At a Glance

Le Beauvallon is one of the seven Belle Époque palaces built between Cannes and Marseille and the only one remaining in its original state as hôtel particulier.

Now over one hundred years old, this Belle Époque property has been transformed into a private hotel residence, where modern day conveniences exist alongside the lingering elegance of the early 20th century.



Features & Facilities

The property is set in 10 acres of landscaped gardens, while behind it are the greens of the 18-hole Golf Club du Beauvallon. 
Saint-Tropez is less than 7 minutes away by the property’s Fjord 40 Crusier.

The main residence has accommodation for 88 guests.

Le Beauvallon's location lends it enviable amounts of privacy. Sitting on a gentle slope, the estate's front opens out to the sea, while its rear is guarded by hills and mountains. The long driveway ensures all who approach can be security checked before they reach the building. Beyond this, Le Beauvallon employs a permanent security team, who are very familiar with all the nuances of the estate


Getting Here

Le Beauvallon lies in the Var Department of France on the Côte d'Azur, between the little seaside towns of Sainte Maxime to the east and Port Grimaud to the west, opposite Saint-Tropez.

The major regional airport in Nice is an hour drive away and there are other airports in close proximity. Helicopters can land on site.

Transport services are available on request. Helicopters and private jets can be arranged.
 

 

There are very few places in the world where one feels refreshed... These special places fill us with desire to stop, make ourselves comfortable and wish that the sun and time would stand still, so that one can at last taste the exquisite happiness...
— Count J.D. Germond, historian, writing about Le Beauvallon


...I had known nothing about this life...Forty three degrees Centigrade, the sea a fierce blue. I sleep on the terrace... Sunrise turns the sea white, and oh madame, the garlic and the onions in this latitude are so sweet...
— Colette, novelist, writing at Le Beauvallon