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Luxury Hotel Sezz Saint-Tropez, designed by Studio Ory elegance and tranquility
Nestled in the beautiful Gulf of Saint-Tropez Hotel Sezz Saint-Tropez by designer Christophe Pillet and Shahe Kalaidjian hotel. From the ruins of a 3 star architect Jean-Jacques Ory has developed the elegant architecture of this luxury hotel in line with the international green building practices. Sezz sheds new light on the style of the other luxury hotels in Saint Tropez. Hotel Sezz Saint-Tropez is surrounded by a lush garden and focuses on a central pond. The unique and distinctive style of designer Christophe Pillet is felt in almost every corner.
Pool at Hotel Sezz Saint-Tropez
Pillet finds inspiration in the typical Provencal style of the region and has performed again with his creative genius, for which he is internationally recognized. Public spaces begin by spacious foyer that leads to the Dom Pérignon bar and restaurant.
Sunny pool terrace at Hotel Sezz Saint-Tropez
Dark gray sandstone, cement and tiles, aged, stained wood materials are used in the restaurant. They are fully established by the team Pillet, you can either make large vases high gloss, lights elegantly hidden and futuristic seats. Pillet, which was formed by Philippe Starck, is the consistency of materials throughout the hotel.
White orchids on the coffee table
Each of the 37 rooms, suites and villas at Hotel Sezz Saint-Tropez express the spirit of the French Riviera. The lush green of the surrounding gardens breathe life into a graceful design Pillet.
White sofa and metal tables
interesting night Table Design
Access to the terrace
Single chamber design