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What We Love

  • A French Riviera stay in the village of Mougins – with breakfast and other extrasHaving the prestigious Royal Mougins Golf Club right on your doorstep
  • Staying just 15-minutes from the glittering Côte d’Azur city of Cannes
  • Sleek Provençal decor in the stylish guest rooms and apartments

What To Know

  • Cannes is just 5 miles down the road
  • The resort has an outdoor swimming pool, but you can also take a short drive to Plage du Martinez
  • Free WiFi works well
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Overview

Four-star French Riviera stay in the medieval village of Mougins, just 15 minutes from Cannes, with breakfast and more

The Lowdown

Raising the bar for Côte d’Azur stays, this four-star hideaway at the edge of the prestigious Royal Mougins Golf Club is one of the chicest addresses in Mougins – the artsy Riviera village where Pablo Picasso spent the last 15 years of his life. But most fabulously, you’ll be just 15 minutes from Cannes – the glitzy and glam Riviera powerhouse where too-chic boutiques line the promenade and eye-poppingly huge yachts dot the harbour at La Croisette Beach.
All of the luxurious guest rooms and apartments assure a grown-up balance of high-end comfort and timeless elegance; think sleek Provençal décor, neutral colour tones, sophisticated furnishings, and all the mod cons you’ll need. There’s also an outdoor pool lined with sunloungers, an all-day restaurant for freshly prepared Mediterranean and Provençal specialities, a cosy bar for end-of-day drinks, and a lovely spa for massages and other beauty treatments.
There’s also plenty to see and do outside the hotel grounds, including visiting the Mougins Museum of Classical Art to marvel at works by Hirst, Dali, Warhol and Picasso, and popping to Cannes for a quick splurge in the fashion boutiques and chocolatiers along Rue d’Antibes. But for most, though, the pièce de résistance is the Robert von Hagge-designed 18-hole golf course – the majority of which stretches across the beautiful valley known as Vallon de l’Oeuf.

How to Get There

Les Mas du Grand Vallon
1550 Chemin du grand Vallon
Mougins, 06250 France

Reviews

4.5 Very Good 36 Reviews
Lovely Hotel
Reviewed 2 weeks ago

I stayed at the hotel for a couple of nights whilst on a group visit to the area. I found the stay to be very pleasant, with comfortable good sized rooms. The staff were very helpful. I will certainly consider staying there again, if in the area.

Excellent
Reviewed 2 months ago

This place is just beautiful, so relaxing. Atmosphere prefect for a getaway. Staff very friendly and attentive, food delicious and apartment accommodation just gorgeous. The area is set in lovely golf grounds, with a fantastic pool and pool bar. A car is necessary but we loved the fact it wasn’t in a built up area. Loads of the cote d’ azur accessible with very easy access in the car. We will be back!!

Bello!
Reviewed 2 months ago

A beautiful hotel in the middle of the French countryside. Clean, quite, lots of perfumes and flowers, the rooms are well equipped and the staff very polite. I will come back. Food is good and served right in the garden

Unhelpful Staff
Reviewed 10 months ago

I stayed at Mas du Grand Vallon Hotel for business.

Checking in was a nightmare, it took 2 hours. They simply said I didn't have a room, and they'd given it to someone else. And when I protested that I did indeed book a room, and who had taken it, they wouldn't give me the name.... it was my name. I was stranded in the lobby for 2 hours because they didn't understand my name.

They then blamed me for not saying it correctly and gave me no compensation.

Later I asked where I could sit for a drink, and they said "sorry, ask someone else"

I asked for many other things such as wifi - again they looked at me strangely and suggested it was obvious. However yes you do need a password and username.

The grounds and pool are fine and lovely, but sorely overshadowed by annoying staff.

Disappointing - not a great vibe
Reviewed 11 months ago

Travelled here in august. Was really looking forward to it. A one bedroom costing 270 per night once you paid in advance. It's a purpose built modern hotel on a golf course - not a five star - definitely not. We were overcharged for lunch and the breakfast (breakfast was extra and they were charging full rate for a child not as per price list). The dinner was lovely. The breakfast was mediocre. Found it hard to get a machine coffee- they wanted me to take it from the silver dispenser. I was afraid to ask for another. Generally unhelpful ambiance. Sun beds had a rod in them that was awful uncomfortable. Pool beautiful except for that. Aw well, Maybe if you overlook being overcharged the staff would have been nicer. Look at my other reviews. They are all generally positive so resist the urge to write me off as a crank.