St Tropez, France

Kube Hôtel St Tropez

Rates per night from$367.51

Price information

If you haven’t entered any dates, the rate shown is provided directly by the hotel and represents the cheapest double room (including tax) available in the next 60 days.

Prices have been converted from the hotel’s local currency (EUR327.27), via, using today’s exchange rate.


Palm-fringed party pad


Hip St Tropez bay

Dramatically set overlooking St Tropez’s yacht-dotted bay, Kube Hotel is a fabulous party pad that evokes Miami on the Med. The glass building is a shimmer of sugary white minimalism, but there’s nothing understated about its glamorous perks, led by a helicopter pad, two bars, three swimming pools and daily DJ sets.

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Need to know




Noon, but flexible subject to availability. Earliest check-in, 4pm.


Double rooms from $367.51 (€327), excluding tax at 10 per cent. Please note the hotel charges an additional local city tax of €3.00 per person per night on check-out.

More details

Rates exclude Continental or buffet breakfast (€30 each).


The hotel is split into two 'sides': KØØL and KLUB. The former is more modern and edgy, the latter has a more chilled-out feel to it. There's not much to separate the two, except the rooms, which are subtly different in design.

At the hotel

Spa, gardens, gym, DVD/CD library. In rooms: flatscreen TV, iPod dock, integrated DVD/CD player and minibar.

Our favourite rooms

In terms of design flourishes and sleek minimalist furniture, all rooms are created equal at Kube. Request a corner room for an adjacent pair of French windows and pool views. Room 223 (a Superior Room) has Ligne Roset mini rocking chairs and a monochrome mosaic-clad bath. Room 226 (a Prestige Room) has enough room to swing a panther in, plus breathtaking sea views. Families should request rooms either in the ‘400’ range or the B building, in the quieter, rear courtyard.


Kube boast three pools: a gargantuan one carved from grey marble (occupying an impressive stretch of the grassy lawn, surrounded by soft grey decking); plus two smaller pools if you prefer a little more privacy.


The Carita Spa offers made-to-measure treatments from massages to facials, plus a Frank Provost-trained hairdresser (for those artfully undone, French-style waves). There's also a state-of-the-art gym open 24/7, so you can work on those rock-hard abs to show off round the pool.

Packing tips

Binoculars for bay-watching the yachts from the hotel deck; a copy of F Scott Fitzgerald’s Riviera-set The Beautiful and Damned.


Pets can stay for €40 a day and there are outdoor smoking areas. The hotel has a meeting room that can accommodate up to 80 people. There's also a monitored, underground car park with 68 spaces. Kube runs free shuttles to and from downtown St Tropez.


All ages are welcome: cots are provided free; extra beds for €75 and there is a babysitting service for €18 an hour.

Food and Drink

Photos Kube Hôtel St Tropez food and drink

Top Table

Maintain the romance with a table away from the pan-clanking open kitchen.

Dress Code

Pucci, Gucci, Lady Ga-Ga (if you must) – Kube can take whatever your wardrobe can throw at it; Mr Smith should think sharp-suit-no-tie Clooney in Ocean’s Eleven.

Hotel restaurant

There are two restaurants: Table of Kube and 1K. The former serves a top-notch Mediterranean menu in sleek, white surroundings as modern as the rest of the hotel. The latter serves Peruvian-inspired dishes such as red tuna with wasabi peas, quinoa croquettes and lobster ceviche. 

Hotel bar

Start with sundowners at the podium Martini Bar, which has views over the swimming pools, lawns and bay of St Tropez beyond.

Last orders

Breakfast is available until a hangover-friendly 1pm, with the option to chain-feed straight into lunch (noon–3pm). Dinner is served from 7pm–midnight.

Room service

A light menu of sandwiches, pasta and burgers can be mustered 24/7.


Photos Kube Hôtel St Tropez location
Kube Hôtel St Tropez
Route de Saint-Tropez
St Tropez


Nice Côte d’Azur is the closest airport (an hour and a half away).


The closest train station is in St Raphael, 35km from the hotel. From here, connect to other Côte d’Azur towns; see SNCF ( for details.


Kube is located on the Gassin waterfront, a five-minute drive from the centre of St Tropez. Nice and Marseille are both an hour and a half away in the car. Exit the N98 at Les Marines de Cogolin and take the D98a towards St Tropez. Before you reach the town, you should find yourself on the Route de St Tropez, which is where you will find the hotel. Parking at the hotel costs €28 a day.


A helicopter from Nice airport is €1,090 one-way. There are also ferry services for speedy access from both Sainte Maxime and Saint Raphael.

Worth getting out of bed for

Flex your plastic and hit Place de la Garonne, to supplement your wardrobe with some of fashion’s most exclusive labels – Dior and Cavalli among them. For a more low-key spend, browse and barter in the markets at Place des Lices (Tuesday and Saturday mornings, 8am–2pm), where you’ll find traditional bed linens, cooking ingredients and gifts. Explore Pearl Beach to unleash your fabulous swimwear and stop by Nikki Beach, a champagne-soaked beach bar. The azure bay of Saint Tropez flaunts a full CV of watersports – sample them for yourself at the main Pampelonne beach.

Local restaurants

For seafood-feasting on the quay surrounded by envy-inducing yachts and equally attractive clientele, dine at Joseph L’Escale at 9 Quai Jean Jaures (+33 4 94 97 00 63). White-linen-clad tables, vivid coral-coloured walls and furnishings, a leather bar and natural stone all add up to a stylish eatery and the enormous glass windows let you people-watch over fish soup and platters of jumbo shrimp. For a meal as warming as the French sun, indulge in a Moroccan feast at the popular Le Salama restaurant at 1 Rue des Tisserands (+33 4 94 97 59 62). Try the lamb tagine with prunes. Err on the size of moderation when ordering; portions are satisfyingly generous.

Local bars

The hotel's three bars compensate for its out-of-town location; although the Kube shuttle bus can ferry you into St Tropez for bellinis with the boat crowd.


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Naomi  Reilly

Anonymous review

By Naomi Reilly, Beach-based writer

Mr & Mrs Smith have just returned from a review trip to this St Tropez boutique hotel, and just as soon as they’ve unpacked their deck shoes and diamonds, a full account of their stay in France will be with you. In the meantime, just to whet your wanderlust, here’s a quick postcard from Kube…

Overlooking the yacht-speckled bay of St Tropez, Kube’s location alone earns it glamour points. Like its Parisian cousin, this Mediterranean Kube takes all the luxuries you’d expect from a boutique hotel and parcels them up in sleek, minimalist architecture. This 2009-built bolthole is consistently sleek, chic and devoid of fuss – its furniture, landscaping and even its light fittings are ruler-straight proof that square can be hip.

A super-long swimming pool, choice of two bars, extensive palm tree-dotted grounds and a modern French restaurant make Kube feel more like a resort than mere hotel. A free shuttle bus is incentive to roll off your sunlounger and head into St Tropez itself. But, should you feel the need to hire a car and explore the coastline, Port Grimaud and Sainte Maxime beckon from across the bay. 

The hotel helipad sets the tone at this exclusive retreat where relaxation is de rigeur and tanning is still in fashion. Whether it’s the served-till-1pm breakfast, the open-all-day martini bar or the daily DJ sets in the rooftop Skybar, you’ll find ample justification for labelling Kube a fabulous party pad.

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