December 9, 2017 for 3 nights for 2 adults.
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Hotel Barriere Le Gray d'Albion in Cannes, France
Ideally located in between the sea and the prestigious stores of Cannes, the Hôtel Barrière Le Gray d’Albion is a trendy haven of peace with a warm atmosphere. Cannes is an epicenter for film, fashion, and art; this beautiful hotel, a part of the Lifestyle collection of Preferred Hotels & Resorts, is set in the city's most coveted destination. The hotel resembles the Cannes’ atmosphere: bright during the day and shiny at night. Spacious guest rooms and suites throughout nine floors offer guests a peaceful retreat. Premium amenities, including complimentary Wi-Fi, access to an Executive Floor, and deep-soaking bathtubs will ensure total comfort and relaxation.
Let yourself be carried away by the Bohemian-chic ambiance of the private beach, its Summer parties, colorful cocktails and nautical activities. Venture out on a short walk for a good game of Golf on the best greens of the French Riviera. At any time of the day, the on-site bar is the ideal place to meet up. Explore this lovely city, and after a long day of adventure or pure relaxation, enjoy sophisticated refreshments with Mediterranean flavors on a private beach. Treat yourself to the contemporary atmospheres and delicious cuisine at the property’s on-site restaurant venues.
Location of Hotel Barriere Le Gray d'Albion
Nearest Airport: NCE, MCM
Amenities for Hotel Barriere Le Gray d'Albion
- On-Site Amenities
- Fitness Center
- In-Room Amenities
- In-Room Safes
- Mini Bar
- Water Skiing
- Water Sports Programs
- Children's Amenities
- Historic Sites
Reviews for Hotel Barriere Le Gray d'Albion
We stayed here for 3 nights, the service was fantastic, and staff friendly, rooms were clean. Would recommend a balcony. Hotel was a couple of minutes walk from the sea front, 5 minutes to the train station and 15 minutes to the port.
kelly t - Norwich, United Kingdom
The lady at reception can really ruined all the good from the hotel. We arrived at night time, after a long ride from the Center of France. When we arrived, I said I was VIP from Expedia and I would like to know if there is a possibility of upgrade. That was like an offense for her, who said: we donâ€™t have system, so can not know - in a very angry manner - then I said... well, you could check with Expedia the status... and she just reply back mode angry and almost shouting ... then I got the support of a very nice gentleman -I think he was the concierge- who helped and explained in a better manner that their system was shut down and apologized in name of the hotel. Thereâ€™s nothing wrong on having a system problem, but there are manners to inform. The lady was really unfriendly and shown the arrogant/despotic face that I was not expecting in 4* / Expedia VIP Hotel.
Raquel H - Mexico City, Mexico
Excellent luxuriously furnished restaurant on the beach below the famous Cannes Croisette. Fabulous ambience in this popular top end restaurant with delicious food, they serve a burger here like no other. Service is five star as one would expect of a â€˜satelliteâ€™ of the famous Cannes Barriere Grey lâ€™ Albion Hotel. Pricing for Cannes was fair and we were allowed to stay as long as we liked. Our waiter and sommelier were fabulous, everyone spoke English although we did try out our French from school. If you are in Cannes and want lunch or dinner on the beach then this is the place for you.
MartinChieGeorgina - Derry, United Kingdom
My wife and I visited this hotel from 11th to 14th October 2017. Its very conveniently located because its very close to the bus and train stops (5 minutes walk) and also very close to the beach (3 minutes walk). Its got a designated beach area along the La Croisette promenade where you can eat and drink and also enjoy the sun-beds at an extra fee. We enjoyed our time at this beach area which was very relaxing and cool. We only ate breakfast at this hotel and had other meals at the many restaurants which are very near the hotel (all within 10 minutes walking radius). The breakfasts were really good. The room was on the first floor overlooking the street and was generally OK though could do with an upgrade in the near future. The area around the elevators also seemed damp and might need refreshing from time to time. In terms of pricing, I think we got good value for money having paid in advance of our arrival and we deemed the rate reasonable. Some reviewers have noted the EUR 100 per day deposit that must be paid prior to checking in which can be punitive if you are not aware of it before arrival - visitors with longer stays would have to pay much higher deposits. We found the reception and concierge staff very helpful and supportive especially on advising on our French Riviera itinerary which also included a trip to Monaco and Nice. We even discovered that one of the reception staff was from Guinea. An African re-union right there (we are from Kenya)!! Our package included a spa treatment at the sister Majestic Hotel. Sadly, we did not manage to utilize this due to our packed itinerary but we did pass by the Majestic and it was quite grand actually. Its notable that this hotel does NOT have a swimming pool but the beach makes up for it. All said, we really enjoyed our stay here and would recommend and also return. Cannes is beautiful and the weather was kind during our stay in mid-October with clear blue skies and sunny days all through.
Daniel J - Nairobi, Kenya
We found the Gray d'Albion Hotel personnel to be very nice but that the service they provided wasn't great; the Concierge was impossible to reach by telephone throughout Monday. The room lighting is poor, and the light switches are poorly located. This above all causes our poor review: We suffered a low frequency vibration (both felt and heard) throughout much of the day throughout our entire five day stay, as if a large diesel engine was unevenly idling just through the wall; additionally the room was not silent enough against road noise nor noise from the hallway. (Room 230, fronts on rue des Serbes). The front desk had no response to our complaint about the vibration. The standard WiFi was poor; its speed limited (which is okay in principle, although it comes across as cheap from a supposedly high quality hotel), however the limitations of the standard WiFi are implemented in such a way (poorly designed? configured? operating? .. overloaded?) so as to interfere with routine, low-bandwitch transactions such as online banking. Unacceptable. Running a VPN seemed to help. Up-charge for "high speed" WiFi â‚¬39/night! Highway robbery! (I guilted the hotel into comping me the un-interfered WiFi after which things worked as expected). I still chose to use a VPN after that. Room temperature control was difficult to figure out (a little electronic control on the wall inside the bathroom, with a range from 5Â°C to 19Â°C, plus an unlabeled rotating 0..1..2..3 dial on the wall outside the bathroom), and seemed to be rather limited, though we did find a combination that was almost comfortable enough for us. The breakfast food was okay. The excessively heavy duvets were, as I describe them, excessively heavy (typical of European hotels); that along with the "luxury" of several kinds of pillows should instead have been spent on more practical bedding (sheet, light blanket, optional heavy second blankets in a closet). The mattress was comfortable. The hotels practices a pretentious kind of wasteful "service" - any time we left out the "do not disturb" tag on the door, the hotel staff would hang yet another in-room dining ordering card, as well as yet another card saying that they had been unable to service the room because of the do-not-disturb card. The desk chair in the room was clear plastic! Shabby looking, out of touch with the rest of the room's fairly good outfitting. The shower: Nice to have both waterfall and handheld option, but handheld option needed a couple of other hanging hooks to allow the user to choose one that most conveniently would serve them. Overall, not bad, but this hotel should focus on soundproofing, usability, lighting, and quality over the appearance of those things.
libove - Barcelona, Spain