Studio Festen signs a corner of paradise perched among the rocks of the Côte d’Azur, halfway between Cannes and Saint Tropez.
The Hotel Les Roches Rouges is a destination for idyllic stays in contact with the sea and the Mediterranean maquis, located between water and land, it enjoys an enviable position.
The renovation project has emphasized and enhanced the clean lines of the classic architecture of the Riviera, typical of the 50s and 60s, using some colors as a leitmotif of the dialogue between land and sea.
Azure, ocher and blue are the masters of this operation by the Festen architects, to whom they decide to combine natural, poor but native materials, such as aged oak and terracotta.
The custom-made project of the fixed furnishings is intriguing, alongside the vintage pieces and works of art that contaminate the entire structure.
All fifty rooms have personalized interiors, the terrace overlooking the sea is dotted with vintage deckchairs of South American origin and umbrellas that look like small works of art, the 30-metre-long natural pool was dug out of the rock, in contact with the brackish water.
This Hotel represents a unique destination of its kind, shaped by unique design and attention to detail.
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