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Reviewed 2 July 2017 via mobile

I can only say having only stayed 2 out of the 5 nights booked here due to an awful experience which necessitated police involvement we had no option but to leave asap..
No staff after 11pm which leaves a front door unlocked all night with no security staff which was relevant to the events leading to our swift departure.. the owner charged us for the FULL 5 nights anyway! Even though they were fully aware the unsafe nature of their hotel due to unlocked front entrance following a serious stalking incident right to the hotel door was the reason we HAD to get out to get safe!
The pictures of this hotel baffle me as they do not reflect what you see when you stay there.. expensive and way below what we expected.. many better safer choices avoid here..

Stayed: May 2017, travelled with family
3  Thank T k
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Reviewed 26 June 2017 via mobile

We stayed 4 days in the hotel, using Antibes as a base to explore the Côte d'Azur.
It was a great location in Antibes, on the edge of the old town but with car access to offload luggage. A choice of parking areas nearby, and a special deal arranged by the owners for the parking station across the road.
The hotel was very clean with nicely decorated rooms. We stayed in the top floor room with balcony with great views over Antibes. The room was a good size with good storage areas. The bed was comfortable. The shower good and the bathroom also had shelves to store toiletries, something I have noticed is uncommon in many hotels.
The room had good, quiet air conditioning, shutters and curtains making it easy to sleep and cool. (Antibes was very warm when we were there, 30+ degrees.)Also the area was quiet, despite its central location.
The breakfast was excellent value at 9 euros - cereals, fruit, yoghurt, bread, good jam, pastries, cheese, ham, eggs, juice & great coffee.
An elevator for the luggage!
The proprietors were very nice, helpful but not intrusive.
The other lovely thing about the hotel was that it had a bar and served drinks or coffee. It was very pleasant to sit outdoors on the pavement on the lovely comfortable chairs with a drink at the end of the day & overlook the park.

Stayed: June 2017, travelled as a couple
Thank Deborah J
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Reviewed 25 February 2017

This is a great place to anchor a stay of several days along the southern coast of France. The location is central to Antibes; easy walk to Picasso Museum, along the Cape, to the Harbor or through the shopping and dining areas of town. It is also an easy walk, 600 meters, to the train station. Be aware, a taxi ride SHOULDN'T cost 10 Euro.

Service is warm and friendly though housekeeping is spotty. You are not paying for turndown service or tiny shampoos and expect to use the same towels and bar of soap for a few days. As a result, the price is extremely reasonable. The D rooms are really small, even for one person. Front and back rooms are quiet but during school session, the back overlooks a school playground. Street traffic is light, almost nonexistent.

  • Stayed: February 2017, travelled solo
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3  Thank Tim R
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Reviewed 8 February 2017

This is a traditional 2 star French hotel, perfectly located near to the Old Town. Our room (4th floor with balcony) was small but with a comfortable double bed and excellent shower/WC. Breakfast was good and was good value at EUR11. Staff attitudes varied from off-hand (reception when we arrived at 21.00) to excellent (breakfast arrangements).

Room Tip: We enjoyed having a balcony on the 4th floor with excellent views of the town and harbour
  • Stayed: February 2017, travelled as a couple
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1  Thank Open-direct
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Reviewed 28 December 2016

Because I'm originally from this town, I've always seen this this hotel but had never had the opportunity to stay there. I noticed that it was extremely well located and looked both classical and cosy. Now it is done, and it was worth the experience. The room we got was nice and well decorated. The Italian shower was tasteful and the bed was just marvellous. Free wifi included.

The common parts of the hotel are also very friendly. I liked the fireplace in the main dining room, especially when the staffers come to you with a nice “vin chaud”. We sat there quite often just to feel ourselves almost home. Staffers are great and the owner has always a good history to tell about his previous career as French top tennis player. Breakfast was also nice and tasteful.

To sum up: a great place to stay when you want to enjoy one of the most fabulous cities on the French Riviera; Antibes. Again.. I don’t say that because it’s my city, but only because it’s true.. ;-)

Room Tip: Ask for upper floors. Each floor goes to a country. The third one is France with rooms named after cities.
  • Stayed: December 2016, travelled with friends
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1  Thank franckor2015
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