The hotel is now part of the collection Maisons Pariente, including Hotel Crillon le Brave, Hotel Lou Pinet in Saint Tropez, Hotel le Coucou in Meribel and upcoming hotel in Paris Le Marais in 2021.
Hotel Lou Pinet
History & Story
Far from the crowds, near to everything, the Hotel Lou Pinet strikes the perfect balance for the ultimate Saint-Tropez holiday.
The love affair between the Pariente family and the peninsula is a long one that started with the grandparents. Passed down through the generations, the family tradition has faithfully continued.
Bewitched by the place to this day, the Pariente family took over the Hotel Lou Pinet in 2017, completely transforming it with the ultimate dream team. Charles Zana for the architecture, landscaper Jean Mus for the gardens and BeefBar’s Riccardo Giraudi for the restaurant. In love with the south in general and the French Riviera in particular, the team members have joined forces to reinvent the Hotel Lou Pinet as they would a private home where friends gather for a different take on Saint-Tropez. The real one.
June 2019 ( new opening)
Date added extensions
June 2019 (new opening)
Main Strengths, Special Touch
Hotel Lou Pinet’s 34 spacious rooms and suites are bathed in light with dual-aspect windows in many of the rooms and bathrooms.
Most come with a private garden with an outdoor lounge for that at-home feeling. Some have a unique décor with bespoke creations by Charles Zana. Throughout, you’ll find light hues with the occasional black highlighting, natural stone, wrought iron, sophisticated cane effects, linen, wood and a joyful blend of textures and materials for a gentle, sunny ambiance.
Reception and concierge 24/7
Heated swimming pool at 28°c
Free shuttle to the city center or to Tahiti beaches 5minutes
As in Gainsbourg’s song, the Hotel Lou Pinet is the place to be in Saint-Tropez with a strategic location between the Place des Lices bowls games and the peninsula’s most sought-after beaches – the privilege of an address that dates back to the 60s before fever took hold of the little village and distorted its original soul.