The Tropezian property of Maisons Pariente group is starting a new season with charm and refinement in the heart of a lush two-hectare park.
Once frequented by Brigitte Bardot and Pablo Picasso, Lou Pinet had fallen into oblivion before being brilliantly taken over by Maisons Pariente, who are responsible for the Coucou Méribel and Crillon-le-Brave in Vaucluse. Far from the show-off of some Saint-Tropez hotels, Lou Pinet promises a refined and relaxing stay. This chic refuge, more like a large house than a hotel, offers 34 rooms completely redesigned by architect Charles Zana in a Tropezian- Mediterranean spirit. The furniture and objects were made to measure by calling on craftsmen from the region. In this 5-star establishment, we find with pleasure the charm of Saint-Tropez, here in a green setting. In the center of the hotel, near a monumental sculpture signed Ugo Rondinone, we lounge, to the sound of cicadas, by a 15-meter long pool located below the restaurant. In the morning, under a magnificent pergola or in the main room, there is a superb high-quality breakfast buffet while at noon and in the evening, the Beefbar restaurant takes over.This popular table unveils a very beautiful menu where the finest meats from all over the world (black angus, wagyu, kobe…) rub shoulders with salads, and fish. New this year, a meat sushi bar has opened in a new space where you can feast on wagyu rolls and truffle nigiri. Lou Pinet rhymes with idleness, desire for disconnection, and well-being. Head to the spa, in partnership with the organic American brand Tata Harper Skincare, where you can treat yourself to a treatment or massage. Staying quietly at Lou Pinet does not mean living in isolation.The Place des Lices is only a 5-minute shuttle ride away, and the Salins beach is very close. With its good vibrations, Lou Pinet is the confidential address we dream of all year round, a precious setting that will undoubtedly house sweet holiday memories.