Le Yaca

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Located in the maze of Saint-Tropez' small streets, close to the Citadel.
The dark lobby contrasts handsomely with the sunny patio. Once your eyes have adjusted to the dim lighting, you will discover all sorts of oriental details – rugs, lamps, and accessories – all of them single copies. painstakingly collected by the Huret family.
Well-groomed garden with pool, a restaurant, shuttle service to the Pampelonne beaches.
High-end Italian cuisine at the in-house restaurant "Il Patio."
32 rooms and suites are spread across the two sections of the building, either overlooking the picturesque courtyard with the pool, the streets of the historic town centre, or the bay of Saint-Tropez. All of the rooms are done in French Mediterranean style with a romantic touch. Complimentary WiFi.
Friendly and solicitous. The large number of regulars suggests that the hotel has managed to uphold its high service standard for many years.

Le Yaca Hotel, Saint-Tropez

This Mediterranean house built in 1722 is full of nooks and crannies. It was bought by the dancer Philippe Tallien after World War II and turned into a hotel called "L’Aïoli." It quickly evolved into a favourite retreat of bohemians and leading artists. Greta Garbo, Jean Cocteau and Louis de Funès counted among its regulars. In 1980, the hotel was taken over by the Huret family, who has taken great care to keep the spirit of the place alive. The oriental-style lobby opens onto the lush Mediterranean inner courtyard with its garden and pool. Some of the rooms have direct access to the pool or feature patios overlooking the pool. A charming gem, "Le Yaca" attracts a pampered clientele that revels in the memories of the old Saint-Tropez.
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A touch of the Orient on the Côte d'Azur.
Only a few of the rooms on the upper floors come with a sea view.

Location: Saint-Tropez | Côte d'Azur

Le Yaca
1 Boulevard d'Aumale · 83990 Saint-Tropez


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