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Château l'Hospitalet *** - Narbonne

Château l'Hospitalet ***

Château l'Hospitalet - Narbonne

Château l'Hospitalet - Narbonne
Château l'Hospitalet - Narbonne

Château l'Hospitalet - Narbonne

Château l'Hospitalet - Narbonne
Château l'Hospitalet - Narbonne

In the middle of an enchanting terroir, you will find the perfect place to relax and enjoy "L'art de Vivre"...

In these beautiful surroundings, our hotel and our vineyard together form an ensemble of rare beauty. The exceptional character of this place will certainly tempt you to stay longer.

We would like to welcome you in our estate, owned by Gerard Bertrand, with its 3* Hotel of 38 Rooms, its Restaurant "L'art de vivre" and its Wine boutique, for a meal, a stay or just a visit. Here, Nature is our source of inspiration, and for you, we offer the promise of a stay in harmony with the elements composing it.
Château l'Hospitalet - Narbonne
The thirty-eight rooms of the estate have been redecorated on the themes of the vine, the land and the sea. On your arrival, a bottle of wine from the estate is offered as a gift from the house to discover the wines of l'Hospitalet. This hotel benefits from a dream location: 1,000 hectares of garrigue and vineyards just 5 minutes from the sea. This place of art, creation and viticulture is an ideal holiday stopover: art workshops, animations, exhibitions. A fitness corner, the heated outdoor infinity pool, a tennis court and golf practice will make you relax even more...
Chef Laurent Chabert's cuisine is refined and local products feature largely in his dishes. Head Chef at L’Art de Vivre since 2014, Laurent Chabert comes from a family of livestock breeders that instilled in him a passion for top quality produce and the pleasure of working with the same small farmers since the beginning, building on strong friendships. Laurent Chabert loves cooking. The produce guides him in his creations. He even has his own vegetable garden and fruit orchard, where he grows the herbs that give his cuisine its notable Mediterranean feel. With his staff, the chef offers you modern, creative fare all year long, honoring organic ingredients and biodiversity pairing with all Gérard Bertrand Grands Vins and Estate wines all available by the glass.
Château l'Hospitalet - Narbonne
Jazz concerts and variety, various exhibitions... art has always had a great place at Château l'Hospitalet.

The Château l'Hospitalet is the setting for the most beautiful festivals, convivial evenings celebrating the Art of Living of the South of France ... Jazz, Art and culture occupies a place of first order.

Did you know that Château l'Hospitalet Grand Vin Red 2017 - was voted the best red wine in the world IWC 2019!


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Château l'Hospitalet - Narbonne

Château l'Hospitalet - Narbonne

Château l'Hospitalet - Narbonne

Château l'Hospitalet - Narbonne

Château l'Hospitalet - Narbonne

Château l'Hospitalet - Narbonne
Opening Hotel:

- April to June - From 7:15 to 22:00
- Closed day(s): Monday - Sunday evening
- July to August - From 7:15 to 23:00
- September to mid-December - From 7:15 to 22:00
- Closed day(s): -

Capacity Hotel: 
- 38 Listed bedrooms, 7 equiped meeting rooms   Wheelchair friendly

Opening Restaurant:

- April to June - From 7:15 to 22:00
- Closed day(s): Monday - Sunday evening
- July to August - From 7:15 to 23:00
- September to mid-December - From 7:15 to 22:00
- Closed day(s): -

Capacity Restaurant:
- 3 Restaurant rooms, 310 seats indoor, 100 seats on terrace    Wheelchair friendly
Le Pays Cathare Tourisme Fleury d'Aude Qualité Tourisme Occitanie La Région Occitanie/Pyrénées-Méditerranée Grands Sites Occitanie
Guide Michelin Petit Futé Office de tourisme de Narbonne Le Grand Narbonne La Région Languedoc-Roussillon - Sud de France
Narbonne-Plage Office de Tourisme de Béziers Méditerranée Ville de Sérignan La Clape Île de Grands Vins Mairie d'Armissan
Equipments and Services:
  * Swimming Pool
* Wifi Internet Access
* Air conditioning
* Garden/Park
* Telephone
* Bar
* Television
* Private car park
* Cable / Satellite
* Restaurant
* Mini-bar
* Hair dryer
* Safety deposit box
* Pets allowed
* Disabled reception
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Le massif de la Clape

Le massif de la Clape





La Clape

La Clape A.O.P.

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Château l'Hospitalet - Gérard Bertrand
Château l'Hospitalet - Gérard Bertrand - Narbonne
A.O.P. La Clape Château l'Hospitalet is nestled in the heart of the protected massif of la Clape, an ancient link in the Pyrenees chain, a Phoenician and then Roman island, the cradle of the vine in France. As early as the 13th century, the Hospices de Narbonne moved to la Clape, linked to the continent by the alluvial deposits of the Aude since the end of the Middle Ages. Documents from 1561 attest to its mission of welcoming and sharing with pilgrims. This vocation of hospitality has inspired Gérard Bertrand who has made l'Hospitalet the beating heart of his action around the Mediterranean art of living since he acquired the property in 2002. Today, the Château has a hotel, a gourmet restaurant, a tasting and sales cellar, an Art Space and a rich offer of sensory tours around wine. Music was missing: in 2004, the château hosted the first "Jazz à l'Hospitalet" festival, which has now become an international reference...

  Château l'Hospitalet
Hotel ***
Gastronomic Restaurant -
Restaurant l'Art de Vivre ***
Route de Narbonne-Plage
Phone +33

Email -

Website -
Double room:
150.00 € to 240.00 €
Quatro room:
210.00 € to 280.00 €
Breakfast: 17.00 €

Restaurant -
Restaurant l'Art de Vivre
Menus: 49.00 € to 99.00 €
Child Menu: 19.00
A la Carte: 24.00 € to 49.00 €
Daily menu: 29.00 €

Swimming PoolDogs allowedBike friendlyParkingTerraceRestaurantHair dryer
Wifi Internet AccessTennisMeeting roomTelephoneRestaurant, Bar

Musée Archéologique de Narbonne

Musée Archéologique de Narbonne

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Musée d'Art et d'Histoire

Musée d'Art et d'Histoire - Narbonne

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Écluses de Fonsérannes

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Oppidum d'Ensérune - Nissan-lez-Enserune

Oppidum d'Ensérune - Nissan-lez-Ensérune

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