Hôtel du Cap-Eden-Roc on the southern-most tip of Cap d'Antibes, is reopening after its seasonal closing and debuting two new suites, five deluxe rooms as well as other enhancements. The renovations are part of an ongoing $64 million restoration project.
The two new one-bedroom suites, located on the third floor, feature balconies with garden and sea views, lounge spaces and dressing rooms. The suites, along with the five new deluxe rooms, include a private bar as well as LED TVs with an iPod station. All of the bathrooms also have under-floor heating with a selection of marble, including pink Portuguese marble, Marfil and Bourgogne stone.
In addition to the new rooms and suites, the hotel’s Eden-Roc Suite has been completely renovated to include new décor and furnishings as well as a garden, wooded pergola and Jacuzzi on its 2,690-square-foot terrace overlooking the Mediterranean Sea with views of the Lerins Islands. These most recent renovations come on the heels of a new villa, Villa Eleana, which was unveiled in 2010. The two-level structure offers three bedrooms and bathrooms, a fully equipped kitchen, lounge area, private outdoor swimming pool and garden. Guests are able to arrange private lunches or dinners in the villa, which includes a private butler.
The hotel’s ongoing restoration began in 2007, which was its first major renovation since the 1950s. During the last four years, two new restaurants as well as a new swimming pool and beach area have debuted and all public spaces have been refurbished.