The iconic Hotel nestled in the heart of the world’s most famous village is re-opening this season with four new suites designed by Laura Gonzalez. Colors of the Mediterranean and the particular light bathing the resort, which inspired so many painters like André Dunoyer de Segonzac or Charles Camoin, set the tone. Laura’s vision is festive, modern and chic, reflecting a positive joie de vivre. Each suite owns its particular atmosphere.  A declination of coral tones mixed with pale yellow and turquoise along with washed bluish green hues create a symphony both soothing and exhilarating. Owner Antoine Chevanne (the founder’s great-grandson) commissioned the French designer as they share the same values of subtle elegance. “The idea was to keep the very essence of Byblos, imagining the suites like those of a family home,” says the designer whose booking order includes some of the trendiest Parisian restaurants and nightclubs.

Byblos Saint-Tropez is a member of the Groupe Floirat founded by Sylvain Floirat in 1955. The family owned business is synonymous of a warm art de vivre and simple yet elegant luxury. 

Le Byblos (hotel *****Palace), a village within the village in Saint-Tropez is completed with Byblos Beach and the famed Caves du Roy nightclub. In Normandy, the Group owns Les Manoirs de Tourgéville (**** hotel). On the South-western Atlantic coast of France, in the Basque country La Réserve Saint-Jean-de Luz offers another version of the same philosophy.