With glorious views of Nice on one side and Monaco on the other, Grand-Hôtel du Cap-Ferrat is just that – grand, and then some. It has reigned supreme high on the Saint-Jean-Cap-Ferrat Riviera outcrop for more than a century, with seven hectares of grounds that wend their way down to the sea, passing hidden terraces, cabanas and formidable pools along the way. Art deco style with a contemporary edge runs throughout: the white marbled lobby gleams in the Mediterranean sun; bedrooms are the epitome of the Four Seasons’ utterly sleek hallmark, with unrivalled service to match.
The hotel’s Provençal and Mediterranean restaurant, Le Cap, is overseen by a Michelin-starred chef who places a particular emphasis on seafood. And if it seems that Grand-Hôtel du Cap-Ferrat can reveal no more wonders, ask for a bicycle to explore the grounds – and find yourself proved delightfully wrong.
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