Fulfill all you gypsy fantasis in bucolic Provence by bedding down in the traditional French caravan. A cheerful green, it has been installed close to La Bastide de Marie, a spa hotel within one of the Luberon National Park's premier wineries.
Although they have yet to achieve their international acclaim of Ian Schrager and Philippe Starck, Jean-Louis and Jocelyne Sibuet are fast on their way to becomming one of France's most formidable hotelier-designers duos. The couple's stylish achievements range from creating the chicest chalets in the Alpin resort of Megève to turning a cluster of Renaissance building in the medieval quarter of Lyon into the strikingly contemporary Cour des Loges hotel.
In the last few decades, no one has shaped the French hotel scene like Jocelyne Sibuet. Since bringing glamour back to out-of-favour Megève when she opened the game-changing Fermes de Marie almost 30 years ago, the interior designer has created some of the most beautiful properties in her home country — or indeed anywhere.