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Visiting Cannes – A City Guide
Best known for the international film festival which takes place every May, Cannes is a lively, glamorous destination attracting visitors throughout the year. The city is proud of La Croisette, a ritzy beachfront boulevard home to top-end shops and landmark hotels. Cannes also boasts a rich history and cultural heritage worth exploring.

Cannes: city layout
Cannes life centres on Vieux Port, home to fishing boats and billionaires’ yachts. Ringed by bars, restaurants and the Palais des Festivals, the port is home to the Cannes Film Festival. You can visit the tourist information office here before strolling along La Croisette, lined with chic boutiques, palm trees and beaches. The Rue d’Antibes offers designer and mainstream shopping.

A short walk to the west is Le Suquet, a hilly district originally home to fishermen’s cottages. Nearby are the popular public beaches and leafy La-Croix-Des-Gardes district. Medieval Le Cannet is a few minutes by bus or taxi to the north.

Top attractions in Cannes
Outside the famed Palais des Festivals you’ll see the famous Allée des Stars – Cannes’ ‘walk of fame’, where icons like Sophia Loren and Sylvester Stallone have left handprints. You can buy an ice cream and soak up the glamour of La Croisette, or relax on one of the private beaches. Art lovers can browse the contemporary collection at Malmaison art gallery.

For a taste of history, explore the narrow streets of Le Suquet and the 19th-century paintings at the Musée de la Castre. The Notre-Dame de l’Espérance church offers panoramic views over the coastline.

The concierge recommends…

  • Visiting the Allée des Stars, Cannes’ ‘walk of fame’, which circles the Palais des Festivals. See how your handprints match up to some of Hollywood’s biggest names.
  • Taking a 15-minute boat ride to the Lérins Islands . You can picnic in nature on the Île Saint-Honorat. History buffs can visit the Musée de la Mer on Île St Marguerite.
  • Viewing Cannes from the sky with a private helicopter ride over the seafront. Reservations can be made at the port.
  • Eating seafood on the seafront – at a private beach club or a restaurant on the Vieux Port.

Hotels in Cannes
Cannes has a range of accommodation to suit every budget and style, whether you are looking for high-end glamour in an iconic hotel on La Croisette or want to kick back and relax in the quieter La Croix-des-Gardes district.

Visitors looking for a luxury break close to the elegant designer boutiques, high-end restaurants and private beaches will want to book into one of Cannes’ world famous hotels on the La Croisette boulevard.

The tranquil La Croix-des-Gardes district is located on the other side of Le Suquet. This quiet, residential area sits beside the relaxed public beaches off the Boulevard du Midi. La Croix-des-Gardes is also the greenest part of the city. You can stroll along winding paths through the neighbourhood’s leafy natural park, only a few minutes from the bustle of the beach.

Eating Out in Cannes
Cannes boasts a wealth of dining options to suit all budgets. You can opt for seafood and Mediterranean classics in friendly bistros or indulge in the full five-star dining experience. Alternatively, enjoy fresh food straight from producers at Cannes’ busy markets.

Diners are well catered for in the many restaurants on La Croisette, around the Vieux Port and along the Boulevard du Midi. With their ocean views, these are great destinations for lunch on a terrace or watching the sun set over a glass of wine. For more exclusive eateries, head to the Carré d’Or, or ‘golden square’, in the streets between La Croisette and Rue d’Antibes.

For traditional fare, explore the steep streets of Le Suquet, which are dotted with intimate restaurants that often betray the Italian influence on Cannes. A short walk from the Vieux Port is the Marché Forville, where you can buy baguettes, goat’s cheese and olives from local producers for a beachfront picnic.

The chef recommends...

  • Bouillabaisse: a speciality of the Provence region, this tasty broth is made with several varieties of fish and shellfish. It’s served with bread and rouille, a spicy mayonnaise.
  • Pissaladière is a thick, bready anchovy dish resembling a pizza, often served with an evening aperitif.
  • La Socca: is popular throughout the South East of France. Another Italian favourite, it’s made from chickpea flour and olive oil, and can be found at the city’s market stalls.

Shopping in Cannes
Cannes has a unique blend of high-end shopping and vibrant local markets – perfect for window shopping, people watching and browsing for stylish clothes and gifts to take home.

The first stop for the shopaholic is La Croisette boulevard, which boasts an impressive selection of upmarket stores. The nearby Rue d’Antibes and Rue Hoche feature both exclusive boutiques and high-street brands. The Galeries Lafayette department store is on Rue du Maréchal Foch.

To get a feel for the region, the Cannes markets are a great starting point. Les Allées de la Liberté hosts a daily flower market and an antique market on Saturdays. Marché Forville market has a wide selection of stalls selling fresh food. Marché Gambetta and Marché de la Bocca sell everything from clothes to local crafts.

Best gifts to buy in Cannes

  • Olive oil is produced throughout the region. Bottles of artisanal oil can be found at boutiques throughout the city. You can often taste before you buy.
  • Tapenade, a dip made from olives, anchovies and capers, is another local speciality. It is best eaten as a starter or with crusty bread and a chilled glass of rosé wine. Tapenade is best bought directly from producers at the city markets.
  • The cigale, or cicada, provides a distinctive soundtrack to the south east of France. A painted pottery cigale from a Vieux Port shop makes an authentic souvenir.

Culture & Nightlife in Cannes
The Cannes cultural highlight is the international film festival in May, when the global movie industry descends on La Croisette. Art, music and a vibrant nightlife around the Vieux Port also make Cannes an exciting year-round destination.

Art lovers can head to the Malmaison contemporary gallery on La Croisette. The Musée de la Castre in Le Suquet hosts an interesting collection of ethnographic art. When not hosting the film festival, the Palais des Festivals stages art exhibitions and large-scale theatre productions.

After dark, La Croisette and the nearby Carré d’Or, or ‘golden square’, become a stylish night-time playground, with a chic crowd gliding between restaurants, clubs and the city’s three casinos. Le Baoli is Cannes’ most exclusive nightclub. Bars around the Vieux Port and Boulevard du Midi offer lively, and more affordable, nights out.

Cannes cinema culture

  • Movies are an integral part of Cannes culture. Why not catch a film at the Cinéma Olympia? Many films are shown in English; these will be marked Version Originale.
  • You don’t have to stay indoors to take in cinema culture. Every summer, the city organises free outdoor film screenings at the Cinéma de la Plage.
  • A great way to soak up Cannes’ fascination for film is to explore the city centre. Every year, you can see classic movie photographs displayed throughout Cannes. Don’t forget the movie-inspired street art – Charlie Chaplin on Boulevard Vallombrosa and Marilyn Monroe on Boulevard d’Alsace.

Visiting Cannes with a Family
The whole family can unwind on Cannes’ extensive beaches, with safe, supervised swimming. Its green parks and the winding streets of Le Suquet are great for open-air exploring, while boat trips from the port offer sightseeing, fishing and ocean dips.

There are two major beaches in Cannes, along La Croisette and the Boulevard du Midi. Much of the beachfront alongside La Croisette is taken up by private clubs, where you can enjoy a long lunch or dinner with sea views. The relaxed public beaches along the Boulevard du Midi are a great spot for beachfront games.

For a fun day out, catch a boat from the Vieux Port to the Lérins Islands. The 15-minute trip offers panoramic views of the Cannes coastline. Here, you can visit the 15th-century monastery on Île Saint-Honorat, and the Musée de la Mer on Île St Marguerite.

Best family attractions in Cannes

  • Discover the city on the Petits Trains de Cannes motorised trains. These take in the history of the town and the allure of La Croisette boulevard.
  • A free walking tour is a good way to take in the town’s famous sights and movie-related street art. Itineraries are available from the tourist information office.
  • A mixture of leafy woodland and open spaces, La Croix-des-Gardes park is a great place to unwind away from the whirl of La Croisette and the beaches. It’s even home to a pair of donkeys, Rifi and Fifi.

Latest Cannes Hotel Reviews

Average Rating for Cannes Hotel
(4.2 / 5) of 869 reviews
Great sea views and spacious rooms
By Elodie Mae
Stayed 2 nights here with my husband and 12 year old daughter when we came down to see the Cirque du Soleil perform. Loved the spaciousness of the twin double bed family room. Immaculate throughout, [More] very comfortable beds and decent pillows. Great décor in the room and throughout the hotel, sort of "vintage seaside". Our room had a wonderful sea view, calm and peaceful. Parking underground was safe and easy. Staff were all friendly and helpful. Breakfasts - just amazing, both in choice and quality, you could almost skip lunch! Plenty of restaurants along the seafront just 2 minutes walk from the hotel. Only disappointment was that there is no longer a pool. IHG you should remove the question about the pool from your survey, I can't rate it as it doesn't exist. Would stay here again. [Less]
Excellent Service and great location
By Tina 10
Initially booked this Hotel as overnight accommodation before travelling on to to Provence. Liked the Hotel and location so much we booked another two nights on return trip. The Hotel is close to [More] the beach and Marina with good choice of restaurants. The shuttle service to airport is also very good and concierge staff are excellent. The reception staff very professional, friendly and helpful. Check in was not supposed to be until 3p.m. but room was ready when I arrived at 11.30a.m. The only negative comment I would make would be the Breakfast. It wasn't up to the same standard as the Hotel, food was poor with coffee [Less]
Beautiful and convenient location at a fair price
By LDMcK
Our experience at this hotel was overall very positive. It is clean, comfortable and safe. The only issue was that the A/C had not yet been turned on and the room was too warm. Still, we'd happily [More] return! [Less]
Great holiday
By 68Sally
Great location. Clean and attractive hotel with friendly helpful staff [Less]
Excellent stay in heart of Nice
By VacationedInNice
Stayed here for two nights in April at the end of our vacation. It was very convenient for exploring Nice on foot, and was a quiet, comfortable place to stay. Only complaint from my wife was that the [More] hair dryer wasn't very good. Would definitely stay here again. [Less]
A place to have a comfortable sleep in Nice....
By VT-2016
The Hotel is new according to other premises in center Nice. Close to shopping areas, old town and the seaside. Very comfortable beds and clean rooms. The construction on Victor Hugo Boulevard is a [More] problem for coming to hotel with car but you can find the way after several attempts :) The outside terrace at the entrance is great but you need to wait for a long so that they can see you... [Less]
First class hotel in every way
By Fergusmum
A lovely room upgrade with a partial sew view for our stay at the Carlton. All staff are very helpful and kind. A special thank you to Quentin (at reception) who is "In training", he is a [More] charming young man and will be an asset to the hotel. We hope to return soon. [Less]
spring into Cannes
By prenderghast
our friends were bowled over by the atmosphere and service in this grand hotel. The historical building is extensively refurbished and the food very fine indeed. [Less]
Frequent Traveler
By PepeT
To the management and staff at InterContinental Carlton Cannes: I like to express my gratitude for the welcome service that you have extended to us. You made our stay a very special experience. [Less]

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