- Reviews: 170
Hotel Carlton: In Belle Epoque façade
The most luxurious hotel Carlton hotel that has not changed a bit over 80 years. His most famous part of the two domes, which are considered as a symbol of Cannes.
Staff speaks English, French and Italian.
Pets are allowed at the hotel but not in the restaurant.
- Reviews: 1
Cannes Accommodation: Cannes Apartment Rental
FOOD FOR THOUGHT... FAVORITE FOODS FROM CANNES AND PROVENCE THAT OUR GUESTS HAVE ENJOYED OUT AND DINING ON OUR TERRACE. OUR TERRACE HAS BEEN DESCRIBED BY MANY AS THE MOST PLEASANT DINING SPOT IN CANNES. WHEN YOU SEE ITS UNIQUE POSITION OVER THE ANCIENT COBBLESTONE PEDESTRIAN STREET, YOU WILL UNDERSTAND WHY THIS CANNES APARTMENT OUGHT TO BE YOUR FIRST CHOICE.
- Reviews: 44
Etape Hotel Walls Salzburg: Etape Hotel
Hotel is of usual Etape standard, but is situated in Salzburg's red light district above a massage parlour. OK we had no trouble and the car was safe in the car park. Families were present, but it came as a bit of a shock to our system. However, hotel is only about 5 minutes drive from Salzburg city centre.
- Reviews: 80
Camping Le Saint-Louis: The least expensive place to stay close to Cannes
I have found this campsite on the internet via Homair Vacancies, where the pictures and prices looked great! The total price in 2006 spring for 5 people, 5 nights was 190 euros! So for one person it was a bit more than 7 euros a night. Although the pictures and description on the website look fantastic, when we came there we were a bit dissapointed because we did not find so much beauty as in their pics :) But still it was very good - clean and comfotable caravan, quite close to Cannes and the surrounding villages, swimming pool. We also saw some kind of shop but it was closed, they probably open it only in the high season, summer. So it was ok, especially good was the price - if you look for something not so expensive.
- Reviews: 551
Easycruise.com: The latest way to stay in Cannes
You have to admire the audacity of the idea. A cruise-liner dedicated to clubbing on the Med. Accomodation on board at £50 a night, minimum stay two nights, and complete unlimited open acess to nightlife and clubbing at a separate location each night.
The party circuit goes Nice (Friday), Cannes (Saturday), St Tropez (Sunday), Monaco (Monday), Genoa (Tuesday) Portofino (Wednesday), mperia/ San Remo (Thursday), Boats shuttle partygoers ashore and back throughout the night, moves off 3-4 in the morning
Parked here in Cannes, the sight of the cruiseboat was drawing hisses of disapproval from British residents, muttering words like "riff-raff", "wrong sort of people". Well it remains to be seen. The Peter Pan party generation?
Average age of traveller is apparently claimed to be 35. Old enough to afford the party life - last thrashing before the patter of little feet, and sick down their back?
- Reviews: 3267
Take a pick ...: Despite the competition, huge prices
Along the "Boulevard de la Croisette" there are numerous hotels that all offer good stays against very high prices. Further into town the prices drop graduately. Also, check whether there are festivals in town before going ... Cannes' filmfestival is for sure not the only crowdedly attended festival.
- Reviews: 320
Golfe Juan - apartments: if you come by car...
Golfe Juan is a small place about 30 km away from Cannes, near Antibes. There are many apartment-hotels and I think this is the best way to stay at the Côte d'Azur - if you come here by car. You can travel around the coast and visit another city each day or even spend your days on the beach or pool. You can even save the money for the expensive restaurants, because there is a kitchen included in each apartment and you can buy your food at a supermarket and prepare it yourself.
The apartments where we stayed had one double bedroom, a living room, a kitchen, bathroom and toilet. The couch in the living room can be a bed for 2 people, too, so that 4 people can stay here.
To the hotel belong 2 restaurants, a swimming-pool, a tennis court, a seperate private beach (about 5 min. walk) and other things like billiard or table tennis.
- Reviews: 219
Apartment: 3 Rooms A Kitchen and A Hall
3 room, 3 bathrooms, 1 Toilet, A Kitchen and A Hall and comes with TV, VCD and a really good sound system powered by Bose speakers. Just about 10mins walk to the Palais at a slow pace. A sundry shop selling reasonable fruits and food on the opposite.
No pools but really admire the lift, really old type of lift that I have not seen for ages with grills and a wooden door, was stuck in there, the lift got jam in between floor... :)
- Reviews: 1378
Rooms are bigger than average
Rooms were huge and the bed was huge and there was also a fridge which we stocked up with lagers.Patio furniture on balcony too.
- Reviews: 1378
Hotel Grande Bretagne
This hotel is located far from the traffic but only a few minutws away from Cannes prestigious "Croisette".The peaceful charm of this area will lead you to many touristic sights.The hotel has 34 rooms with air con and most have balconies or private terreces.There is also private off road parking and free satelite tv.
The hotel is great value for money and in a quiet area.It is located in La Cannet at the end of Boulevard Sadi Carnot on a giant round about.Dont worry about the round about,,its so huge,,you dont get traffic noise and the hotel has huge trpoical gardens.
- Reviews: 1378
Hotel Grande Bretagne: Trendy good priced hotel
Trendy clean hotel 15 mins from beach.Great garden and good views.Plenty of shops and bars in walking distance.This hotel was alot cheaper than the hotels along the seafront.
£60 a night for double room with balcony and equipped well.
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