Years later, thanks to local architect François Vieillecroze, the Hôtel de Paris Saint-Tropez was reborn on behalf of the new owner, emerging triumphant once again like the proverbial phoenix.
To propose a bigger, more glamourous and chic hotel with a contemporary design based on five themes: the sixties, the Mediterranean, water, women and Brigitte Bardot. Several photographs in the effigy of the star are hanged throughout the hotel, featuring never-before-seen signed photos of Brigitte Bardot in the Presidential Suite.
The hotel blends seamlessly into the local architecture, clad in an ochre façade and sporting ancient Roman tiles on the roof, evocative of those used in the old port. Featuring majestic arches and sweeping bay windows with metallic canopies, the Hôtel de Paris Saint-Tropez appeals to the senses and invites guests to step and explore.
The contemporary purity of space and volume in the lobby provides an element of magnificent, unexpected contrast. Tight architectural lines create wide, open spaces enhanced by the decoration dreamt up by interior designer Sybille de Margerie.