Hotel Royal

4 out of 5 stars4 Stars

16 Boulevard Marechal Leclerc, Antibes, 06600, France
Royal Antibes Hotel, Residence, Beach & Spa
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93%

Satisfaction Excellent
Excellent
53%
80
Very Good
31%
47
Average
9%
14
Poor
4%
7
Terrible
1%
2

Value Score Great Value!

Costs 57% less and rated 10% higher than other 4 star hotels

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  • Families84
  • Couples84
  • Solo100
  • Business96

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Take in a cappucino on the waterTake in a cappucino on the water

Feeling godly in AntibesFeeling godly in Antibes

Louis-Dudley and Helen Beaumont, 1927Louis-Dudley and Helen Beaumont, 1927

Grimaldi ChateauGrimaldi Chateau

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Le Cameo (or another mid-range price hotel/appartment)

by frederikranke

Does anyone know the email adress to this hotel in Antibes. A collegue of mine and I are going to Antibes in June. Does anyone know another good place to stay in the city?

Regards

Frederik

RE: Le Cameo (or another mid-range price hotel/appartment)

by NiceLife

Place National? Wow you don't get a better location than that. At the centre of everything heart of old Antibes If you can get it, go for it. Reviews say "basic", but location cant be bettered

In my experience small French Hotels do business by Fax, not email, which is considered an unreliable communication system

Le Cameo Fax: 04-93-34-35-80

(I got "WinFax" to work from my PC)

Cheers
Andrew

Travel Tips for Antibes

Picasso Museum

by Tolik

The Château Grimaldi was built in the 12th century and it was a residence of Monaco's ruling family until the 18th century. In 1946 the castle’s curator offered use of the château’s vast chambers to Picasso as a studio. Pablo Picasso came to the French Riviera after his war years in Paris and stayed nearby in a small hotel at Golfe-Juan. Four months of intense work produced 80 ceramics, 44 drawings, 32 lithographs, 24 paintings, 11 oils on paper, 2 sculptures, and 5 tapestries inspired by the sea and by Greek mythology. As gratitude he donated all works completed during his stay. The first Picasso museum in the world was born. And these paintings are really worth a look. “La Joie de Vivre” (the Joy Of Life) is probably the most famous painting of the period. View from the castle’s window is breathtaking as well. There is also a gallery of other modern artists -- Léger, Miró, Ernst, and Calder, among others.

Our favorite Picasso painting here? “The Goat”.

On the terrace visitors enjoy the Picasso sculptures and fantastic seascape. The gift shop on the first floor offers many different catalogues of different painters.

Musée Picasso open Tues-Sun 10-noon and 2-6pm; closed on Mondays and public holidays. Admission €4.60 adults, €2.30 students and persons under 26.

Musee Picasso

by Lilasel

The Chateau Grimaldi was built in the 12th century and it was a residence of Monaco's ruling family. In 1946 Picasso used part of the castle as a studio. Five months of intense work produced 26 paintings and 43 drawings. The first Picasso museum in the world was born.
P.S. Closed on Mondays and public holidays

Old town city walls

by NiceLife

Stroll around the walls of the old town.

Antibes was strategic within the Roman Empire occupation, named Antipolis as the city opposite Nice - "anti - polis". The fortifications are purely decorative now since the most recent occupation has been mainly from retiring elderly Brits, and the walls provide very little defence against incursion by low-cost airlines

Old Antibes has a slightly "hippy" charm. Couples with equally bohemian outlook - he with pigtail but in grey, her with boho flouncy dresses and also "snow on the roof". Behind them a creative career, something unorthodox in the arts media or publishing. Ahead, growing old disgracefully, they grow old but not grow up. Good on 'em.

Nearby village of Vence

by Albernfrau

Not as quaint as St. Paul but nevertheless a very nice town to visit. Lots of neat nooks and crannies to the old part of town. Lots of places to eat and shop. The old town is walled in and is fabulous.

Plage de la gravette

by chbuchie

Time to relax

Like most of the Cote d'Azur places, Antibes does not have a large sandy beach,
however here is a tiny one ideally located between the Marina and the old city walls where you can check out the Picasso Museum

My favourite spot to let the MP3 player do its thing was at the end of the gulfbreaking rocks

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 Hotel Royal

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Address: 16 Boulevard Marechal Leclerc, Antibes, 06600, France