Following a renovation dubbed a "rebirth" this urban retreat showcases its original sixties charm and amenities fit for a king.
Luxury is no stranger to Saint-Tropez, and it's certainly right at home at the Hôtel de Paris Saint-Tropez. A full renovation features décor by designer Sybille de Margerie that incorporates vivid colors, graphics and natural materials. This property’s 27 accommodations channel '60s and '70s design in the form of geometric patterns in popping hues and parquet and stone flooring. Enhancing all of this is the contrasting views of village lanes and terracotta rooftops. Each room is equipped with air-conditioning with automated controls, complimentary Internet access, rain shower, organic cotton bath linens, Clarins bath products, 3-D LED TV with VOD and Bluetooth dock, DVD player (upon request), private phone with voicemail, mini-bar, safe, complimentary daily newspaper (French or English), twice-daily housekeeping and baby- and child-friendly amenities (upon request). For pint-sized travelers, parents can hire a hotel-employed babysitter. Suites provide the added luxury of private terraces and breathtaking village views, and the ultra-luxurious Dolce Vita Suite totals 130 square meters and has a dining room, an office, a large reception area and a 70-square-meter terrace. This hotel is home to four dining and drinking experiences --- Le Suffren Café, The Atrium Bar, The Roof and The Bay View –-- each of which is orchestrated by chef Georges Blanc and draws on French and Mediterranean inspiration to serve a variety of dishes and cocktails in venues that range from a landscaped patio to a modernly sophisticated dining room. For unwinding there are a serene patio garden, a well-equipped fitness center with private coaching services, a unique open-air swimming pool suspended above the floor, and a Spa by Clarins, with all-white facilities such as treatment cabins, sauna, steam room, ice fountain and full nail bar.