Ratings based on 14 Verified Reviews
They paid and stayed. We double-checked.
4.9 Room cleanliness
4.6 Service & staff
4.7 Room comfort
4.4 Hotel condition
They paid and stayed.
for Everyoneby A verified traveler from London
very relaxingPosted Aug 9, 2014
it was our first ever stay in the south of france and after streessful weeks behind us the hotel and its facilities were just amazing. we loved the different pool areas, the atmosphere, the friendly staff, etc. would definitely go back. also a nice place to stay for different trips to various cities and places around like antibes, nice, cannes, mobte carlo, st. paul de vence, etc. its niceto come back to a calm place.
for Everyoneby A verified traveler from Yateley, England
Luxury facilities, quiet, and close to RivieraPosted Jul 28, 2014
Pros: Luxury facilities.
Cons: More choice of inexpensive meals available. Restaurant is very good quality, but expensive, and not open on Sunday evening.
Location: Quiet, but not easy to get down to coast. Nice very busy to drive through or around. Good trips to Camargue, Nice, along Riviera coast.
Big, comfortable room. No tea/coffee in room, no complimentary water, and water not easy to obtain at reception.
for Everyoneby George from England
Nice quiet location, but not quite a full SpaPosted Jun 26, 2014
Pros: Great quiet location, with big private rooms, not over looked.
Cons: Adding a Sauna and Jacuzzi
Location: The wallled old town of Vence is a short walk uphill up the road, we ate at Le Luigi, which had a lovely atmosphere and friendly staff.
This was a lovely setting away from the busy world, and just close enough to Vence to be able to walk into for lunch and dinner etc. A great choice of restaurants in Vence. The staff at Cantemerle were very friendly and helpful. it wasn't too busy, and was very quiet despite being a child friendly hotel. The only disappointments were that for a 'spa' this place did not have a Sauna or a Jacuzzi. This was possibly my fault as I had been looking at many different hotels, and assumed this one would have them, calling themselves a spa! Also the breakfast was very expensive, and no other option, other than a 15 min walk up the road to Vence! You were not allowed to take your own food and drink in the room, and there were no Tea or Coffee facilities. Half a bottle of champagne was 38 euros from the mini bar!
for Everyoneby A verified traveler
Excellent all roundPosted Jun 8, 2014
Idyllic and totally relaxing. Staff very helpful.
Recommendedby TW from North Vancouver, BC
An oasis of calm with fabulous groundsPosted Jun 4, 2014 on Hotels.com
The hotel is fabulous - beautiful garden, nice outdoor pool, great outdoor seating areas for relaxing, breakfast or drinks. The room was comfortable with a large king bed, we had our own patio as well. We eat in the restaurant one night & in town the next. Food was very good, service was consistently good. Definitely would go back.
for Couplesby mel from NYC
very nice hotel !Posted Jul 10, 2013 on Hotels.com
we wish we could have stayed longer to use the hoyel's amenities like the indoor and outdoor pools. Our room was big, clean. The bathroom had a beautiful tiled floor and was huge. Each room is a ground floor (no noisy neighbors upstairs) and has a private balcony. The staff was very professional and friendly. the only con : 16€ for the breakfast is overpriced given what is offered (we ordered room service). The hotel is a little outside of Vence downtown which makes its location very quiet like we love. if we come back in the neighborhood we will stay there again !
for Everyoneby AlwaysATourist from Maine, USA
Pleasant Small Hotel in the HIllsPosted May 28, 2013
Pros: The room was attractive. The sheets were very high quality. Quite a delight. The view was pleasant.
Cons: The pool area was very small. The adjacent yard had lounges but people tended to crowd around the pool.
Location: Within walking distance of Vence (the old city) and a drive to St. Paul de Vence.
We had a charming double room with a balcony. The bathroom was spacious with nice fixtures and a great shower. The hotel is small and has a garden like atmosphere. The outdoor pool is unheated and there is a small indoor pool...warmer but not really warm. They had a nice hamam with a menthol aroma which was very enjoyable. The gym was disappointing. Of course, maybe I am the only one who goes to the gym on a weekend away. The Staff here is excellent, very attentive and tuned in. The hotel is walking distance to the old city of Vence. It is a drive to St. Paul-de-Vence. I would definitely stay here again. It is not the George V but neither is the price. You can park for free if you have a car. Internet is also free ( a must for me, since I hate to be nickeled and dimed with hidden costs) but you have to use a different pass codes if you have more than one device. Good value for the money. The restaurant had some hits and misses but overall good. Once again, the staff made for an overall enjoyable evening.
for Getaway With Friendsby Neley from Florida
would go back againPosted May 22, 2013 on Hotels.com
The staff was amazing and so helpful
Recommendedby Olivia & Eric
Posted Jul 9, 2012 on Hotels.com
Lovely stay. It was about a half an hour drive from Cannes and Nice and an hour from Moncao at St Maxime which made it an ideal location from which to explore. It was a split level appartment style room - all at ground level. Just one concern in which at check in we had to sign a declaration to say we will use the safe and close the shutters to the rear patio while we were out. They were concerened about burglaries seeing as all appartments are on ground level and accessable from the grounds without going through reception. Never the less our stay was uneventfull, relaxing and peaceful. When in the indoor pool be sure to find the button to turn on the waterfall tap; great massage under there and remember to phone the reception 30 mins ahead of an intended use if the hammam steam room.
for Couplesby Kate
Great value!Posted Jun 2, 2012 on Hotels.com
The hotel is perfectly laid out so that it is small yet the rooms seem far apart. The room was very clean and the bed was very comfortable ( and I have a bad back). The morning breakfast offered sliced breads, baguettes, ham, cheese, other cold meats, pastries, cereal, yogurt, fresh fruit, fruit salad and juices.eggs were also available on request and they even gave me decaf coffee (not always easy to get in France)! The pool was lovely, but we didn't have time to take advantage. I think having a car would be necessary to enjoy the surrounding towns.