Fully renovated, Hotel Croisette Beach Cannes is an unspoilt and intimate place located just a few steps from the mythical beaches of the Croisette and the Palais des Festivals. In the heart of the French Riviera, the hotel enjoys a unique location just a few steps from the Mediterranean.
13 Rue Du Canada Cannes 06400 France
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A nice hotel, big, modern and beautiful rooms, staff is unfortunately not service oriented. Welcome was ok, but with language problems (English) No information about breakfast was given, neither any information about the beach club of the hotel. In the room was no folder with informations In general the staff was not very friendly and always seemed confused. Breakfast was simple but ok, eggs are not real eggs Waiting time for boiled eggs was on both days minimum 20min - even though this is offered as regular add on for breakfast. We speculated that they just don’t have any. We were not informed that you should reserve the day-beds in the beach club (first day was full). After asking at the reception where the beach club is, we got the wrong information. Beach club is very nice (good food and drinks). Room is very clean. The fridge is not a fridge as it’s not cooling. Wi-Fi is good Pool looks way more attractive on the pictures. All over does not correspond to a 4 star hotel
This hotel is fine, but nothing special. Everything was clean, room was a decent size, location is great. Things to note though - Building work at the Carlton next door is disruptive and noisy if you have a room that looks out that way. Private beach is not included in the rate and is not as pictured (sun lounges are packed in rows). Pool has 2 sets of sun loungers only and is a plunge pool more than a swimming pool. Breakfast is below par - shipped in pastries and under cooked eggs. Service was pretty average overall. Struggled to find our booking at check-in. Private beach beds reserved with reception not communicated to beach staff (with no apology when this was raised).
Was in Cannes just before the peak tourist season. Rooms are small but colourfully designed, and the use of stripes injects a bright and cheery atmosphere. Reception is welcoming and fits the design hotel identity. Stone’s throw away from the Croissette, though the construction outside the hotel creates some inconvenience when trying to go to the beach. Overall very good value for money, particularly when you compare to other nearby joints.