Dating to 1850 and previously the residence of a French hairdresser, this charming hotel resides in the heart of St-Tropez, 2 minutes from the Vieux Port. The decor exudes baroque sophistication, especially in the gold-and-bronze drawing room where high ceilings, Corinthian columns, and stained glass dominate. Outside, the Oriental-themed garden is no less elegant, filled with palm, lemon, and orange trees as well as bamboo and papyrus plants. All 10 rooms are individually and personally decorated, with themes ranging from "La Chanel," where a plush combination of pinks and grays complements a small balcony, to "La Chinoise," where a black marble fireplace and Chippendale armchairs in dark bamboo and black leather reign. The restaurant further develops Mistralée's slight obsession with Asia: Chef Pascale Bouissie offers Provençal cooking with a Chinese flair.
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