Chateau de la Messardiere in Saint Tropez

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Château de la Messardière is a 5-star Palace located in Saint‑Tropez in the Var region, spanning both Provence and the French Riviera.

The exclusive Château de la Messardière is Saint‑Tropez’s largest hotel with its 117 rooms, featuring a Spa, gourmet restaurant and poolside restaurant, bars, an art gallery and magnificent 25-acre grounds (an official French Bird Protection League / Birdlife International ornithological reserve).

Benefiting from an exceptionally refined environment, Château de la Messardière also provides a magical backdrop for weddings and receptions, business tourism, incentive, team-building and prestigeous events of all kinds.

Situated on a hillside, just a hop from Saint‑Tropez’s center and Pampelonne beaches, Château de la Messardière spans the Bay of Saint‑Tropez, vineyards of Ramatuelle and the Med.

Built in the 19th century and fully restored since, the 5-star Château de la Messardière — regarded as a genuine institution in Saint‑Tropez — has maintained all its extraordinary original character.

A soothing & stylish ambiance

Chateau de la Messardiere in Saint Tropez

The Messardière’s absolute elegance is the fruit of a powerful and harmonious architecture featuring turrets, domes, vaults and arcades, combined with a beautiful interior offering all the warmth of typical Provençal ochres, Oriental rugs, wrought ironwork and an Englishman’s club-style bar.

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