Hôtel Les Arcades
Address16, place des Arcades BiotSee nearby area
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Lonely Planet review
The enchanting hotel-restaurant Les Arcades has become an institution in Biot: the 15th-century building is now home to a prestigious modern art collection, the result of 50 years of friendship between André and Mimi Brothier (the owners) and the many artists living in Biot in the postwar years, such as César, Novaro, Vasarely and Léger. The more-expensive rooms, with their unique works of art, heavy oak furniture, monumental fireplaces and palatial bathrooms, are worth every penny.
Our independent authors have visited Hôtel Les Arcades and selected this as one of our recommended hotels in Biot.
Description provided by property
Hôtel Les Arcades is a family-run boutique hotel dating from the 15th century. Set in the medieval town of Biot, 6 km from Antibes Train Station, it offers individually decorated rooms, a bar and a restaurant.
Featuring paintings and works of art from the owner’s private collection, the rooms all include a private bathroom and flat-screen TV. Some feature exposed wooden beams, period furniture and fireplace, and have access to a terrace.
A daily breakfast is available at Hôtel Les Arcades with an extra cost. For evening meals, the on-site restaurant serves a range of traditional, local dishes.
Only 4 km from Marineland Water Park, the hotel offers free Wi-Fi access in public areas. Cannes and Nice are both 18 and 20 km away.
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