Description Hotel Majestic is red-carpet-ready, set on the fabled Croisette, facing the Palais des Festivals, the hub of Cannes Film Festival. Come here for slick service, slinky suites, star-spotting bars, the best spa in town, sophisticated dining, a partying private beach and a cool kids' club. It's pure cinema. The scene-stealing location on the Croisette is always at the heart of the action, whatever the season. In summer, unwind under palm trees and parasols or cross the promenade to the private beach club. Whatever the weather, the glittering marina, the cafés and shops of rue d’Antibes and the hilly Old Town are under five minutes’ walk away.
Description A 45-room boutique hotel in the centre of Cannes, two steps from La Croisette and the beach beyond. VIP access to a private stretch of sand, a serene and well-furnished spa, and a stunning rooftop terrace – with bar and pool – complete the hedonistic concoction. Set in the very centre of Cannes, one street back from Boulevard de la Croisette and subsequently just a short hop from the beach. Gare de Cannes train station is a mere four minutes away on foot. The hotel that describes itself as ‘the best kept secret in Cannes’ is just that: guests enter through a rather anonymous sliding door that leads to stylish room, a lively rooftop bar, pool terrace and a luxurious spa. The colour scheme of cool stone, muted browns and shocking red leather is cooler than La Croisette itself.
Description Okko has turned Cannes’ cosy hotel market on its head with an all-inclusive business concept. Every resident gets access to the top-floor Club, a five-star departure lounge where you can sunbathe, catch a movie or pour a free glass of wine. Convenient if not exactly classy. Okko’s soundproofed rooms hover above Cannes railway station, a mainline hub for Paris, Avignon, Brussels and Nice. Boulangeries and boutiques are also 60 seconds away. The starlit twinkle of La Croisette is five minutes on foot. Like bedding down in a Parisian designer’s party pad. Think bare concrete walls in some places; funky French wallpaper in others. In the Club, swaying arc lamps illuminate market-sourced objets d’art on the shelves. Giant iMacs offer travel advice or business info.