Hotel Beau Site Cannes

3 out of 5 stars3 Stars

141 blvd Kennedy, Antibes, French Riviera - Cote d'Azur, 06160, France
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Rated 15% higher but also costs 32% more than other 3 star hotels

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  • Solo100
  • Business66

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Driving from Cannes to Pisa

by mictm3

Hi everyone,can anyone give me an idea of how long it would take to drive from Cannes to the leaning tower of Pisa. We have a week in Cannes in late August and wondered if we could hire a car and do the trip. Could we drive there and back in a long day (we are from Australia where it is not uncommon to leave early in the morning and do a five hour drive spend an hour looking at something then drive the five hours straight back home)Obviously if it is a really long way to Pisa then we could stay overnight, if we had to do that does anyone know if there are any cheaper hotels in Pisa. I thank you for your advice.Regards, Michele

Re: Driving from Cannes to Pisa

by garyandmichelle

You can drive from Cannes to Pisa in about 4 hours if you time it right and leave after rush hour in France, about 9.30am. That is this time of year.....the end August is another matter entirely, ALL of France and Italy are on holiday along the coastline, not exagerating it would take you at least 6 hours. The drive is pretty hairy compared to a 6hr drive in Australia, you're going in and out of a million tunnels with crazy italian drivers right on your tail doing 180km, a lot of the way it's only 2 lanes.
Either fly direct Nice -Pisa, or for 1 week enjoy the Cote d'Azur, there's more than enough to see here.

Re: Driving from Cannes to Pisa

by mictm3

Thank you Michelle, I hadn't thought about it being holiday time, I'm starting to go off the idea, or else spend the night somewhere along the was maybe. P.S. I'm also a Michele and my husband is Gary!

Travel Tips for Cannes

Ile Saint Honorat

by aukahkay

Cannes is not all glitter and glamour. Less than half an hour?s boat trip away, across the bay from Cannes, the L?rins Islands are an oasis of tranquility and history. I visited one of the Lerins Islands, Ile Saint Honorat. The most interesting attraction on Ile Saint Honorat is the 5th century medieval monastery and today the Cistercian monks are the only inhabitants on the island. Much of the monastery is surprisingly modern, with the exception of the ruins of the 11th-century monastery on the sea?s edge. In the gardens of the monastery are native pine, eucalyptus and cypress trees. The monks organise tours of the island and try to sell their produce to tourists including homemade wine, honey and lavender oil. To get to the island, take a ferry from the pier near the Palais de Festival.

Palais des Festivals

by wilocrek

This is the section of town where the stars and sand combine to make the film festival the magical event that it is. The centerpiece of it all is the Grand Auditorium that is connected with a casino and located right by the harbor. On the other side of the Auditorium is a long stretch of beach and fancy hotels. On any given night if your looking for action and good times its most likely going to be in this area!

Victorian inscription to the Duke of Albany

by NiceLife

The Victorian English royalty loved the south of France, and while the queen herself stayed regularly in Nice at Cimiez, her sons would run wild here in and around Cannes.

In the courtyard of the clocktower and museum notice this marble inscription to one of Queen Victorias two sons.

One son went on to be King Edward VII, the other - Leopold, Duke of Albany, her eighth, was a haemophiliac and who died following a fall on the staircase of the nearby Villa Nevada.

Its worth noting that before the mid-eighteen hundreds it could take several weeks to travel to the South of France. No motor cars (not invented yet) no airplanes (many decades wait to check in) and the "Iron Horse" didn't arrive in the Riviera until the late 1860's. Even when transportation became available it was affordable only to aristocracy and captains of industry. Here is a piece of history carved from a different world.

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by nomad7890

Once in a while your company sends you to do a job, and when you're asked to go, you often have to, yes? Such dedication .... had to walk down the French Riviera with my laptop to the Palace du Festivale every day for a conference. What sacrifices have to be done for work!

Had to get there a couple of days early ... just to make sure all was well at the conference site. When I was all done I decided to go up the hill to the big clock tower that overlooks the town.

Of course in the afternoon had to walk all the way back to the hotel.


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Address: 141 blvd Kennedy, Antibes, French Riviera - Cote d'Azur, 06160, France