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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

Amenities

  •  Babysitting
  •  Bar
  •  Casino
  •  Free WiFi
  •  Gym
  •  Handicap Accessible
  •  Kids Club
  •  Parking On Site
  •  Pet-friendly
  •  Pool
  •  Restaurant
  •  Room Service
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Overview

Contemporary Cote d'Azur crash pad near Cannes, with a sheltered private beach and a casino

The Lowdown

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

Pullman Cannes Mandelieu Royal Casino Hotel
605 Avenue Du General De Gaulle
Mandelieu-La-Napoule, 06210 France

Reviews

Remains one of my favourite hotels
HelenandJohn_11

I just love this hotel, this is ( we think) our 7th visit. It suits my husband and I very much . We always love a few days in the area and always stay at the Pullman Royal Casino. Close enough to Cannes but away from the hustle and bustle of a city. Lovely little beach , great walks , good restaurants close by in La Napoule. Staff always pleasant and friendly. Great bus service into Cannes, bus stop out side the hotel. We usually like room 419 or 417 with a terrace overlooking the back of the hotel, golf and river but this time due to a conference they placed on floor 7 away from the delegates attending the conference in case there was some noise which I thought was so thoughtful of the team. Room still good , always clean. We book room only so I can not comment on breakfast but friends have told us it’s good. The cocktails certainly are. Look forward to my return. Thank you to everyone.

Excellent hotel and service
MonsieurHarry

Really liked the hotel but mostly the staff who were all pleasant and efficient and did everything we asked of them. Especially so at breakfast where everyone was so nice. Highly recommend this hotel and much more fun than being in more crowded Cannes.

A lot of small errors
SannyBs

Generally speaking the hotel is an average 4 star hotel but with an amazing view of the bay and has its own beach access and to the open ocean which is great. The breakfast buffet and service in the morning was a good start to the day and staff at reception were helpful when needed as well. But around the hotel there was not much staff if needed - the cleaning was very average and the rooms were not made up to the best of standards. We were in a family room with a huge bed which was good and had a cot and sofa bed as well. The teas and coffee were not topped up daily and sometimes food was left from the night before (they probably thought we wanted to keep it) but which anyone would think let’s throw. It was an average hotel and for what they charge per night I don’t think really worth it.