Riviera Eden Palace

3-9, boulevard de Lorraine ou 141, rue d'Antibes, Cannes, 6400, France
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Nice places to stay in Cannes

by Sofia0412

Hi to everyone!

I'm used to post on Paris Forum because I know very well Paris...But I would like to ask you for your help because I would like to spent some holidays in Nice and maybe in Cannes too....But I really don't know neither of these cities...I read a lot of things about these 2 cities but can't decide. So can you help me by giving me your preferences of areas or quarters in Nice and in Cannes?
Where do you stay in Cannes and Nice when you go there and why?
Many Many thanks in advance for your help!!!

RE: Nice places to stay in Cannes

by TRimer

We stayed in Nice as opposed to Cannes because it was more centrally located to the other cities/towns that we wanted to see, was closer to the airport and was more of a coastal city than a resort location. I loved going to the market every morning in Nice. We stayed at a wonderful boutique hotel - Hotel Grimaldi (not to be confused with the Melia Grimaldi). We did not spend a lot of time in Cannes, but found there to be a large selection of restaurants to choose from in Nice.

Travel Tips for Cannes

Beach Dining

by MM212 about L'Ondine

Considered the best beach restaurant in Cannes, l'Ondine attracts quite a crowd lunchtime, so a reservation is a must. Great local food is served on the beach and little mist sprays are installed to cool you down on exceptionally hot days. Specialties include a variety of delicious salads (niçoise, lobster, etc.), as well as main dishes of sole meunière and escalope milanaise. L'Ondine is definitely a must in Cannes. The restaurant is part of Plage l'Ondine in the centre of la Croisette (near the Miramar). You may consider renting mattresses and spending the day at the beach as well.


by breughel

Yes there are public free beaches in Cannes even at the Croisette and they are as clean as the private beaches. As what concerns the crowd it all depends from the season and also of the time of the day.
The ones I saw were nice and not so crowded at the end of September even on a sunny Sunday afternoon. At the Croisette there is one near the Palais des Festivals if I remember well and a nicer one at the east end on the side of a public garden (photo 1 & 2). From this beach you have a view on all the Croisette, the bay of Cannes with the Lérins islands.

There are more free beaches west of the Vieux-Port at the Plage du Midi. There are a few private beaches with restaurants at the boulevard Jean Hibert but walking further west wards it's all free. Behind the sandy beach are the road and the railway once you have left the residential area with apartments around the square Mistral. (photos 3 & 4). The views on the Massif of the l'Estérel are very nice.

On the east side of Cannes there is also a free beach behind the Palm Beach casino. The view at this "Pointe de la Croisette" is very wide as you can see not only the whole Bay of Cannes but also the Golfe-Juan.

If it is your first stay on the Côte d'Azur you will see that "monokini" (topless) is still practised; after all it's here that it was invented in the sixties. It seemed to me that this mode is now declining. Is it a matter of dermatological risks or imported prudishness?

Lord Brougham , of Victorian London and Cannes

by NiceLife

Another Scottish trained lawyer turned politician, of which England even to this day seems to have an inexhaustible supply, Henry Peter 1st Baron Brougham and Vaux, was one of the most prominent of the early British discoverers of the Riviera. Commemorated here in the usual fashion, in a statue.

The Cannes he discovered in the 1830's was a little fishing village of no more than 300 inhabitants. A villa on the Frejus road followed, as did more and more of the good and great of Victorian high society, and by the 1850's Cannes had "arrived"

The British tradition continues to this day. Witness at certain times of year the arrival at Nice airport of the "half-termites" - mother and children off school at half term, heading out to stay with the grandparents at their villa somewhere near Cannes, Antibes or Vence.


by barryg23

While Nice was touristy and reasonably cheap, Cannes was glitzy and expensive. We spent two days here but didn't see too much of the town - most of our time was spent on the beach.

The Riveira was once called 'the playground of the rich and famous' and Cannes would be the town which most resembles this. There are many expensive hotels & restaurants here, and while it's a great place to visit I don't think I'd like to live here.


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