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Cap d’Antibes Beach Hotel | Cap Estel | Hotel du Cap-Eden-Roc | Hotel du Couvent

Cap d’Antibes Beach Hotel

The Cap d’Antibes Beach Hotel, a 5 stars with 35 rooms and suites, is located right on the water between Cannes and Nice. With its private beach, it is an address dedicated to the joy of living.

Enjoy some sun salutations, relax with a book and a coffee on a quiet sun lounger. Protected by the cove, the hotel is far from the hustle and bustle.

Les Pêcheurs restaurant is a Michelin-starred institution of Mediterranean cuisine. « I approach cooking with humility, by composing with dishes inspired by the sea. Like a navigator. » Nicolas Rondelli, Chef of Les Pêcheurs.

Cap Estel

Situated on its own two-hectare peninsula jutting into the Mediterranean Sea, Cap Estel is set right on the sea.

A boutique hotel in its own gated estate, set amid lush greenery and beautiful trees, Cap Estel is secluded and discrete, a quiet oasis where you can escape the crowds and enjoy complete rest and  privacy. 

In the luxury hotel Cap Estel, surronded by the sea, Patrick Raingeard makes a tribute to the mediterranean and its shores : quality of products the crafmanship,  inventiveness tip that enhances the overall all invited to a special dinner .

Hotel du Cap-Eden-Roc

Nestled at the edge of the Cap d’Antibes, spanning nine hectares within a picturesque park, rests the Hotel du Cap-Eden-Roc. Positioned between Cannes and Nice, this stunning palace reigns over the Mediterranean Sea. A place of opulence and refinement, seamlessly merging elegance and luxury to provide unparalleled service to its guests. Boasting 119 rooms, three exquisite villas, and a trio of restaurants offering breathtaking sea views —the Eden-Roc restaurant, the Louroc Michelin Star restaurant, and the Eden-Roc Grill.

Hotel du Couvent

Perched on the hillside of the old town, a few steps from the Promenade des Anglais and the Cours Saleya market, surrounded by historical moments and old churches, Hôtel du Couvent is a haven of tranquility within the buzzing streets of old Nice.

At the Hotel du Couvent, time is passed by reading in the shade of a fig tree, indulging in a few strokes in the lap pool or chatting with the next table at the guinguette café. You can take time to meditate at the Movement Studio, seek advice at the herbalist in the cloister or enjoy a thermal treatment at the Roman baths, before stepping out into the hustle and bustle of the centre of Nice.

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