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
My friends and I choose this hotel after reading all the positive reviews and as apart of a package deal, oh how we where sadly disappointed.
This hotel marks itself as a 4 star, this is relevant, but not in all areas. The bedrooms are spacious and clean with friendly room service staff.
Reception staff greeted us in an approachable and friendly manor. However the pool and restaurant staff could do with attending some sort of customer services course as they lacked people skills.
We where all very disappointed and ill advised about having to pay 18 Euros to use the hotel sunbeds around the pool. This we later learnt should have been mentioned to us on arrival, which we clearly where not. Beach towels are one per person, however any extra, you are charged!!!!!!!
The hotel advertises a private beach, once again this is misleading as the area is not sectioned off as the public have access from the main road.
We where excited to hear the hotel had a casino, once again very misleading as we did not feel comfortable walking around, lots of unusual smells and clearly needed a deep clean.
We enjoyed breakfast, a good selection on offer and the staff helpful in every way.
We stayed at this hotel for a girls weekend. Smooth check in and lovely spacious clean modern and fully equipped rooms with suitably smart bathrooms plus nice balcony space. Good buffet style breakfast on offer. The casino is incredibly seedy with some strange looking customers, not AT ALL what we expected certainly no glitz and glamour in there! The reception staff were pleasant and very helpful especially Claudie, the same could not be said for the Blue Lemon restaurant staff unacceptably long wait times to be served on all occasions apart from breakfast times.
A real gripe for all our party was fact that the poolside sun beds have to be paid for!!! I have personally never ever stayed in a hotel where I have had to pay for a sun-bed??and they were 15€ extortionate! This was because they are also rented out to members of the public! The beach immediate in-front of the hotel is also full of members of public so nothing about the hotel is exclusive which we felt was a huge let down. Further more was shocked that had not found this noted in any previous reviews on here, regardless on our last day we decided to succumb and enjoy the poolside for some relaxation and were told that all the beds had been reserved, so we we had to just get towels and go onto the beach even more infuriating was fact that of the said beds most remained empty ALL day up until around 3pm!!
We wanted somewhere within easy distance of Nice airport for our last night, adn this served us very well. A good sized room, good balcony, and a sea side location in a modest but entirely pleasant town. Would not have wanted to spend a week there, but it served our purposes very well. Most unusually, we had a roomservice meal - because the balcony was so nice in the evening" - and enjoyed it very much.
Stay during Cannes Festival .10 minutes by car to Pantiero parking
Very calm atmosphere at Hotel. Breakfast it's good but could be little bit more dishes
At all other still 5 star service at 4* hotel
Vallet parking,View, Rooms etc...
Will stay again
Visited this hotel 10th May for 3 nights, what a lovely trip.
Hotel room was amazing lovely decor and nice little perks that made a huge difference like sofa on balcony ajoining mirror on wall opened to view the shower.
Beach was lovely so was the pool and food.
Has its own nightclub in the hotel which is a 80's club and a casino which is nice and lively on the weekend.
Staff were so friendly and helpful.
Location was great, make sure you take a left when you come out of the hotel and walk to the village for amazingly priced local food with a local atmosphere.
Cannes is about a 15/20 minute uber ride away which cost about 10/15euros.
Hotel is great for couples,girly or mens weekends away.
Amazing views of the river and golfclub.
Very relaxing atmosphere.