DescriptionVilla St. Tropez combines contemporary styling and unbeatable comfort in the most imaginative of ways, creating a space that blurs the lines between interior and exterior space yet is firmly defined on one thing: luxury.
Sleeping 16 in eight bedrooms, four of which are king-size en suites and four queen en suites, Villa St. Tropez is a masterpiece of architecture.
Making the most of the warm Mediterranean climate, life in Villa St. Tropez is one long alfresco lunch. With the living and dining room areas home to huge panoramic windows and spilling on to the covered terrace, which flows into the spectacular 15m vanishing edge swimming pool, you’ll always be bathed in sunlight and fresh air.
And Villa St. Tropez cries out to be entertained in – whether it be cocktails by the pool, dinner for 18 or lunch on the terrace, your guests won’t know what to exclaim over first.
Recovering from the entertaining will be easy. From the moment you wake up in your comfy bed, enjoy a coffee while you soak up the sumptuous views of the rolling Provençal countryside from each bedroom’s vast floor-to-ceiling windows. Take a soak in your spa-inspired marble en suite and the scene continues – many of the bathrooms’ tubs come with a view to swoon for.
If you can tear yourself away from this lap of luxury, Escalet beach is just a five minute drive away.
What's IncludedPlease call us on +44 (0)203 432 7784 for rates and the latest availability.
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RoomsVilla St. Tropez sleeps 16 guests in eight bedrooms, all with en-suite bathrooms.
1 x master suite with bathroom, shower, toilet and dressing room
3 x large double bedrooms with en-suite bathroom and toilet
2 x double bedrooms with shower and toilet
2 x guest bedrooms with en-suite shower and toilet
EatingWe can arrange a private chef, waiter, bar tender and any other staff required at an extra cost. From a light lunch of fresh local fish to a five course dinner cooked for 18 to your specific menu, with a private chef anything is possible in Villa St. Tropez.
From morning through noon to evening, the combination of a private chef, sumptuous local produce, and well-equipped kitchen will cater to your every whim.
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KidsKids young and old will love the pool and the extensive grounds to play in and explore. And with the beach and the Mediterranean sea practically on your doorstep, your kids will be the envy of all their class after the holidays.
Cots and highchairs can be provided, and babysitting and nanny services can be arranged on request.
OverviewThe most famous resort on the French Riviera, St. Tropez has long attracted the Hollywood A-listers and billionaires. Frequented by the likes of Picasso and Brigitte Bardot, it has been the place see and be seen since the fifties, and as such, it draws in the crowds. But that just seems to add to the appeal. Strolling around the harbour quay beside the open-air cafés and the dazzling collection of super-yachts - St. Tropez is people-watching heaven.
St. Tropez has managed to somehow retain its fishing village ambiance and charm despite the glamour and wealthy visitors. It is one of the only places in the world where Louis Vuitton and Dior boutiques nestled down narrow streets mix seamlessly with grocery stores and market stalls selling local Provençal produce. But it does blend so effortlessly. Perhaps it’s the juxtaposition of Ferraris and old folk playing boules in the Place des Lices which makes St. Tropez so unique.
Aside from the promenading and people watching in the old town, there are seven beaches in St. Tropez including the famous Pampelonne Beach, a three-mile stretch of golden sand with 27 beach clubs. Be sure to reserve a table if dropping by for lunch or you will be in for a wait. The rocky headland and wooded peninsular are stunning, as are the views over the bay towards the Maures mountains.
Eating & DrinkingThere are numerous good quality restaurants in St Tropez, and several of them are exceptional. A personal favourite is la Pinède on the Plage de Bouillabaisse. The setting is perfect - a petit château with a gorgeous terrace overlooking the beach, and the food has earned the Chef Arnaud Donckele two Michelin stars.
Another recommendation is the Auberge des Maures, the oldest restaurant in St. Tropez and full of charm. Dine on the terrace and enjoy beautifully crafted classic Provençal cuisine.
When it comes to clubs, St.Tropez has some of the most glamorous and exclusive on the Côte d’Azur, packed with an international crowd of the rich and the beautiful. Perhaps the most famous are Club 55 on Pampelonne Beach and Les Caves du Roy, part of the Byblos Hotel.
When to goThe season begins in mid-April, a beautiful time to visit when the mimosas are in bloom. The beach clubs usually open in early May although the sea is fairly chilly for swimming until late May.
Things start to quieten down in September, but the weather is still usually fantastic and the Mediterranean is warm so this is an excellent time to visit. The famous sailing regatta ‘Les Voiles de St. Tropez’ is in late September and adds some sparkle to that time of the season.
If you prefer a quieter St Tropez with a more local Provençal feel, don’t overlook visiting in late autumn as the weather is often still very pleasant.