Ever wonder what a St. Tropez resort is like?
Still very much a destination for the rich and famous, The Byblos Hotel in St. Tropez is a community of its own and is home to the world’s most beautiful people, including serving as a Grace Jones’ ultimate paradise playground.
This summer, the Byblos Hotel will celebrate its 50th anniversary with a series of parties, fancy dinners, and exquisite culinary experiences.
Beloved by royalty and a haven for celebrities, Groupe Floirat’s Hotel Byblos & nightclub Les Caves Du Roy, will celebrate their 50th anniversary next year having held residence in the heart of St Tropez since 1967. Ahead of the celebration, the hotel has unveiled its exclusive series of partners for the occasion.
Over a half a century later, celebrities and jetsetters all continue to enjoy intimate luxury experiences within the timeless walls of the property and dance the night away in its famous nightclub.
For its upcoming 50th anniversary, Hotel Byblos has partnered with a range of high-
end luxury brands in order to create limited edition and exclusive products for Byblos’ giftshop. These brands include Don Perignon, Missoni, Sisley, and Goyard.
Each year, the hotel opens in April and closes around October, and will host guests who have been vacationing at the Byblos for over 20 years.
American Singer and performers such as Grace Jones love this place because it is all about casual opulence.
Every room in the hotel is different. Missoni is actually designing an entire room suite and will debut their interiors in April.
The Hotel invites many different artists and singers from around the world to perform.
The location is also a mecca for foreign cars.
St. Tropez is home to many Racing and Yachting events.
The culinary experience is utter bliss.
Each dining experience is utter bliss. Guests experience French cuisine at its best with a special curated menu by executive chef Vincent Maillard of RIVEA by ALAIN DUCASSE.
Below is a French dish featuring fish tomatoes and olives.
The Hotel is located in the iconic French Riviera.
All photos courtesy of The Byblos Hotel in St. Tropez.