This former manor house, built in the 19th century on the Meï-Lésé hill, is set in a park of palm trees and oleanders overlooking the bay, where the scents of the seaside and the pine forest mingle. Once farmland, vines and fruit trees were harvested in the grounds of this grand residence, much to the delight of the notable owners who made it their home throughout the 20th century.

From mansion to hotel, extended and embellished by its various owners over more than two centuries, statues, sculptures and balusters are in perfect harmony in this 4-star hotel, with its surprisingly rich heritage.

Franck and Laurianne, the happy owners of Le Meï-Lésé, have succeeded in making its elegance and charm flourish, subtly blending past and present to offer visitors all the soul of a 4-star hotel steeped in history.