Holiday Inn Cannes
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A great choice for a break on the French Riviera, the Holiday Inn – Cannes is a comfortable four star hotel set on the Mediterranean. A mere fifteen minutes from the very centre of Cannes, the hotel is set away from the hustle and bustle in a park full of pines and holm oak trees, and the Holiday Inn – Cannes also offer private access to the beach in front of the hotel.
Featuring recently renovated rooms, the supremely comfortable hotel offers a warm and welcoming retreat after a long day of sightseeing. Each room is equipped for both your comfort and convenience, providing a TV, air-conditioning, private bathroom and tea & coffee making facilities to make your feel right at home.
The hotel’s delightful onsite restaurant, The Garden View, serve up a sublime mix of Mediterranean favourites and the finest specialties from Provence. You can also set yourself up for the day by enjoying the extensive buffet breakfast, served on the restaurant terrace overlooking both the outdoor pool and the seashore. Access to the hotel’s Tennis Court is also free of charge.
- Tea and Coffee Making Facilities
- Internet Access
- Air Conditioning
- Direct Dial Telephone
- Laundry/Dry Cleaning Services
- Housekeeping (daily)
- Cable/Satellite TV channels
- Interconnecting Rooms
Bar and Restaurant
- Bar in Hotel
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TripAdvisor Traveller Rating
- Overall: based on 166 reviews
- Sleep Quality:
Excellent Staff and Good Rooms
Stay Date: 10/2016, Prashant C wrote this review.
The best thing to have is an upgrade and I got one to the lovely and spacious executive rooms. Though this has nothing to influence this review. The staff at the hotel were extremely helpful and friendly. Smiling and caring all the time. The loca… See more
The best thing to have is an upgrade and I got one to the lovely and spacious executive rooms. Though this has nothing to influence this review. The staff at the hotel were extremely helpful and friendly. Smiling and caring all the time. The location is not in the centre or close to croissete but not far way. Good bus connection is there just outside the hotel. The room was clean and very well done daily and my experience has been excellent at the Holiday Inn Cannes. Collapse
A totally exhausting experiance
Stay Date: 10/2016, HCSACT wrote this review.
The is no such thing as tranquility at this old and tired hotel. The combination of constant engine noise from adjacent traffic and trains the regularity pass is amplified by the design and location of the balconies. The result is that from about 4… See more
The is no such thing as tranquility at this old and tired hotel. The combination of constant engine noise from adjacent traffic and trains the regularity pass is amplified by the design and location of the balconies. The result is that from about 4am it is impossible to sleep with the window open. The bar is small and soulless. The reception are is ugly. The rooms are utilitarian and really rather grim. No pictures or colour to relieve the cafe au lair monochrome. The prices are exorbitant. Recommendation: find another hotel - indeed find almost any other hotel as this one is not worth staying in if sleep is required. One more thing. The wifi hardly works when in ones room. Collapse
Stay Date: 09/2016, pprhh wrote this review.
Overnight there before a flight the next day. Good recognition of elite status. The property is a renovated building of the 70's. Decoration is relatively neutral. I had a large room. Could have been cleaner. It was clean but it immaculate. Had some … See more
Overnight there before a flight the next day. Good recognition of elite status. The property is a renovated building of the 70's. Decoration is relatively neutral. I had a large room. Could have been cleaner. It was clean but it immaculate. Had some issues with the water not flowing properly in the open shower. Tricky underground parking spot, unless you are on a motorbike. Collapse
6 nights on the Cote D'Azur
Stay Date: 09/2016, David C wrote this review.
A difficult one for me to review as usually, I stay in a Holiday Inn on business trips but this time I was here for 6 nights with my wife simply because we could use our points and it was the nearest IHG hotel to Cannes. So from a business trip point… See more
A difficult one for me to review as usually, I stay in a Holiday Inn on business trips but this time I was here for 6 nights with my wife simply because we could use our points and it was the nearest IHG hotel to Cannes. So from a business trip point of view, it is perfect if you don’t mind being a mile or so from the centre of Cannes. The facilities and décor are very good and what you would expect from the Holiday Inn brand and the level of staff service is also what you would expect. None of this didn’t let us down during our stay. Plenty of secure parking, taxis are about €10-15 to and from town, a bus stops practically outside the hotel every 5 – 10 minutes and costs €1.50 each way to Gare de Cannes. Great meeting room facilities and a dedicated break out veranda for those delegates who cannot last more than 2 hours without sparking up a cigarette or three. We stayed in the first week in September and the pool was in excellent condition. We did not use the restaurant or breakfast facilities (more on that later) so we cannot comment on that area. Unless all your business colleagues are staying in the middle of town and you want to be with them, there is no reason why you should not choose to stay here on a business trip and expenses. From a holiday point of view it is slightly different especially if you are staying more than one night. Don’t get me wrong, the hotel facilities, grounds, staff, rooms are all to be commended. We were fortunate enough to have a room with a balcony overlooking the Mediterranean which was no more than a 100 yards (90 metres or 2 minutes’ walk) away via the security gate at the back of the pool area. The thing is in between the beach and the hotel runs the extremely busy Boulevard du Midi Louise Moreau which during daylight hours seems to crawl nose to tail with traffic – perhaps it gets better out of season. It is exacerbated by the fact that there is a set of traffic lights practically opposite the hotel. Great for stopping traffic so that you can cross the road to the beach but as the main method of transport in these parts seems to be the motor scooter or motor bike, all you seem to hear is these bikes either roaring up and down the traffic at not inconsiderable speeds or roaring away from the lights (it is a Frenchman’s right – always a man by the way – to ignore speed limits wherever possible and to show disdain and contempt when something as simple as a red traffic light stops him in his duty to defy common sense when riding these things). The traffic noise can be wearisome at times. In addition to the road runs the two track major rail line that brings in local and national trains along the coast into and out of Cannes at roughly a train every 5 to 10 minutes between 7am and 11pm. If you are a trainspotter, it is paradise but if you wanted peace, quiet and tranquillity then outside the back of the hotel is not a place for you. The main road at the front of the hotel is just as busy but without the railway line. Fortunately, the soundproofing in the room keeps out 95% of the noise and during the night it is much much quieter. The positive side to all of this if you don’t mind a bit of local noise is that the beach is just yards away and it is a relatively short walk into town along the beach front, something we did every night and were pleased that we did. It takes no less than 30 minutes to walk to the Marina and the added bonus is that you come across some really affordable restaurants on the sea front that are not in the centre of town and not charging centre of town prices. Or a 5-minute walk in the opposite direction to Cannes itself will bring you to the Cannes La Bocca railway station where it is a 3-minute train ride to the centre of town. Spoiler alert, check the timetable first. The choice is yours. As mentioned before, other forms of transport are available if you don’t fancy the mile or so walk. To our mind this is not really a hotel for families especially with children staying longer than a couple of nights unless you have deep pockets or can claim on business expenses. We chose not to avail ourselves of the €20 per person continental buffet breakfast (6 breakfasts each would have added €240 to our overall bill). The evening restaurant seems to charge on the basis that the majority of guests will be claiming expenses so there is no need to be too competitive as there is either nothing comparable nearby to go to or you would have to add the cost of taxis to be able to go into town to eat. Nothing wrong with that, it is what it is. A family of 4 can work out their own figures. Only two ‘tres petite’ suggestions to the hotel and first that is if the pool area is open at 8am, then the pool area should be ready at 8am and not be subject to a cleaning session of the entire area at 10am by hosing everything down leaving it all soaking just as guests are arriving to avail themselves of the facilities after a hearty breakfast! Second, as a traveller from the far flung reaches of the UK, can we have a couple more TV channels other than BBC World which is repetitive and irrelevant. A bit of BBC1 or ITV1 wouldn’t go amiss. I say all this of course with my tongue firmly in my cheek and it was not a real inconvenience. But the whole point of these reviews is to find something to moan about and this hotel doesn’t give you many opportunities to find fault. Summing up: - this is a very nice and pleasant hotel if you don’t mind being just out of the town centre and want to be at the affordable end and the not so crowded end of the beach facilities. For business users, it is ideal again if you don’t mind being out of town. The $60k question is would we stay again? The answer is yes. Collapse
Love this hotel
Stay Date: 08/2016, Elena M wrote this review.
Great hotel and what it make it very special is the staff. They are so friendly and very helpful.We didn't like that it is far from downtown however the service made up for it. Another thing which is ok in the hotel is the summing pool, it is freezin… See more
Great hotel and what it make it very special is the staff. They are so friendly and very helpful.We didn't like that it is far from downtown however the service made up for it. Another thing which is ok in the hotel is the summing pool, it is freezing cold, it would be so nice if it was heated little, we couldn't go in the water but instead we went to the beach most of the time as it was so near. The things we didn't like are: Too far from downtown and to get to Cannes, it cost us 20 euro and return 15 Euro. If we want to stay in the hotel, it is very quiet and all closed at 10 pm so boring.Even the bar close at 10 pm.We were obliged to go to Cannes every night No room service after 10 pm.Only the receptionist who stay in the hotel after 10 pm, no one else . Other that all was great, Food at the restaurant was very good and the chef is super nice. I will stay there however I will rent a car. Collapse
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