The Mas de Chastelas opened in 1967 and quickly became a legendary hotel in Saint-Tropez. It has hosted French artists, thinkers and actors: Claude Berri filmed Catherine Deneuve and Gérard Depardieu here in his film Je Vous Aime, and Serge Gainsbourg played piano for Jane Birkin. Its current owner, Jérôme Pujos, likes to say the Mas is the most beautiful establishment in Saint-Tropez.
The Mas (which means “farmhouse” in Provençal) is set on over two hectares overlooking the Bertaud Belieu vineyards. The heart of the hotel is the 18th century former country home of the Bertaud lords.
This country estate is a remarkable architectural gem in Gassin, one of France’s “most beautiful villages”.
It is one of the oldest hotels in Saint-Tropez, along with the Byblos, Cheval Blanc and La Ponche.
The Mas is a five-star establishment and appears in the Michelin Guide with a three-roof rating. It offers 14 rooms and 9 suites.
Our rooms and suites are among the largest in the peninsula.
Like a home, each room is different: we offer standard and deluxe rooms, rooms with a terrace, a Master Suite, Junior Suite, Bastide Suite, and suites with two bedrooms, a separate living area, and terrace.
The sloping hotel grounds are a pleasure to explore. Italian-style villas were built in addition to the main house to offer new rooms and new views. A large heated pool, tennis courts, pitching green for golf fans, and the gourmet restaurant ensure an exquisite stay in Saint-Tropez, either ‘à deux’, or as a family.