Walk a few blocks along La Croisete to La Malmaison, a seaside pavilion in the former games and tea room of Cannes' grandest hotels of...
The multi-starred hotels and couture shops that line the famous bd de la Croisette (aka La Croisette) may be the preserve of the rich...
Cannes’ happening, young gay bar hosts theme nights, from poppers parties to singing contests. Arrive around midnight.
At the end of an alley in the Carré d’Or nightlife district, Le Riad imports Moroccan hospitality and authentic cooking, with classics...
Lonely Planet review
Modern French cuisine has never tasted so good. Everything from the ingredients, the cooking and the presentation is done to perfection, whether it be the roasted veal with its vegetable medley, the seared sea bream with white butter and asparagus, or the house speciality, the Grand Marnier soufflé, which arrives practically ballooning at your table. Booking essential.