Discover the area
Pink rosé festival 2019
86ème Fête du Citron à Menton
Carnaval de Nice
Cannes accueille cette année la toute première édition du festival des séries.
Expo Rose Grasse
La capitale mondiale du parfum vous invite à découvrir la plus belle exposition internationale de roses...
Festival International du Film de Cannes
Chaque année, au mois de mai, le Festival de Cannes s’empare de la ville et des tabloïds du monde entier.
Grand Prix de Monaco
Grand Prix de de Formule 1.
Whether you are a beginner or an experienced golfer, discover the most beautiful 18-hole courses around Cannes.
Near the coast or inland, sharpen your swing in untouched prestigious courses of the Riviera.
Set a few kilometers from the Croisette, there are 10 courses available for you to experience the game which is so intrinsically linked are offered to the beauty of the landscape:
- Cannes-Mandelieu Old Course www.golfoldcourse.com
- Royal Mougins Golf Club www.royalmougins.fr
- Riviera Golf De Barbossi www.rivieragolf-ddeb.fr
- Golf Country Club de Cannes-Mougins www.golfcannesmougins.com
- Golf-Club de Saint-Donat www.golfsaintdonat.com
- Golf de la Grande Bastide www.opengolfclub.com
- Golf d’Opio-Valbonne www.opengolfclub.com
- Golf du Claux Amic www.claux-amic.com
- Terre Blanche Hôtel Spa Golf Resort www.terre-blanche.com
- Golf & Château de Taulane www.chateau-taulane.com
Le Suquet : This is the birthplace of the city of Cannes. The historic district of the Suquet retains the charms of Provencal villages. The streets are narrow and the buildings with their colourful shutters are glued to each other. Come visit the ramparts, the Museum of Castre, the square tower and the church and admire the view of the city, the port, the Croisette and the Lérins Islands. Below the Suquet, you will find the Old Port of Cannes. La Croisette : Of international reputation, the Croisette is the link between the beach and the city. It is an attractive centre and the promenade of choice for locals and tourists alike. More than 3km long, it offers a varied walk with large hotels, casinos and luxury stores alongside the beaches between Port Canto and the Peninsular of Palm Beach. La Californie : In the hills above Cannes, in the residential area of California, lie the homes of billionaires, with villas each bidding to be larger, more luxurious and better hidden than the other. Once there, you can admire the wonderful view over all Cannes bay from the observation point. Ile de Lérins (Saint Marguerite et Saint Honorat) : These islands, located in the bay of Cannes, less than 20mn by boat (€ 12 to / per person), provide a natural unspoilt, quiet place. Sainte Marguerite, the largest, has a park of 170 hectares and some of the most beautiful coves of the Côte d'Azur. The island is also famous for its Fort Vauban, which was a royal prison and housed, among others, the man in the Iron Mask. Saint Honorat is the property of the monks and houses a monastery dating from feudal times.
Musée de la Castre : Located in the hills of the Suquet, 2 km from the hotel, the Castre Museum is housed in the former citadel of the abbots of Lérins where you will find an exhibition not only of Egyptian, Phoenician, Greek and Roman antiquities but also scenes by local artists depicting the history of the city of Cannes plus a display of musical instruments from around the world. From above, you can admire the incredible panorama of the various districts of the city to the Lérins Islands. Centre d'art de la Malmaison : Located on Boulevard de la Croisette, the Malmaison has been a museum since 1983 and was renovated in 1993. The ground floor is now home to two major exhibitions per year regularly showcasing renowned painters such as Matisse, Picasso or Ozenfant (for whom the French Riviera was an inspiration), as well as international artists of the 20th and 21st century such as Miro, Masson Caesar and the Chinese painter Chu Teh-Chun. These prestigious and contemporary collections are enhanced by the intimate nature of the setting and the charming proportions of the building.
Rue d'Antibes : parallel to La Croisette in Cannes is the real place of shopping distinguished by a "city" style that rivals the Croisette. You will find perfume shops, jewellery stores, florists, ready-to-wear, confectionery, tea salons, beauty parlours, interior decor shops ... The best-known brands are present such as Zara, Mango, Fnac, Ladurée, Lenôtre, Mage, Diesel, Swatch, Swarovski, Gerard Darel, Kooples, André ... La Croisette : Overlooking the private beaches of the big hotels and palaces, you find on the 3km of the famous Croisette, distinguished haute couture houses such as Chanel, Dior, Yves Saint Laurent, the ready-shops to-wear such as Armani, Céline, prestigious jewellers such as Cartier, Chopard, Ferret, Fred, or luxury leather goods such as Fendi, Gucci, Hermes, Vuitton, Ferragamo, Lancel ... Rue Meynadier : This is the largest pedestrian street of the city, a colourful and popular shopping street which is very pleasant to stroll along. Take time to admire the multi-coloured facades and windows of many shops. One thing is certain: you will not resist the fine pastries and Provencal specialties presented on display.
Marché Forville : The most beautiful food market of the region, located in the Suquet, enlivens the city on a daily basis. This colourful market is full of fresh produce sourced directly from the Provençal countryside: salads from Frejus salad, olives from Grasse, fish caught off the Lerins Islands and flowers grown in Antibes... Marché Gambetta : Located 10 minutes from the hotel, the Gambetta market is open every morning except Monday from 7 am to 13h. Renowned for stalls of clothing and leather goods, the market also offers a wide variety of fruits and vegetables.
Marineland in Antibes is a marine theme park and a dolphinarium. A visit to the park allows children and adults to admire unique shows with killer whales, dolphins and sea lions. The theme park also includes a water park (Aqua Splash), a children’s playground (La Ferme du Far West) and a mini golf (Adventure Golf). Fragonard : Located in Grasse, the city of perfume, the Fragonard Museum (on the 1st floor of the historic factory) is a private collection of bottles, boxes, photographs, documents and other equipment relating to the history of perfumery from ancient times to today. The Museum is open daily. Free visit. There is also a shop Fragonard in rue d'Antibes 10 minutes’ walk from the hotel, and another has just opened its doors near the Forville market. Nice : located 30 km from Cannes, in the Bay of Angels, Nice is the iconic city of the French Riviera. It is worth being prepared to get lost in the alleys of the old town before tackling the famous Promenade des Anglais and then entering the heart of the city to discover its architectural and cultural heritage, its parks and gardens.
Monaco : 60 km from Cannes, the principality attracts many international tourists. A visit to the old city on the Rock to discover the Prince's Palace, the Cathedral and the Oceanographic Museum with its famous aquarium. The centre of Mont Carlo meanwhile, is famous for its Casino, Hotel de Paris, the Opera and Ballet. The Principality also serves as a framework for various sporting events such as the Grand Prix of Monaco, the Rallye Automobile Monte Carlo, Tennis Open and the Monte Carlo Country Club. St Tropez, a Provencal village is suspended between the Maures Mountains and the Mediterranean. Strolling around you will discovermarkets, pubs and restaurants and still fishermen with bowler hats Saint-Tropez is full of things to see, its streets full of history, many monuments in the old town, churches, city walls, its citadel, its beaches, coastal path with guided tours available if you wish.. Le Verdon, cthis immense and magnificent canyon straddles the departments of Var and Alpes de Haute Provence. The Verdon Gorges are unique in Europe and are part of the major tourist attractions of Provence.
Discover this grand spectacle that fascinates many visitors!
- La Palme d’or – 2 étoiles Michelin Hôtel Martinez, La Croisette – Tel: 04 92 98 74 14
- Le Park 45 – 1 étoile Michelin – Le Grand Hôtel, La Croisette – Tél : 04 93 38 15 45
- La Petite Maison de Nicole – Hôtel Majestic, La Croisette – Tel: 04 92 98 77 89
Some recommended restaurants
- La Cave – 9, Bv de la République – Tel: 04 93 99 79 87
- L’Affable- 5, Rue Lafontaine – Tel : 04 93 68 02 09 – www.restaurant-laffable.fr
- La Mère Besson – 13 rue des Frère Pradignac – Tel: 04 94 39 59 24
- Gaston Gastounette – 7 Quai St Pierre – Tel: 04 93 39 47 92
- L'Eponyme – 4, rue de Bône – Tel: 04 93 99 48 71
- La Table du Chef – 5 rue Jean Daumas – Tel 04 93 68 27 40
- Aux Bons Enfants – 89, Rue Meynadier – Pas de téléphone, réservez le matin, pas de Carte Bleue ni chèque.
- Le Mesclun – 16, Rue Saint Antoine – Tel : 04 93 99 45 19 – www.lemesclun-restaurant.com
- L’auberge Provençale – 10 Rue Saint Antoine – Tel : 04 92 99 27 17 ouvert tous les jours
- Le Maschou – 15, Rue St Antoine – Tel: 04 93 39 62 21
- Mantel – 22 rue St Antoine – Tel : 04 93 39 13 10
- La Guérite – Ile Sainte Marguerite – Tel : 04 93 43 49 30 – www.laguerite.fr
- La Tonnelle – Ile Saint Honorat – Tel : 04 92 99 54 08
- Chez Vincent & Nicolas – 90/92 rue Meynadier – Tel 04 93 68 35 39
- Le Jardin – 15 avenue Isola Bella – Tel 04 93 381785
- La Libera – 17, Rue Commandant André – Tel : 04 93 38 40 52
- Da Laura – 8, Rue du 24 Août – Tel : 04 93 38 40 51