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mainpage France Hotels French Riviera Saint Jean du Cap Ferrat Grand Hotel du Cap Ferrat ***** Palace

Standing proudly in 7 hectares (17 acres) of grounds between Nice and Monaco, the magnificent white building of the Grand-Hôtel du Cap-Ferrat has always welcomed its guests in the utmost luxury and sophistication. Learn more about the history of this Palace hotel on the French Riviera, from the turn of the 20th century until today.

Grand Hotel du Cap Ferrat ***** Palace

71, boulevard du Général de Gaulle 06230, Saint-Jean Cap-Ferrat
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At the very start of the 20th century, Kind Leopold II of Belgium declared that the Alpes-Maritimes' spectacular landscape was nothing short of paradise on earth. Surrounded by the azure blue light of sky and sea, Cap-Ferrat is and always has been one of the region's most dazzlingly captivating corners.
 
In 1908, in the heart of this wildly beautiful garden of Eden, the Compagnie Hôtelière des Centres de Tourisme Automobile chose this prestigious site overlooking the Mediterranean on which to build the Grand-Hôtel du Cap-Ferrat.
 
As soon as it opened, the hotel attracted an elite international clientele. After the First World War, the guest list grew to include the likes of Presidents Deschanel and Titulesco, Princess Louise, Queen Victoria's daughter the Duchess of Argyll, and such famous artists as Charles Boyer, Jacques Thibaud, Alfred Cortot and Marguerite Long.
 
The hotel closed its doors during the Second World War. In the post-war years, people's vacationing habits changed considerably. The winter season grew quieter and the summer period became the peak season we know today.
 
The Grand-Hôtel du Cap-Ferrat has been fully renovated and has won many awards for its luxury and quality of service. 
The Grand-Hôtel was the only establishment on the French Riviera to receive the French Ministry of Tourism's distinguished "Palace" label when it was first created in May 2011.
 
It is also the winner of the "Best Palace in the World" Award from Hotel & Lodge magazine in 2012, and the Villégiature Award for "Best Spa in Europe".