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| Gray d’Albion****- Cannes
The Gray d’Albion stands in the very centre of shimmering Cannes, beside the 'Boulevard de la Croisette' and close to the old port.
The hotel, which has just had all of its bedrooms and public areas refurbished, contains all you could wish for during a stay in Cannes - right down to its own night-club, private beach and even a row of shops within the building!
Right outside the hotel the whole of Cannes is at your feet. A town that glistens in the South of France sunshine with its dazzling array of cafés, restaurants, shops, bars and casinos strung out along the world famous golden crescent of French Riviera sand.
Our prices will normally be based on the “Tradition” rooms; please ask if you would prefer a “Privilege” room or a Suite that are available at a supplement.
||Domaine de St. Endreol****
The perfect setting for a golf holiday in the quiet of the Côte d’Azur foothills. Just 30mins. from the Mediterranean shores; the Domaine de St. Endréol sits serenely amidst the pines and pink hills.
Beautifully designed and well constructed stone-fronted suites with their traditional tiled roofs ooze Provençe. These spacious apartments are fully equipped with kitchens, dining areas, and sunny patios that open onto the course.
The Clubhouse restaurant at St. Endréol has a sunny terrace overlooking the course and is ideal for a long lingering lunch or dinner and an analysis of the day’s round.
|the Spa at St.
The peaceful and relaxing air setting of St. Endréol
is now complete with the addition of the luxurious indoor pool and
Spa. The facilities include, an indoor pool with jacuzzi and water
jets, sauna, hammam and quiet relaxation areas. Entry is to hotel
|Chateau de la BegudE***
Set back from the coast in the quiet surroundings of the Opio-Valbonne golf course, the Château de la Bégude is a great little golf retreat.
The old Château has only 30 rooms, which are varied in shape, size and outlook and spread throughout its old stone buildings.
The Clubhouse and first Tee are right beside the chateau and the Clubhouse restaurant is open in the evenings for dinner. For dining out there are many more excellent restaurants just two-minutes away in the charming Provençal market town of Valbonne and more scattered around the Riviera hillsides and down on the coast.
The perfect spot for enjoying the old villages and quieter side of the South of France, yet just half-an-hour into the centre of Cannes.
|Amarante Golf Plaza****
Clinging to the hillside above the Blue Green course of Ste. Maxime it is worth staying at the Golf Plaza for the panoramic views alone.
From the marbled reception, bar or restaurant you look
out across the course to the bay of St. Tropez beyond. This corner
of the French Riviera is built around small ports and fishing towns
each with its own individual flavour. Inland, the ancient hill-top
towns make a pleasant afternoon’s stroll.
Only an hour from the airport at Nice, the Golf Plaza provides a truly luxurious holiday.
||1835 White Palm HoteL****
Fronted by the hustle and bustle of the old port of Cannes and backed by the old town (le Suquet), this refined hotel (previously Le Méditerranée) offers a supreme vantage point over the comings and goings in Cannes.
Atop the hotel, beside the pool and sun deck, the rooftop gastronomic restaurant has arguably the finest view on the Riviera. There is also the provençal brasserie “Chez Panisse” with its sunny patio for more informal dining.
In the evenings, along the quayside the open-fronted restaurants along the seafront are abuzz with diners enjoying the warm evening air. Should you wish to stay out later, the bright lights of the casino and assorted nightclubs are no distance at all…
Just at the back of Cannes on the boulevard Carnot that leads out towards the motorway, Le Cavendish is Cannes first “boutique” hotel that offers a fascinating glimpse of bygone times on the Côte d’Azur – even going so far as an open bar in the drawing room.
Built in 1897, Le Cavendish re-opened its doors in 2001, totally refurbished behind its listed façade, and returned to the style to which it had once been accustomed. Albeit with a few mod-cons too such as air-conditioning, satellite TV, mini-bars, valet parking, etcetera.
4 nights at Gray d'Albion with 3 rounds of golf - £404.00 per person.