Hotel Saint – Tropez *****
The hotel opened in 1936, at the time when Saint-Tropez, the small picturesque fishing village, still have not received the status of world-famous resort. The facilities – a private beach and a restaurant with two stars of Michelin guide. The hotel Association The Leading Small Hotels of the World.
The hotel is situated at the entrance of Saint-Tropez, a short drive from the resort centre. It is located in the Bay of Saint Tropez, just opposite Sainte-Maxime, and is part of the beach Bouillabaisse. 60 km from the airport Toulon-Hier, 115 km from nice airport. Near Saint Tropez on the Cote d’azur located on the resorts Ramatuelle. Saint-Maxime, Fresu, Saint-Raphael and Le Lavandou.
The hotel has 39 rooms and apartments. Most of the rooms – with views of the sea and the Bay of Saint-Tropez, with a terrace or a wide balcony.
The hotel is three buildings the Central building of the Lodge and the tower.
The administrator will provide detailed information about apartments and rooms (sea view, Parking lot or courtyard) and order interconnecting rooms.
The hotel has two rooms for people with reduced mobility.
Rooms depending on the view from the window, raspolozhenii areas are divided into categories: standard, superior, deluxe and suites. The hotel has 6 rooms of junior suite and suite. In rooms: bathroom in different configurations, marble and meet the needs (bath and/or shower, one or two sinks, a combined or a separate bathroom), and some of them are related.
These rooms range in size from 20 to 35 sq m, area suites – 35 to 55 sqm In the room: double bed (1.8 or 2 m), terrace and/or balcony, air conditioning, walk-in closet (in some rooms), wireless Internet access (Wi-Fi), satellite TV, radio, mini-bar, safe, bath and/or shower, ordinary or double sinks, bidet (in some rooms), toiletries and body care products, bathrobes, towels, Slippers with the hotel monogram, hair dryer. Laundry and dry cleaning services. Newspapers.
Room with separate living room located in the cottage. Room size – 60 sqm (to expand the space by adjoining rooms of 25 square meters). In room: double bed (1.8 m), terrace and/or balcony, air conditioning, dressing room, satellite TV, radio, computer, wireless Internet access (Wi-Fi), Fax, mini-bar, safe, bath and/or shower, a normal or a double wash basin, bidet, toiletries and body care products, bathrobes, towels, Slippers with the hotel monogram, hair dryer. Laundry and dry cleaning services. Newspapers.
Restaurants and bars
The restaurant on the terrace
In the restaurant you can dine outdoors.
Working time: 12.30 – 02.30.
The Restaurant Is Gourmet
Restaurant awarded two stars by the Michelin guide.
The hotel has a conference hall with a capacity of 20 people.
A covered private Parking. Computers.
Saint-Tropez — Provencal picturesque port town, famous for the cinema of the 20th century. Well, who does not remember the pretty blonde Brigitte Bardot from “And God created woman”, eccentric-gendarme Louis de Funes and random killer with a dangerous umbrella performed by Pierre Richard. Today, this Sunny seaside town, the fashionable reputation of “star” of the resort. But this circumstance is forever stripped of its colorful Provencal privacy, so beloved in their time in the great cohort of French cinema celebrities: Alain Delon, Brigitte Bardot, Yves Montand, etc. Now you can dance on the tables, pour champagne and break stuff, and not be ashamed of all of the above — this place makes you feel young forever, for his love and.Magnificent pine groves and sandy beaches fringe the Peninsula of Saint-Tropez that can be explored on foot along the numerous scenic trails. In its vicinity are the houses of famous actors, artists, bankers and fashion designers and at the very core of narrow cobbled promenade, always full of people strolling, taking sun baths and local aperitifs on the terraces of numerous cafes and contemplating the swirls, parked close, luxury yachts. However, if you turn on the first street of the Old town, here you will found many tranquil, pleasant dining establishments and shops with herbs, Provencal spices, Marines and needlework. In the evening the embankment turns into a Vernissage and a podium for the secular public, and all the gusto Dolce Vita should be sought to the trendy restaurants and clubs outside the city, on the legendary beach de Pampelonne.To nice international airport from here about 100 km, however in the season because of traffic congestion, the Shuttle service to Saint-Tropez takes 2-3 hours.
Their name the city owes St. Tropico (Trofim), Christian Martyr, beheaded in the time of Nero. The boat with the body of the Saint was washed ashore on the Gulf coast, where he found eternal rest in the temple-tomb. In 1637 the inhabitants of Saint-Tropez, the attack was repulsed by 22 Spanish Galleons.On this glorious occasion on the 15th of July in Saint-Tropez is a colourful procession-“bravado” La Fete du Capitaine de Ville: under the cheers and yells of the crowd in the streets marching brass band, and men of all ages gather in front of city hall and firing into the air of antique guns.
But until the late 19th century the city still remained a tiny settlement of fishermen and winemakers. Until he opened impressionistic brotherhood, pointilist Paul Signac: his peaceful harmonious landscapes 1920-ies attracted Chris van Dongen, Pierre Bonnard, Henri Matisse. Their work played a role excellent advertisement for the European aristocracy, who would now prefer a tiny picturesque Bay of nice and Cannes.
The second round of the ever-increasing popularity of the resort was the shooting of the film “And God created woman” of Roger Vadim in 1956, which brought into Vogue a new type of secluded Bohemian existence between luxurious modern interiors and sun-drenched cliffs and beaches of Saint-Tropez. The Bay stretched film stars, Directors and crew with new scenario ideas, instilled in the resort a new culture of unbridled debauchery. So the town has acquired drinking establishments with dancing on the tables and the glory of relaxed permissiveness. Its 40th anniversary Brigitte Bardot also noted in Saint-Tropez — the “Club 55” on Plage de Pampelonne.
The fair sex will be interested to look into the boutique
Brigitte Bardot (on the road from Place es Lices to the old port), also anything
original always be found in La Chemise Tropézienne (23, rue Gambetta).
Saint-Tropez and its surroundings like the wild sandy and well-equipped private beaches offering ample opportunities for yachting, Windsurfing, water skiing.At night to the delight of guests and patrons of restaurants, music bars and cafes, a large number of discos and Nightclubs. The beach restaurant “Club 55” you’ll still find tables under canvas tents and blue linen tablecloth, as in the days of Babes Bardo, and the club’apero & Music Live Port always will enjoy live performance of world of vocalists. Papagayo club a place for the discriminating tasters of cocktails, Les Caves du Roy go to meet with celebrities, and the best cabaret the coast — at Stefano forever.
For shopping lovers arranged promenade with boutiques, world famous shopping malls and fashion designers.
In Saint-Tropez, you should try delicious notions of Provence: a salad of dandelion leaves, chicory and herbs — “Mesclun”, pasta of olives and anchovies, seasoned with various spices tapenade (with a slice of fresh or toasted bread), Ratatouille, stuffed leg of lamb and beef stewed in red wine with herbs.
Bouillabaisse — king of the seaside Provencal cuisine is very rich and well spiced with herbs soup motley collection of various fishes and marine reptiles (mullet, the Sultan, monkfish, sea Scorpion, seafood, lobster, etc.).
At the beginning of September in Saint Tropez in the framework of the European season takes place at the Gold Cup Polo, October opens with a traditional sailing regatta, and the middle of the month — time annual Paradis Porsche parade, which attracts over 300 cars of famous brands from Germany, Belgium, Spain, Italy, Luxembourg, Sweden and the UK.
Next door to Saint-Tropez are picturesque Provencal villages of Ramatuelle (Ramatuelle), Gassin (Gassin) and Grimaud (Grimaud), where it is pleasant to stroll through the picturesque winding streets, admiring the facades of the buildings of the era of the knights Templar, to look into a couple of artistic Atelier and enjoy a glass of chilled rose wine in cafe chance with blue shutters.In the famous for its beaches and entertainment resort town of Saint-Maxime (Saint-Maxime) is to call for a unique Museum of gramophones, mechanical music, which houses a collection of antique mechanical musical machines. And charming Cogolin (Cogolin), lost in the mountain massif des Maures, known for its workshops for the manufacture of pipes, wind instruments, silk and woolen carpets.