Located at the tip of the Cap d’Antibes peninsula midway between Cannes and Nice, this exceptionally luxurious and atmospheric 19th-century mansion overlooks 22 acres of manicured gardens edged by the Mediterranean. The château’s ornate reception area leads to four floors containing 118 elegant, antiques-filled rooms, many with small private terraces. Most exclusive is the all-suite Eden-Roc Pavilion wing, secluded by the water’s edge. Fine dining is served at Eden-Roc Restaurant, which offers traditional Mediterranean cuisine and breathtaking views. The newly revealed Louroc Restaurant, helmed by chefs Eric Frechon, Arnaud Poette and Sébastien Broda, showcases local seafood and fresh ingredients from farms, orchards and vineyards in the area. Other public areas include the gorgeous Bar Bellini, a Champagne lounge and a chocolate atelier. The property, open from mid-April to mid-October, also encompasses a heated infinity pool, five clay tennis courts, a wellness center, a seasonal kids' club and a La Prairie spa. Private limousine service can be booked.
Lowest Rate: Tradition Room, $670; Editor’s Choice: Junior Suite, $1,560.
In order to offer you the highest level of service, online booking is currently not available. Please call Andrew Harper Travel at (800) 375-4685, or contact the hotel directly, for reservations.