Carlton Cannes reopens following a two-year renovation

Carlton Cannes reopens following a two-year renovation

The property is owned by Qatar-based Katara Hospitality

Part of IHG Hotels & Resorts’ luxury & lifestyle portfolio, The Carlton Cannes, A Regent Hotel reopened has reopened its doors this month (March 2023).

Known as the ‘Grande Dame’ of the Cannes hotel scene, the property’s Belle Epoque façade, framed by twin domes, has been restored. 

With 332 rooms and suites (72 of which have a sea view) and 37 branded residences, the hotel has been reimagined by acclaimed French interior designer Tristan Auer, famed for his work on heritage buildings and with luxury brands including Cartier.

The property's Belle Epoque façade 

The two-year renovation preserved the hotel’s historic features and added two wings, comprising luxury residences at the rear of the property. There is now an enclosed garden landscaped with 22,000 plants and flowers, peristyle alcoves, sleek sunbathing decks, handcrafted cabanas and the largest hotel infinity pool in Cannes. 


In addition, the hotel also has a brand new 900-square-metre fitness and spa complex, The C Club, which includes a full-size boxing ring, a gym and a yoga and Pilates studio.

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Speaking about the heritage property, GM Giuseppe Vincelli said: "We are thrilled to reopen the doors of this wonderful building and truly look forward to welcoming our guests, loyal and new. 

"What we have in this building now is a stunning blend of heritage and modernity, between our legacy and the many innovations we cannot wait to unveil. This beauty of contrasts has been our leitmotif; it mirrors timeless Riviera elegance and the effervescence of the world-leading festivals in the city. It creates a journey from the Croisette’s blissful hubbub to the ultimate sanctuary underpinned by true Regent service.”

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