Hotel Épi 1959

Low-Key, Intimate, Beach Chic

1128 Route de l'Épi 83350 Ramatuelle

+33 4 9456-8267

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At a Glance

Despite being located just steps away from St. Tropez's day scene, Hotel Épi 1959 is a laid-back oasis away from the buzz of the beach.

Indagare Loves

  • The proximity to Pampelonne and its beach clubs
  • The relaxed Tropézienne vibe
  • The two large swimming pools surrounded by plush cabanas


Following extensive renovations, Épi 1959 has reopened to much buzz, and the refreshed property truly feels like it has captured the essence of the Tropézienne lifestyle.

Épi offers a different kind of laid back, quiet luxury and a return to Saint-Tropez’s golden age. Just steps from Nikki Beach and all of the beach clubs of Pampelonne, the hotel is located right in the heart of the day scene. The property has an easygoing, feet-in-the-sand vibe and offers public beach access, though it is not on the beach.

There are only 10 rooms on the property, giving the hotel a very intimate feel. They are small, individual cabins that—after a day in the sun—give you the feeling of returning to your home. Each cabin is decorated uniquely with 60s-inspired accents and offer views of the pool or gardens.

The hotel also has a tennis court and two fantastic pools, each surrounded by plush cabanas—a perfect place to while away the day. EPI 1959 has an Asian restaurant and sake bar, matcha cafe and a Mediterranean restaurant called The Grill. The hotel unveiled its new fitness center in 2019, but still does not have a spa.

Who Should Stay Épi 1959 is best for easygoing couples and families or groups of friends who want to be on Pampelonne Beach. This is a hotel for people who love beachy, intimate properties and who love having their feet in the sand.

Written by Kathryn Nathanson

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