La Réserve exudes style and history from the moment guests arrive in the marble–clad lobby.
In 1880, Pierre Lottier opened an upscale seafood restaurant on the Côte d’Azur, calling it La Réserve after the tank that stocked the local fishermen’s catch. In 1905, he added ten luxurious guest rooms and a South of France icon was born. Today the property, with its pink-and-white façade, exudes style and history from the moment guests arrive in the marble–clad lobby. Interiors are embellished with Italian décor; perhaps even more stunning are the exteriors, like the sun deck with sherbet orange parasols and the 2,000–square–foot outdoor pool. Most guest rooms overlook the Mediterranean and along the Beaulieu-Sur-Mer coast, which leads to another jewel from the early 1900s: the striking Greek-style Villa Kerylos, one of southern France’s most visited sights.
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