Cap d Antibes Beach Hotel
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
- Free WiFi
- Handicap Accessible
- Kids Club
- Parking On Site
- Room Service
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.
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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.
It is always nice to actually receive what you hoped for when booking hotel
The staff were great and could not do enough for you
Located on the beach the amenities were first class
The rooms and hotel were spotless throughout the property
Just one downside the continental breakfast was a bit chaotic and there was not much choice however the rest of the stay outweighed this blip
My lord... where to begin? You expect a Relais Chateaux property... but you entered and its a beach hotel FULL of people, with LOUD music, NO SPACE to do anything. So FULL of people that feel you are in a public beach. When we decided to stay there, we knew the amount of money we were going to pay but thought were going to have a wonderful experience. Totally the opposite. The room was small, uncomfortable... for 400 euros a night. The breakfast was a joke. TERRIBLE.
It’s overall not a bad hotel but for the prices they charge I was expecting something very different. I complained to the managers of the relais & chateau chain as the rooms are tiny and basic (think Ibis), the hotel and beach overcrowded (the beach is also disappointing and the water not exactly clean), and the food overpriced and disappointing (if you manage to get a table). I went in August so I was expecting crowds in the Côte d’Azur - which is precisely why I chose a high end option, only to leave feeling I should get reimbursed. Never again!
It‘s an ideal place to get an idea, what makes the famous Cote d‘Azur so special. Great architecture and style everywhere. Located directly at the beach, wonderful for enjoying appropriate sundowners.