Royal Antibes in Antibes, France
Boasting an enviable locale along the internationally-acclaimed French Riviera, Royal Antibes – part of the Lifestyle collection of Preferred Hotels & Resorts – promises to pamper, please, and provide an unforgettable holiday experience. With just 63 rooms, suites, and apartments, each guest is welcome to choose their level of luxury without sacrificing space or character. Modern architecture permeates each lodging, with crisp, clean lines, and a subtle color palette in nuances of beige. Contemporary furniture complements the expansive spaces while bold bursts of color come courtesy of local art lining the walls. Each room comes complete with preferred amenities such as flat screen televisions, and complementary wireless Internet. The ultramodern lobby and common areas provide comfortable gathering spots for guests to map out the day's activities, or simply sit and be captivated by the surroundings: the stunning architecture and awe-inspiring design and artwork are a site to behold.
The oversize white beach umbrellas dotting the hotel's private beach are the perfect reprieve from the Mediterranean sun, while plush sunbeds are ideal for lying back with a refreshing cocktail. Located at street level, the New York bistro-style atmosphere of Caf&é Royal delights Royal Antibes' guests and locals alike. With a fresh selection of desserts, cocktails, and acclaimed pasta dishes, Café Royal will satisfy every foodie. Experience pure pleasure at Royal Spa, a 150-square-meter sanctuary dedicated to rejuvenation and repose on the hotel's ground floor. If the walk to the adjacent Picasso Museum is not enough exercise, the hotel's state-of-the-art fitness center is ideal for working up a sweat. Situated behind its own private beach, Royal Antibes offers a chance to truly escape, truly unwind, and truly vacation in style.
Location of Royal Antibes
Nearest Airport: NCE
Amenities for Royal Antibes
- Outdoor Dining
- 2 Restaurants
- Room Service
- On-Site Amenities
- Spa on Property
- Fitness Room
- 24-Hour Front Desk
- Indoor Jacuzzi
- In-Room Amenities
- Flat-Screen Televisions
- Complimentary WiFi
- Meeting Rooms
Reviews for Royal Antibes
I requested a twin bedded, quiet room with bathtub, on a low floor. For medical reasons, these requirements can make or break a holiday for me. The hotel was not aware of that in my request to them. The hotel satisfied every one of my requests. The staff were always smiling, and helpful with directions to various locations. I wanted to stay in the Old Town. My friend wanted to stay here. I'm very glad we did. The room was spacious, spotlessly clean and very comfortable, with excellent air conditioning. I can definitely recommend this hotel in terms of the above.
SallyB52 - London
I have recently visited hotel for a conference. Had a chance to see the room and eat in the terrace restaurant. Overall experience was average. Service great,and SPA fantastic. Food regular nothing slecial, seasoned well , prices enormous-btl of water 6euro-joke. Even Monaco is cheaper. Rooms are tidy but not clean. Loads of dust everywhere , floors dirty, bulbs missing or some lights don't work. Lay out of rooms makes no sense. If you need to overpay for sth , better find hotel in near by villages for same price with much higher standards. Maybe I am to picky as I run hotels before and now work on yachts. But that attention to detail is crucial for the prices given in Royal Hotel.
malgorzata08 - Manchester, United Kingdom
Stayed in an apartment for one night. The hotel is very classy but a bit cold. The beach area with the restaurant is really great though. Food is real good and the location is one of the very best in Antibes. Cannot understand however why you have to pay 35 euros a person to use the beach which is just next to the public beach.- not least considering that they do not have a pool and that the hotel is already quite expensive. Would suggest to stay somewhere else. Use the bar area by the beach and the public beach instead of paying lots of money for nothing ....
thomas c - Malmo, Sweden
We had a room with a balcony that faced another building, rather than the sea, and perhaps for that reason we didn't really use it - there was no view, but there was a table and four chairs, and it was handy to dry our swimming costumes out there. We had a little kitchenette and lounge with a separate bedroom. Everything was spotlessly clean and the bed was comfortable. My only complaint is that the toilet was very high! I am tall with long legs, and I found it strange to be perched up so high, so I don't know how short people would manage! Maybe reception would provide a step... All the staff were very friendly and helpful, and the chambermaids in particular were charming. It was a nice touch that they brought a little box of sweets every afternoon, and checked that the rooms were perfect. We had breakfast one day for 15 euros, but didn't bother again. The self-service breakfast area was small and a bit crowded if anyone else wanted to use it at the same time, and it was only a continental breakfast with not the best croissants, although the seedy bread was excellent. Instead, we had fabulous, ultra-fresh croissants and coffee at a bakery close to the hotel. One evening we had a couple of cocktails in the hotel bar, and they were delicious, though very expensive at 12 euros each (perhaps due to the pound:euro exchange rate - everything cost so much in France!). Similarly, the cost of renting a sunbed for the day on the private beach was either 25 or 35 euros per day, depending upon the location. It looked pretty nice there, but given that I earn about 12 euros per hour, I couldn't justify paying a day's wages just for the two of us to lay on an airbeds for the day! Instead, we made the short walk to another larger, clean, sandy beach and sunbathed and swam there. If it had been cheaper, or if we'd been richer, we would have used the hotel's beach. Overall, I'd love to return, but I would not pay extra for a balcony unless it had a sea view.
for over 200â‚¬ a night I've got a uninspiring "view to a wall". The hotel is indeed build behind a residence by the same name (the residence having the sea view). In the advertisement you can see the residence, and not the hotel.
pieropollesello - Helsinki, Finland