The Grand Hôtel has 75 guest rooms and is one of the flagship establishments of the Croisette. If you are a fan of 1960's-based styles, you will think you have arrived in heaven.
Whether you are in a superior room, a Junior Suite, a Prestige room, an Executive Jacuzzi, the Penthouse Suite, or the Penthouse Executive Jacuzzi, every last detail in the decor has carefully been seen to.
The Prestige rooms measure a generous 25m², and are further augmented by the 15m² of terrace overlooking the rapidly rising slopes of Cannes. The 1960's style of the decor is apparent, but is more discreet than in the communal spaces and corridors (beige and brown carpeting, dark brown walls, and an orange ceiling). What really ties the rooms in with the decor in the rest of the hotel is the furniture.
The shades of beige that feature most strongly in the rooms give them a subdued brightness that nicely sets off the pink bedsheets, headboard, and curtains. The patterning on the beige carpet is echoed in the design of the duvet. The furniture, too, has been very carefully selected: a long Formica desk, a chrome coffee table, a chrome and leather stool, etc.
The flat-screen television blends in perfectly with all these pieces of 1960's furniture because of its similar shape to the mirrors around it.
In the bathrooms, the 1960's style gives way to the sophistication of grey marble. Nothing could be more classic. All of the bathrooms have a towel dryer, a hair-dryer, Bulgari hospitality products, bathrobes, a bathtub, and a separate toilet. Finally, every room has a safe (concealed in the wardrobe) and a minibar.