Great stay, Very good and helpfull staff, food very good in restaurant and by the sea.
Only downside for me was the hotel charged 35 euros a day for EACH sunbed, towel and umbrella which I think if you are staying at the hotel there should be NO charge. We heard several guests complaining about this.
This hotel is so tranquil - I love it. The staff are lovely and your every need is catered to. The terrace bistro is so relaxing and the food was divine (scallops with hazelnut parsnip mash). I could have stayed there all afternoon. The rooms are very comfortable and absolutely spotless. It's so nice not to be at a chain hotel - here, all the rooms are individually decorated.
This hotel in the center of town is located directly opposite a small park of pine groves, 1 block from the seashore and 11 …More
We were looking for a last minute place to stay in Antibes. Although it is not walking distance to the old town it is in a great location near the beach. The rooms are large and clean, the staff is friendly, restaurant food was also very good.
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Modern hotel and apartment complex next to a public park and just 300 meters from the beach in Juan Les Pins. Air …More
Staff was very pleasant. Hotel 2 minutes away from the train station. One block from the beach. Nice restaurant and coffee place nearby. I would stay there again. I was too early for check in, my room wasnt clean yet, but instead of telling me to come back they gave me a bigger room that was cleaned already
Stayed for 7 nights in Deluxe Sea View room on 4th floor. Initial reaction upon opening the door was WOW! The view was stunning and the private beach located directly below the balcony. Huge sliding door onto balcony with table and chairs for sitting and boat gazing.
Room itself was reasonably comfortable but let down by distinctly average bathroom with shower over bath. Separate toilet. Terrible lighting (which for those of us over a certain age) means that doing makeup or, for men, facial shaving is somewhat hit and miss.
Breakfast is expensive at 25euros pp, but plenty of other options locally. We ate all meals out as restaurants in town are superb and good value.
Cannot comment on beach facilities but from our balcony they looked very good. Spa facilities are a bonus.
There is no insect screening on the windows and we learned the hard way! Mozzies were voracious and some fine voile which could be drawn at night would be a nice touch.
All said , our stay was one of the most relaxing in a long time and I would go back in an instant.
A thriving Riviera town, Antibes began its existence as the Greek trading post of Antipolis. Today, smart shops, a luxury marina and historic quarter ringed by ramparts attract many visitors. Open-air markets specialise in locally grown cut flowers. The Musée Picasso in Château Grimaldi contains works by 20th-century artists. Cap d’Antibes is a lush and beautiful enclave of the super-rich, studded with luxury villas and hotels.