If you choose the Fleur Dumas suite, you’ll be staying in one of the last two rooms inhabited by the youngest of Ulysse Dumas’ daughters, Anita, who was known as “la demoiselle” (“the damsel”) in the village of Uzès. To pay tribute to her, Guy and Gauthier chose to keep original features like the cement floor tiles or the old food safe, which lend great charm to this room in your Provençal boutique hotel.
In the open-plan bathroom, retro features from the 30s are sure to catch your eye: an old triptych mirror, a large old-style bathtub with baroque feet…
The two adjoining rooms have been so sensitively restored and adapted that if Anita Dumas were ever to return, she would recognise her home although it has been entirely transformed into a luxury hotel.
Even the neon suspension lights by the Belgian design company Dark, or the jute cloth curtains created by our seamstress Antoinette, would be pleasing to her eye.
A luxurious suite for prestige tourism, ideal for lovers of 30s design.