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It’s hard not to feel like you’ve arrived when you pull up to the legendary Hotel du Cap-Eden-Roc on the glistening Cap d’Antibes with its incredible 9-hectare park and glamorous history.

Known for it’s glitzy and glamorous guests and incredible 9-hectare park on the glistening coastline of the Mediterranean sea, this legendary Côte d’Azur hotel features the iconic seawater swimming pool dug into the rocks, with secluded seaside cabanas and clay tennis courts set in the shade of the elegant Aleppo pines.

F. Scott Fitzgerald immortalized it as the Hôtel des Etrangers in Tender Is the Night. Marc Chagall made sketches in one of the shady beachside cabanas after their construction in the 1960s. The Kennedy family summered here in 1938 when John F. Kennedy was 21 years old.  Guests included Marlene Dietrich, Orson Welles, the Duke and Duchess of Windsor, Winston Churchill and Charles De Gaulle. Elizabeth Taylor and Richard Burton conducted an affair and honeymooned there. The hotel has traditionally been a particular favourite of film stars, especially during the annual Cannes Film Festival.

Recently renovated rooms and suites, including the coveted Suite Eden-Roc, redesigned in a soothing palette with elegant interiors with breathtaking views of the Cap d’Antibes. Private villa rentals include lush gardens and private pool with views of the sea.

Impeccable and courtesy waitstaff, double as models and sport their striped Breton shirts creating a beautifully polished yet laid back classic Riviera vibe with three gastronomic dining options.

Dior Spa Eden Roc offers customized body and facial treatments, hair salon along with personalized yoga.


The hotel is situated in the tip of Cap d’Antibes in an incredible 9-hectare park on the Mediterranean sea.



  • Rooms, Suites & Private Villas with pools, gardens
  • Seaside views
  • Infinity pool
  • Spa, Wellness Center, Fitness
  • 3 Restaurants, Beach Bar, Cabana 
  • Events/Weddings
  • Concierge
  • Water Activities sur mesure, sailing, watertoy rentals
  • Wifi
  • Breakfast

 Our Personal Opinion:

“The Hôtel du Cap-Eden-Roc, made famous by Gerald and Sara Murphy, retains some of the flavor of the melancholy and defiantly materialistic 1920s. It not only remains the most famous hotel in the region, if not all of France, but lives up to that billing.

The hotel restaurant, Louroc, a Michelin one-star, served a poulet poché for two with verbena that this greedy home chef has been trying to reproduce ever since. And the grave and helpful sommelier took our request for a half bottle of red burgundy (by that point in the journey we could manage no more) as seriously as if we were ordering a tasting of Domaine de la Romanée Conti.” 


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