(Juan Les Pins (Nr Cannes))
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Located on one of the most exclusive stretches of the world famous Cote d'Azur, Belles Rives is a 5* hotel of the finest order. Directly on the Mediterranean, hotel guests enjoy free access to the private beach generally reserved for the A-List crowd. The town of Cap d'Antibes is simply stunning and the hotel itself overlooks the harbour where the worlds rich and famous arrive every summer in their super yachts. Art Deco in its style and reminiscent of the roaring 20's a stay at Belles Rives is like no other - a once in a lifetime experience that you will want to repeat again and again.
Rooms are a perfect blend of old and new having recently been refurbished in a traditional style. As you would expect, the standard is very high and they feature a wide range of modern amenities including flat screen TV's, Wi-Fi connection throughout, fluffy bathrobes and slippers and much more. Bathrooms are sumptuous and the attention to detail goes right through to the toiletries, which are offered from Penthaligons of London.
Belles Rives is more than a hotel, it is a lifestyle. See and be seen in one of the bars, enjoy a cocktail on the private beach, try your hand at waterskiing each morning at the exclusive Belle Rives waterskiing club, enjoy gourmet cuisine overlooking the Mediterranean at the exclusive La Passagére restaurant. Children are welcome and catered for too.
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Excellent hotel with beautiful ocean views
Stay Date: 10/2016, Texasbackpacker wrote this review.
Hotel Belle Rives came highly recommended to us for our short three night stay. It is situated in a very convenient location, within walking distance to many places, offering us plenty of options in eating, shopping or just strolling on the beach. … See more
Hotel Belle Rives came highly recommended to us for our short three night stay. It is situated in a very convenient location, within walking distance to many places, offering us plenty of options in eating, shopping or just strolling on the beach. We even walked to the heart or village of Antibes - a must-do. We had a deluxe sea room view, which offered a beautiful view of the blue waters. The balcony is small with no furniture, but we asked to have a few outdoor chairs brought up so that we could enjoy the mornings and evenings on the balcony. The room was very clean, roomy, tastefully decorated and had all the amenities one could want. We enjoyed eating breakfast on the terrace and drinking wine at night, looking at the water. Every morning, there was a sweet older gentleman that would walk over to the end of the pier, don a wetsuit, do a few stretches and then water ski behind the hotel's boat for 10 minutes - it was fun watching this routine every morning. We only ate breakfast and a few cocktail appetizers during our stay - the breakfast buffet was expansive and offered a great variety of foods. The elevator worked only about half the time, but that was not a problem for us. We were greeted everytime we walked down the stairs or went through the front doors. The staff always made us feel important. We were not disappointed with the recommendation to stay at this fine hotel. Collapse
A magical hotel with eligant style and a magnificent history
Stay Date: 10/2016, Chestertripper wrote this review.
As confirmed Art Deco and Scott Fitzgerald fans we had visited the Belle Rive in 2013 for a libation in their beautiful garden patio overlooking the Mediterranean . We vowed to return for a stay which we did last weekend. I just do not know where to… See more
As confirmed Art Deco and Scott Fitzgerald fans we had visited the Belle Rive in 2013 for a libation in their beautiful garden patio overlooking the Mediterranean . We vowed to return for a stay which we did last weekend. I just do not know where to begin - our room was compact yet beautifully furnished with a balcony overlooking the garden and the sea. The bathroom was elegantly marbled with a large widow that provided a second spectacular view. From the moment we arrived every staff member simply could not do enough for us. The Concierge explained the locality, the waiters were all friendly and made good eye contact and even the room staff were unobtrusive and smiley. The hotel is not the height of modernity nor of luxury - it is a magnificent example of the beauty of a bygone age. Yes it trades on its history - but why ever not? We thought the creaky floorboards and noisy plumbing lent authenticity and charm. Breakfast is a comprehensive buffet served in the restaurant. Wonderfully stylishly French and truly perfect. Again the service was unobtrusive yet attentive. Before we checked out yesterday we had already decided we will absolutely be returning in spring 2017. Whilst waiting for the car to take us to the airport one of the waiters brought us two bottles of water for our journey. I was totally captivated by this spontaneous charming gesture! Collapse
Top Quality Hotel at Juan-Les-Pins
Stay Date: 10/2016, michaeljohnm933 wrote this review.
This hotel was recommended by a friend who holidays in the area. I found it to be very satisfactory for my 2 nights bed and breakfast booking. The good weather made the sea view room an enjoyable bonus.
This hotel was recommended by a friend who holidays in the area. I found it to be very satisfactory for my 2 nights bed and breakfast booking. The good weather made the sea view room an enjoyable bonus. Collapse
Budget Quality at Luxury Prices
Stay Date: 10/2016, BigSurSir wrote this review.
This would likely be an acceptable hotel for 150€ per night - but they charge triple that, so let's review it accordingly. It's not a very good hotel. The room wasn't advertised appropriately. We booked the 'Cottage', a detached structure across t… See more
This would likely be an acceptable hotel for 150€ per night - but they charge triple that, so let's review it accordingly. It's not a very good hotel. The room wasn't advertised appropriately. We booked the 'Cottage', a detached structure across the street from the main hotel. There were two smallish bedrooms, each with a bed and one chair and virtually no place else to sit down. No sofa, no loveseat, nothing. There was enormous deferred maintenance and cleaning. The overhead light in one bedroom was burned out and everything was pretty dusty. The furnishings and carpet were quite aged and in need of replacement. The room was awful. The amenities extremely limited. The restaurant was good - the food was good and the service was attentive. The adjoining bar/lounge was just brutally bad. There was often one person who served as bartender, server and dish washer also. My drink of choice is pretty easy - vodka over ice. I would order vodka and ice and get a variety of things - vodka and espresso, vodka and lemon, vodka and something else that was brown - I never figured out what it was. At one point, there was no server so I went from inside to the bar directly. The bar was stacked with dirty dishes and stemware and the one person was alternating between cleaning dirty dishes and making drinks. This bar also does not keep consistent hours. They will say that they are open until 11:00 pm but they will also close early if the crowd thins out. The front desk staff is friendly and helpful (a particular nod here to 'Luca', who was most helpful); however, the front desk is not adequately staffed. In the evenings, there is only one person and if that person steps away, there's nobody minding the shop! One night, at 12:15 a.m., there was nobody at the front desk and there were THREE different guests behind the counter looking for their room keys!! All of the guest room keys were in an unlocked drawer, in numerical order! There is absolutely no security at this hotel whatsoever. This is likely the most disappointing hotel I have stayed at in the past 4-5 years. Collapse
Great experience, especially if you enjoy Tender is the Night
Stay Date: 10/2016, Anthony P wrote this review.
This property was once a villa used by F.Scott and Zelda Fitzgerald. Still has a deco charm and feels like a throwback to the Jazz Age. Definitely get a sea view room. The difference between watching the sun set from your balcony and a construction s… See more
This property was once a villa used by F.Scott and Zelda Fitzgerald. Still has a deco charm and feels like a throwback to the Jazz Age. Definitely get a sea view room. The difference between watching the sun set from your balcony and a construction site on the street are night and day. The property is the highlight of this part of Antibes. The town center 5 minutes down the road is a bit cheesy (combination of Vegas and Miami beach- the tacky part). It feels like a low rent Monaco. If you stay here, stay there. The beauty lays with the beachfront restaurant and lounge chairs. Collapse
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