I cannot fault this hotel, modern luxury boutique hotel it is not, but nostalgic glamour and charm it has in abundance.
All the staff were amazing, there's a lovely private beach and restaurant to enjoy so you don't need to venture too far.
The hotel is in a good location to see Juan-Les-Pins or to see Cap d'Antibes or the old port of Antibes.
Stayed for 3 nights in June 2015 with wife as a mini break.
Never been to Juan Les Pains before but having stayed at this hotel will be coming back again. Located in centre of town close to the shops and restaurants but out of the way so that you don't hear music from the bars.
Pool is fantastic and much nicer than going to the beach which was heaving every day (not to mention the €20/chair surcharge).
Restaurant is expensive but there are plenty of other options nearby. The bar is very cool though and a good place to chill out at the end of the night
Staff were wonderful and very helpful. They were as accommodating as they could be and let us use the pool before our check in but also after our check out time.
Rooms are soundproofed so you don't hear any noise from either outside or neighbouring rooms. We just had a standard double and it was as good as any 5 star hotel I've stayed in.
Could not recommend staying here highly enough - you won't be disappointed at this lovely boutique hotel.
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
We had a very nice stay at this hotel. The room was very clean and comfortable. The nearby beach was beautiful. The train is about a block away. If I stayed there again I would ask for a quieter room. We were on the first floor and we could hear the loud voices of people leaving the bars. I would ask for a higher floor next time. Also, do not get their breakfast! The eggs were cold, the sausage had chucks of un-edible fat and the coffee was watery. There is a small place across the street that has a much nicer breakfast for less.
Pleasantly surprised by the size of the room, with a couch and balcony in the Comfort Double. 5 minute walk to the centre of town and beaches. Decent breakfast buffet. Great value for the price. Friends stayed elsewhere like Garden Beach and were disappointed with cleanliness and size of rooms and price.
My wife and have just returned from a week in Juan Le Pins, staying at the Sainte Valerie. On arrival we were told that the room we had booked had some minor cosmetic damage following the storms of the previous week and so were offered 'Mimosa' a beautiful little gite within the grounds which was a great start to the holiday. The hotel has a small but elegant pool - the first pool we have ever had in a French beach resort hotel - and we never had trouble getting a lounger with fresh towels on demand, even when returning from the beach late afternoon. The staff are very welcoming and make you feel at home immediately, nothing is too much trouble and you you can tell that the owner takes a lot of pride in both the hotel and service provided by her staff. English is spoken well by most of them and again, nothing is too much trouble to ask when enquiring about the local area. The breakfast served on the tree-lined patio terraces of a morning; 7.30 to 11.30 for those who like a bit of a late-rise as we did,; was tranquil. It starts your day in a very relaxed way, a selection of cereals and fruits; freshly squeezed orange juice; freshly baked croissants and pan-au-chocolat; eggs,omelettes and pancakes cooked on the patio to your liking; a large selection of coffees and quality yogurts and cheeses are all on offer. You may at first think 20euros per person is expensive, but you will easily spend more than this for a simple salad on the private beaches so it actually great value
Mediterranean villa-style hotel located 150 meters from the town center and the beach and 20 kilometers from Nice. Air …More
We stayed in this hotel for 4 nights, in a family room which was perfect for a holiday with two teenage children. Overall, I couldn't fault the room and facilities but could not believe the price of basic food at this hotel. My children bought two Magnum ice-creams and were chaged 14 euros. I'm happy to pay for quality food and drinks but this was excessive. They also ordered Jambon / ham rolls, they were embarrassing for such a hotel. They were basically two small bread rolls were a slice of ham and absolutely nothing else, no salad or garnish or anything, I would have been embarrassed to serve these to guests and charge 15 euros. Even my teenagers were shocked when they saw them.
This hotel has just been taken over by new management and the difference is incredible - we have stayed here in July for the past 4 years and this is the best experience by far! Hotel reception has been done up, rooms a lot cleaner and the staff were a lot friendlier . Will be back!
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.
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.
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