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Avaliou em 31 de Julho de 2014
O cabo de Antibes é um dos lugares mais caros da Côte. A uns 300 m da praia, este hotel oferece uma opção em conta para quem quer desfrutar do luxo do bairro. O atendimento é simpático, a mansão elegante, e a piscina pequena mas adequada. A uns 30 mn do aeroporto de nice.
Not a hotel
Avaliou em 9 de Agosto de 2021
When you book a hotel you expect a 'hotel'. This place is not a hotel. There is no food/restaurant on offer, apart from a very poor 'buffet breakfast' whereby the only hot food offered is a boiled egg which you have to cook yourself, which is very poor. The other items on offer all look and taste like they are just wheeled out everyday - the same food including rotten tomatoes. The 'bar' is basically a poor mini bar with no drinks selection whereby you have to get the receptionist to get you a drink if you are lucky enough to find the actual drink you want - no premium brands of gin, campari or wine - even the 1664 beers dried up and were never replaced. There are no waiters - the only staff is the receptionist and the cleaners, so figure out how that works in a 'hotel'! The room we had was comfortable and the pool was good - that's the only positive I can offer. Overall, a massive disappointment.
A Peaceful Refuge from the Hectic Riviera
Avaliou em 16 de Agosto de 2018
While the physical beauty of the French Riviera is undeniable, the crowds that gather in high season can be cause for disappointment. But never fear as there is a true escape in the name of Beau Site, a most appealing three-star accommodation that combines comfort and a sense of solitude along the Côte d’Azur.
Situated on the outskirts of the attractive and energetic town of Antibes, Beau Site provided us with all the comforts one had come to expect in a well managed three-star hotel. We enjoyed a clean and comfortable room one floor up from the front desk. The room was fairly large and featured a surprisingly comfortable double bed, ample closet space, flat screen TV, a desk, air conditioning and, perhaps best of all, a large window that filled the room with light and the happy sound of countless cicadas. The bathroom, meanwhile, was bright and functional, offering good lighting, satisfactory linen, and a deep tub, with shower accompaniment. There was also a small window that provided obstructed views out to the pool.
Among the Beau Site’s many qualities is the sense of solitude it exudes. There is a true sense of calm that hovers over this accommodation. While it caters to all age groups, including families with young children, we never encountered noise. Perhaps the kids who patronize Beau Site are unusually calm. Whatever it is, there is a relaxed vibe that is detected, from the breakfast and lounge areas, the attractive garden that wraps around much of the property, and even the inviting pool. By all means, this is a place that invites relaxation, a quality not easily found along much of the noisy, traffic-clogged Riviera.
While a stay at Beau Site is highly recommended, those without their own wheels may feel a bit too far removed from Antibes and the allure of the Riviera. Those with wheels will need to pay 15 euros per day for the Beau Site to house the car, but will gain a good deal of flexibility in touring this enchanting part of France.
Breakfast is something to look forward to at Beau Site, especially if the weather is favorable. This, it should be said, is not due to the hotel’s breakfast offerings, though these are perfectly adequate, but rather due to the opportunity to take the first meal of the day outside, in a garden setting that is shaded, features a rustic maritime theme, and struck us as the ideal way to start the day. The food offerings include such hot items as scrambled eggs, sausage, and hard boiled eggs, along with cold items such as cold cuts, cereals, and cheeses. While the baguettes were especially tasty, the management at the Beau Site would do well to eliminate canned fruit and reconsider the Cino automated coffee machine as it dispenses a rather weak and undistinguished cup of coffee. A nice Nespresso machine would be a step in the right direction.
A few words should be said about the Beau Site staff. We were genuinely pleased by the friendliness and helpfulness by the entire Beau Site team, and they are to be commended for their efforts. Indeed, from the front desk staff, each one fluent in English, to the maintenance and housekeeping staff, the Beau Site high marks are based in large part on the efforts of its fine employees.
The Beau Site is a moderately-priced accommodation. Not counting the nightly parking rate, we paid an approximate 175 euros per night, including breakfast. This, frankly, is more on the upper-moderate rate, but when one considers the quality of accommodation and service, combined with that wonderful sense of tranquility, the Beau Site remains good value for money and most desirable place to stay along the sunny Côte d’Azur.
Comfortable, relaxing, welcoming stay on Cap du Antibes
Avaliou em 2 de Julho de 2018
We thoroughly enjoyed our 3 days here. The hotel is clean and comfortable. The staff were friendly and helpful. Francine took very good care of us each evening when we returned from our adventures - merci beaucoup!!! The rooms were air conditioned and quiet which made for good resting. The hotel has a very nice garden and pool- we enjoy them both on multiple occasions. And the hotel has nice parking for a fee. There are a few good restaurants nearby, we ate at the Jardin du Cap which has a nicely decorated garden and good food. Don’t forget your bug spray in summer.
We would definitely stay here again if we are ever in this part of France!