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Hotel du Cap-Eden-Roc

Overview

Located on the French Riviera, Hotel du Cap-Eden-Roc is a prestigious five-star hotel with an illustrious history. Over the years it has accommodated literary greats such as F. Scott Fitzgerald and Ernest Hemingway, as well as the duke and duchess of Windsor, and former English Prime Minister Winston Churchill.

Originally a private mansion, the hotel opened its doors in 1870, before being renovated to become the Grand Hotel du Cap. Composed of three buildings, tropical gardens and a pool, the hotel maintains its prestigious tradition in playing host to an array of celebrities during the Cannes Film Festival.

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Hotel du Cap-Eden-Roc
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  • Hotel du Cap-Eden-Roc
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  • +33 4 93 61 39 01

With 118 rooms, suites and private villas on offer, guests can choose between varying levels of luxury. Junior suites range from Traditional, Classic, Superior and Deluxe, and come with a choice of view that includes the park, rose garden or sea.

The Eden-Roc Suite features its own private terrace with spectacular views of the surrounding Mediterranean. Situated away from the hotel in exclusive tranquility, the two private villas include outdoor pools and Jacuzzi’s, as well as the services of a personal butler. In addition, the hotel also provides a selection of seafront Cabanas that offer rustic and secluded luxury in the tranquil wilderness.

Situated within the hotel, a selection of restaurants, bars, and lounges, offer guests a smorgasbord of fine dining options. In the capable hands of head chef Arnaud Poëtte and pastry chef Lilian Bonnefoi, the fine dining Eden-Roc Restaurant prides itself on flawless customer service.

Leisure activities include a large infinity swimming pool situated at the heart of the fragrant pine garden. Five clay tennis courts are also available exclusively to guests along with a large fitness and beauty treatment centre.

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