Rampart Reservoir in Bastia, France, is the first of its kind in the world, according to a French environmental group.
The resort offers French laundry and outdoor kitchens with a spa, and its reservation system lets guests book rooms with French linen for as little as $10.
This year, the resort plans to have French laundry available to guests as well.
The reservation system is called “Vivir de l’Auberge,” meaning “to get ready for the day,” according to an email sent to the French newspaper Le Figaro.
It’s the first resort in France to offer a reservation system.
The hotel, which was founded in 1854 and opened in 1887, is one of the oldest remaining hotels in the country, according the French Ministry of Tourism.
It is the largest hotel in Bastias and the largest in France, according To France Info, which published a news article about the hotel.
The site also said that the resort has the largest number of French laundry rooms.
“The French laundry is the most popular hotel, and it is a wonderful resource to stay in France,” the Parisian newspaper quoted one of its journalists, Sylvain Vercammen, as saying.
The French government is promoting French laundry in public spaces in the wake of the Paris attacks.
It also plans to expand French laundry services to public spaces and outdoor dining spaces.
The government is looking at making it easier for tourists to book laundry rooms in the resort.
The company behind the reservation system has received funding from a group called The French National Institute for Sustainable Development, which has been established by the French government.
The institute’s website said that it is funded by a number of foundations, including the World Bank and the European Union.
It has also been a key player in the fight against climate change.
The Parisian reported that the institute is involved in developing “the Parisian brand” and that its aim is to make the resort “more environmentally friendly.”
The institute has also sponsored projects that include “clean, safe, and secure hotel rooms.”
“Virtually every hotel in France has a French laundry facility,” said Marie-Louise Gros, a spokeswoman for the French Interior Ministry, according Le Figero.
“In Bastia we are doing something different, in Bastiards, in Marne, in the Riviera areas.
The idea is to bring in the French and make it more sustainable,” she said.
The resorts in France also offer French cooking and spa services, and the resort’s website says it offers French cooking services for the first time in the Alps.
The website says the resort is located in the mountains of Marne and the Rivière des Jeunes Mountains, and is surrounded by mountains, mountains and valleys.
“Marne is the heart of Bastia,” the site said.
French laundry service, like the resort, is not available to residents of France.
Le Figo said that while some French hotels have offered French laundry, most are only open to guests with French passports.