First dates flies off to France! Gallic matchmaker Fred Sirieix, relocates First Dates to a hotel in Provence for a new series
In the Netherlands you might take a walk or go on a bike ride. The location is a catalyst for making yourself open to romance — it feels special. Fred is joined on the show by his familiar TV staff — waiters Sam, Laura and Cici and barman Merlin, for whom a bar has been built in the restaurant — plus receptionist Juliette.
The restaurant uses local ingredients and the menu is changed every week depending on which products are currently in season. First dates flies off to France! Too soon, and it can put some women or men off. It's also common for couples to keep the fact that they're an item to themselves.
First dates flies off to France! Gallic matchmaker Fred Sirieix, relocates First Dates to a hotel in Provence for a new series - Smart casual wear is probably best.
Since First Dates aired in 2013, we've been watching as couples try their luck finding love in at the First Dates restaurant. The launch of a spin-off series, First Dates Hotel, has seen Fred and his team swap soggy for a hotel in the sunny region of. The First Dates Hotel, also known as , lies down a storybook cobbled lane in Castillon-du-Gard. The hotel boasts panoramic views of the surrounding valley from its medieval hilltop location. Read the full review: Much like before, blind daters meet for dinner, but should romantic sparks fly, they're offered the opportunity to check into the hotel for the night. The entire hotel, including the pools, restaurant and 21 newly renovated bedrooms, is rigged with more than 80 cameras to capture each romantic — or regretful — moment. A plethora of facilities are available for second-daters, those who stay an additional night after hitting it off on the first, such as swimming laps in the dreamy pool, cycling through the surrounding countryside à deux or snuggling up to watch a movie at the outdoor cinema. One First Dates Hotel episode saw a couple riding bikes off into a nearby vineyard. Winetasting and moonlight canoe picnics are just some other excursions that can be organised. Should a gourmet holiday be more your bag, the hotel's sister property, sits among the enchanting web of historic lanes of Uzès. Boasting a , the menu incorporates plenty of regional specialities, such as black truffles. Read the full review:.