We could meet Juliette Gréco, Picasso or Brigitte Bardot in the 60s, this address was a must see in Saint-Tropez. Then, the Lou Pinet hotel closed its doors before being resurrected last year by the Maisons Pariente group.
The interior architect Charles Zana infused the hotel with a sunny spirit using ceramics, linen fabrics, canisse-style ceilings and woven carpets. In the garden, the landscape designer Jean Mus brought the scent of the maquis, myrtle and rosemary to the hotel. On the walls, gallery owner Amélie du Chalard displayed abstract works and invited Alexandre Benjamin Navet to imagine a colourful fresco in the restaurant (run by Beefbar). A vibrant tribute to the Saint-Tropez of yesteryear.
Lou Pinet, 70 chemin du Pinet, Saint-Tropez 83990