VIP Room (Residence du Nouveau Port, Saint-Tropez) — The VIP Room is notorious for appealing to the rich and famous, as well as locals. The club features an upstairs dance floor that also has a small bar area. The ambience may be dark, but the music is modern and techno and works at getting the […]
Nikki Beach (Route de L’Epi, Ramatuelle) – this is the megaclub of the same name found in other trendy global locations, like Miami Beach, Marrakech, St. Barth’s, Ibiza, and Marbella. This venue is open at this location from May to September, and does have a competent lunch & dinner menu, although many patrons are more […]
Les Caves du Roy (Avenue Paul Signac, Hôtel Byblos, Saint-Tropez) – this is another “see and be seen” destination. There’s late night dancing and pre-dawn partying at Les Caves (housed within a hotel that reputedly launched Saint-Tropez’s partying scene). The club maintains the same look sported since its inception; baroque columns with gold brocade still […]
Le Pigeonnier (11 rue de la Ponche, Saint- Tropez) – this venue (open all year round) has a trendy ambience, with most of the clubbing activity happening around the long bar that tends to dominate the decor. Although there is a dance floor, most of the club dynamics happen around the bar where the crowd […]
La Voile Rouge (Route de Tamaris, Ramatuelle) – open from April to October, this is another popular outdoor club at Pampelonne beach, and is one of the toughest lunch reservations during July and August high season. The beach club is divided between a main restaurant serving French seaside specialties, open-air bar and super-cute beach shop […]
La Bodega du Papagayo (Résidence du Port, Saint-Tropez) — located on the port and attracting a young teen to early 20’s crowd, this bar is considered the best dance club in town. It starts getting busy after midnight and has two sections: one a busy bar, and the other an energetic dance floor with a […]
L’Octave Café (Traverse de la Garonne, Saint-Tropez) — With an intimate ambience and an interior that resembles castle walls, this local café is quite chic. The Octave Café features jazz musicians in a small back bar area, a friendly atmosphere in its main bar room, and regional touches like Mediterranean lanterns throughout although there is […]
L’Esquinade (2 rue du Four, Saint-Tropez) – unlike some of the other seasonal hotspots in Saint Tropez, this one is open all year round, and is one place partygoers can dance til dawn. Popular with both locals and visitors.
Ice Kube (13 Chemin du Rogon de la Valette, Saint-Tropez) – as the name implies, this underground bar is actually a subzero room made of ice. The €38 admission includes 25 minutes time in a parka and four Grey Goose vodka cocktails.