Hotel Du Cap-Eden-Roc's Renovation Revealed
Following a four-year restoration project costing €45 million, the iconic Hotel Du Cap-Eden-Roc in Cap d’Antibes in the south of France, is due to re-open this April.
Leading architect Luc Svetchine was responsible for the project – the first major refurbishment of the hotel since the 1950s. It focused on restoring the hotel’s original 19th century features, as well as creating a new grill restaurant and sushi bar, swimming pool and beach area, and restaurant and terrace.
The hotel now has 67 rooms, including five deluxe rooms and two suites on the second floor. The suites with balconies have a lounge, dressing room, bathroom and separate shower room.
All one- and two-bedroom rooms have sea views, a private bar and an LED TV screen with iPod player. All the bathrooms have under-floor heating and are decorated in a choice of three different marbles.
The Eden-Roc Suite has also been completely renovated and now features its own wooden pergola and outdoor Jacuzzi on a 250 sq m terrace with views of the Lerins Islands.
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