The Radisson Blu 1835 hotel enjoys an ideal location at the between the Port and the original village, Suquet, just a few minutes from the Haute-Couture boutiques of the chic La Croisette area and in front of the famous Palais des Festivals.
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"360 bar is a must in Cannes for sunset "
Superb roof top glass bar. The sunsets are spectacular and the cocktails are delicious. Yes it’s expensive but everywhere is in Cannes and the £ is rubbish against the euro at the moment.! Well worth a visit. Go early to claim good seats for sunset
"3 night mini-moon"
Picturesque views of the beach & marina, we were lucky to enjoy the amazing seasons of November from our balcony - sunshine, thunder, moody skies & pink sunsets, really beautiful. We asked for a room change as the first was quite small and tired but the second room was much more spacious and modern. We really appreciated the swap. The rooftop bar & restaurant has amazing views, it was incredibly expensive but to be expected in Cannes I suppose. At typically €20 euros per drink, I would hope for more efficient service to reflect the price. The spa is lovely and relaxing, waterbeds to snooze on and an outdoor pool and jacuzzi - lovely to enjoy even in the rain! We both had treatments although I was a little surprised by a European facial - post steam ‘extraction’ not really for me! The hotel is a great base for exploring - 15 minutes walk from the bus and train stations. The train was very reasonable, we were given 50% discount and I’m not really sure why! We loved our day trip to Monte Carlo, lunch at Le Maree’s was lovely overlooking the port. We really enjoyed exploring the Grand Prix route, window shopping, visiting the casino & even having a great celeb spot - Colin Farrell! Our final day was spent on a little island 15 minutes ferry ride from our hotel called Saint-Honorat. You can walk around the island in 45 minutes and there is a stunning monastery with great views that’s worth climbing to the top of. There is also a lovely, cosy restaurant serving wine made by the monks on the island. A peaceful and romantic little trip, well worth building in. We loved exploring Cannes, it’s pretty, clean & chic. This is not the place to visit on a budget but if you’re happy to spend a few days enjoying a sophisticated, indulgent trip by the sea then this is your place!
"Overnight Stay in Cannes"
We spent one night in Cannes at the Radisson Blu Cannes 1835 in October. We had a lovely comfortable break at the hotel staying in a deluxe double sea view room. The room, while not huge was extremely well appointed with great little extras like robes and slippers, coffee machine and of course the wonderful view from the balcony. Drinks were expensive but typical of this part of France but we'll worth the trip to the bar to experience the wonderful views. Location wise the hotel is in a great spot, right on the edge of the old town and the harbour and just a short walk to the main promenade. I would definitely recommend a visit to this hotel when visiting Cannes.
i enjoyed my stay immensely. its a very relaxed and high quality hotel. I am looking forward to visiting next year during FIFA 2018 in Moscow. i would be interesting to see how it compares with other hotels in Russia.
"A trip & hotel stay you are not likely to forget"
Great property in a world famous town with a truly exceptional location. Nice rooms. Pleasant professional service from staff. Truthfully the most annoying thing being those designer wash hand basins, which look good, but are really not nice to use. But overall the hotel & location must be difficult to surpass.
Credit cards accepted by the hotel: Visa - MasterCard - American Express - Diners Club
Check-in: 3:00 PM , Check-out: 12:00 PM