Terre Blanche Hotel Reviews; Provence, France
The Critics Guide

Liberty London
Home  >  Hotel Reviews  >  Provence  >  Terre Blanche Hotel

Terre Blanche Hotel, Provence

3100 Route de Bagnols-en-ForÍt, 83440, Tourrettes, France
Terre Blanche Hotel Review
4 Star Rating
1 April 2014Terre Blanche HotelTags: Provence, France, Spa reviewsThe Bill: £433 per night

Terre Blanche, can be found located in Provence, just a short drive from Cannes. Described as a golf and spa resort.

The first thing we noted on arrival was the impressive grounds. Upon entering the gates, we were pointed in the direction of the reception area. The lobby of the hotel itself is very spacious and intriguing - with an eclectic art collection.

After a swift check-in, we were escorted to our premier suite on a golf buggy. During our buggy ride, we couldnít fail to notice the intriguing sculptures and modern art dotted around every corner - itís a very interesting place.

All of Terre Blancheís suites are located in self-contained buildings, housing around four suites per building. Guests can walk around the resort during their stay, or request to be picked up anytime by a golf buggy.

ďWe would have preferred for the suite to feel a little more luxurious.Ē

We were unfortunately slightly underwhelmed when we arrived at our premier suite. The title Ďpremierí would suggest to us that the suite would be fairly special. The suite did have a large lounge and bedroom area and a walk-in wardrobe. The bathroom was also large and marbled, and the suite did boast a balcony with sun loungers, as well as a table and chairs. The issue we had with the suite was not one of space, but more with the interior, which was very dated. Characterless furniture and an uncomfortable sofa made for a disappointing experience.

That being said, the suite did include an espresso machine and a stocked mini bar. However, I would say that this suite is more geared towards a family or corporate weekend, as opposed to a luxurious suite for a romantic getaway.

The selling point of Terre Blanche is definitely the spa and swimming facilities. If you wish to experience relaxing tranquillity and a huge variety of treatments, then this is certainly the place for you.

Treatments include indulgent massages, body scrubs, and body wraps, and the spaís pool is a fantastic place to swim, with the facility to swim from inside to outside. Along with a sauna and steam room, they also have a new and very impressive piece of technology called the Huber Motion Lab, which is designed to help with toning, slimming and posture for those who wish to tone up, or perhaps improve their golf swing.

The golf facilities are also fantastic, with two incredible courses, one for member and hotel guests only to help keep it exclusive. Golf buggies and equipment are also available to hotel guests wishing to indulge. They also have a practice centre driving range with professional help on hand whether youíre a pro looking to improve, of a beginner looking to start out. They also have the technology to analyse your performance and help you get to the top of your game. Itís very impressive indeed.

Terre Blanche is a family friendly hotel, and by that, I mean family orientated. Children are very present throughout the resort, which is great for parents, but perhaps not what youíre after if itís a romantic getaway youíre looking for. That being said, the resort do seem to be taking measures to create areas just for children, which will hopefully allow for people to have a quiet drink on the terrace or in the restaurant without noisy children running past.

Outside, Terre Blanche also boasts a very large and impressive infinity pool surrounded by sun loungers and private cabanas. Thereís also a Jacuzzi, and a shallow kids pool.

The resort boasts a number of restaurant options, including Les Caroubiers and Le Gaudina, which we visited during our stay. The resort also offers a gastronomic restaurant, Faventia, which we unfortunately didnít get to visit since it was due to open the following week as the season started.

Overall, we did have an enjoyable experience at Terre Blanche, however, we would just have preferred for the suite to feel a little more luxurious.

Photos courtesy of Terre Blanche Hotel
3 others are viewing this hotel right now

Social Share

Google Plus Linkedin RSS
Provence Hotels   Provence Restaurants
Service: 9reviews of Terre Blanche HotelLocation: 8Terre Blanche Hotel reviewsValue: 8Terre Blanche HotelStyle: 7Terre Blanche Hotel reviewQuality: 9
Recent Reviews
Seven Sins
Seven Sins
We put the spotlight on the industry's most recognisable faces in our new interview segment "Seven Sins". If you want to know what inspires the industry's movers and shakers or what your favourite food loving celebrity likes to indulge in then you'll find it in their Seven Sins.
Raymond Blanc
Chef Patron, Le Manoir
Raymond Blanc Seven Sins
Born in BesanÁon, France, in 1949, Raymond Blanc is acknowledged as one...
Raymond Blanc
Tommy Banks
Chef Patron, The Black Swan Oldstead
Tommy Banks Seven Sins
Tommy heads the kitchen at The Black Swan at Oldstead, which he and his...
Tommy Banks
Fred Sirieix
GM of Galvin at Windows
Fred Sirieix Seven Sins
Fred is an acclaimed International Consultant in the customer services...
Fred Sirieix
Becky Wilkinson
Home Economist & Chef
Becky Wilkinson Seven Sins
Growing up on her parents Fish Farm in Kent with regular trips to Kenya...
Becky Wilkinson
Liberty London
Popular Searches
Amsterdam Luxury Lyon Boutique
Melbourne Luxury Los Angeles Luxury
Sussex Afternoon tea London Cocktail Bar
Paris Fine Dining Hampshire Luxury
© The Critics Guide 2018 HomeHome AboutAbout Privacy & Cookie PolicyprivacyBlogblogTermsblogSocial Media TermstermsSitemapsitemapContact