- 134 rooms overlooking the sea, including 16 suites with hi-tech equipment
- A completely renovated hotel in an Art-Deco style
- Closed to the famous Croisette and le Palais des Festivals
- Free high-speed wireless Internet access
- Meeting spaces: 500 m2 divided into five meeting rooms, 120 m2 enjoying a magnificent sea view
- One Panoramic Restaurant with its own terrace (400 m2)
- One Spa (2700 m2) with 46 cabins
Discover the Day Delegate Package
Guests are able to rent a meeting room equipped with a screen, a projector, a flipchart, a tool-box, notepads, pens and mineral water. This package includes two coffee breaks and lunch.
Surprising with the “well-being day”
Offering high-tech equipment, the Spa can be made private upon request for groups. Relaxing half-day or original cocktail massages are available at the, centre, which can accommodate groups of up to 300 people. Receive tailor-made treatments according to desires upon request.
- Artistic Market, from 10:00 to 18:00 (Sat - Sun)
- Flowers Market: Marché aux fleurs des Allées
- Forville Market (fruits, vegetables, flowers and fish) from 07:00 to 13:00 (except on Mon)
- Gambetta Market (clothes) from 07:00 to 13:00 (except on Mon)
- La Bocca Market (fruits and vegetables) from 07:00 to 12:30 (except on Mon)
- La Bocca Market (clothes, fruits and vegetables) from 07:00 to 12:30 (Sat)
- Old Market: Marché d’autrefois, from 08:00 to 19:00 (Fri)
The city of Cannes features a unique mix of French and international brands, many of which have been around for years. Parallel to the Croisette’s, Cannes’ well-known shopping street, Rue d’Antibes features elegant, landscaped pedestrian pathways and charming shops. Meynadier Street is another must-visit in Cannes. Local business reigns on this street, featuring clothing stores and Provencal speciality shops in a space reserved exclusively for pedestrians.
In an idyllic unspoilt nature, these moles in the Mediterranean offer visitors a unique combination of flora and fauna and a unique story combining the mysteries of the Iron Mask with the tranquillity of Cistercian monks. Everything here waits to be discovered. Sainte-Marguerite Island imposes its difference thanks to its size and its biotope variety. Rare species of migratory birds and Mediterranean shores compliment the clear waters, where sea grass abounds. Guests can enjoy a nice stroll down a botanical trail developed by the National Forest Office.
History lovers love the Fort Royal military structure. Built on a promontory, Fort Royal was the legendary Iron Mask’s home. At the heart of the fort, the Museum of the Sea recounts this episode. It also informs visitors about the maritime history, underwater flora and fauna and archaeological remains on the island.
On Saint Honorat Island, Lerins Abbey accommodates the Cistercian monks who, since the fifth century, operate the natural resources that cultivate the vine. The fortified monastery reflects the time and is one of the finest examples of feudal architecture in Provence.
Facing the sea, Saint-Honorat is now a famous tourist destination for meditation, but is also a sought-out place to taste some excellent wines and a special feature, the famous liqueur Lérina.
Many of the Cannes beaches are private and offer all services to customers. Guests can take an adventure around the sea by rental boats, yachts, jet -skis or paddle skiing.
Palais des Festivals et des Congrès
Besides hosting congresses and world-renowned festivals such as MIDEM, the International Film Festival, MIPCOM, the ILTM or the Festival de la Plaisance is a place that never stops welcoming artists throughout the year from all countries.