- The Byblos-Palace hotel is a luxury location in the heart of the village of Saint-Tropez, nestled between the Citadel and the “Place des Lices”. The hotel opens from April to October for the greater enjoyment of guests coming from all around the world. The region’s casual and cozy lifestyle is reflected in the 90 rooms and suites of the hotel.
- Saint-Tropez, where holidaymakers rub shoulders with jet-setters, celebrities and artists, has always been one of the world’s most exclusive destinations. Steps from the town’s hub, the Byblos has been the international beau monde’s preferred address since it opened its doors in 1967.
- A longtime favorite of Brigitte Bardot and Mick Jagger, who proposed to first wife Bianca, this celebrated hotel is always packed with high-profile globe-trotters and fashionistas.
- A cluster of terra-cotta- and gold-hued houses, Byblos is reminiscent of a Provençal seaside village, but don’t let that fool you—the resort boasts the region’s most famous nightclub, Les Caves du Roy; a swank Alain Ducasse concept restaurant; Sisley Spa; and that unique Tropezian spirit.
- The Alain Ducasse-created Rivea pays homage to the flavors of the Mediterranean and the poolside B buzzes with cocktails and small plates.
- Designed as a Mediterranean village, Byblos sits steps from designer shops and the lively harbor and a short walk from the beach.
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- Complimentary room upgrade on arrival.
- Daily complimentary buffet breakfast for two.
- Up to $100 dining or spa credit per stay, and or in-house dining / spa discounts.
- Welcome amenities (wine/chocolates/fruit) and card from the GM.
- Complimentary private airport transfers.
- Complimentary roll-away bed if required.
- Early check-in and late check-out.
- Complimentary Wi-Fi.
- Enhanced recognition through VIP status at all touch points in the guest experience.
A complete or partial suite of VIP benefits will be offered, subject to the property T&C, including availability, category of room & length of stay.
This modern brasserie has a hip vibe, thanks to the stylish interiors and bustling terrace, decidedly the place to see and be seen.
This village, located on a rocky hill above the peninsula, is one of the most beautiful in France and offers panoramic views over the bay and the Maures hills.
Located at the port, the cocktail lounge and club is perfectly situated to take in views of the mega-yachts at dock, and the beautiful people on board them.
In a 14th-century church, the museum counts works by Matisse, Signac and Dufy in its collection, and also runs temporary exhibits highlighting contemporary local artists.
The charming village nestled in the hills is picturesque, with its narrow streets crammed between ancient ramparts, churches, vineyards and windmills.
Precious antiques, farm-fresh produce and beautiful linens are all on offer at the open-air market that takes places on central Places des Lices every Tuesday and Saturday.
Those who walk along the 7-mile (11-kilometer) path from the Tour du Portalet to the Pinet headland will discover unique vegetation, tiny coves and lovely beaches of fine white sand.
The restaurant, which is in the Résidence de la Pinède on the pretty Plage de la Bouillabaisse, uses fresh fish and local produce in innovative and interesting ways.
Set in the heart of Saint-Tropez, just a few minutes from the magnificent beaches, stands the Byblos Saint-Tropez Palace Hotel. Built as a Mediterranean-style village, you will be surrounded by small courtyards and patios immersed in the fragrances of bougainvillea and lavender, cool havens with all the colors of the South of France. A Provencal lifestyle awaits you within our 90 guestrooms and suites, each featuring a different Mediterranean decor. Since its opening in 1967, Hotel Byblos Saint-Tropez has always been decidedly hip. Guests wind their way around the resort to find dining and entertainment, including the Sisley spa; the famed Les Caves du Roy nightclub; the Cucina restaurant by Alain Ducasse; the B., a casual dining area next to the waterfall-fed pool; Arcadia restaurant by the pool, the new gourmet hot spot in town; and Byblos Beach on Pampelonne bay. Guestrooms are hidden away and offer a personal touch in an exclusive atmosphere.
For relaxation, enjoy our outdoor swimming pool with jet stream. An extensive choice of facilities includes luxury shops, fitness center and hairdresser. Spa by Sisley Cosmetics” echoes the spirit of the hotel and offers a full range of Sisley face and body treatments, including some specially created for the Byblos and a program that revolves around the guest’s five senses. Byblos Beach Ramatuelle features a restaurant and bar lounge area and 100 sun loungers. The “B.” proposes a cuisine with Mediterranean flavors, while overseen by Ducasse, Cucina restaurant is a traditional Italian trattoria. Arcadia restaurant by the pool, is the new gourmet hot spot in Saint-Tropez.
None of the 40 rooms and 51 suites are like any of the others. Common among them, though, is the understanding that bedrooms are for relaxing, not for the unloading of challenging design concepts. Space is ample, even in standard rooms. In the junior suites, you’d hold a cocktail party for 30. Colours are soft but not neutral, with splashes of magnolia, light blue and red offsetting whites and greys. Beds, bedding and furnishings are sumptuous, bathrooms as fine as you’d expect when you’re welcoming Emirate princesses. Beyond the windows are the pool, the gardens and the Med sun. False note? The head-sized slab of meringue served as a welcome bedroom nibble. But we’re really stretching there.
Offering views of the garden, the pool or the village and measuring between 35 and 45 m², the Junior Suites are all different and decorated in the colors of the Mediterranean.
With an area of between 35 and 40 m², Duplex are on two levels, the bedroom upstairs is open to the living room.
Nestled in the green setting of the “Hameau” or in the heart of the hotel, the Roy Suites have an area of between 45 and 50 m². All renovated, some have balcony or terrace.
Offering pool or garden views, these luxurious suites feature spacious bedrooms and lounges in an elegant and refined atmosphere. They have an area between 70 and 80 m².
Missoni Home Suite
The Missoni Home Suite is the largest of the Byblos Saint-Tropez hotel. Overlooking the pool, this 180 m2 suite, located in the heart of the hotel, has been redesigned and decorated by the Italian brand Missoni Home.
Spread throughout the hotel, these rooms offer views of the garden, pool or village. Each of the rooms is personalized and fully equipped, with an area between 28 and 35 m².
Round the pool, the open-ended bar – a Saint-Tropez hotspot in summer – segues into the “B” restaurant. Here you may eat pretty much whatever you want round the clock, late-night burgers through a buffet breakfast sufficient to the annual needs of an average family. Keynote restaurant, though, is the Rivea beneath lantern-lit trees by the town square. It’s a creation by super-chef Alain Ducasse majoring on Mediterranean simplicity. Look for the taste, not the twiddly plate decoration – in hors-d’oeuvre dishes like bean salad and vitello tonnato, mains like beef in daube. Three-course menu is €68 (£59).
Set beside the pool, Restaurant B. evolves from an airy breakfast retreat to a casual Med eatery at lunch. The dinner menu fits the hotel’s buzzy vibe with a series of small plates—mezze, kemia, antipasti and tapas—ideal for sharing over champagne and cocktails.
Rivea at Byblos
Recently opened under Alain Ducasse’s vision, Rivea at Byblos offers a menu that blends French and Italian tastes with the use of local and seasonal ingredients. Overlooking the Place des Lices, it is a relaxed and informal destination restaurant for guests and locals to enjoy.
L'Epicerie by Byblos
A 100% Byblos grocery store that offers everyone exceptional products selected or prepared by the chef of Byblos.
In powder blue and grey, the young staff ensure that, if you’re not Bill Gates, you’re treated as if you were. In few other places have I felt quite so keenly that my appearance made the staff’s happiness complete. Meanwhile, the hotel’s focus of attention is the heated outdoor pool. Somewhere nearby is France’s first Sisley spa, whose Salon Libanais – all 17th-century wooden marquetry and wondrously carved panels – hosted at least part of Mick and Bianca’s wedding night. You’ll maybe need it after a night in the Caves-du-Roy, France’s most celeb-filled night-club. It’s being refreshed for the 50th anniversary, but the keynote psychedelic palm-trees remain.
You will enjoy water permanently at 28 ° and you will relax around, on our sunbathing sleek and perfect comfort. A wooden deck draws outlines of the pool and beautifully wooded planters will guarantee you complete privacy.
Discovering the “Soins Essentiels Spa” by Sisley is to let yourself go in the sensorial world of an exceptional brand, well-known for efficiency and high quality products. You benefit from an exceptional “savoir-faire” and the experience from a luxurious brand known for using the best of essential oils and plant extracts. the best of cosmetics in an exceptional environment.
Combining performance and latest technology, the best fitness equipment is available in our new Fitness Room.