This hotel is unassuming from the street - looks like some modern building with a deck next to it. The staff were very friendly and proficient at English. The lobby has pieces of cool metallic fish and glass art. Pieces made by the same glass artist adorn the outdoor dining area and are lit at night - a really nice touch! Arrived around noon and the rooms weren't ready until 3PM so we ate lunch down by the beach (a small but private beach with white sand and white lounge chairs). The fish/seafood at the beach restaurant was fantastic, as with the spaghetti bolognese that our four-year-old ordered. Typically spaghetti and meat sauce would cost 7-10 euros right? Not here. 18 Euros. Tomato and fresh mozzarella salad? the equivalent of $30. Drinks on the beach? 13 Euros each. But once you get to your room, they find clever ways to make you be in awe and forget about how much lunch cost. We had a second floor room 205 - it was a pentagon shaped room with a V shaped balcony that allowed us great views of the yachts and the water beyond the nicely manicured garden. Not only did our balcony have a table and chairs, but it had a two person chaise lounge. Could sleep outside and stare at the stars while listening to the sea - no bugs. Awesome! I wish it was right on the water/beach though. After all, they call it a beach hotel. The room has modern decor, a giant fish mural, and a jetted tub with a waterfall. If that wasn't enough to make you forget about the $30 salad, the walk in shower with the color changing LED light show creates an lathering environment that resembles a nightclub in a rainforest. Lots of storage, ample bed lighting, heavy duty desk chair - they spared no expense in this room - I saw what the food prices paid for. The hotel is about a 25 minute walk into town where you have a diverse variety of food and shops. 8 minute cab ride to the train station. The hotel seems a bit off the beaten path - which is a good thing for tranquility, but it took a long time for cabs to get there, so call one well in advance of your departure time. Room was definitely five star, but overall four stars due to the perceived value. Fitness center consisted of a few machines outside in a tent - decided to go swim instead but the infinity pool could have been a bit warmer. Go outside the property to run if you're looking to burn off the yummy pastries they give you for continental breakfast.
- Official Description (provided by the hotel):
- The perfect venue to unwind face to the Mediterranean Sea.A little cove at the entrance to Cap d’Antibes, one boutique hotel of 27 Rooms & Suites Design, two restaurants – Les Pêcheurs & Le Cap (Beach Restaurant), a "Summer Beach Wellness" center and a fine sandy beach, a magnificent panoramic view stretching from the Lérins Islands to the Estérel mountains, everything you could possibly dream of. Enticing gastronomy and farniente, luxury and pleasure, dizziness and passion... all the temptations offered by the Cap d’Antibes Beach Hôtel are invitations to indulge in luxury and refinement. ... more less
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