Set within a 17th century palace in the leafy town of Saint-Rémy-de-Provence, lies the petite yet luxurious Hôtel d’Almeran. The once sleepy area, much famed for Van Gogh's love of its light and landscapes, has become a cosmopolitain hotspot complete with world-class restaurants and shops where the anceint and modern regularly intermingle and become one. Falling lockstep with its surrounds, the Hôtel d’Almeran's meticulous renovation and restoration, led by architect and hotel co-owner Margot Stängle, highlights the beauty of its 17th century architecture with contrasting modern and contemporary pieces from the likes of Eileen Gray, Sebastian Herkner and Konstantin Grcic. The color scheme was kept simple and fresh with light woods, earthy tones and ample doeses of white, and while the former palace once served hoast to 24 rooms, Stängle made the descision to convert them into seven spacious suites. The hotel also boasts a innovative nouveau Mediterranean restaurant and private dining space below and a rooftop pool uptop. South of France here we come!