The newest trend in the luxury market is the opening of boutique hotels by luxury designers. Designers such as Bulgari have opened elite hotels across the globe. Steering this trend wave is Louis Vuitton - Moët Hennessy (LVMH) who recently opened a boutique hotel in St. Tropez on the gorgeously divine property Place des Lices.
Residing where the former Maison Blanche was, the luxe inn was designed to cater to the select and privileged few. Comprised of only eight rooms, the hotel was obviously formed out of the motto ‘quality not quantity’ as every room and suite offers unique interior design, though all cohesively blooming with a modern and chic style.
Distinctively designed and brimming with fancy personality, the White 1921, also features a deluxe bar with a number of signature cocktails and a wine cellar boasting a wide range of vintage champagne brands. Partially owned by Moët Hennessy, it is no surprise that a rare vintage Moët and Chandon champagne is in stock , dating all the way back from 1921.
While the Vuitton hotel will surely meet all your luxury needs, it is playing a good ol’ fashioned game of ‘Hard to Get’ as the inn is only open through October 7th as a seasonal establishment. The chic trip will cost you – a night in the inn costs up to $1,245, not to mention the cost of your appropriately fashioned Louis Vuitton luggage.