Continuing the sleek 1930's theme, the bar and restaurant at the Juana are situated on the ground floor and accessed via the lobby. Café Marianne provides a stylish setting for a drink or a meal, helped by its charming paved courtyard lined with gardens, shady palm trees and a water fountain. The casual-chic restaurant attracts a mix of hotel guests and well-dressed locals for its delicious, fresh, Provencal cuisine. There is plenty of seating inside too, with contemporary furnishings in oyster blue and chocolate brown and immaculately dressed tables. A baby grand sits beside the well stocked bar. Large windows overlook the terrace but the window you need to be looking through is the one on the patisserie cabinet, found at Café Marianne's entrance. Head pastry chef Jean-Michel Llorca creates veritable works of art and they are even available to takeaway. There are daily menus that offer good value for money (especially for the French Riviera) such as the three course lunch/dinner set menu for 29 euros (£25.50), or the very reasonable two course set lunch menu (starter + main, or main + dessert) with a glass of wine for 19 euros (£16.70). We sampled a starter of petits barbajuans niçois (fried ravioli stuffed with vegetables and cheese, served with ratatouille and rocket), and the onglet de boeuf cooked to perfection served with tasty potatoes au gratin and a bordelaise sauce, followed by a mouth-watering mango and vanilla tart topped with passion fruit. Extra points for the lovely presentation and the top notch service. The bar meanwhile, is open until at least 11:00pm and its "vinotheque" (a play on words for the French word for library, bibliotheque therefore "wine library") boasts about 25 different wines available by the glass.