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Hôtel Le Canberra
This boutique stunner, just a couple of blocks back from La Croisette, is the epitome of Cannes glamour: designer grey rooms with splashes of candy pink, sexy black-marble bathrooms with coloured lighting, heated pool (April to October) in a bamboo-fi...
Standing tall on the seafront, the Napoléon is Menton's most stylish option. Everything from the pool, the restaurant-bar and the back garden (a heaven of freshness in summer) has been beautifully designed...
Fans of Eileen Gray and Le Corbusier (or design in general) should make a beeline for this sensational hotel on the shores of Cap Martin...
Behind a garden wall in the cobbled town centre, this enormous five-room maison d’hôte occupies a circa-17th-century former convent, and offers exceptional value and sense of place; breakfast is served in a vaulted stone dining room...
This 'bed & bistro', as it's tagged itself, is a welcome addition to staid Vence...
La Maison Du Frene
This arty guesthouse is quite astonishing. Yes, that Niki de Saint Phalle is an original. And yes, the César too...
Hôtel Sous Les Figuiers
Hidden behind a wall, this single-story country-chic hotel has 14 art-filled rooms facing a leafy garden – lovely for unwinding after a day's explorations...
Straddling a creek running through the house, this former 17th-century convent has been converted into a très sexy chambres d'hôtes , its dreamy rooms decked in luxe style – locally loomed high-thread-count linens, silk draperies and antiques reuphols...
Mas De L'olivette
The lovely Jean-Claude and Yannick welcome you to their tiny B&B, so much so that it feels like home. The two impeccable, beautifully appointed guest rooms can adjoin for families. The spotless free-standing studio has a kitchen and terrace...
Le Mas Des Cigales
With its pretty Provençal mas (farmhouse), tumbling garden, picture-perfect pool, sweeping views and amazing breakfast spread, it is likely you’ll never want to leave this fabulous chambre d’hôte – particularly now that Stefaan and Véronique have take...
Auberge Des Seguins
At the base of rocky cliffs in a valley criss-crossed by hiking trails, off-the-beaten-path Auberge des Seguins feels like summer camp, with two pools (one for kids), fireside game room and convivial dining room with long wooden tables...
Avignon’s top hotel occupies a converted 16th-century palace with dramatic interiors decked in oriental rugs, gold-threaded tapestries, marble staircases and over-the-top Gallic style...
Hótel De L'amphitheatre
Crimson, chocolate, terracotta and other rich earthy colours dress the exquisite 17th-century stone structure of this stylish hotel, with narrow staircases, roaring fire and alfresco courtyard breakfasts...
This hotel is a converted chateau in the medieval and pedestrian village of Eze. It offers rooms with a view of the Mediterranean Sea and a Michelin-star restaurant...
Cannes’ most magnificent luxury hotel reopened in 2010, following an €80 million renovation. This is where the stars stay during the film festival. Top choice for a devil-may-care weekend.
Fairmont Monte Carlo
The venerable North American luxury chain has that rarest of treats in France: king-size beds. Best rooms have sea-view balconies; our favourites also overlook Hexagrace, the giant Vasarely mosaic behind the casino.
Why go to a nightclub when you can sleep at one? Kube houses several bars, including IceKube, and neon-black-lit corridors lead to chichi guestrooms with glitter wallpaper. All you need to bring is an attitude. Along the road into town.
Château De Valmer
This fabulous 19th-century wine-producer’s mansion is for nature bods with a penchant for luxury...
Built into the hillside overlooking the yacht harbour, this discreetly sexy boutique hotel is decked out in fine silks, soft leather and Carrara marble. All rooms have king-size beds, spa baths and super views of the port and Le Rocher...
Pullman Marseille Palm Beach
Built right into the rocks, this streamlined hotel has sensational sea views from all of its 160 rooms - you can specify if you want your view from the bathtub or the bed. Many rooms (none large enough to accommodate kids) also have balconies...
Aix’s hippest hotel is a study in clean lines, with sharp-edged built-in desks and lots of light. We actually prefer the less expensive ‘luxe’ rooms, which have the same top-end linens, but more charm. Unfortunately, staff can be surly...
Since 2005, owners M and Mme Leng have worked their magic at Hôtel Masséna: this elegant establishment feels like a cosy boutique hotel despite its large 111-room capacity...