Savoring family time in an unspoiled private estate facing the sea, relaxing in a lakeside garden, laughing with friends around a dinner specially prepared by a Michelin-starred chef.
The Michel Reybier art of living has always been based on a different vision of luxury. The kind of luxury that discreetly cultivates excellence, authenticity and simplicity. Building on his experience in the high-end hospitality industry, Michel Reybier now offers exceptional rental villas and apartments. Places where you will be entirely at home while benefiting from exclusive personalized hotel services: a butler, a Michelin-starred chef, a housekeeper, a sports coach, a security agent, a chauffeur… Be it in Geneva, Paris, Bordeaux or Ramatuelle, your villa and apartment stay is tinged with a sense of the unusual, brimming with rare and unique experiences enjoyed in complete privacy amid extraordinary settings.
Whether in a tête-à-tête with the Mediterranean, on the shores of Lake Geneva facing Mont Blanc, at the heart of a Bordeaux vineyard estate or on the Place du Trocadéro with the Eiffel Tower as a neighbor, each residence blends seamlessly into its environment. Beautifully enhanced by the finest architects and designers, offering endlessly appealing views along with spacious volumes, your villa or apartment becomes a gorgeous haven for you and your loved ones.
AT YOUR SERVICE
All day and every day, you can rely on dedicated staff trained in Michel Reybier grand luxury hotels. The care they devote to details, their attentive attitude, their discretion and their expertise all guarantee you a peerless stay. They are there for you and your guests. Savor every passing moment, relieved of all material concerns.
Your international travels have brought you countless experiences and a substantial sum of knowledge, yet we will always seek to surprise you by simple things as well as to enrich your range of skills. A few examples? An early morning fishing trip when the sun ignites the Alps; running alongside a coastal pathway and having your coach stop you to admire an endemic plant; discussing your favorite dish with a Michelin-starred chef around a barbecue he has prepared; saluting the Eiffel Tower from the roof of the Grand Palais; taking part in a grape harvest and grasping the vinification secrets of a grand cru.