous, chic hotel it is today. Many of his customers were struggling artists. The result: the art and sculpture on display to this day is extraordinary. The style is rustic chic and refreshingly casual, whether by the pool, on the flower-filled terrace or in the cosy sunken sitting room. A legendary hotel.”
Written by Leonie Glass
"A rustic, family-run inn once favored by the likes of Picasso and Matisse, La Colombe d’Or in Provence still offers simple country pleasures — albeit amidst some of the world’s most iconic masterworks, casually bestowed by its famous guests."
Originally published by New York Times (view article)