The decor of this hotel has been influenced by the five continents. It is luxurious yet simple. Everything has been designed specifically and exclusively by the best craftsmen using natural materials.
This 5-star boutique hotel features 45 rooms, half of which are suites, a rooftop with infinity pool and bar lounge, the Spa Cinq Mondes & Carita, meetings rooms, plus a yacht which is available for cruises and private evening events.
There are no small rooms at the Five Seas Hotel. The Deluxe rooms provide guests with a minimum of 30sqm of space and the Executive rooms up to 45sqm (Accessible for people with disabilities or reduced mobility).
The beds with their immense, immaculate canopies with a tawny border provide an exceptional comfort. The large bathrooms open onto the bedrooms or preserve their intimacy with the ingenious use of lacquered, beige blinds and shutters. The bedrooms also have large “saddler’s stitch” suitcase-style dressing rooms, opening with wonderful red leather handles, a complimentary mini bar with a Nespresso machine at disposal, Cinq Mondes welcome products, LPG flat screen televisions, unlimited Wifi & VOD access, an iPod docking station.
The most elegant of Cannes’ sun-decks can be found on the top floor of this hotel with a breathtaking view over the rooftops. The infinity pool, walls of water for freshness and deck chairs are all available for your relaxation. Make the most of the exceptional view and have lunch (snacking menu) on the terrace of the restaurant (from 12:00 to 19:00 - high season only).
Just a few metres from the hotel guests can enjoy the elegant Plage du Festival Beach Club. The hotel can reserve sunbeds, towels and parasols for guests on request (from April to October).
Discover the brand new Sea Sens Bar, in a unique place with an even more friendly atmosphere. The barmen propose a selection of cocktails, to share with friends at the bar or outside, on the covered terrace.
On the 5th floor, the Sea Sens Restaurant offers a unique rooftop terrace with two different spaces for lunch & dinner, the "Bar-Brasserie" and the Gourmet Restaurant. this restaurant has one Michelin star. The chic restaurant on the 5th floor has one of the most beautiful views of Cannes, on the Suquet and on the "Vieux Port". Open from Tuesday to Saturday for dinner from 19:30 to 23:00.
Intuitions by J., the Salon de Gourmandises (a tea room specialising in French confectionary) has been created by the World Pastry Champion, Jérôme De Oliveira, who is also responsible for the desserts in the restaurant.
A free shuttle is available to take guests to the Plage du Festival beach club from the hotel and bring them back on request.
- "The staff was very friendly and the room was absolutely beautiful! It had everything we needed and the minibar was complementary which is a plus." - Trip Advisor
- "Our suite was a really good size and no expense has been spared. There is an immense bathtub, two large TV's, good quality sheets and a minibar full of goodies which are all free."- Trip Advisor
- "The room was beautiful and had designer furniture. The comfort is exquisite and the bed is great. " - Trip Advisor
Glamorous, glitzy Cannes is famous for its film festival and designer boutiques, grand hotels and palm- lined boulevards. Cannes is very easy to get to as it sits on the major trainline that runs all along the Riviera, linking it with Nice, Monaco, Marseilles and also with the TGV to Paris. (Note that there is no train station at Nice airport so you'll have to either walk or take a bus to the train station at St Laurent du Var.) An express bus (210) runs from Nice airport to Cannes, and there is a good local bus network from smaller towns.
Unsurprisingly given its glitzy reputation, Cannes has some seriously good dining on offer-for all budgets. We've got a detailed restaurant guide for you to check out here, but if you just want to wander until something strikes your fancy, Cannes is the town to do it - the narrow street running up the hill to the old town has some atmospheric restaurants, La Croisette boasts some brilliant terrace restaurants for people-watching, and Quai St. Pierre by the port is the place to head for a selection of seafood restaurants.
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When it comes to sights worth seeing, Cannes is probably better known for its belle epoque hotels and festival halls than its historical monuments. Yet if you head away from the red carpet and casinos to the old town of Le Suquet, you'll find a touch of its medieval history in its 12th century church, Notre-Dame-de-l'Espérence and Tour de Mt. Chevalier. There are some nice views to be had over the coast from the ramparts up here too.
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Of all the activities on offer in Cannes, one of the best (and definitely the cheapest) is to spend an hour or two strolling along the famed Croisette boulevard under the palms- past the grand white hotels and Palais de Festival building, past the beautiful sailing yachts clustered in the old port, and around the corner to the beach boardwalk. There are two daily markets to explore and a flea market each Saturday (also Sundays on the first weekend of the month.) For those craving nature and beauty, hop on one of the ferries over to the 'Cannes Islands'- Ille de Saint Honorat and Ille Saint Margherite. You can also catch a ferry to glamorous St Tropez from Cannes.
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Cannes has several beaches to choose from, from non-smoking public beaches to glamorous private beach clubs with deckchairs, DJ's and flowing champagne. There are watersports galore, as well as beach volleyball courts that are busy long into the summer evenings. See our beach pages for details.
The closest golf course to Cannes is the Old Course at Mandelieu-la-Napoule, which is the oldest course on the Riviera. If you want to tread the greens with the celebrities, head inland to the world-class Cannes-Mougins Golf Club in the rolling hills (but remember your wallet-green fees will set you back 120-200 euro.) One thing the Riviera certainly isn't short of is golf clubs; see our Golfing Pages for other options.
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As you’d expect, there’s no shortage of things to do at night in this town, whether you’re in the mood for a louche piano bar, exclusive nightclub or relaxed Irish pub. Dress up for the occasion at one of the three famous casinos, catch a concert or head to one of the superclubs to dance the night away under the palms. See our nightlife guide for the best of the vibrant Cannes nightlife.
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Star Rating: 5 Star
Property Style: Central Hotel | Hotel
Special Breaks: Golf Breaks | Spa Breaks
Vibe / Atmosphere: Modern
Bookings For: Massage / Beauty Treatments | Concierge | Transfers
Catering: Breakfast | Dinner | Lunch
Transport: Airport transportation | Chauffeur / Driver | Luxury / VIP Service
Cleaning: Laundry Service
Access: Disabled access
Car-parking: Valet Parking
Entertainment: Free WiFi | WiFi / Internet access
Outdoor: Beach - Nearby | Terrace
Spa & Fitness: Beauty Treatments | Gym / Fitness Area | Massage / Relaxation | Swimming Pool - Outdoor
View: City view
Open Seasons: Spring | Summer | Autumn
Address: 1 Rue Notre Dame | Cannes | 06400