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The Hôtel du Cap-Eden-Roc is one of the establishments that helps promote the image of France throughout the world. Even though few have the chance to stay here, it is nevertheless a dream destination at the end of the Cap d'Antibes and a top venue for the (very) fashionable parties of the Cannes Festival.

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    Location 3.7 /10

    The Hôtel du Cap-Eden-Roc's location on the Côte d'Azur is hard to beat. It stands on the southern tip of the Cap d'Antibes, facing the sea and the Lérins Islands with an unobstructed view.
    Located at an equal distance from Cannes and Nice, it enjoys the advantages of these two major cities on the French Riviera (particularly Nice Côte d'Azur Airport) without the inconveniences of the large number of tourists in the summer. Indeed, its location on the tip of the Cap d'Antibes guarantees its (rich) guests a genuine haven of peace and discretion.

    Accommodation 9.20 /10

    The Hôtel du Cap-Eden-Roc has 118 guest rooms and suites, entirely renovated, and 2 villas tucked away at the heart of a park of several hectares facing the Mediterranean.
    The rooms are divided into several categories: Tradition, Classic, Superior and Deluxe. The Tradition rooms are around 25m² large and overlook the inner courtyard either at the Hôtel du Cap or in the Les Deux Fontaines residence.
    The Classic rooms are divided between the Hôtel du Cap and the Les Deux Fontaines residence. Measuring 25m², these rooms afford a superb view of the park, and, for some, of the Mediterranean.
    The Superior rooms are all located in the main building and measure 32m².
    The 40m² Deluxe rooms overlook the Grande Allée and the sea. There are four of these rooms, located in the main building of the Hôtel du Cap-Eden-Roc.
    The choice of Suites is equally broad, with the 45m² Junior Suites and Junior Deluxe Suites located within the Hôtel du Cap or the Eden-Roc Pavilion. With beautiful bedrooms, a lounge area and terraces (for the Junior Deluxe Suites in the Eden-Roc Pavilion), these rooms are some of the hotel's most popular.
    With their 80m², the One Bedroom Suites are bestowed with luxurious bed rooms, large lounges and marble bathrooms with separate showers. Ideal for families, they are located on the top floor of the Hôtel du Cap. Add 'Deluxe' to the One Bedroom Suites and you get the same suite but with an unobstructed view of the Grande Allée and the sea...
    The one and only Eden-Roc Suite gives you access to a view of the sea and the Lérins Islands, a fabulous 200m² teak terrace, a pergola, a Jacuzzi, two bathrooms, a sizeable dressing room and two spacious bedrooms.
    With its Provençal style, its cedar tree setting and its period decoration, the Villa Les Cèdres has three bedrooms, a living room, a large kitchen, a terrace and a Jacuzzi.
    The site's other villa, the 250m² Villa Eleana, has three bedrooms, a living room, a private study and a fully equipped kitchen. Outside, guests can enjoy the private swimming pool and two terraces.

    Overview 8.95 /10

    In 1870, the Villa Soleil, a glamorous yet relatively imposing residence in Napoleon III style was inaugurated by its owner Hyppolyte de Villemont (the founder of the French newspaper Le Figaro). 17 years later, in 1887, Antoine Sella bought the Hôtel Eden Roc and opened the Eden-Roc Pavilion in 1914 with its swimming pool dug into the rocks. Within a few decades, Antoine Sella managed to attract famous names from around the world to this little corner of paradise.
    Between 1887 and 1970, the hotel's guest book was filled with the names of Chaplin, Walt Disney, Chagall, Anatole France, Aga Khan, Agnelli, Erol Flynn, Picasso, Windsor, Sacha Guitry and many others. The myth of the world's most expensive hotel was thus created.
    Since 1970, the Oetker group (owner of the Hôtel Le Bristol in Paris, the Palais Namaskar in Marrakech, the Fregate Island in the Seychelles and the Eden Roc in St Barth) has taken over the reins of this magnificent establishment and maintained its spirit while reinventing it. A major renovation campaign was thus undertaken over the last eight years, finishing in winter 2013 with the renovation of the boutique and the beauty salon.
    To accommodate its illustrious guests, the hotel has 118 guest rooms spread across two buildings: the Hôtel du Cap (the former Villa Soleil) and the 'Les Deux Fontaines' buildings. The most illustrious can even enjoy one of the two villas (Villa les Cèdres and Villa Elena), true havens of luxury at the heart of luxury.
    Whether they are staying in a guest room or a villa, all of the prominent guests at the Cap Eden Roc have access to the gourmet restaurant run by Chef Arnaud Poëtte, the Grill, the bars, the spa, the rose garden, the tennis courts and the 31 private 'cabanas' on the seafront.
    Guests at the Cap Eden Roc have the choice of 3 areas to enjoy a drink or relax both day and night. The Juice & Ice Cream Bar is the newest spot at the hotel this year where guests can sample the homemade ice creams and sorbets, and fruit or vegetable juices in the shade of the Alep pines by the sea.
    Overlooking the blue expanse of the Mediterranean, the Eden-Roc Champagne Lounge is a magical setting with its panoramic terrace nestled on top of the Eden-Roc Pavilion. Here guests can savour the finest champagnes under the guidance of Christophe Lencioni and his team who work with 14 champagne houses. Among the rare vintages available guests will find Jéroboam Louis Roederer 'Cristal Or' 2002 which has only 200 bottles available worldwide, and the Dom Pérignon 'Vintage Rosé'.
    For those who prefer relaxing indoors, the Le Bellini bar is all luxury, charm and delight. This bar takes its name from the famous Bellini cocktail. It also offers a wide selection of other refined cocktails, which are further enhanced by the view of the sea and the large park.
    For a touch of music, the La Rotonde bar is the perfect setting. This former Tea Room once visited by sovereigns, artists, businessmen and Maharajas is the oldest part of the Eden-Roc Pavilion.
    A rare pearl in an already unique settings, the Cap Eden-Roc Chocolate Atelier is the workshop of Pastry Chef Lilian Bonnefoi who, surrounded by his brigade of nine confectioners, creates the chocolates served in the bars and restaurants, arranged in gift sets and placed in the rooms or placed on sale at the Eden-Roc Pavilion.

    Food and drink 9.45 /10

    Two of the most renowned restaurants on the Côte d'Azur have taken up residence at the Cap-Eden-Roc: the Eden-Roc Restaurant and the Eden-Roc Grill & Lounge Bar.
    With its terrace overlooking the Mediterranean and the Lérins Islands, the Eden-Roc Restaurant offers an exceptional setting with equally exceptional cuisine. At the head of this famous restaurant, Chef Arnaud Poëtte assisted by Olivier Gaiatto (Head Chef) and Lilian Bonnefoi (Pastry Chef) create refined dishes that look as good as they taste.
    For a taste of Mediterranean specialities, grills, salads, sushi and tapas, head to the southern tip of the Cap d'Antibes and take a seat at a table of the Eden-Roc Grill & Lounge Bar between the Lérins Islands and the infinity pool.

    Spa 8.2 /10

    The Spa Eden-Roc by La Prairie is an ode to well-being and relaxation.
    With this in mind, the spa offers four treatment rooms, a sauna, an experience shower and a steam room. Guests can also enjoy a massage in the hotel gardens in the shade of the gazebo or in one of the two massage huts.
    The more sporty can take advantage of the fitness centre and the sports coaching service with personalised training sessions as well as yoga classes.

    To know

    A truly exceptional place, the Hôtel du Cap-Eden-Roc is one of the gems of the French hotel industry. Its international fame makes it THE place to stay for many stars in the summer. It was in this unique setting that Sharon Stone hosted the amfAR gala evening (the Foundation for AIDS Research annual dinner).

    Traveller Reviews

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    • Xavier I. Xavier I.  
      2 Opinions
      • Package deals in novembre 2014 Posted on 2014-12-03 En couple - 2 nuitées (Chambre avec vue)

        Superbe rénovation. Terrasses avec vues agréables. Cuisine assez créative mais pas toujours raffinée

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        Prix très élevé Restaurant gastronomique pas assez raffiné

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      • Overall Score 7.83/10
    •  Anonyme. Anonyme.  
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      • Package deals in septembre 2014 Posted on 2014-11-26 Seul - 3 à 5 nuitées (Chambre avec vue)

        Je n'aime pas le confort et surtout ne rien faire ... Alors imaginez !! Ça a été la semaine la plus longue de ma vie, mais j'ai très bien mangé. ça j'adore !

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        Très beau soleil en Septembre et beaucoup de belles filles en maillot.

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        Clientèle très riche et donc assez désagréable. Ils se croient tout permis avec leur sous ! Je ne suis pas jaloux mais ils m'énervent quand même. On dirait qu'ils sont mieux que les autres alors que pas du tout

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      • Overall Score 6.29/10
    •  Anonyme. Anonyme.  
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      • Package deals in septembre 2014 Posted on 2014-11-26 Seul - 3 à 5 nuitées (Chambre avec vue)

        Je n'aime pas le confort et surtout ne rien faire ... Alors imaginez !! Ça a été la semaine la plus longue de ma vie, mais j'ai très bien mangé. ça j'adore !

      • Advantages

        Très beau soleil en Septembre et beaucoup de belles filles en maillot.

      • Disavantages

        Clientèle très riche et donc assez désagréable. Ils se croient tout permis avec leur sous ! Je ne suis pas jaloux mais ils m'énervent quand même. On dirait qu'ils sont mieux que les autres alors que pas du tout

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      • Overall Score 6.29/10
    • Marie G. Marie G.  
      9 Opinions
      • Package deals in juin 2012 Posted on 2013-12-11 Seul - 2 nuitées (Chambre avec vue)

        magnifique et luxueux hôtel , avec un grand parc arboré , calme , à l'abri des regards , tennis , SPA , salle de sport piscine à débordement en face de la mer , somptueux restaurant , cabanes privatives face a la mer au dessus des roches , accès a l'eau par une échelle , c'est splendide !

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        tout est magnifique , les chambres sont spacieuses , le petit déjeuner excellent , le service toujours tres aimable et disponible , les massages et soins tres bien effectués , personnel gentil et efficace .

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        le prix évidemment ?

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      • Overall Score 8.50/10
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