Pullman Cannes Mandelieu Royal Casino Hotel
What We Love
- The sheltered private beach, swimming pool and outdoor fitness lounge — all perfect for Côte d'Azur preening
- Views of the Golfe de la Napoule across to the Lérins Islands
- Cool white contemporary decor in the (soundproofed) rooms
What To Know
- Parking costs an additional $20 per day
- There's a casino on-site
- Cannes is three miles away
- Free WiFi
- READ MORE: How to see Cannes on a budget
- Free WiFi
- Handicap Accessible
- Kids Club
- Parking On Site
- Room Service
On a stretch of private beach three miles west of Cannes, this Pullman property has a classic Côte d’Azur setting and a chic, summery vibe. The 211 minimalist rooms (designed by French interiors guru Tristan Auer) are predominantly white, with judicious color accents, and the light-flooded open-plan public spaces let the sea breeze in. At a slight remove from busy Cannes, the hotel makes the most of its location, thanks to a private sheltered beach, outdoor fitness center, crystalline swimming pool and nearby golf course — plus a beachside restaurant and an in-house casino for those who feel that Lady Luck came along on the trip.
In the Area
A stroll along Cannes’s storied Croisette is a must, with all its people-watching opportunities, beaches and places to grab a bite or a drink. The 14th-century Château de la Napoule is an easy walk and features beautiful gardens and a museum. If you’ve snagged a room with a view over to the two Lérins Islands (Sainte-Marguerite and Saint-Honorat), then you should definitely hop a boat to do some exploring of one or both.
How to Get There
OK hotel. So good if you are ok with just ok. No problems at all.
Location: far from everywhere. This is my main cause of dis-satisfaction, which is certainly not the hotel's fault!
Beach: not impressive.
You are not going to have South of France experience there if that is what you're looking for.
I was here for a business meeting off-season and everything was very good organized.
The rooms are big, clean and comfortable. The breakfast, lunch and dinner are also good. Drinks at the bar are to expensive.
The service is also good.
The meeting rooms were with a fantastic seaside view.
It was a good meeting environment
I actually stayed in this hotel in November 2017 on a four night business trip. My company held a conference here and everybody was put up to stay if they were not local to the hotel. The hotel is a large chain hotel at the very end of the esplanade so a bit of a walk into town so the first night we chose to eat at the hotel restaurant. Food was nice but was not cheap. The second evening a colleague and I got room service and the burgers were big and very tasty! The remaining evenings our company held events in the hotel where we ate. Breakfast and lunch were buffet style with lots of choice, just busy because so many of us staying at the venue! My room was nice and particularly so because I had a large balcony overlooking the sea - it was great to look out too each morning and sit outside watching the lights of Cannes of an evening with a glass of wine on the comfy bench with cushions. Very relaxing bar area where we would all head to of an evening once the conference was done and outside pool area looked lovely but was just very cold outside so thank goodness for the heaters!
All in all a nice hotel with a great setting
A very nice hotel just by the sea. Thge beds are excellent and the rooms are spacious. I do also like to have the opportunity to sit on a terrace. There is a Casino on the lower ground floor so if you want to do some playing the opportunity is not far away.
Great hotel, great location right on the sea front, fantastic staff and very helpful from the point of booking to leaving the hotel.
Room was very spacious, clean with fantastic view of the coast line.