Les Caves Du Roy Saint-Tropez Reveals 50th Anniversary Upgrade

Will Speros • June 16, 2017

The famed Les Caves Du Roy Saint-Tropez nightclub at the Hotel Byblos in the South of France is celebrating the 50th anniversary of the property with the launch of its newly renovated look from Miami-based designer and architect Francois Frossard of Francois Frossard Design.

The venue features 70 tables as well as two bars and its iconic dance floor. A new, grandiose main entrance is embellished with lasercut main entry bar that features the 50th anniversary logo in polished brass. The spacious open floor showcases a palette of brass, cognac, and warm woods, while seating is configured amphitheater style with banquettes upholstered in rich cognac leather in diamond stitching. Larger tables surround the dance floor and new rosewood walls evoke elegance in harmony with a variety of tufted velvet panels. Signature golden palm trees and the club’s trademark disco ball have remained intact.

A/V technology upgrades are highlighted by LED ceiling fixtures that also capture movement and undulation reminiscent of ocean waves. A new sound system and redesigned DJ booth are also included.