I usually travel to the South of France once or twice a year. Each time I go there, i take the time to admire one of the most splendid French hospitality jewels.
Pictures talks by themselves. Let’s savor them looking forward to staying there!
One of the world’s most iconic and luxurious hotels, the Hotel Du Cap-Eden-Roc in Cap d’Antibes in the south of France, re-opened last 15th April after a four-year restoration project. The €45million project is the first major refurbishment since the 1950s and has been designed to restore the Hotel Du Cap to its original, masterpiece quality. It has been sensitively and authentically restored to showcase the original features of the Hotel, which opened its doors to guests for the first time in 1870. Hotel Du Cap was originally built by the former owner of Le Figaro newspaper, Auguste de Villemessant.
Dramatically positioned on the southern-most tip of the Cap d’Antibes, Hotel Du Cap-Eden-Roc has been the ultimate place to stay on the Riviera for the luxury traveller, and is the choice for royalty, celebrities and VIPs when staying in the region.