With glorious views of Nice on one side and Monaco on the other, Grand-Hôtel du Cap-Ferrat, A Four Seasons Hotel 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 an enviable guest list, the palatial spread of these seven hectares of grounds that wend their way down to the Mediterranean sea, passing hidden terraces, cabanas nestled in fragrant flowers 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. Choose from a room with a terrace to enjoy the parkland at this landmark hotel.
The hotel’s Provençal and Mediterranean restaurant, Le Cap, is overseen by a Michelin-starred chef who places a particular emphasis on seafood. Dine in the wine cellar, take a pic-nic on a day trip or just sit and relax. 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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