In Ramatuelle, Pampelonne beach stretches its white sand and its mythical clubs over several kilometres. A stone’s throw from the waves, between cypress trees and ancient olive trees, the garden of Villa Hanoï almost spills into the sea. This designer villa on Pampelonne beach reveals a breathtaking futuristic interior, entirely open to the outside and filled with modern art. Follow us for a visit in this beautiful masterpiece of a house.
Enter the garden of this astonishing villa bordering Pampelonne beach
Follow a private path from the beach and discover the cubist architecture of this villa in Pampelonne. Villa Hanoï is set in the centre of a perfectly trimmed lawn garden punctuated by hundred-year-old olive trees.
A sculpture by Franz West, an artist exhibited at the M.O.M.A., stands proudly beside the infinity pool. The designer loungers are a nod to the 1960s, with their Miami Drive-like silhouette and cotton candy pink color. From the poolside, there is a 180° view of the turquoise water of the Pampelonne beach.
From the garden, you can choose: private access to the famous Nikki Beach Club or a secret path to the fine sand of the superb Pampelonne beach? The villa is also a 5-minute walk from Club 55. On your way back to the villa from Pampelonne, enjoy the sublime garden and the outdoor bar and admire the view of the mountains on the other side of the house while sipping a cocktail. At nightfall, settle down comfortably for a movie screening under the starry sky.
An interior worthy of a work of art
Pass the huge bay windows and enter an explosive universe. If it wasn’t for Pampelonne beach, you could mistake Villa Hanoï for a designer house in the hills of LA.
Its minimalist decor is punctuated by beautifully chosen objects and works from the new contemporary scene. Those include art by the controversial artist Damien Hirst, and Takashi Murakami, considered the new Andy Warhol.
Go on an adventure from Villa Hanoï
In love with the sea? Take part in the Voiles de Saint-Tropez on board the Phenix Dixi, a superb racing sailboat, surrounded by a multitude of magnificent yachts.
For an afternoon with your family, embark on a pirate ship with your children for a maritime treasure hunt.
Are you more of a gourmet? Follow the cellar master of a famous estate through the vines of a hundred-year-old château. Then go on a paddle ride to a hidden cove for a Robinson Crusoe style chef’s picnic.
And if you’re looking for even more possibilities, the helipad at Villa Hanoi is the perfect starting point for new destinations.