Les Hotels d'en Haut, a boutique hotel group with a collection of four- and five-star hotels in France, acquired three properties in Provence on Oct. 6 for an undisclosed sum.
Formerly privately owned by French master chef Edouard Loubet, the acquisition brings the company's portfolio to eight.
The Domaine de Capelongue, features 30 rooms overlooking the village of Bonnieux.
Le Moulin de Lourmarin, which faces the 12th-century Chateau de Lourmarin, offers 19 rooms and a restaurant.
Le Galinier is an 18th-century Provencal country house with 15 guestrooms on the edge of Lourmarin village.
Les Hotels d'en Haut operates the four-star Le Val Thorens and the five-star Le Fitzroy, both in Val Thorens; the four-star Hotel des 3 Vallees in Courchevel 1850 in the French Alps; the five-star Hotel L'Alpaga in Megeve; and the five-star Hotel Les Roches Rouges in Saint-Raphael on the Cote d'Azur.