Executive summary by Darmansjah
The Pic family's truffle-coloured, 1889-established inn has ultrachic rooms and public spaces mixing antique, contemporary and kitsch, alongside a couple of stunning restaurants – the top-of-the-line Restaurant Pic and the less formal bistro Le 7. Just down the street, their tony new deli and grocery, L'Épicerie, features wine and gourmet food items hand-picked by Anne-Sophie Pic. Serious foodies will want to sign up at Pic's cutting-edge cooking school, Scook, with 1½-hour courses from €55 through to full-day courses from €250, plus courses for kids aged over six (1½ hours from €39).
With a gastronomic restaurant, a bistro, and a cookery school, this elegant and stylish hotel will appeal to all gourmets wishing to enjoy the very best of French cuisine. The contemporary rooms at the Maison Pic make a statement with signed objects from designers including Bruno Borrione. They are decorated in wood, leather, metal, and glass to create matte and transparent effects. At the Maison Pic’s restaurant you can sample gastronomic delights made by Anne-Sophie Pic, who boasts 3 Michelin stars. The restaurant opens onto a beautiful patio and gardens. The hotel also houses a bistro-style restaurant, a bar, and Anne-Sophie Pic's new cookery school, Scook. Spend your days in the Maison Pic’s beautiful garden, where you can sunbathe by the gorgeous outdoor swimming pool. Free parking is provided at the Maison Pic, making it easy to explore the Drôme region by car.
Food & beverage
The hotel’s gastronomic restaurant is open from Tuesday to Saturday and reservation is advised. The bistro is open 7 days a week. The cookery school is open from Tuesday to Saturday.