Overlooking the pedestrian streets or over the patio, these rooms are bright and calm. Furnished with elegance and naturalness, it recalls the interiors of Provençal homes. The warmth of the terracotta tiles blends with the beige tones of the bedroom and invites you to let go. It has a large shower, equipped with a rainfall showerhead. One of the classic rooms is dedicated to the soul of La Ponche, Simone Duckstein. Boris Vian also often stayed there.
Refined, with white and beige colors, it invites calm and tranquility. It is a large room with high ceilings that overlooks the patio. A wardrobe to store your belongings and take possession of the place, a desk to write, draw, or dream: this is the room of the regulars. Louis de Funès used to come here to take a break during the shooting of The Troops of Saint-Tropez.
Overlooking the small cove of La Ponche. It is vast - nearly 30 m2, and bathed in light, some with a terrace. Facing the Mediterranean, it offers travelers captivating views. The facades of the pink-tiled houses adorned with bougainvillea flowers in the foreground, the immensity of the sea as the backdrop. Lights, Camera, Action! On one of the terraces, Maurice Ronet could be seen sitting on the set of La Piscine.
One of the most fascinating rooms. Mythical and sunny. Sensual, too. Its large terrace offers at a glance a breathtaking view of the village, the bell tower, the citadel, and the sea. A discreet and poetic refuge for those who want to fall in love again. There, it has kept the secrets of Romy Schneider and many others. The wandering and chic soul of Saint-Tropez is not far away.
In a house overlooking the beach of La Ponche, a large suite with a lounge area from which you can see the passing by of old riggings during the Voiles de Saint-Tropez competition. The large bathroom is equipped with a bathtub and a rainfall shower. A little apart, with its magnificent views of the sea, it gives free rein to the imagination. Françoise Sagan lived here and wrote: “I got up from my bed, I opened the shutters, and the sea and the sky threw in my face the same blue, the same pink, the same happiness.”
This is a vast suite of more than 40 m2, ideal for long stays with a furnished living room and convertible sofa. From the writing desk, the windows open onto the lively pedestrian street of rue des Remparts. It is frequented by many regulars of the fashion world: Inès de la Fressange and Kenzo were fans of the place.
The two most famous suites of the hotel. They were the favorites of Brigitte Bardot and Annabelle and Bernard Buffet. From a large, private terrace overlooking the sea and the citadel, they offer one of the most spectacular views of Saint-Tropez. Deckchairs invite one to rest and sunbathe out of sight. This large suite is comfortable and spacious for which all the furniture has been carefully selected. It has a private living room and an independent bathroom. It is both a love nest and a haven of tranquility.