Very Good 319 Reviews
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What We Love

  • The location, perfect for gazing at the mega-yachts bobbing in the Mediterranean
  • Splurging on fine French cuisine at the property’s restaurant, Les Pecheurs
  • Whimsical contemporary guestrooms designed by Sybille de Margerie

What To Know

  • The beach and its restaurant are open from April through October
  • There is a minimum stay of 3 nights during July and August
  • Bedrooms are divided from bathrooms by a partial wall; if total privacy is a priority, take note


  •  Babysitting
  •  Bar
  •  Free WiFi
  •  Gym
  •  Handicap Accessible
  •  Kids Club
  •  Parking On Site
  •  Pet-friendly
  •  Pool
  •  Restaurant
  •  Room Service
  •  Spa
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In ultraposh Cap d’Antibes, this modern hideaway is popular with foodies, and sophisticated sunseekers

The Lowdown

Cap D’Antibes Beach Hotel offers a more low-key, contemporary alternative in the posh seaside town of Cap D’Antibes. A starkly modern building anchors this small resort property, located on the former grounds of a beach club noted for welcoming Hollywood icons like Sophia Loren. Rooms are decorated with artwork depicting marine life, and many have private patios or terraces with water views. The restaurant and beach are see-and-be-seen spots.

In the Area

Made famous by jet-setting expats like F. Scott Fitzgerald and Ernest Hemingway, today Cap D’Antibes is a magnet for royalty, festival bigshots, and the international style set. If stilettos on the beach isn’t your thing, aim to stay during the off season, when the madcap atmosphere mellows out, or head to more relaxed seaside towns nearby. Cap D’Antibes is also well positioned for day trips to Nice, Cannes and Monaco.

How to Get There

Cap d Antibes Beach Hotel
10 Boulevard Marechal Juin
Antibes, 06160 France


4.5 Very Good 319 Reviews
Beautiful location
Reviewed 2 days ago

Stayed 5 nights and loved it. Staff are lovely. Restaurant has a great view with somewhat limited selection for breakfast but everything was good. Dinner at the same restaurant is a very formal multi course with very nice food. Rooms were roomie, clean and comfortable. Front desk staff were very friendly and helpful. It’s about 15 min drive into the old town Antibes. You can use Uber. There are also several nice restaurants in 12 min walking distance from the hotel. Grounds of the hotel and the views are gorgeous.

Discreet, secluded with excellent service
Reviewed 1 week ago

On arrival we were greeted by the Director/Manager of the Hotel, we were early so shown to the beach restaurant for lunch. Food and service superb from Julian and his team and we discovered a lovely Rose that we drank a lot of over our trip.
Every moment here was delightful, the staff in the evenings at reception recommended and booked restaurants for us and suggested a trip to Cannes, always polite helpful and friendly, as were the staff at the restaurants and the beach/pool area (well run by Ludovic), always staff available but never intrusive. They always remembered how I like my tea!
Our room was stunning and every time we returned it was immaculately cleaned.
We ate at Le Pecheurs, we were introduced to new flavours and textures that were heavenly, the staff performing a sort of ballet around us, exquisite!
As we left Franck again came out to say goodbye and asked us about our experience, we said we would be back but after seeing the photos our teenagers would be tagging along.

just perfect
Reviewed 3 weeks ago

Perfect place perfect food perfect mood if i could i would close the office and return
Great staff great food great place
sometimes you end up paying much more and you do not get as good as that one
we will come back

Delightful staff, professionally run, beautiful setting...
Reviewed 2 months ago

An off-season (April) visit allowed us to avoid crowds while enjoying professional care by Cap d'Antibes warm and helpful staff. The rooms were sizable for local standards, well-equipped and attractive. Continental breakfast included fresh and plentiful fare, supported by an appropriately attentive and friendly staff. Although not warm enough for us to take full advantage of pool and beach, we enjoyed the spectacularly beautiful and quiet setting. We would return without hesitation.

Reviewed 2 months ago

Definitely overpriced. I would say this is an average 4 star hotel. Nowhere near a 5 star.
Rooms big but very dark. Worst hotel breakfast ever. Even with breakfast included you have to pay for eggs. €12 for a plate of ham and cheese. Rip off when you paid for breakfast.
Room service food was cold.
Breakfast in the room was late.
Sink in the bathroom leaked from day one and was never fixed, even though they said it was fixed.
I can’t imagine a lot of repeat customers. It looks great online but different story when you get there.
Staff are amazing though.