It pays to notice the details at Château Lafaurie Peyragueythis link opens in a new tab. The chandeliers, sconces, door handles, decanters, and carafes are more exquisite than those typically found at other five-star hotels. No surprise, really, given that this working Bordeaux wine estate is owned by the 131-year-old French luxury glass and crystal maker Maison Lalique. Four years of restorations went into the 18th-century compound, whose glamorous interiors (glass-inlaid oak desks, glittering chandeliers, and Deco-inspired furnishings) bring a touch of urbane luxury to the pastoral region. Just last month, the hotel’s glass-walled restaurantthis link opens in a new tab, helmed by Alsatian chef Jérôme Schilling, was awarded a Michelin star — the first for the winemaking appellation of Sauternes. Diners can sip the chateau’s own highly regarded Sauternes from ribbed Lalique stemware, or choose from the 2,500+ vintages on offer. Doubles from $194.