Lily of the Valley is about wellness and luxury. Throughout the year, the hotel offers its guests a luxurious and welcoming setting, where they can pursue their weight loss goals with the support of a team of experts.
Lily of the Valley comprises 2,000 m² dedicated to wellness, weight loss and sport. Featuring a large fitness room, fitness class studios, a semi-Olympic pool heated all year round, treatment and consultation rooms, saunas, a steam room, and a snow shower, the Shape Club welcomes Lily of the Valley guests looking for support to achieve their weight loss goals. Here, they're guided and motivated by a team of professionals who apply the methods drawn up by Lily of the Valley's consultant nutritionist doctor, Dr Jacques Fricker.
From yoga to indoor cycling and aquatic sports, you can enjoy a group class or private sessions with our qualified coaches. Take advantage of the hotel's sports equipment and facilities, or get fit in the great outdoors while soaking up the natural environment of Gigaro.
Chef Vincent Maillard and his team draw inspiration from the Mediterranean region to create delicious, healthy, sun-drenched cuisine. Filled with color and flavor, his dishes tantalize the taste buds and invite you to indulge in guilt-free goodness.
Open throughout the year, Lily of the Valley welcomes you for a short getaway or a long break.
Discreet yet attentive to all your needs, our staff are here to look after you. Their aim is to ensure that you enjoy a personalized experience, whether you're following a program devised by nutritionist doctor Dr Jacques Fricker, or simply enjoying the extra little services offered throughout your stay.
With Lily of the Valley, Philippe Starck created a hotel that does not impose itself on Nature, but adapts to it. Inspired by the Hanging Gardens of Babylon, the architecture of Provençal abbeys and the style of Californian villas, Philippe Starck has designed forty-four rooms and suites with comfort, culture and generosity. In this setting, with its lush vegetation, it's as if Nature had reclaimed the mineral buildings, and as if they had always been there...