A feast of architecture, cuisine, viniculture and art. France is the quintessential luxury destination.

Accommodation in France

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The 12 passenger L'Impressionniste began life as a cargo barge in Holland, before being transformed into the powerful canal and river cruiser she is today.

Villa Florentine

On a Lyon hillside overlooking Saint Jean Baptiste Cathedral within a 17th century villa, stands Villa Florentine, a picture of historic French elegance.

La Perouse, Cote D'Azur

Designed by a leading Provençal architect and a member of Leading Small Hotels of the World, this opulent but intimate hotel is the perfect base from which to explore the fantastic restaurants, boutiques and cafés of this region.

Le Cep & Spa Marie de Bourgogne

Le Cep & Spa Marie de Bourgogne is a stunning ancient hostelry in the heart of Beaune.

Hôtel Napoléon

An historic, Art Deco-style hotel just a stone’s throw from the Champs-Elysées and the Arc du Triomphe, Hôtel Napoléon offers all the splendour of a large and very Parisian private house.

The Royal-Riviera

The Royal-Riviera is a glamorous palace hotel, built in 1904, situated between three of the Cote d’Azur’s most exclusive resorts towns - Beaulieu, Villefranche and St-Jean-Cap-Ferrat.

Hotel La Mirande

Next door to the Pope's Palace, Hotel La Mirande is situated in a period townhouse built on the remains of a medieval cardinal’s palace and features superb 18th century interiors with antique furniture and original tapestries.

Domaine des Hauts de Loire

Domaine des Hauts de Loire is one of the classic French château hotels. This Relais & Châteaux listed former hunting lodge, built in 1860, is surrounded by 180 acres of parkland just outside Onzain.

Château La Chenevière

An elegant hideaway set in the Normandy countryside, Château La Chenèviere Hotel is a gracious 18th century château surrounded by attractive gardens and parkland close to historic Bayeux.

Hotel Lutetia

Hotel Lutetia is an iconic landmark in Paris’ vibrant Saint-Germain-des-Prés and the only luxury grand hotel on the Left Bank.

Amadeus Provence

Amadeus Provence' offers spacious cabins and suites — all with French or walk-out balconies — and an open, modern design paired with Old World hospitality making for a superb, stylish cruising experience.

L'Art de Vivre

​L’Art de Vivre was built in England during World War One as a supply vessel to the allied troops of the Somme.