There will be 52 rooms and 38 suites, taking up the “Tropezian codes of the yéyé years”, designed by Sybille de Margerie. Looking up when you walk into the atrium will be worth your while with a clear-bottom pool suspended above from the rooftop terrace. Chef Georges Blanc consults on the food at Le Suffren Café by Georges, with a lobby bar downstairs and pool bar & lounge on the top floor.
Unlike many St. Tropez hotels, Hotel de Paris will be open year-round. Having lived in the area, we’d highly recommend trying to visit slightly off season for a more laid-back atmosphere, somewhat friendlier prices at both hotels and on off-peak restaurant menus, and a chance to explore the gorgeous region without the crowds.
A Classic room at the Hotel de Paris starts at €280 ($365) early April, jumping to €530 ($690) for a Patio room with terrace. In comparison, rates in July easily shoot up to over €600 ($780) for a Classic room. Better start saving now…
[Photo: JasonD for HotelChatter/Rendering: Hotel de Paris]