Been in numerous times, and it’s still the place to be. Got a little bit old but it developed a certain charm. The terrace is where everybody meets in the night at such a point that last summer there were more people on the terrace than in the famous disco Les Caves under it. Almost every room is different and you have different little corridors to get to it. Some people prefer the rooms facing the swimming pool but be careful as in the night they can be noisy because of the terrace. I stayed into a Dupleix with an interior stair case and also in a swimming pool facing one. The suite Dupleix had a lovely view of the typical Provencal roofs and to the port in the background. The other one that I tried was more convenient to sit at the window and talk to my friends on the terrace. I was not disturbed by the noise.
- Official Description (provided by the hotel):
- Refined, exclusive, the Byblos Saint-Tropez (41 rooms & 50 suites) is a magical destination by itself: located in the very heart of the village and two minutes walk from the famous Place des Lices. "Rivea" is the most recent restaurant of the hotel, the concept was created by world renowned chef Alain Ducasse and the theme is to blend French and Italian Gastronomy with an emphasis on local and seasonal ingredients. The "B." proposes a cuisine with Mediterranean flavours and being located right by the pool, enables our guests to fully chill out. And after dinner, the Must is to end up your Tropezian day at our world renowned nightclub: Les Caves du Roy. ... more less
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- Also Known As:
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