Where to Stay in the South of France: 4 Hotel Picks

Where to Stay in the South of France: 4 Hotel Picks

From the Popes Palace to the Promenade des Anglais, the Hotels Ocre & Azur offer 4 exceptional destinations: The Hôtel de l’Horloge in Avignon, the Hôtel l’Aréna in Fréjus, the Hôtel Le Canberra in Cannes, and the Hôtel Suisse in Nice. Authenticity, refinement and Mediterranean cuisine, make each hotel a perfect choice for an unforgettable stay.

The Hôtel de l’Horloge: in a fine stone building of the XIX century, the hotel proposes 66 enjoyable rooms highlighted with warm colours of the region. Certain have terraces offering a panoramic view over the Popes Palace and the surrounding countryside.

In the heart of this historical city, just a few steps away from the prestigious Popes Palace and International Conference Center, the Hôtel de l’Horloge opens its doors onto the Place de l’Horloge renowned for its restaurants,cafés, and shaded terraces.

Place de l’Horloge, 1, rue Félicien David, 84000 Avignon. Tel: +33 (0) 4 90 16 42 00. Email: [email protected]

The Hotel l’Aréna: Composed of three typical Provence buildings, the hotel offers 32 richly coloured bright rooms, mostly looking over the swimming pool and the exotic garden. The Hôtel l’Aréna situated in the heart of old Fréjus is the ideal starting point to discover the local activities.

Its gastronomic cuisine, served on the terrace or in the restaurant Le Jardin de l’Aréna, has a divine influence from the Mediterranean. You will appreciate the pleasure of the luxuriant garden surrounded by laurel and palm trees, among cascades of bougainvilleas.

139-145 rue du Général de Gaulle, 83600 Fréjus. Tel: +33 (0) 4 94 17 09 40. Email: [email protected]

The Hotel Le Canberra: In the heart of the city of cinema, the hotel takes its rightful place among the stars of Cannes. It is located between the street rue d’Antibes – famous for its luxury boutiques – the beaches of La Croisette and the Palais des Festivals.

With a décor inspired by the glamour of 1950s, the 30 rooms and 5 suites are spacious, calm and refined.

The lounge-bar welcomes you throughout the year and the restaurant Le Café Blanc, which is open in season, invites you to try its Mediterranean dishes. For moments of relaxation in the midst of Cannes’ bustling city life, you can choose from the garden and swimming pool, the terrace or the fitness room and sauna.

120, rue d’Antibes, 06400 Cannes. Tel: +33 (0) 4 97 06 95 00. Email: [email protected]

The Hôtel Suisse: With an Italian style façade, the hotel benefits from an exceptional situation on the sea front, with a splendid and unique view over the Mediterranean Sea and the Promenade des Anglais. The rooms and the suite are designed in a contemporary style with warm pastel shades and pure contours, the majority offer a spectacular panorama.

A short walk from the hotel, discover the treasures of the old town where you can stroll through the flower market and its maze of lanes. Linger on the famous Promenade des Anglais and appreciate Nice’s architectural heritage.

Promenade des Anglais – 15, quai Raubà Capéù, 06300 Nice. Tel: +33 (0) 4 92 17 39 00. Email: [email protected]

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