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Our luxury resorts in France

Explore our resorts in France

Much like the country itself, your ALL holiday resort in France has it all: premium accommodations, indulgent restaurants, blissful spas and no end of exciting things to do.




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About France

France is the world’s favourite tourist destination, and that is little wonder given all the treasures and luxurious lifestyle it has to offer. Its landscapes are incomparably varied, featuring everything from mountains to beaches and forests to Mediterranean scrublands, and its many historic sites have been beautifully preserved. Your ALL luxury resort gives you access to all these wonders including a taste of the à la Française lifestyle, and much more.

Frequently asked questions

France is easy to get to from every direction and via air, sea and land. It is highly connected to the rest of Europe via extensive road and rail networks, so travelling around independently is very possible, and there are ferries too (highly convenient if you want to bring a car). If you decide to hire or

bring your own vehicle, look out for private parking in your ALL wellness resort. You will also find plentiful international and domestic flights around the country every day, all of which touch down in airports with excellent public transport links.

There is so much to do in every part of France, from its exciting cities to the depths of its beautiful countryside, that one trip simply won’t be enough to explore everything the local area has to offer. You will also find your ALL luxury resort offers all kinds of activities for guests of all ages. At the Domaine des Vanneaux Golf and Spa – MGallery Collection, for instance, you will find an 18-hole and a 9-hole golf course on site, while the La Grande Terrasse Hotel & Spa La Rochelle – MGallery Collection has tennis courts nearby and an on-site gym for guests who want to keep active during their stay in France.

Needless to say, France is the world’s culinary destination par excellence. The country has always been a leading light for food culture around the world, and it is simply impossible to visit without making several new gourmet discoveries you will want to take home with you. ALL’s luxury resorts very much reflect France’s gourmet heritage. At the Mercure Courchevel Hotel, for example, guests will be able to tuck into Savoyard specialities at both Les Terrasses du Lac and La Montagnette, while at the Côte Ouest Thalasso & Spa Sables d'Olonne – MGallery boutique resort there is Côte Ouest. There, you can enjoy seafood delicacies and the fish of the day while looking out over a sea view.

ALL’s wellness resorts in France have a plethora of spas for guests to enjoy, making them a wonderful place to rest and relax. At the ibis Hyeres Plage Thalassa beach resort, for example, the Thalassa Sea & Spa was revamped in 2019 to include not just a thalassotherapy and fitness centre, but a swimming pool, fitness room and solarium. Its treatment programme offers all the benefits of the sea in a serene space designed for pampering. The Domaine des Vanneaux Golf and Spa – MGallery is similarly well appointed, with a fitness room filled with all the latest equipment for guests who need to burn off some steam.

France is truly a year-round destination. If you are looking for a Christmas resort, for instance, you might consider one of ALL’s beautiful options in the mountains for an unforgettable holiday in a magical setting. France’s high season is generally considered to be July and August when temperatures can get hot and children are out of school. Around this time, cities tend to be quieter as all the locals head for the countryside and the coast. Spring and autumn can bring some lovely, albeit less predictable, weather as well as some cultural highlights such as the grape harvest, while winter usually sees the colder weather arrive (especially in the north and mountains).

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