Cagnes-sur-Mer is a town of many parts: medieval town, fishing village, beach resort, and modern town. Its history was linked to that of the Grimaldis of Monaco, who built a fortress in agnes-sur-Mer in 1310, later developed into a beautifully decorated castle by Henri Grimaldi in 1620. Painters such as Renoir, who lived here from 1903 until his death in 1919, were attracted to Cagnes-sur-Mer by its light and colour.
The medieval ground floor hosts a display of local history. The 17th-century Grimaldi reception rooms on the first floor house an exhibition of Mediterranean art with a plethora of famous names. The tower above has a panoramic view of the Alps and the Mediterranean.
The hotel is in a magnificent location, facing the sea and the mountains of the Côte D' Azur, between Nice and Cannes. We are only 3 kms away from the airport. Book online now Price: From €100 No of rooms: 23 Cards: Amex Diners Visa/Mcard Child rate: Yes Ratings:
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