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36 new Relais & Châteaux in the 2011 Guide “La Route du Bonheur” spans the globe

In 2011, Relais & Châteaux has expanded by 36 new properties, chosen after a rigorous selection process involving inspections of more than 100 establishments.

The new members include 12 in Europe, 1 in Morocco, 12 in Asia, 5 in the United States, 4 in South America, 1 in New Zealand, and even 1 in Vanuatu. Each and every one, whether historic or contemporary, located in the city or the countryside, is unique in its charm, elegance, excellence of service and quality of hospitality. These small properties with an average of 30 rooms are often family enterprises, and they all bear the mark of the soul of the innkeeper which impresses on them their own character and personality. With these 36 new properties, the famous “Route du Bonheur”, an invitation, in the 1950s, to tour the byways of France, today appears in the guise of a extraordinary journey around the planet. Follow the Guide….

In Europe, all the refinements of a unique art de vivre

In France, near Lyon, in the heart of the former spa resort of Charbonnières-les-Bains, Le Pavillon de la Rotonde & Spa waits to be discovered: an oasis of well-being and contemporary art de vivre with cuisine by Philippe Gauvreau, Grand Chef Relais & Châteaux. In the golden triangle of the Lubéron, La Bastide de Capelongue is the Mecca of refinement and Provence-style gastronomy in the capable hands of Edouard Loubet, also a Grand Chef Relais & Châteaux. In Saint Tropez, the Pan dei Palais, a delightfully sumptuous hotel dedicated to a Punjab Princess, offers princely life on the Côte d‟Azur.

In northern Europe in the Netherlands, there is Kasteel Engelenburg nestling in the middle of the forest set within 250 acres of landscaped grounds. This is a splendid 16th century castle, complete with a 19th century conservatory garden with a tropical atmosphere. The German island of Sylt, in the North Sea, is a favourite with artists and boasts a stunning natural landscape and its own individual culture; here you can retire to Landhaus Stricker, a secluded getaway with sporting facilities. Farther north still, in Tallin, Estonia, there is a legendary property: a medieval monument reinterpreted through contemporary design. The Three Sisters Hotel is the place where celebrities and royals choose to stay in the region.

A visit to the UK? Why not enjoy an aristocratic sojourn, one and a half hours from London, in Hampshire at Lime Wood, a tastefully-refurbished classic Regency country house. Or maybe the refined art de vivre at The Bath Priory Hotel, with its magnificent gardens. It‟s the ideal base from which to explore the town of Bath, in South West England, classed as a World Heritage Site and well-known since antiquity for its hot spring baths.

In Italy, there are three new properties where the art of hospitality is both generous and refined. In Florence, the Relais Santa Croce, a former private mansion that has been sumptuously refurbished, can be your pied-à-terre when you visit the city and savour the Florentine art de vivre. On the island of Ischia, thermal hot springs, well-known since antiquity, lavish their healing properties on guests at Terme Manzi Hotel, a gem of 19th century architecture. In the heart of the region of Apulia, with its wealth of history and mystery, you can stop off at Relais Villa San Martino, a former villa surrounded by magnificent gardens.

All roads lead to Santiago de Compostela, and, for centuries now, hikers and pilgrims have converged on that small Galician town. The tour of Europe ends at A Quinta da Auga, a unique ecological hotel set in a magnificently-restored 18th century former paper factory.

Finally, across the Mediterranean you are in Casablanca where the Doge Hotel & Spa awaits, a jewel from the heyday of the 1930s, and the ideal place to stay if you want to explore the capital of Art Deco architecture.

In Asia, dream palaces and historic residences where you can step back in time and history

As we leaf our way through the Guide, we turn to Asia. First to savour the art de vivre in Eternal India, at the Serai in Jailsamer, staying in a sumptuous, air-conditioned tent with bathroom and terrace in the middle of the Thar desert, in Rajasthan. In the Madhya Pradesh, Prince Richard Holkar is your host at Ahilya Fort, an 18th century fortress overlooking the sacred Narmada river. And if you want to recharge your batteries through meditation and Ayurveda, what better place than Shreya’s Retreat in Bangalore: only 25 guests at a time go there to gently practise yoga in its myriad forms.

Our itinerary takes us through Sri Lanka and its tea plantations, where you can stay in the four restored planter‟s bungalows of Ceylon Tea Trails near the Central Highlands, a World Heritage Site. Bali offers a total change of atmosphere, with the four architect-designed villas of Villa Mathis and a sensuous spa in an immaculately-preserved, secluded Garden of Eden. In Luang Prabang, the capital of the former kings of Laos and a UNESCO World Heritage Site, Satri House is a delightful garden-hotel set in the heart of a garden-town. And in Thailand, Supanniga Home offers three villas right in the middle of the countryside.

China may be hurtling forward at a prodigious rate, and yet it does not turn its back on its historical and cultural treasures. This is clearly the case with the three new Relais & Châteaux where you can step back in time. In Shanghai, Sun Chine hotel is an elegantly-restored historical residence from the time of the Concessions, with many mementos from the 1930s. And if you are looking for fine dining, you must try Family Li Imperial Cuisine, where Ivan Li, Grand Chef Relais & Châteaux, is rediscovering culinary traditions from the time of the Qing dynasty. Jing’s Residence, the former mansion of a silk merchant, set in the heart of the ancient fortified town of Pingyao, a UNESCO World Heritage Site, offers charm, elegance and authenticity.

In Japan, Kitano Hotel in Kobe pays tribute to French-style art de vivre in a Western-style 19th century residence, and offers the opportunity to enjoy the cuisine of Hiroshi Yamaguchi, a Grand Chef Relais & Châteaux. In Tokushima, Kokin Aoyagi is the restaurant of the highly- renowned Hirohisa Koyama, Grand Chef Relais & Châteaux: in his view, gastronomy is an art and a philosophy, a meditation courtesy of flavour.

In America and Oceania: the delights of the New World

Let us set off for the American continent to the north of the state of New York, the Bedford Post, a warmly hospitable inn set in the midst of a forest, belongs to Richard Gere, Relais & Châteaux Ambassador for 2011. Nearby in the Hudson valley, there is a breath of Tuscany in the air at Glenmere Mansion, with its spectacular gardens and contemporary art collection, set in 150 acres of grounds. In Washington D.C., The Jefferson, an urban oasis with a cosy art de vivre, can be found just 5 minutes from the White House.

For something completely different, why not take a magical break in North Carolina, at Westglow Resort and Spa, a neo-classical building once an artist‟s studio, set in 40 acres of grounds. And if you want to enjoy one of the best culinary experiences in Southern California, indulge yourself at Addison, the restaurant is run by Grand Chef Relais & Châteaux, William Bradley.

In South America, three stunning historic properties have joined us this year: in Mexico, Villa Maria Cristina is an elegant French 19th century townhouse in Guanajuato, in the Sierra Madre Oriental; in Peru, Inkaterra La Casona is an exquisite 16th century colonial manor in Cusco; in Brazil, Hotel Santa Teresa is an old colonial fazenda in the historic, and currently „trendiest‟, quarter of Rio de Janeiro.

The Lapostolle Residence in the heart of the Clos Atalpa domain, is one of Chile‟s flagship wine-growing areas, renowned for its outstanding architecture and unique landscape.

Far in the southern hemisphere in New Zealand, just minutes from Queenstown, on Lake Wakatipu, Matakauri Lodge awaits us, with its legacy of ancient Maori legend. The last stage of the journey, quite literally to the end of the world: waterfalls, volcanoes, coral reefs… and, most importantly a superb eco retreat, in the heart of the beautifully-preserved archipelago of Vanuatu. Ratua Private Island is a private island where you can play at being Robinson.

More than ever before, these 36 new properties, with their exceptional art de vivre, allow Relais & Châteaux to assert their values, their original style and their presence “all around the world, unique in the world.”

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Inkaterra La Casona - Peru, Cusco
Hotel and restaurant in town
This exquisite 16th-century colonial manor was one of the first Spanish buildings in Cusco, located just steps away from the picturesque main square. Once occupied by the conquistadors of Peru, it is now an exclusive boutique hotel that has been carefully restored to retain its historical heritage and décor. With its suites set around a Spanish courtyard, replete with antiques and original architectural details, Inkaterra La Casona offers sober elegance without sacrificing authenticity. This is the perfect base from which to explore the vibrant capital of the Incan Empire and absorb the mysticism of the surrounding Andean valleys and villages. ...Read more


Hotel Santa Teresa - Brazil, Rio de Janeiro
Hotel and restaurant in town
The atmosphere of this colonial fazenda combines traditional authenticity with “tropical chic” design. Whether by the pool or in the tropical gardens, the Santa Teresa boasts spectacular panoramic views of the Bay of Rio and the Centro. The unique décor of the rooms features exotic woods, natural fibers and golden slate. The wellness center invites to Xingu massages and Amazonian oil baths. The rising-star chef reinterprets contemporary Brazilian cuisine using fresh and local ingredients. Under the century old arches of the mansion’s former senzala (slave quarters), the lounge of Bar dos Descasados, designed by a local artist, offers a selection of the finest caipirinha. ...Read more


The Serai, Jaisalmer - India, Jaisalmer
Hotel and restaurant in the desert
The Serai, Jaisalmer, a luxurious camp, sits on a 100-acre private estate of indigenous desert scrub, drawing inspiration from the designs of the royal caravan sites of Rajputana; blending their dash and vivacity with modern amenities and services. Venture into the mystical environs of Jaisalmer, discover its fabled golden fortress, now a Unesco World Heritage Site. Amidst this haven of peace the SUJÁN spa offers treatments in enclosed gardens. We serve local delicacies and western selections from daily changing menus that are meticulously planned using fresh ingredients. The enchanting location makes for a perfect evening to succumb to the charms of the legendary Manganiyars musicians. ...Read more


Pan Deï Palais - France, Saint-Tropez
Hotel and restaurant in a village
A French General, who fell in love with a Punjab princess by the name of Bannu Pan Deï, built the Pan Deï Palais in 1835 in Saint-Tropez, as a token of their love. It is as if you are inside a maharajah’s mansion, with an exotic garden and rooms placed under the watchful eye of a Hindu god. The cozy spa and the hammam are a promise of serenity and well-being. Enjoy the peace and quiet next to the pool under the drapes of the Balinese beds. In the evening, this area becomes a lounge bar, just the place to enjoy a cocktail. The restaurant is a very sought-after spot in Saint-Tropez. Dishes of Indian, Asian and French inspiration take you on a genuine voyage of discovery. ...Read more


Bastide de Capelongue - France, Bonnieux en Provence
Grands Chefs Relais & Châteaux Restaurant and hotel in the country
In the heart of the Luberon golden triangle, why not try the fragrant gourmet cuisine of two-star Chef Édouard Loubet at this elegant, sophisticated Provençal bastide. Serenity and art de vivre are the hallmarks of this prestigious hotel which offers its guests a simple and magical experience: to appreciate the décor of the elegant rooms, to breakfast by the side of a fountain, to sip iced herbal tea next to a pool surrounded by lavender, to go and pick food in the morning and then take a cooking class with the chef, or simply to enjoy the setting of the sun and the magnificent views over the village of Bonnieux. ...Read more


Kasteel Engelenburg - Netherlands, Brummen
Hotel and restaurant in the woods
Located amidst elegant vistas of landscaped gardens, a golf course and old trees in a private forest, the 100 hectare estate of Kasteel Engelenburg offers unforgettable excursions in this beautiful region. This 19th century castle is a historical monument, with hand-carved fireplaces, high ceilings, period furniture and sumptuous suites that evoke the splendour of bygone days. The restaurant, in a 19th century conservatory with a tropical atmosphere, is an absolute delight, as are the lounge with its collection of 300 Scottish Single Malts, the medieval wine cellar and its wine collection. The sumptuous rooms and suites are all individually decorated. ...Read more


Landhaus Stricker - Germany, Sylt OT Tinnum
Grands Chefs Relais & Châteaux Restaurant and hotel in town
Landhaus Stricker is the ideal place for a wonderful holiday on Sylt, an island with exceptional natural surroundings and particularly pure air. You will feel in top form there whatever the weather, whether browsing through the library, swimming in the heated pool or lounging on the beach, well protected by a strandkorb, the wickered beach chair used on the North Sea coasts. The 700 m² spa provides fitness, relaxation and treatments. And as a finishing touch, there are culinary delights created by starred Chef Holger Bodendorf. You will appreciate his culinary creations with a Mediterranean flair: Tuna & Cucumber: marinated tuna, fried tuna, tuna tartar, cucumber drop, cucumber mousse, bergamot foam. ...Read more


The Three Sisters Hotel - Estonia, Tallinn
Hotel and restaurant in town
This sophisticated hotel, ideally located next to Saint-Olaf’s church, right in the heart of a city that combines medieval charm with hectic modern living, enjoys a tranquil setting in the old town. The Three Sisters Hotel is a remarkable combination of three merchant houses built in 1362, with passages and secret stairways that link the different floors. The contemporary décor is the perfect foil for magnificently-restored period features, such as the ceiling frescoes rediscovered under 14 layers of wallpaper and the wooden crane used to hoist supplies into the house. Restaurant Bordoo is the perfect place for a late breakfast, a leisurely lunch or a gourmet dinner. ...Read more


Relais Santa Croce - Italy, Florence
Hotel and restaurant in town
The former Ciofi Jacometti Palace in the heart of Florence, restored in a manner that faithfully respects its architecture and original frescoes, is home to the Relais Santa Croce. It is an ideal setting, both charming and intimate, just a stone’s throw from the city’s main attractions. The magnificent rooms and suites with views of the rooftops and Basilica combine period furniture with contemporary design, elegant details and a sumptuous finish. The attentive, impeccable service gives the impression of being welcomed into a private residence. The restaurant Guelfi e Ghibellini offers a seasonal menu that skilfully combines tradition and innovation. ...Read more


Terme Manzi Hotel & Spa - Italy, Casamicciola Terme - Ischia Island
Restaurant and hotel in a village
Located on the magical island of Ischia, in the village of Casamicciola, the Terme Manzi Hotel & Spa is an architectural gem built in the 19th century. This elegant and sophisticated palace, with its beautiful furnishings and decor, is where the mind and body become one to embrace the warm thermal waters of the Gurgitello Spring, well-known since antiquity for their regenerating, healing and therapeutic properties. They best combine with the fabulous qualities of organic volcanic clay for a revitalizing synthesis, the mud therapy. At all three restaurants, the chef chooses from the genuine ingredients that the Ischian sea and countryside have to offer, creating dishes that bring together the great Mediterranean tradition with new Italian culinary creativity, and will take you on a journey to discover the “emotional cuisine”. ...Read more


Hotel & Spa A Quinta da Auga - Spain, Santiago de Compostela
Hotel and restaurant in town
A river runs round the estate and the majestic buildings dating back to the 18th century and then meanders between the trees of a magnificent wood. The grounds exude tranquillity and serenity. A Quinta da Auga is a natural, romantic escape within the World Heritage city of Santiago de Compostela, which welcomes the pilgrims at the final destination on the St James Way pilgrimage route, with an amazing historical town centre. The hotel’s restaurant offers regional delights, seafood and meat dishes. Enjoy a wide range of cultural, oenological and sailing activities in the vicinity. ...Read more


Hôtel & Spa Le Doge - Morocco, Casablanca
Hotel and restaurant in town
In the heart of Casablanca, discover the enchanting Le Doge, an elegant Art Deco residence. Erected in the 1930s, the building was commissioned by an Italian businessman as a gift to his wife, whom he had met in Morocco. Each of rooms and suites is dedicated to a different Art Deco artist giving each space its own unique ambience.The décor has been carefully hand-selected and admirers of the Art Deco style will be awed by the incredible collection of period pieces. The sophistication, elegance and refinement of Le Doge is palpable in its gourmet restaurant and its hanging garden, with the crowning glory of this exceptional hotel, with sweeping views over Casablanca’s beautiful Arab League park. ...Read more


Matakauri Lodge - New Zealand, Queenstown
Hotel and restaurant on a lake
On splendid, mysterious Lake Wakatipu, the cradle of ancient Maori legends and one of the most serene landscapes in the world, Matakauri Lodge offers stunning views of the mountain ranges. Each of the beautiful suites has a private porch, bedroom with sitting area and open fireplace, a walk-in wardrobe and bathroom. Eight of them are outlying, the three other are housed in the main lodge, which also boasts a spacious lounge, dining and living areas with views of the lake. A magnificent spa with pool, sauna and fitness centre all combine to make this the ideal retreat, just seven minutes from Queenstown. ...Read more


Le Sun Chine - China, Shanghai
Hotel and restaurant in town
The French Concession of Shanghai has always been considered as the memory of the glamorous Belle Époque. Le Sun Chine lies calmly in a small lane in the heart of this historic area. It provides well-appointed suites with a blended colonial-Chinese style design, bringing the guests a cozy and homey staying experience. The Chinese restaurant, Lilac Family Cuisine, presents the most traditional taste of land. The indoor swimming pool is another uniqueness that Le Sun Chine offers, winning the best hotel swimming pool design prize nationally. At Le Sun Chine, one will find a peaceful home, isolated from the crowded metropolis, memorizing the life of once upon. ...Read more


Shreyas Retreat - India, Bangalore
Hotel and restaurant in the country
Rated as one of the finest yoga retreats in the world, Shreyas is dedicated to self-discovery and rejuvenation. Shreyas is a seamless blend of the modern and the timeless, sumptuousness and simplicity, indulgence and enlightenment where guests can practice yoga in luxurious and elegant surroundings. The small number of rooms preserves the intimacy and serenity of this large refuge. Guests can delve into ancient Indian texts, meditation techniques and ayurveda. Also on offer are revitalising massages, organic farming, cultural tours and community service. The cuisine is vegetarian and there is a no alcohol policy. A haven of peace for the perfect balance of body, mind and soul. ...Read more


Ceylon Tea Trails - Sri Lanka, Colombo 2
Hotel and restaurant on a lake
Tea Trails is perched at an altitude of 1,250 m in Sri Lanka’s Ceylon tea region, bordering Sri Lanka’s Central Highlands World Heritage site. Stay in one of four authentic tea planters’ bungalows, each one of which has its own charm. Lakeside Castlereagh and Summerville, Norwood with panoramic views, and Tientsin, the most traditionally colonial of the four; they are all decorated with period furniture. Observe life on a working tea estate, savour the gourmet cuisine, and be pampered by a personal butler. This is the ideal setting for trekking and biking against the breath-taking backdrop of mountains, lakes and waterfalls. ...Read more


Kobe Kitano Hotel - Japan, Kobe
Grands Chefs Relais & Châteaux Restaurant and hotel in town
Kobe is the most cosmopolitan of Japanese cities. In the chic district of Kitano, foreigners who settled here from the 19th century onwards, built residences in the style of their distant homelands. A French lifestyle is very much in evidence in this fine red brick building that is testimony to an entire chapter of Japan’s history. There is a courtyard and interior garden, elegant décor and, above all, the cuisine of Chef Hiroshi Yamaguchi, who is skilled in the art of sublime dishes. On the menu is the famous fugu and its soft roe in crunchy potatoes, caramelised salsify and vegetable jus, or the incomparable Kobe beef in a salt crust ...Read more


Aoyagi - Japan, Tokyo
Grands Chefs Relais & Châteaux Restaurant in town
Hirohisa Koyama has taken over the restaurant created by his grandfather on the island of Shikoku almost a century ago. Today Aoyagi is located in central Tokyo, but it is a calm and elegant hideaway with a graceful sense of Japanese incense and decoration. Well-known in France thanks to his popular book and lectures, Koyama is one of the greatest chefs in Japan. His cuisine is simple, good and beautiful, combining tradition and innovation. Life and experience are instilled in each dish to create gourmet stories rich in spirit. Always going forward, Koyama believes that the link between past and present must be continuity for change to happen. This is his philosophy of cooking. ...Read more


Bedford Post - United States, Bedford
Hotel and restaurant in the woods
Bedford Post, an authentic country inn just an hour from Manhattan, is the ideal setting for a tranquil getaway. Surrounded by pristine woodlands, this historic residence dating back to the 1780s now belongs to Richard Gere and his partner Russell Hernandez. A genuinely warm, hospitable atmosphere reigns in this temple to the pleasures of body and mind. The Bedford Post offers infinite ways to relax, including yoga courses, as well as more terrestrial delights in its two restaurants: Campagna, which serves flavorful Italian cuisine by Chef Michael White, and The Barn, which offers delicious brunches and breakfasts with homemade bread and cakes. ...Read more


Glenmere Mansion - United States, Chester
Restaurant and hotel in the country
Reflecting the luxury of the Gilded Age, this magnificent 150-acre estate sits in rolling farmlands overlooking the Catskill Mountains and Glenmere Lake. One hour from New York City, the sumptuous hotel and glamorous spa boast a central open cortile, majestic marble-columned porticoes, a private modern art collection and spectacular gardens designed by America’s first major female landscape architect, Beatrix Farrand. In the two restaurants, the chefs offer a wealth of dishes featuring local farm produce. The picturesque gardens, pool and tennis, bocce and croquet courts make this the ultimate romantic Hudson Valley getaway… though you might think you’re in Tuscany! ...Read more


Westglow Resort and Spa - United States, Blowing Rock
Hotel and restaurant in the mountains
Built in 1917, the elegantly restored Greek Revival mansion features a majestic colonnade flanked by towering architectural columns framing a breathtaking sunset view of the surrounding mountainscape. The property, with its panoramic views of the Blue Ridge Mountains, was once the summer home of the famed American artist Elliott Daingerfield. The accommodations are exquisite, with impeccably decorated guest rooms and an award-winning spa offering an extensive array of relaxing and rejuvenating treatments. The restaurant, Rowland's, features the most sophisticated cuisine in the High Country framed in a picture-perfect setting. ...Read more


Addison - United States, San Diego
Grands Chefs Relais & Châteaux Restaurant on a golf course
Over the years, Addison has established itself as one of the finest culinary experiences in California. Chef William Bradley’s artisanal approach to cooking, based on an admiration for French cuisine, draws inspiration from the seasons. Ever attentive to the purity of the flavors, he enhances his ingredients by drawing on their inherent properties. The wine collection, with some 36,000 bottles under the enlightened management of sommelier Elizabeth Huettinger, includes twenty special cuvées crafted with winemakers from across the globe. The wine and food pairings are in perfect harmony with the refined, elegant service. ...Read more


Villa María Cristina - Mexico, Guanajuato
Hotel and restaurant in town
Located on the most elegant boulevard in Guanajuato, this delightful 19th-century neoclassical French townhouse offers splendid views of the imposing La Bufa Hill. The suites boast high ceilings, marble bathrooms and large windows to admit plenty of natural light. The terracotta-colored walls, floors inlaid with mosaics and beautiful paintings and murals by local artists Jesús Gallardo and Gorky González create a warm atmosphere and a sense of space. The restaurant, bar and wine cellar are superb and there is an exceptional spa with a Roman-style sunken pool. The Villa María Cristina is a veritable jewel in the heart of Mexico. ...Read more


Lapostolle Residence - Chile, Santa Cruz
Hotel and restaurant in a vineyard
Alexandra Marnier Lapostolle, great-granddaughter of the creator of Grand Marnier, is the force behind Viña Lapostolle, with a winery and hotel nestled in the hills overlooking Chile’s spectacular Apalta Vineyards in the Colchagua Valley. This unique setting, combining a respect for nature with cutting-edge design, invites you to experience Lapostolle. A team of chefs prepares a special menu for each wine, using organic vegetables from the garden and top-quality seasonal products. Biking through the vineyards and trekking the trails of the native forests are a good complement to the activities linked to wine, beginning with a tour and private tasting in the winery. ...Read more