Excellent for exploring old Antibes - restaurants, shops, marina etc. Private beach not open in November. Very pleasant and comfortable room and restaurant. Pity the sea views from the rooms are non-existent as someone has built block of apartments right in front. Walked miles around the bay and town. Ate too much! Very pleasant.
Traveller from Flintshire
For a night, a weekend or one week, discover the charm of this place, unique to Antibes where you will appreciate the …More
Great stay, Very good and helpfull staff, food very good in restaurant and by the sea.
Only downside for me was the hotel charged 35 euros a day for EACH sunbed, towel and umbrella which I think if you are staying at the hotel there should be NO charge. We heard several guests complaining about this.
I was in Juan Les Pins for 5 nights staying in a suite with two friends,the room was excellant very clean and had plenty of space, 2 balconies with a view to the sea. The staff were all very helpful especially the front office and the gentleman that arranged booking restaurants and our taxi to the airport. Superb location only a short walk and you are in the centre .
This hotel is very close to tourist spots, bars, restaurants and beaches. It is a crowded area that can be noisy especially in the evening. I would not stay here again because of the crowds and noise. The hotel itself is well situated, clean and has a nice rest room, shower and lots of natural light. Everything is within walking distance or a short bus ride.
Traveller from Austin
The Résidence La Villa d'Elsa offers stylish apartments in Antibes-Juan-les-Pins housed in a luxurious period building in …More
Tucked away on a narrow dead end alleyway just off the Place Nationale, this new hotel is quieter and in the heart of old town Antibes. The staff was very nice and helpful. The inner terrace was a peaceful place to sit and relax.
Having read some of the earlier reviews after i had booked this hotel i was a little worried what i would find.However it was a really lovely place, great location for bus and train links and ample secure car parking ,close to a carrefour supermarket and other places to eat or shop .
The rooms were a good size and clean,friendly staff ,Breakfast was good and other meals we had in the hotel were of a good standard and good value for money.Very quiet hotel at night and towels changed daily if you needed them
Tv in room with CNN news etc
Complimentary tea and coffee available in reception area
30 mins on the bus from Nice airport and short walk from bus stop. Sharing a room for three was adequate for our budget but they had some lovely balconies that we didn't ask for. Still low season so we took pot luck with the weather but scored one good day out of three..
Great reasonably priced restaurants. Loads of fish and seafood.
The hotel Teranga is the perfect budget hotel for a stay on the French Rivera. It is just a short stroll from the plage de juan les pins were there are many restaurants catering for all different budgets. Also, just ten steps down the road, there is a train station, making the hotel a great base if you want to do some day trips to Cannes, Nice etc. In the other direction of the hotel, just a couple of minutes down the street, there is a small supermarket and other little shops catering for your every day needs (patisseries, fruit and vegetable stalls, brasseries etc).
The hotel rooms are basic but have comfortable beds with extra pillows readily avaliable should you require them and adequate toiletries. The staff are very friendly and will always greet you at the door with a smile and a bonjour/bonsoir. They are more than willing to help with any of your requests, directing you to the best restaurants nearby, providing maps of the area etc.
I would absolutely recommend this hotel to anyone. It is a great location in a quite part of the French Rivera and an affordable accommodation to use as a base for exploring the area.
Traveller from Australia
This modern hotel is located in Juan Les Pins, 200 metres from the beach and eight kilometres from Cannes Conference …More
A thriving Riviera town, Antibes began its existence as the Greek trading post of Antipolis. Today, smart shops, a luxury marina and historic quarter ringed by ramparts attract many visitors. Open-air markets specialise in locally grown cut flowers. The Musée Picasso in Château Grimaldi contains works by 20th-century artists. Cap d’Antibes is a lush and beautiful enclave of the super-rich, studded with luxury villas and hotels.