Château Grimaldi typifies both the history and culture of the Provence region

During your stay at this Aix-en-Provence chateau you will be able to discover the whole of the Provence region and its wealth of history and culture

Château Grimaldi is a beautiful 17th century Provençal style residence. This magnificent property owes its name to the Archbishop of Aix-en-Provence, Jérôme Grimaldi-Cavelleroni (1597-1685), who built the Château and resided here for thirty years from 1655.

At that time King René, the Count of Provence and a great patron of art and culture, developed Aix-en-Provence and its region to make it the capital of Provence. Aix-en-Provence remains a cultural reference within the region to this day and is widely considered the most beautiful town in Provence. The Château ruins provide a dramatic setting for the adjacent chapel and manor-hourse. The house has recently been extensively renovated to ensure comfort whilst retaining all of its luxurious character, intimate charm and history.


A Provencal Chateau combining tradition and history with modern comfort for your holidays

We are proud of Château Grimaldi’s history and have sought to respect our heritage both in the residence and the grounds of this exceptional site.

The leaf-shaped property with its concentric circular terraces of ancient oak trees amidst which thrones the ruins of the Château, is a well-known local historic site and a truly unique place. History feels alive at Château Grimaldi.

Our aim is to guarantee the well-being, comfort and satisfaction of our guests. When you stay at Château Grimaldi, you will find yourself immersed in a calm and luxuriant world filled with history, but also with all of the fittings and comfort of a modern luxury villa.

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