EPI 1959

AFTER THE HIGHLY ACCLAIMED REVIVAL OF EPI 1959 LAST SUMMER, THIS INTIMATE HOTEL IS READY TO INAUGURATE A NEW SEASON, AFFIRMING ITS VISION OF A DIFFERENT KIND OF LUXURY AND A RETURN TO SAINT-TROPEZ’S GOLDEN AGE. EPI 1959 IS NOT A TYPICAL HOTEL.

It is an exclusive place with 10 rooms of quiet luxury, offering sophistication and the privilege of feeling at home. It's almost like borrowing the keys to a friend's villa, like when Hubert de Givenchy rented a cottage in Pampelonne. The scene of this paradise was set in particular by American garden-designer Madison Cox, a plant virtuoso who has designed some of the most beautiful gardens in the world, including the Majorelle Garden in Marrakesh; meanwhile, tennis balls echo on the clay of the hotel's tennis club. In the Saint-Tropez sun, the parasols offer an ideal refuge to enjoy the catch of the day served at the Mediterranean restaurant, where you can feast on freshly grilled seafood with your feet in the sand… It is a new definition of luxury that does not shun simplicity, orchestrated by the attentive yet discreet presence of Epi's staff. The 2019 season heralds some new additions, such as the opening of an Asian restaurant and sake bar, located in a Japanese garden near the stone cottage at the entrance to the property. Guests will also be able to enjoy a unique outdoor cinema programme at nightfall, comfortably seated on beach loungers with their feet in the sand just steps from their rooms. The blue piano, located near the reception, will provide sublime moments for the privileged few who attend the concerts that will be held throughout the summer. Athletic endeavours are not to be overlooked, as Epi has installed a fitness centre just metres from the clubhouse. The Matcha Café in the garden will refresh guests after their yoga, cycling or other exercise sessions… and thus cap off the refined pleasure of every moment dear to Epi. An establishment that has not yet had the last word in redefining the excellence of a new chic.