Pan Deï Palais, a haven of peacefulness

A short walk from the Place des Lices, Pan Deï Palais is a privileged oasis for everyone wishing to stay at the heart of Saint-Tropez in all peace and quiet.

With a sense of familarity and ease, Pan Deï Palais is your home away from home.

A real love story hides behind the walls of Pan Deï Palais. In 1835, General Allard, a native of the area, presented it to his sweetheart, Indian Princess Bannu Pan Deï, as a testimonial to his love. Today, this residence steeped in history has lost none of its charm and is now an insider address at the heart of the legendary village of Saint-Tropez. With its Mediterranean garden and sumptuous pool, Pan Deï Palais is the ideal setting in which to restore your energy beneath the sun. Extremely intimate, the hotel only offers 12 Rooms and Suites, all with refined decor. Among them, a real gem: the Suite Shanti enjoying a breathtaking panoramic view of the town’s rooftops from its private terrace.

Gastronomic parentheses

As for gastronomy, a brand new concept is proposed this summer: “Cookoovaya“. Chef Periklis Koskinas invites you to savour Greek cuisine of remarkable refinement. Though if you prefer to exerience the Dolce Vita of the 1960’s, head for Zetta a few minutes’ walk away, to discover Chef Marco Garfagnini’s unprecedented concept of pizzettas to share. Or, for dining while facing the Mediterranean with your feet in the sand, take one of the hotel’s chauffeur-driven cars to reach its private beach, Jardin Tropézina, shared with Château de La Messardière. At all times of day, you can also set of to the Château in the same way for lunch or dinner at one of its restaurants (La Table d’Estoublon, Carrara, Matsuhisa Saint-Tropez, L’Auberge des Maures…), and take advantage of its many assets.

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