Home to Belgian Nobel laureate Maurice Maeterlinck during the period between the two World Wars, this Roman style villa turned hotel is set in a 3.5 hectares garden with sea coast views. The hotel affords a tranquil atmosphere not found in centrally located hotels. Lush green terraces, a large outdoor pool surrounded by banana and olive trees and tall cypresses add to the magic and charm of the hotel. A panoramic funicular takes guests down to the private beach. Neo-classical Florentine style is evident in the guest rooms each of which is done up in a different monochromatic colour scheme. Almost all the rooms have terraces facing the Cap d'Antibes and Cap-Ferrat and deluxe bathrooms containing tubs and showers. Facilities available at the hotel include restaurant, bar, outdoor pool, fitness centre. limited room service, babysitting, laundry service and dry cleaning and non-smoking rooms. There is one limited mobility room as well.
30 bd. Maeterlinck
Tel: 30 bd. Maeterlinck