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Set on the glorious Provence coast, Hôtel Les Roches Rouges is a sanctuary of barefoot Riviera luxury steeped in a stunning natural environment and authentic regional culture. Renowned Parisian architecture firm Festen has reworked the late-1950s/early 1960s structure, stripping away unnecessary ornamentation to emphasize the clean nautical-modernist lines of classic French Riviera architecture and put full focus on the vast blue expanse of Mediterranean Sea just outside the windows. Far from the crowds, the hotel offers several hideaways for admiring the sunset, while its Mediterranean garden showcases aromatic vegetation in coastal terrain. Here, too, one finds a natural seawater swimming pool cut directly into the coastal rock. Hôtel Les Roches Rouges embraces guests looking for the perfect Provence escape.
MADE BY ORIGINALS
Valéry Grégo lets a building do the talking. “With my hotels we start with the original purpose of the structure, the history of the neighborhood, the personality of the place,” he says. “The concept evolves from there organically. We never have a concept before we start.” For Grégo, a hotel is an experience based on the property’s past, and he works tirelessly to restore it in order to highlight its strong personality and history.
ARCHITECTURE & DESIGN
Reanimating a midcentury structure and adding a contemporary twist, Parisian architecture firm Festen pared back decades of bad renovations to create modern, nautical spaces and an exterior aesthetic that typifies the style of the French Riviera. While wooden huts and viewing points encourage guests to appreciate the sea, the interiors are characterized by colors of the Estérel region and materials such as polished concrete, aged oak, and terra cotta ceramics by Céramiques du Beaujolais.