Enormous works program that begun in Autumn 2016 with one objective: renovate and modernize the famous 5* while retaining its art-deco soul. The architect, Pierre-Yves Rochon, is in charge of the modernisation of this luxury hotel built in 1929. We can trust his vision, as the renovations to which he has put his name are prestigious. A top-to-tail renovation from the penthouse suite to reception. The hotel remains open during the works; however, a closure period of 4-6 months is still envisaged for the end of 2017 in order to reopen in 2018.
A monumental facelift for the queen of La Croisette. The architect, Richard Lavelle, has designed two new 5-storey buildings in the form of two wings extending from the existing U-shape. 105 additional rooms, a 1,200 m² semi-basement conference centre divided into one room measuring 800 m² and 5 areas of 80 m² dedicated to business meetings, seminars and conferences. All crowned by a magnificent suspended garden surrounding a swimming pool.
The refurbishments continue for the 5* Majestic-Barrière Hotel. After the renovation of the reception lounges and the lobby, the area surrounding the Le Fouquet’s restaurant is getting a makeover. Colours in ivory and beige; 300 m² of mirrors to reflect light. Two new suites measuring 200 m² and 120 m² on the 5th and 6th floors and 150 rooms will be fully redecorated.
There is already a refurbishment programme for the five, which has just renovated its lobby to create a light and fluid reception space and relaxation area. Luxury materials and colours.
This little gem of originality belonging to the Partouche group is preparing to welcome the slot machines and games tables from Palm Beach. This 4* hotel and events shrine in Cannes will become the 3.14 Casino. A reorganization of the areas on the ground and first floors will accommodate the 2,000 m² area dedicated to the slot machines, games tables and a restaurant. Opening in May 2017.
Four locations in one, a fully privatisable area that fits a business event like a glove. A lounge bar buried in tropical décor, a gastronomic restaurant under the name of the Maître Restaurateur run by Chef Christophe Gervais, a club famed on the international scene as being the place for the Cannes nightlife. Add to this a brand new area (March 2017), an exclusive roof terrace overlooking the Bay of Cannes.
The renovations continue at the Gray d’Albion. After the beach, completely reworked in 2015, by the studio Chantal Peyrat, it is the turn of the hotel’s restaurant to present a new modern brasserie-style face with a French twist.