Cannes Hotels

Accommodation in Cannes is expensive at the best of times, and if you’re coming here for the film festival or in the summer, then expect to pay considerably more. However, there are some affordable options for those on tighter budgets, particularly in low season.

The Cannes hotels below are grouped into three pricing categories:
Luxury (over €250)
Moderate (€120 to €250)
Cheap (up to €120)

These Cannes hotel prices are for one night in a double room, including tax but not breakfast.

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InterContinental Carlton Cannes

+33 4 9306 4006.

Old-world charm and modern convenience combine to great effect at the Carlton. The hotel has 343 rooms, including 39 suites, and there are two restaurants, two bars and a health club on the premises. The grande dame of La Croisette overlooks the Mediterranean and has its own private beach.

58 boulevard de la Croisette, Cannes, France

Hôtel Martinez

+33 4 9390 1234.

Situated on La Croisette, the 5-star Hôtel Martinez is one of the Riviera's grand palaces. Guests can take advantage of the private beach, swimming pool and spa while staying in the palatial apartments or well-appointed rooms. Its Michelin-starred restaurant, La Palme d'Or, has a reputation for exceptional cuisine.

73 boulevard de la Croisette, Cannes, France

Hôtel Barrière Le Majestic

+33 4 9298 7700.

This belle époque palatial hotel along La Croisette fuses classic elegance with modern refinements. It has 349 sumptuous rooms, three Venetian-style lounges, five restaurants, two bars and a swimming pool. It has also hijacked part of the main beach, which means guests can enjoy bathing in private.

10 boulevard de la Croisette, Cannes, France

Hotel Colette

+33 4 9339 0117.

This 3-star stay is one of the most stylish hotels in Cannes. Its simple yet striking white colour scheme acts as a canvas for the hotel’s lively blend of modern furniture, contemporary art and the odd antique. Its location opposite the railway station is convenient, albeit not the prettiest.

5 place de la Gare, Cannes, France

Hôtel Le Cavendish

+33 4 9706 2600.

Formerly the home of Lord Cavendish, the British aristocrat who discovered hydrogen, this belle époque building is a charming hotel just north of the railway station. All 34 rooms are serenely elegant, but try to get one in the rotunda. And make time for the free aperitifs every evening.

11 boulevard Carnot, Cannes, France

Hotel Novotel Suites Cannes Centre

+33 4 9706 7777.

The Novotel offers good-value rack rates and some of the best online specials in Cannes. This swish, modern, all-suite hotel is only a 10-minute walk from the railway station but still delivers spacious rooms that all have microwaves and kettles, as well as large working spaces and flatscreen TVs.

46 bis boulevard Carnot, Cannes, France

Appia Hôtel

+33 4 9306 5959.

Considering its location you’ll struggle to beat the Appia Hôtel for value. A stone’s throw from the main drag of La Croisette, this 2-star stay number offers comfortable accommodation at very reasonable prices. The rooms are pleasantly basic but guests can expect all the necessary amenities and a warm welcome.

6 rue Marceau, Cannes, France

Hôtel Alnea

+33 4 9368 7777.

A basic, comfortable hotel located only a minute’s walk from the Palais des Festivals and a short stroll from the Croisette beaches. The rooms are air-conditioned and soundproofed and come with flatscreen TVs and free Wi-Fi. It’s a good cheap option with great service and some colourful paint schemes.

20 rue Jean de Riouffe, Cannes, France

Le Mistral

+33 4 9339 9146.

This 2-star hotel offers 10 rooms on three floors just a minute's walk from the Palais des Festivals and rue d'Antibes. The interior design is modern and stylish, and art works are usually on display. The rooms are soundproofed and air-conditioned and feature free Wi-Fi and flatscreen TVs.

13 rue des Belges, Cannes, France

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