Stay at Hotel De Pavie
An ancient convent welcoming pilgrims on their journeys. An open air cafe where villagers came to dance. An inn and finally a hotel. All are monikers of the Hotel de Pavie, set in the heart of the UNESCO world heritage site that is Saint Emilion in Bordeaux.You can sense the history in every corner of this boutique hotel, no more so than when you gaze out of your window onto ancient Saint Emilion, the same view that has been viewed by centuries of guests before you. This is your chance to add your name to the long list of travelers who have stayed - and loved - Hotel de Pavie.
If you love wine, the hotel’s location couldn’t be better. It’s in central Saint Emilion, a charming medieval village surrounded by some of the most exclusive vineyards in the world. Bordeaux is just 50 minutes by car and the Dordogne with its prehistoric caves, is an hour away.
Varied and unique by style and location. If you want to be in town, stay at the bell tower house where the rooms were designed by famous interior designer Alberto Pinto, or the village house, accessed by a glass elevator carved into rock. For those of you looking for more seclusion, book at the Pavie residence. Three bedrooms and one suite is set 3km away in the most famous Saint Emilion Grand Cru vineyards.
Who is it for
A boutique hotel in romantic Saint Emilion is made for couples wanting to reconnect and recharge in the quiet serenity of Bordeaux’s vineyards.
Facilities & activities
This is a place to rest and relax so don’t expect wild partying. Think more private tastings at some of the most respected Bordeaux wineries (not an easy feat to arrange alone). And be sure to dine at the hotel’s superb two star Michelin restaurant overseen by chef Yannick Alléno, whose dedication to local products and technical skills in the kitchen is difficult to rival in this region.