Hotel du Cap-Eden-Roc


Our heavenly setting above the rocks has captivated all at first sight. When Le Figaro’s founder, Auguste De Villemessant, first set eyes on ‘Le Cap’, he envisaged Villa Soleil, a place of inspiration for writers. Dashing Russian aristocrats Paul de Fersen, and then Alexis de Plestcheyeff, eventually brought his idea to life, and in 1870 Grand Hotel du Cap began her elegant history. It was visionary hotelier, Antoine Sella, who established a halcyon retreat for creative spirits and grand romantic encounters, the Riviera legend was born.

The Eden-Roc Splash has been a house signature cocktail since 1934, when it was invented by Jimmy Pujatti, Hotel du Cap-Eden-Roc’s beloved bartender at the time. In celebration of our 150th anniversary, Head Bartender Christophe Lencioni proposes an updated spin on Pujatti’s original 1934 recipe with a fresh hint of raspberry. discover the recipe

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Pan dei Palais, St Tropez


A short stroll from the bustling Place des Lices and the colourful harbour, you’ll discover Pan Deï Palais. Surrounded by picturesque streets and palms, the 12-room hotel is your private oasis in the heart of Saint-Tropez.

Steeped in charming history since 1835, the hotel was originally a private residence built as a romantic gesture for Indian royalty, Princess Bannu Pan Deï, from soldier Jean-François Allard. Playful tributes to this love story can be discovered throughout the decor and finishing touches, with nods to the vibrant East. Pops of colour, dark wood and Indian rugs decorate rooms, with a stunning mural taking centre stage in the restaurant.

For guests that want to retreat, Pan Deï Palais is equipped with all the elements for a relaxing stay;  from the indulgent fine dining Italian restaurant, Dolceva, to the beautiful garden complete with a pool and sun loungers to soak up the Mediterranean sun. Meanwhile, our treatment rooms offer a moment of zen, harnessing the art of Ayurvedic medicine and a commitment to wellness.