While many luxury hotels in this neck of the woods claim seclusion, none can hold a candle to Hotel Cap Estel and the private peninsula upon which it is situated. The eighteen rooms (most are suites, actually) are done in varying intensities of seashell-inspired blushes and creams and are spread out over three buildings: Le Cap—the main house that started it all—and three additional wings, all of which have their own distinct personalities and views of the otherworldy grounds. There’s much to explore around the property: chef Patrick Raingeard’s Michelin-starred Le Table, an intimate and exceptionally well-stocked bar, a spa (with its own indoor pool and a menu of surprisingly advanced wellness treatments), not to mention, the beautiful private beach. That said the thing to do is post up by the salt-water infinity pool for the day. Also worth mentioning is the luxe on-site movie theater.

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