In a new décor this season and until August 31st, from 20:00 to 22:45 every day, Chef Rocco Seminara and his team will seduce their diner guests with a refined and innovative cuisine. Celebrating local products with a touch of fantasy and much virtuosity Chef Rocco dares associating langoustine with coco beans from the Hotel’s own garden across the street, black snapper and poutargue, or tender lamb and turnips.
For the sweet tooth, Pastry Chef Yann Odic’s delicate, fragrant and sometime spicy deserts are not to be dismissed.
Launched last summer, the Byblos Beach is also open, offering luxurious services in a laid-back, relaxing atmosphere on Pampelonne beach.
A family-owned hotel, the Byblos has been the place to stay and be seen since it opened its doors, in the late sixties. Conceived as a village within one of the world’s most famous villages, the Byblos is a mythical place. Offering a combination of the very best from the past, the present and the future, the Palace welcomes guests to 17, 000 sqm of spectacular living space, resolutely modern with all the latest technologies but retaining its indelible charm and character. Each of the 91 rooms, including 50 suites and the huge poolside Missoni Suite, designed by Rosita Missoni, is different.
After a sun-filled day tanning, the new restaurant named after the imaginary region and alleged birthplace of Zeus, in Greece, Arcadia is the place to retreat for an al-fresco dinner.