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InterContinental Carlton, Cannes

58 La Croisette, 06400 Cannes, France
InterContinental Carlton Review
 
5 Star Rating
16 January 2015InterContinental Carlton
Tags: Cannes, France, Traditional reviewsThe Bill: 360 per night
 

We had the pleasure of staying at the Carlton Intercontinental in Cannes. This hotel has over 100 years of history behind it, and is located in a stunning location. If you enjoy being in the sun, you're in luck, pick the right time of year and you'll be spoilt with the beautiful Mediterranean sun. The Carlton has a private beach just a short walk away to any sunbathers delight.

The Carlton has a spectacular facade and is an impressive sight to look at, especially at night when it's all lit up. Being in an affluent area of Cannes there is a special feeling of glamour to the hotel. You have plenty of options in the surrounding areas, from shopping, to sightseeing, you will not be short of things to do and see.

"You'll come away with some priceless memories."

We passed through the tall white pillars in the hotel's entrance, looking around there are grand chandeliers overhead, marble flooring, the lobby is very spacious. The staff that greeted us were more than friendly, checking in was a breeze and we headed off to our room. We had a deluxe room with a view looking over the Mediterranean sea, we experienced some absolutely spectacular views throughout the day and early evening. Our room was beautifully furnished, and adored with luxury finishings.

The bedroom wasn't overly spacious, but the real value and experience when staying in the Carlton Intercontinental are the views, it's hard to put into words just how breath-taking the views are overlooking the sea and the streets of Cannes, it was just magical.

The only negative we came away with was the feeling that the hotel looks a little unloved in certain areas. It's a large hotel, and there are some obvious indications that a lot of renovations have taken place over the years to modernise it. There are other facilities well worth taking advantage of however; a swimming pool, gym, and their in-house restaurant.

When staying in Cannes picking the Carlton Intercontinental should be on your list. You'll come away with some priceless memories, certainly worth considering.

 
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