Why so chic?
Why travel experts chose this hotel
Only when you book with Chic
A former haunt of literary greats, Ernest Hemingway and Guy de Maupassant, Hotel de la Pinède continues to host a creative vibe even to this day. The renovated 19th-century building has a modern, fun feel; flecked with an array of playful design features, you’ll uncover something new every time you leave your room.
Its contemporary vibe suits its central location; you're only a shimmy away from great places to sip, eat and be merry. Sylvie, the proprietor, is a fantastic host and will make your stay as comfortable and enjoyable as she can.
It's worth noting that reception is not open 24-hours a day, so you'll need to liaise with Sylvie on your arrival time ahead of your stay. There is no lift in the building, so this may not be a suitable choice for those with limited mobility.
A tasty continental breakfast is served each morning on the terrace. While there is no restaurant at Pinède, you won’t go hungry here – there is an ample supply of gourmet eateries and cafés to choose from on the street outside.
The 12 rooms are simply and stylishly designed, with wooden furnishings and comfy beds. If you like your space, we’d suggest opting for the larger Comfort Doubles, as the Economy Double Rooms do come up small and do not have air conditioning. There is also a Family Suite for those travelling with the little ones, or as a group, which has two queen sized bedrooms with a shared bathroom in between.
If you like a bit of hustle and bustle, you’re in for a treat; mooch around the bars and restaurants of Juan-les-Pins, explore the old fortified town of Antibes or head down to the nearby beach for a little sun-and-sea. Sylvie is more than happy to share her local recommendations and to make tour and travel arrangements for you.