The owners of Lou Pinet in Saint-Tropez dreamed of creating not a noisy crowded resort, but a cozy hotel that resembles a private house where friends gather. To implement their ideas, they invited the French architect and designer Charles Zahn to work on the project. It was he who recreated the vintage spirit of Saint-Tropez of the 60s and 70s here: an emphasis on color inserts and prints, retro furniture and a fascination with geometry. But at the same time, this is still the same south of France with stone houses with a tiled roof, wicker furniture and awnings, cypresses, olives and a pool that beckons with its coolness. In addition to cozy rooms, there is a spa, gym, bar and restaurant. The owners and staff are head over heels in love with the French Riviera, and this affection is reflected in the hotel’s appearance and the inspiring atmosphere here!
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