Hotel and Restaurants on the Giens Peninsula in Hyères

A Panoramic View

Real place of serinity where are linked tradition with modernity, the Hôtel Le Provençal situated on the south tip of the Giens Peninsula and in a charming village with a Panoramic view on the islands of Hyères : Porquerolles, Port-Cros et Levant.  

In addition to an idyllic area surrounded by the sea and the pins, the hotel offer to our guests to enjoy our 2 hectares private park, located 400 meters down the hotel with a sea-water swimming pool, a private beach build in the rock, a tennis court, and fields of petanque and Beach-volley…

Since 1951, The family Michel-Piffet has been welcoming their guests in their unique and stunning place. Here, the nature surrounds everyone and invite to chill and enjoy simply the moment

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Hotel, apartments and restaurants

Le Provençal Hotel, Residential Hotel and Restaurants provides guests with many services and amenities.

Every one of this 3-star hotel's 41 bedrooms, tucked away in a French village, promises comfort and relaxation. The residential hotel offers 23 fully-equipped apartments for longer stays, nestled at the heart of a private pine grove.

Experience a wide range of French cuisine thanks to our four restaurants, from hearty traditional fare to fine dining. Discover La Rascasse, our gourmet restaurant and its mouth-watering menu, try La Brasserie du Provençal for its timeless and convivial charm, or one of our summer restaurants, Le Barbecue and Le Bar du Soleil, to appreciate local flavours in different scenic locations.

Host your business events in our state-of-the art seminar room, which receives natural light. It is perfectly-suited for product launches, executive committees, general meetings, corporate retreats, residential seminars, team-building trips and more.


Services and Amenities

Le Provençal's young and dynamic team are dedicated to offering you an extremely comfortable stay, high-quality services and amenities.

  • Our 3-star hotel, open from April to October, boasts 41 bedrooms is closed for the season
  • Our year-round residential hotel, perfect for longer stays, features 23 apartments spread over three large villas.
  • Gourmet restaurant La Rascasse is closed for the season
  • The bistro-style La Brasserie du Provençal is closed for the season
  • The summer grill restaurant Le Barbecue is closed for the season
  • Le Bar du Soleil, in our garden is open all year around from wednesday to sunday
  • Free wifi in every building
  • Reading and TV room
  • Two seminar rooms and outdoor banquet space
  • Seawater pool carved out of the cliff and private beach just 400 m down from the hotel
  • Sprawling 2-hectare grounds featuring tennis, beach volley and bocce courts.
  • Guests-only parking just 400 m down from the hotel

Hotel Le Provençal, A Place With Character

Run by the same family for three generations, Le Provençal has stayed true to its original family-style hospitality, its commitment to the art of living and authenticity. Our only priority is your wellbeing and comfort, allowing you to fully enjoy the company of your loved ones and to savour what is sure to be an unforgettable stay.

Built in 1951, the property boasts an architectural style typical of Provence, a charming feature its owners have always been committed to highlighting. Monsieur Michel, founder of Le Provençal, opened it in 1951 after leaving his prestigious position as Head Chef at the famous Lido cabaret in Paris to fulfil his dream of opening his very own establishment in a unique and peaceful location. This dream became a reality for him here in Giens, the Southernmost village on the Côte d’Azur.

The hotel is certifiedQualité Tourisme

Sea-View Swimming Pool

Mediterranean Ambience

Current owners Benjamin and Damien Piffet are utterly passionate about the history of the hotel their grandfather founded, and their love for Provence permeates Le Provençal's décor, atmosphere and food. This new-generation duo, supported by a young and enthusiastic team, has infused the hotel's quality of service with a fresh dynamism.

This atmosphere is also apparent in the hotel's decor: its facade painted in typical Provence style, the landscaped pine grove, the "restanque" (a style of retaining wall characteristic of the region), sloping down to the sea, offering a gorgeous view of the Mediterranean.

In line with this passion for authenticity, Le Provençal also works with local artisans and producers: the fresh fish served in its restaurants is supplied by the fishermen of Niel and La Madrague, and they source their honey, and fresh vegetables and herbs from the Hyères area.


Jazz Nights at Le Provençal