Luxury Guides: Maison de la France is the official guide provided by the French government to help educate visitors on what luxury awaits them in France's cities and cultural centers. The Guide also educates travelers on what to do in the way of wine and cuisine.
Explore the famous vineyards of France's wine regions and discover your favorite wine as you sample some of the world's greatest fare.
In Aquitane, take advantage of a special offer to stay in a Bordeaux vineyard for three days, experiencing not only haute cuisine, but a delightful spa as well. Enjoy a cooking lesson with a French chef then spend half a day at Spa centre Vinothérapie Caudalie. Relish in free access to the hammam, sauna and heated thermal bath as well as two gourmet meals with four wine tastings.
Spend a night "Living the Good life in Bernard Loiseau countryside." Stay in a 4-star hotel overlooking an English garden and enjoy a fabulous meal that evening. That following morning dine on a Morvan-style breakfast. Take advantage of free access to the hotel's sauna, hammam, mini-swimming pool and fitness room.
The "Bacchus Package" is available all year. Indulge in the luxury of sipping real French champagne and visiting a Champagne cellar. Also visit the local museum and Chaource Church. Enjoy several decadent meals, including your choice of a breakfast in bed option.
Stay at Château de Bagnols in Rhône while you explore the Beaujolais region. The Château de Bagnols is a luxurious 4-star hotel built in the 13th century. Have all of your meals at the Michelin-starred "La Salle des Gardes" restaurant. Also spend a half-day discovering the Beaujolais with wine tastings in local vineyards.
There is plenty to do in France and the Maison de la France provides an array of luxurious options to help you enjoy the country's famed wine and cuisine.