Stay in a Medieval room/suite at a 13th Century castle, perched on ramparts. Château Le Cagnard offers this unique experience. This 4-star hotel in Cagnes-sur-Mer is located in the Medieval village Haut-de-Cagnes. In this building, which history is tied to that of the Chateau Grimaldi, the decor is in the image of a Provencal charming village, authentic and romantic.
Château Le Cagnard was completely renovated in 2012 and its twenty-eight rooms and suites are decorated in an original way, with period furniture. The rooms/suites are havens of peace and perfect places for dreaming and relaxing. Each room and suite has been named after a prominent artist that has been associated with Haut-de-Cagnes. “Trompe l’oeil” paintings done by artistic painters from the region, and various accessories, have been carefully selected to enhance each room and suite with its own unique charm.
The renovation and decoration of the rooms and suites has successfully combined the highest standards of comfort and modernity, while cultivating an authentic atmosphere in a truly refined Provencal style. Particular care and attention was given to the bath and shower rooms, which are furnished with stone sinks, earthenware pieces and heated floors.
You, the admirers of Provence and of the Medieval villages, you will chose this hotel for your stay, ideally located just a few kilometers from the beaches, Nice, Cannes and Monaco.
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Special offer free night 3=4
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