The fourth Maison Cheval Blanc just joined the collection. The Résidence de la Pinède brings the charm of the French Riviera into the fold of the group LVMH.
A few months after reinforcing its management, the group LVMH is continuing to expand in the luxury hotel segment . After Courchevel (2006), the Maldives (2013) and the Caribbean (2014), now Saint Tropez will welcome the latest acquisition of Maisons Cheval Blanc. The building, with its multitude of balustrades and balconies on its façade, offers 30 rooms and suites in addition to its Mediterranean charm with its Tropezian accent.
The hotel also has a gourmet restaurant run by three-starred chef Arnaud Donckele, La Vague d'Or, as well as another restaurant, La Terrasse, and a bar. A Guerlain spa and a fully outfitted beach offer the latest amenities of this new address.
Other properties will join the ranks of Maisons Cheval Blanc in the years to come, starting with a 72-room project in the former Parisian department store created in 1870, La Samaritaine, which will open in 2020. London will not miss out either and by 2022 will also host a property in the collection.
Dans les prochaines années, d’autres propriétés rejoindront les rangs des Maisons Cheval Blanc, à commencer par un projet de 72 chambres dans l’ancien grand magasin parisien créé en 1870, la Samaritaine, qui ouvrira courant 2020. Londres ne sera pas en reste et hébergera aussi un établissement de la collection à l’horizon 2022.