France: This summer, Beaumier will relaunch and has announced three new properties in the south of France.
The name Beaumier was inspired by the French explorer, Auguste Beaumier. The rebrand reflects the group’s expansion in Europe with the opening of three properties: Le Moulin de Lourmarin, Les Roches Rouges, and L’Alpaga.
Le Moulin de Lourmarin, located in the Provencal village Lourmarin, will include 25 rooms, a restaurant, bar, and a food shop. The redesign has been overseen by interior firm Jaune.
Activities at the hotel include hiking, horse riding, mountain biking and electric bike rental, visits to vineyards and lavender fields, canoeing and kayaking. It will reopen in June 2021.
Les Roches Rouges is located in Saint-Raphaël in the Provence-Côte d’Azur region. It will comprise 46 rooms and suites, two restaurants (one of which is new) and three bars.
Other amenities at the property include an open-air cinema and ping-pong table. Cooking and yoga classes are also available, along with diving, kayaking and fishing.
L’Alpaga is opening back up after being renovated by Charles & Co. It is located in Megève and the Aravis mountain range.
The property will feature 34 rooms and suites along with six private chalets ranging from three to six bedrooms. In the restaurant, chef Anthony Bisquerra earned a second Michelin star last year.
In total, including the three new additions, the Beaumier portfolio features eight individual properties.