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Mas du Langoustier


  • A bastion of taste
  • Can "upgrade" to dinner at L'Olivier
  • Beach nearby and pool onsite


  • A hike to get here
  • No rooms have a sea view

Updated 12/18/2013

Fodor's Review

A fabled forgetaway, the Langoustier comes with a lobster-orange building, pink bougainvillea, a choice of California-modern- or old-Provençal-style guest rooms, and a secluded location at the westernmost point of the Ile de Porquerolles. Moreover, it has a Michelin-starred restaurant, L'Olivier, where executive chef Joël Guillet and his head chef Julien Le Goff prepare inspired southern French cuisine (the rare island rosé is a fitting accompaniment). Note that room

rates include breakfast and dinner—the former can be enjoyed in your room or on the terrace, while the latter is served in a second onsite restaurant, La Pinède.

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Hotel Information


Pointe du Langoustier, 3 km (2 miles) from the harbor, Ile de Porquerolles, 83400, France



Hotel Details:

  • Closed Oct.–Apr. Restaurants closed Sun. dinner and Mon., May, June, and Sept.
  • 44 rooms, 5 apartments
  • Rate includes Some meals

Updated 12/18/2013

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