Location excellent; building beautiful; Cap view room of good size and condition - a little road noise but the most intrusive noise came from children next door! Concierge, front desk and door staff to be commended. Restaurant staff generally friendly and helpful. Some pleasing touches - wine and petit fours in room on arrival; bottle of water in car on departure etc. Meal in La Passagere, although expensive, was top notch. Food in beach restaurant satisfactory. Other charges exorbitant - 35 euros per day per person for a sunbed on the beach plus additional charges for towels and parasols (5 euros each). Beach is open to non-residents and no special provision for actual guests of the hotel - beach staff somewhat cheeky and derisive of the fact we hadn't booked our spot months before arriving for our stay! Consequently, given beds in the least attractive places despite many others remaining empty all day. Caution: secure parking is 30 euros per day plus tip for valet.
"Lovely old hotel with a high class modern bistro"
The pool was small with very few sunbeds. Otherwise we had a lovely break. They should also make a better "deal" with the beach club of the sister hotel. A day at the beach with 2 cups of coffee cost us 100 euros (two people, two sunbeds, towels and an umbrella and 2 small coffees).
Traveller from London
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
Beach club fab and great location with easy walks to Old Antibes and Juan Les Pins .. Restaurant at hotel and beach club very good and very hip. Modern, big, comfortable and all the things you need.
Only negative is terrible timing of housekeeping and small non valuables items go missing probably along with room laundry. Also housekeeping leaving dirty glasses and rubbish behind.
Traveller from UK
For a night, a weekend or one week, discover the charm of this place, unique to Antibes where you will appreciate the …More
We wanted a hotel close to the beach that did good food and had spa facilities where we could relax without the kids for a few days. The Cap d'Antibes Beach Hotel delivered on all fronts. A special thank you to the staff who were polite and attentive without be overbearing despite the intense heat.
We will definitely be back.
"Ideally situated between the sea and town centre"
Excellent experience, rooms excellent and clean, although style could be updated for the money you pay. Next to all the bars and restaurants, clubs and casinos - but the noise exclusion menat you didnt hear any outside throughout the night. extremel busy area. Staff could not have been more helpful.
The check in staff were a little unenthusiastic.. Which makes you feel a little unwelcome. The room was okay we got the deluxe room with a balcony sensational views outside of the room... The room itself was small and the bathroom was clean, but not in the nooks and crannies. The restaurant next door l'horloge was great with very attentive staff. Went upstairs to the pool which was the size of a postage stamp... And the chairs/loungers aren't near it... Which I found odd. Asked at the roof/pool bar for a coffee... And the reply was "we don't have any milk". Hmmm I'll take that as a no then... Not really 4 star service.... Bit disappointed.
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.