Once again, Cheval Blanc St-Tropez, a glorious representative of the famous collection on the Côte d’Azur, awaits guests. The hotel rooms overlook a sandy beach and the vast blue horizon of the Mediterranean. The same colour flows into the interiors, which are designed in a blue and white palette, using natural materials such as wood and stone. The perfume Riviera Chic, specially created for the hotel, captures all the enticing natural fragrances of Saint-Tropez: the coastal breeze with woody notes of pine groves, violets, jasmine, and citrus.

La Vague d’Or, the three-star Michelin restaurant, uses local seasonal produce to create dishes with a distinctive Provence flavour. At Spa Cheval Blanc, where Guerlain signature treatments are performed, you can experience a space where serene summer reigns all year round.

The hotel team presents a thousand and one holiday scenarios. For example, in addition to shopping on the Côte d’Azur, race-car rides, walks and picnics, the hotel team is happy to offer any activity the guests desire.

For those fans of Cheval Blanc who prefer cityscapes, a summer garden will open on 25 May on the terrace of the Parisian Hotel Collection. On the seventh floor, a 650-square-metre terrace immersed in greenery and flowers overlooks Paris’ main attractions: Notre Dame de Paris, The Louvre, the Eiffel Tower and Montmartre.

Especially for this event, Arnaud Donckele and chef William Beckin created an original light menu where tomatoes and strawberries reign supreme. The tomato surprises include French toast with green tomato sorbet, Cornue tomato stuffed with bulgur and cooked in a bread oven, and tomato with a juicy filling of beef, chilli pepper and sage. For the desserts, pastry chef Maxime Frederic suggests the strawberry-orange île flottante or the shortbread with young strawberries and rhubarb jam. And with a cocktail by head bartender Florian Thiraud, who adds extra virgin olive oils to the classic Pisco Sauer, Daiquiri and Margarita, it will be a pleasure to watch the sunset with a view of the Sacré Coeur…

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