Scheduled for the summer of 2023, the Villas are perfect for families and friends wishing to enjoy a luxurious stay in complete privacy, while benefiting from the legendary Four Seasons service. Offering butler service and their own private access, the villas feature matching palettes and soft touches, with rich decorative accents and unexpected details paired with a touch of chic nautical charm. Pathways connect the hotel’s three villas, with secure gates ensuring that privacy is always maintained, making the villas the ideal solution for large groups wishing to rent all three villas. Villa guests have direct access to the hotel and can use all facilities throughout their stay.
“With Villa Rose-Pierre and the launch of Villa Beauchamp and Villa Clair-Soleil, guests seeking privacy and seclusion can enjoy the unique setting and fabulous design of the Villas, while benefiting from a exceptional Four Seasons service,” said General Manager François-Régis Simon. .
The hotel appointed renowned Parisian designer Sybille de Margerie to create bespoke interiors. “I chose a style that would respect the architecture and the classic side of the villas, combining both traditional and contemporary features to create a design that matches the desired aesthetic of today,” commented de Margerie. .
Just steps from the hotel’s fabulous Villa Rose Pierre, Villa Clair Soleil is an intimate two-bedroom villa offering a peaceful and quiet location enjoying magnificent sea views. Built in the mid-20th century, the villa The two-bedroom apartment features backless palettes and soft touches typical of villas in the Saint-Jean du Cap-Ferrat region. Interiors have fresh, simple clean lines and whitewashed walls; soft accents of green echo the surrounding natural landscape, while earthy tones of orange and terracotta add a touch of Provencal charm. The Villa has a wonderfully spacious sea-facing terrace with swimming pool, as well as a private gym offering access to the garden.
The five-bedroom Villa Beauchamp exudes a distinct southern feel, with sleek finishes and neutral palettes blending with greens and blues to echo the colors of the sea and surrounding vegetation. References to the South of France abound, especially in the master bedroom, which has a stunning bathroom mosaic floor with patterns inspired by the work of Jean Cocteau, who transformed the walls of nearby Villa Santo Sospir into a dream space.
The lush gardens of the Villa are home to a magnificent 16 meter long swimming pool shaded by pines, fig trees, laurels and cypresses. Other facilities include a state-of-the-art entertainment center with home cinema, sauna, steam room and fitness center with direct access to the garden. Adjacent to the Villa is the Pavilion, a self-contained, fully-equipped two-bedroom guest house which is the perfect solution for friends or for teenagers who want a bit more privacy. The two bedrooms in the pavilion have a private bathroom and a private terrace.
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