The Hotel

Henriette Reboul's

Mademoiselle Henriette Reboul, renowned as an antiques collector and a love priestess bought this private mansion dating from 1789 in 1903. She reputedly had numerous celebrity friends, lovers and mistresses, who all took abode in this magnificent residence.

Henriette Reboul’s residence took on a new lease of life under the magic wand of talented architects, Laure Juhen and Louis Mariotti and became this splendid boutique hotel in the Mazarin area: called “La Maison d’Aix”.

After three years of refurbishments, Laure and Louis have risen to this incredible challenge: the elusive Henriette Reboul’s spirit and sensual touch is still in the atmosphere. The finished work is in keeping with the original style and quite incredible…
The French Artisans Guild (Cabinet makers, Painters and Masons) have toiled with passion and unbridled talent to transform Henriette Reboul’s residence into a luxurious, discreet and exclusive boutique hotel in the heart of the Mazarin area, a few moments away from the famous Mirabeau square. 

Step back in time, away from the hustle and bustle of Aix en Provence to a Jerusalem stone clad floor, 300 year old teak parquet floors in the bedrooms and superb contemporary furniture.

Each precious moment spent at la Maison d’Aix is pure escapism. Write a Novella, daydream, indulge in peaceful and restful moments and reconnect. La Maison d’Aix is a journey on the Nile.



La Maison d’Aix is ideally located to discover the treasures of Aix en Provence which is undoubtedly one of the most romantic, elegant and eclectic towns in France.

Art de Vivre

There is no more sunny and celebrity-rich part of France than Provence,  this iconic wedge of glittering coast, mountain retreat, Roman temple and gastronomic Art de Vivre.

Travelling in Provence means sensual sauntering  through scented lavender fields and vineyards, around vibrant morning markets, and along paradisaical shores lapped by clear turquoise waters.

At just 20 minutes far from Marignane Airport, the cultural capital of Provence : Aix en Provence radiates artistic elegance. The hometown of Paul Cézanne and his friend, the writer Emile Zola, Aix-en-Provence enjoys an idyllic Mediterranean setting and a lively student-led atmosphere.
Aix en Provence is all class: its plane tree–shaded boulevards and public squares are lined with 17th- and 18th-century mansions, such as La Maison d’Aix built in 1789, and punctuated by gurgling, moss-covered fountains.

The city’s grandest avenue, cours Mirabeau, is guarded by haughty stone lions – and by fashionable Aixois sipping espresso on wicker chairs on elegant café terraces. Living is stylish, landscapes are lyrical.

Aix en Provence is an old-fashioned love affair that never dies.