What We Love
- The Jetsetter rate includes access to the fitness center, steam bath and outdoor pool, a bottle of water on arrival and a free cocktail per person, per stay, if you dine at Bistrot Terrasse
- Free WiFi
- Guests have access to all the facilities at the Juana's sister hotel, Belles Rives (including the private beach)
What To Know
- The outdoor pool is open from mid April through mid October
- Restaurant Bistrot Terrasse is closed Wednesday and Sunday evening in the low season
- A city tax of $2 per person, per night, will be collected by the hotel at checkout
- READ MORE: How to see Cannes on a budget
- Free WiFi
- Parking On Site
- Room Service
Between Cannes and Nice, Hotel Juana is an Art Deco gem on the ritzy Côte d’Azur. Originally built in 1931 and fully revamped in 2006, this five-star property harks back to the golden age of glamour with its classic ivy-covered stucco façade and chic bistro that spills out onto a marble terrace. There are just 40 guestrooms, and the decor is a modern take on ’30s style, with period furniture and colorful geometric shapes depicted in rugs and artworks. All rooms (except Classics) feature a balcony or terrace overlooking the pine-shaded gardens or the sea. Dine on French fare at Bistrot Terrasse and follow it up with a champagne cocktail in the bar. There’s a small fitness center, a hammam and a petite but secluded outdoor pool on-site; or, for a dip in the Med, head to the private beach at Belles Rives, the Juana’s sister hotel. All guests have access to the amenities there, including the piano bar, restaurant and water sports at the beach.
In the Area
Just five miles from Cannes and 16 from Nice, Juan-les-Pins is a chic beach resort on Cap d’Antibes, a lush cape studded with mansions. Its mile-long beach is bordered by a bustling boardwalk, and the resort is home to a number of upscale nightclubs and bars. In July the bars play host to top jazz musicians as part of the annual Jazz à Juan festival. Nearby Antibes, with its narrow cobblestone streets, is the quintessential Mediterranean town. Browse the covered market, stroll around the charming port and make a beeline for the Picasso Museum, home to one of the best collections of the artist’s work in the world.
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We loved our stay in this hotel.
It really is a boutique hotel - perfectly located with great touches that make the stay perfect. Rooms are very cosy with nice bathrooms. The balcony room is perfect - with great views and noises from the local town.
However I think for the extra $, it’s sister hotel, the Belle Rives, is worth it - being on the water with its own beach. Also the buffet breakfast is worth paying for at the Belle Rives as same price but overlooking the water.
Morning runs to eden rock are a must ????
There are two rooms located away from the main building above the swimming pool. We had one of these and it was excellent. The bed was comfortable, the room spacious with excellent build in wardrobes. Nice bathroom with double sinks and a view of the pool from the window.
The staff are excellent and really go out of their way to make your stay enjoyable. When we arrived we had a very friendly welcome. The receptionist Anne spent some time explaining the breakfast options, restaurant, pool etc. She also provided a map and and some great recommendations of places to visit that we would not have found ourselves and were very pleased that she pointed these out. The Conceirge Victor was also extremely helpful as we had initial problems with the room safe that he resolved effortlessly and he and his staff booked us restaurants and airport transport with ease. There are 3 options for breakfast, express which is hot drink, fruit juice and 3 pastries, a la carte and a full buffett which whilst sumptious would have been too much for us and is priced at 28 Euros per person.
We had to have our stay extended by a day due to the planned BA strike so we stayed in a nearby Marriot for the last night of our stay. Victor aranged for our bags to be transferred to that hotel and for a car to pick us up and take us to the airport from the other hotel. Other reviews we have read do not seem to reflect the level of great service and extremely enjoyable stay we had. I would recommend and go back again.
Friendly staff who provide a vaguely attentive service. Beds are rock hard, pillows are lumpy and square. If there were an award for the least comfortable five star hotel this place would surely be a front runner.