Located right on the waterfront, the Cap d'Antibes Beach Hotel is a charming window onto the Lérins Islands and the Esterel Mountains. The sandy beach that serves as its garden contrasts with the contemporary architecture. Indeed the mix of styles makes this 5-star hotel a unique and spectacular place.
At the origin of this luxury establishment, a small fisherman's hut, that was transformed over the years into a restaurant, theater then a hotel, before being left derelict. Revived by the Ferrante family in 2003, it has found a new lease of life, while maintaining traces of its history.
In reference to its past, his restaurant is called Les Pecheurs, or "The Fisherman." Boasting a Michelin star, it offers refined cuisine, respectful of the produce. Its chef, Nicolas Navarro, works locally sourced flavors with passion.
The 27 guestrooms are decorated in the spirit of the French Riviera. The walls, covered in frescoes, recall the Mediterranean, while the chairs resemble shells. As for the upholstery, it is iridescent, like fish skin. It’s a way for the hotel to stay close to the sea, in homage to the French Riviera that has shaped its history.
Cap d'Antibes Beach Hotel10 Boulevard Maréchal Juin06160 Cap d'AntibesTel : +33 (0)4 92 93 13 30www.ca-beachhotel.com