Great location, a couple of minutes from the seaside, 10min walk to train station and bus stop, it is probably less if you are a fast walker :) Pleasent staff, always smiling and happy to help you if you need help with anything. The room was very clean and was a good size. We didn't have a chance ...
great hotel,very clean, all new, got complimentary upgrade, close to promenade, city center, recommended by travel agent Valentina
Only stay here!!! The staff the location the amenities: Excellent
people were kind and pro active to my wishes and complaintes. However i think the place needs à big update in decoration
In the room, better to have more light. Other than that, everything is quite okayl.
hotel in great position for seeing cannes and using train services along coast.hotel staff very obliging and friendly. décor a little tired
Beautiful property, beautiful beaches and great location!
Beautiful hotel, just off a dual carriage way. Staff were very welcoming and friendly. Centrally located, takes 5-10 mins to walk to Croissette. There is parking but need to reserve. I didn’t manage to get a space but there is parking on the street right outside and plenty to choose from. There’s ...
this was a great property, excellent rooms. they tried to combine 2 queen beds to mislead us for a king as we had paid for, we asked for a true king bed, they were able to accommodate us. didn't like the idea of misleading customers
If you’re staying in the area of Antibes and the surrounding French Riviera, take a day trip to the chic city of Cannes, home to sights such as the Palace of Festivals and Congress Hall – home to the Cannes Film Festival – the beautiful Old Port and Le Suquet Market.
For the quintessential Cannes experience, you need to head to its famous promenade La Croisette, which links the glamorous city with its picturesque beach. The name La Croisette comes from Provençal name, ‘Crouseto’, which means ‘little cross’.
Many years ago La Croisette was little more than a dirt road surrounded by reeds, swamps and sand dunes. The road was often washed away by the waves and was even named ‘Little Siberia’ by the local fishermen.
In order to please the rich holidaymakers who visited Cannes in the winter, the construction of a new promenade was started in 1850. By 1874 the promenade was opened up to traffic, and in 1890 it was extended to the end of the cape at one end of town.
The promenade remained the same until 1960, when it was widened to make room for two traffic lanes and a row of restaurants. The beaches to the side of La Croisette were also widened.
Today, La Croisette is more than 3km long and is lined with elegant hotels, casinos and restaurants. It’s a lovely spot from which to admire the city of Cannes, passing its picturesque beaches, rose garden, new harbour and Pierre Canto gardens.
An oratory sits at the far end of the cape, which reminds visitors of the pilgrims who left from this point for the island St. Honorat and the monks of Lérins who lived there.
Visitors will find many hotels near La Croisette, as well as in the centre of Cannes. Most of the choices here are luxurious five-star hotels, but budget options can be found in Antibes or along the coast.
© 2019 Expedia, Inc. All rights reserved.