An oasis of calm in the heart of Saint-Tropez, Pan Deï Palais is one of the rare places which offer both a private beach and a stunning pool.
A well-kept secret
Behind its discreet ochre façade with pale blue shutters, Pan Deï Palais is dressed in all its finery. Its twelve rooms and suites are furnished and decorated with Indian spirit, sprinkled with references to the love story which, 200 years ago, brought together General Jean-François Allard and the Indian princess Bannu Pan Deï.
Most of the rooms overlook the beautiful blue-tiled pool, surrounded by a Mediterranean gardens of olive and palm trees. On sunny days, relax on one of the loungers with views of another unmissable spot at Pan Deï Palais – the private beach, Jardin Tropézina.
Jardin Tropézina, Pan Deï Palais’ private beach
Set on the iconic Pampelonne Beach, made famous by Brigitte Bardot thanks to Roger Vadim’s film ‘And God Created Woman’, Jardin Tropézina is an incrediblycalm, exceptional location. A Mini-Moke or Rolls Royce is at your disposal to take you directly from the hotel to the private Saint-Tropez beach reservedexclusively for Pan Deï Palais guests.
Stretched out on your lounger, in the shade of the white parasols, you can spend hours alternating between reading, dozing and swimming in the vast blue of the Mediterranean. At lunchtime, you don’t need to go any further than Jardin Tropézina’s terrace. Open all day, you can also enjoy breakfast by the water, or dinner watching the sun go down.
A restaurant with your feet in the sand
Seated on the banquettes with stripy cushions, in the shade of the pergola, try a fresh seasonal salad or some grilled fish, all accompanied by a delicious cold glass of Roseblood rosé wine from Château d’Estoublon.
Afterwards, all you need to do is enjoy all the benefits of a private beach in Saint-Tropez, or the numerous activities in the village, before returning at the beginning of the evening for an aperitif with your feet in the sand, watching the sun go down as the DJ plays their set.