Cannes' moment of glory takes place in May, with the International Film Festival, when images of the stars descending the red-carpeted steps of the Palais des Festivals
are flashed across TV screens worldwide. For many, this city on France's Côte d'Azur is synonymous with the glamour of this event.
However, there is more to Cannes than this film festival: the long, curvaceous, sandy beaches
of La Croisette, the luxury cruise boats
of the Old Port, the palatial hotels, the designer shops
lining the famous promenade and the gastronomic delights of the Côte d'Azur.Cafés, bars and restaurants
are available to meet almost all price-points and most tastes, however the vast majority of eateries serve food local to the area - that is to say Provençal cuisine with influences from Italy.
Situated in the ever-popular city of Cannes, this boutique hotel lies in an ideal location for leisurely holiday makers to the region. The hotel is merely 5 minutes' walk from the Palais des Festivals
, and close to the Port, the Croisette, the beaches and the shops in the rue d'Antibes.