It’s no secret that Saint-Tropez, France, can be a glitzy tiny hideaway. The newest (re)addition to the fab hotel scene will prove a pretty spot to enjoy the much-loved destination.
Hotel de Paris Saint-Tropez reopened in February with fantastic design features that include a clear-bottom pool suspended above the atrium on the hotel’s rooftop. Dating back towards the 1930s, this property was a must-stay during the 1960s and 1970s for the celebrity elite. French trender Sybille de Margerie worked with Alain Guilhot to reimagine this hotel, which sits only TEN minutes from the seaside. This included borrowing inspiration in the hotel’s most well-known era—think flower-power prints, white lacquer, rattan, and shimmery fabrics.
Guests can dine at Le Suffren Café, where the bistro menu is manned through Georges Blanc—a Michelin three-star chef—or book a eradication at the spa (where there may be additionally a sauna, steam room, and pilates center with Technogym). Other posh amenities include a cinema and a nail bar for impromptu mani/pedis. At Le Suffren Café there may be a keen focus on cooking with locally grown ingredients, which includes herbs on the restaurant’s patio, for both lunch and supper. The hotel’s rooftop bar Champagne serves sushi and caviar, paired with an amazing observe. Cocktails are furthermore available in the lobfrom bar, with tea time each afternoon.
The hotel capabilities 52 rooms and 38 suites. Every single is stocked with luxury touches like a rain shower, iPod station, terrace with a discover of landscaped gardens, and a pillow menu.