Hotel Mercure Brignoles Golf de Barbaroux, Brignoles

#7 of 33 in Golf in Provence-Alpes-Cote d'Azur
The prestigious golf club, hotel and resort Hotel Mercure Brignoles Golf de Barbaroux is situated right at the heart of the scenic Provence, southeastern France. The resort owns a massive estate of eighty-seven hectares (two hundred and fifteen acres), and gives you the opportunity to join this magnificent golfing course in the French countryside. Apart from the golf craze, Hotel Mercure Brignoles Golf de Barbaroux has fifty-two rooms situated in the serene Mediterranean forest, along with tennis courts, fitness centers and outdoor swimming pools to unwind. The clubhouse overlooks the well-maintained course and houses the restaurant “Les Terrases du Golf” and a bar. Take a look at our Brignoles online holiday planner to schedule your visit to Hotel Mercure Brignoles Golf de Barbaroux and learn about what else to see and do during your holiday.
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  • I highly recommend. Hotel atypical for surrounded Golf and located in peri-urban areas near the vineyards. The view is so stunning, especially the big quiet pool, and the hotel resort very relaxing (gym and SPA). The setting is idyllic. The rooms are spacious, modern and well-equipped. The DPJ and the brewery food are more than adequate. When the restaurant is the high level without being a gastro, prices are high but at the level of the quality of the food. The sommelier will give you very good advice.
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  • The hotel is suitable to exploring the Provençe from there and to live here surrounded by woods and vineyards. The hotel itself offers not too much, and has the charm of a youth hostel for me more. Breakfast is in a room without atmosphere, but almost everything was there basically, what you'll usually find. Unfortunately no boiled eggs or the possibility to order a fried egg. The scrambled eggs had a slightly strange consistency, so I had quickly finished and missed the rest of the week eggs. Otherwise, there were various cheeses, raw and cooked ham, salami sliced and whole sausage, tasty, all right. Different types of bread, even a gluten-free varieties, croissants and Schokocroissants, as it should be for France. A toaster is available. In two hot plates the said Ruhrei, pancakes, and sometimes even small sausages, the latter were found but not every day. A range of cereals, some fruit, yogurt, jam, honey, Nutella...rundeten from the image. For coffee, there was a coffee machine and a Nespresso coffee machine. The room (we had no. 25) was quite nice, had its quirks, however: both lamps did not; the air conditioning worked though, down to cool but regardless of the set number of degrees always the same icy, so there was only one option "in absentia" for us. As the room from 25 directly without having to open the door on the way out, you could also open the window (door) basically, because otherwise all other guests have gone virtually only one meter on the bed over. The small refrigerator built into the closet (called minibar, but it was empty) was very convenient for us, unfortunately the light flickered terribly, which was still visible in the dark even when the cabinet door is closed. Very annoying, fortunately we sleep well. Repair? No trace of them. Bathroom very modern and Nice made, everything always tidy up room service. Dinner in the restaurant: what has been missing in the morning breakfast service, was made in the evening quite betting. Although almost all young people in the service, everything was quite professionally, and even the food was also really good. For golfers (we're not) it seems to be a Mecca well attended every day from morning till night. Oh, Yes, a very nice and quite a long outdoor swimming pool overlooking the forest trappings is also nice: but most likely it is unheated! We had a week in early September with fair weather, and the pool was still aaaaarg cold. I even think he was cold as the sea that we have visited in some rather windy corners! Phew! Conclusion: a good starting point for excursions and a few days in Provence to spend, but nothing, to have been in a great hotel.
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  • Course very nice with very varied difficulties however take his time no Commissioner that checks the timing at this level there's ever seen.
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  • Magnificent course but without stater expect 10 minutes per hole, if you have the time...
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  • Wireless broadband and the rooms modern with video projector of the comfortable and well equipped rooms (ask the top to forest view) summer a sublime pool immersed in nature in winter, the part sauna hammam and a fitness room allows welcome after a beautiful sunny day relaxing to play on a golf course almost privatise😊 small flat for lunches If you're in a hurry, say well your arrival time
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