February 7, 2018 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

Hotel Barriere Le Gray d'Albion
38 Rue des Serbes
Cannes, France

Nearest Airport: NCE, MCM

Amenities for Hotel Barriere Le Gray d'Albion

  • Dining
  • Bar
  • Restaurants
  • On-Site Amenities
  • Concierge
  • Casino
  • Fitness Center
  • In-Room Amenities
  • In-Room Safes
  • Mini Bar
  • WiFi
  • Activities
  • Tennis
  • Water Skiing
  • Golf
  • Water Sports Programs
  • Family
  • Children's Amenities
  • Nearby
  • Historic Sites
  • Shopping
  • Restaurants
  • Interests
  • Hotels

Reviews for Hotel Barriere Le Gray d'Albion

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TripAdvisor Traveler Review Rating Reviewed 1 day ago

We loved the hotel, the location was great close to the shopping street and also to the croisette. The service is very good, we tried their Gym and was very clean and well equipped. We have informed the hotel that we are coming for our anniversary and they made a nice welcome gesture to us. Our requests were nicely met and a plus that this hotel bathrooms has toilet wash.

Yasmine M - Cairo

TripAdvisor Traveler Review Rating Reviewed 2 weeks ago

First time I've stayed here and it was a real treat. Perfect location for exploring all that Cannes has to offer. Rooms were spacious, clean and comfortable. Coffee and tea making facilities with a few sweet and savoury treats to tempt you in the mini-bar. We didn't opt for B&B rate and instead chose to head out every morning as there are lots of chic eateries nearby - so can't rate the restaurant. The staff were friendly and courteous and bar was comfortable and cosy. Would love to return.

LondonHolidayBlues - London

TripAdvisor Traveler Review Rating Reviewed 2 weeks ago

The problem started when I booked a sea view room at their sister property near the beach the Majestic Barrier. They told me one week before arrival that the hotel was closed and they moved me to the property around the corner. They said they upgraded me to a suit which was nice. The ladies at the front reception are not friendly. It’s overall dark in the lobby and not impressive. You would never even know you are in France it’s so modern. It was not a sea view unless you walked out on the balcony and stretched your neck. Plus the buildings next door are ugly and unattractive. The streets outside are under construction and there was no restaurant. The suite was decent, basic 4 star, but the rooms have paper thin walls. You can hear people on all sides and the hallway all nights talking. Never in my life has this happened to me (maybe in a former communist country) but after my first night the manager told me he had reports I was ‘loud’ and to be quiet. The bathroom was decent but there is no place for a woman to set her makeup or use a dryer near a mirror. If I could do it over I would have stayed in nearby Antibes or Nice. Even a small pension would have been better.

Michelleknowstravel - Houston, United Kingdom

TripAdvisor Traveler Review Rating Reviewed 3 weeks ago

A bit late in doing this review but stayed at this hotel in late October. It was fab, helped by beautiful autumnal weather. Really lovely hotel with very helpful staff. Location superb. Great breakfast in a very nice restaurant. First stay at this hotel and will definitely be back. Loved it !

jostarStoke-on-Trent - Stoke-on-Trent

TripAdvisor Traveler Review Rating Reviewed 1 month ago

The great days of Cannes and the Cotes d'Azur are behind it. Now it trades on its reputation for the annual film festival and a conference destination. The stars can still be found here in May but now they are here for promotions, not as they once came for vacations and romance and when the term jet-set actually meant something. It was a conference that brought me to Cannes and one that allowed me to enjoy playing on three nearby golf courses. My base was the Gray d'Albion in a first class position just back from the Cannes seafront. I would have liked to know who Gray of Albion was, but there was nothing to tell me. This is a solid four star offering with decent sized, comfortable rooms and, for visiting golfers of a certain vintage like me, a fine deep bath to relax in after a round. The rooms are a tad dark which I found awkward when I wanted to read something without laying on the bed, but that is only a minor quibble. What I really struggled with was the shower which you have to run by reaching beneath the shower head which is situated above the bath. The square headed nobs are confusing and on the first occasion I experienced a hot blast of water all over the right sleeve of my jumper and shoulder. So one tip for showering, either roll up your sleeves or undress first. My only other complaint was the miserable bar man who served me on my one venture to the bar. Maybe the culture is different in this part of the world and a solemn, unwelcoming demeanour is guaged as a mark of respect, or maybe he was just having a bad day. But when I am paying €10 for a large Heineken, I would expect a cheery, 'Good evening, what can I get you, sir?' as a bare minimum. Apart from that the rest of the staff were helpful, the breakfast was first class and the hotel can ensure that you get on to the best golf courses. Cannes is an expensive city so this is certainly not a venue for those on a budget. But for a solid four-star offering I would certainly be more than happy to recommend people to stay here only watch out for that shower and don't expect a smile from the barman.

Golfing-Steve - Lewes

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