The most beautiful hotels in Antibes

La Dolce Vita in Antibes, between Cannes and Nice, has been extensively tested and approved by local and international travellers alike. Sea views, restaurants rich in Mediterranean flavours, sun-kissed luxury without the fuss… These five hotels in Antibes and Juan-Les Pins, just a few minutes from the city, will give you a colourful stay worthy of the most beautiful postcards.


Hotel Belles Rives


Looking for a waterfront hotel in Antibes? The Belles Rives is the ideal address. The hotel seems to be immersed in the sea, and can be enjoyed from its private beach. This five-star hotel has preserved its period architecture, embellished by an Art Deco style. The Fitzgerald piano bar is one of Europe’s Historic and Heritage Cafés, with a moleskin counter, mural and 1930s furniture.


© Belles Rives


Around 40 recently refurbished rooms and suites in marble, wood and fine fabrics make up this emblematic Côte d’Azur venue. Each room is different, so you can be surprised every time you stay. The hotel is also renowned for its Michelin-starred restaurant, La Passagère, which offers an incredible gastronomic experience on its terrace overlooking the sea!


Cap d’Antibes Beach Hotel


Imagine stepping into a glamorous, poetic Californian-style place, with geometric lines enhanced by concrete and vintage furniture, where the French Riviera breeze touches your face, already caressed by the sun’s rays… This exceptional place is real. The Cap Antibes Beach Hotel immerses us in a gentle universe, perfectly renovated for the 2024 season, that could be photographed for hours. With 35 retro chic rooms and suites with stone floors, white panelling, pink bathrooms and wooden furniture, the hotel captures the light of the sea and gardens in a unique way.


©Cap d’Antibes Beach Hotel


The Michelin-starred Les Pêcheurs restaurant lives up to its name by showcasing local Mediterranean produce, while the Baba bar takes us on a journey from the Middle East to the south of France. Ideal for a romantic weekend before or after the season, in May, June or September. The escape continues around the infinity pool and on the private beach with its candy pink sun loungers and parasols. A truly sublime Relais & Château hotel with its feet in the water, a rarity on the Côte d’Azur.


Hôtel du Cap-Eden-Roc


Its history is rooted in that of Antibes. Since 1870, this legendary establishment has stood as a symbol of the region’s hotels. The 111 rooms, all in the elegant French style, are divided between the Villa Soleil, the Eden-Roc pavilion overlooking the sea and the intimate Les Deux Fontaines residence. For groups or lovers of wide open spaces, three villas with swimming pools and terraces are available for reservation. And don’t forget the legendary Dior spa!


© Hotel Cap Eden Roc


The Louroc restaurant has been awarded a Michelin star, Giovanni’s takes you to the pergola of a small Italian village, the Eden-Roc table overlooks the Mediterranean and the grill gives pride of place to fish. And after a good meal, you can enjoy a stroll through the gardens of the Palace hotel and take a dip in the infinity pool.


The Juana Hotel


Facing the Iles de Lérins, the Hôtel Juana boasts top-of-the-range architecture featuring both urban and Art Deco design. Touches of the 1930s and references to Picasso can be seen throughout the hotel, which is both modern and comfortable. There are 40 rooms and suites, all with sea-view balconies. Perfect for an intimate stay away from the big resorts on the coast.


© Hotel Juana


The outdoor swimming pool, Valmont spa and Pasero terrace, where you can sip cocktails and enjoy Mediterranean dishes, complete this escape to Antibes. The festive atmosphere is enhanced by renowned musicians, particularly jazz.


Hôtel Le Sud


For a confidential and original getaway, head for the Hôtel Le Sud. Located in Juan-Les-Pins, this 29-room jewel boasts a refined, artistic decor (with frescoes by Franck Lebraly). The white walls are adorned with colourful plates and trompe-l’œil windows showing glimpses of the sea. Brush drawings enhance the sober design of the rooms, which give the impression of being at home.


© Hotel Le Sud


The bar is decorated in typical southern style, with rattan furniture, white steel chairs and antiques. During the summer season, a food truck sets up in the hotel gardens, where you can enjoy a pizza or a good burrata tomato salad in the sun, not far from the swimming pool surrounded by white ground and lush green vegetation.



Featured photo : ©Cap d’Antibes Beach Hotel

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