Offering a refined lunch menu and incredible sea views, daily.discover more
For this 150th season, Hotel du Cap-Eden-Roc invites you to take a seat for a reimagined experience in its restaurants and bars. Few spaces have witnessed more glamorous events and turning points in history, all of which inspired renowned architect Patricia Anastassiadis to create her stunning interior redesigns. Behind the scenes, Le Bristol Paris’ three Michelin starred Chef Eric Frechon has advised Executive Chef Arnaud Poëtte, Chef Sébastien Broda , Chef Christophe Marc and Pastry Chef Lilian Bonnefoi on new menus, including a gastronomic dinner to be served in the renewed evening dining room: Restaurant LouRoc.
The Riviera magic continues.
The evening dining room, presenting a gastronomic menu against a sublime Mediterranean backdrop.discover more
An impressive Mediterranean panorama and delicious drinks from midday into evening.discover more
Fancy a sweet daytime treat? Enjoy fresh juices and smoothies, and homemade ice creams and sorbets.discover more
Atop the famous Eden-Roc Pavilion, choose from a list of 14 exclusive Champagnes to be enjoyed with elegant hors d’œuvres.discover more
Refreshing drinks — cool, hot, iced or blended — served right to your chaise lounge.discover more
Fine wines, signature hand-mixed cocktails and small plates in the exquisite lobby bar.discover more
‘When I was a girl, my family came the Côte d’Azur often to visit my uncle who lived nearby Cap d’Antibes. For me personally and as a designer, this project is all about memory and its many layers. The strong lineage of intellects and artists who have been present throughout the hotel’s history were a major influence, as well as the architecture of the building itself. Through this redesign, we have developed a modern aesthetic by digging into the recollections of a vivid past, still palpable in every single corner of the property.’
Patricia Anastassiadis, Architect and Designer