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- Shuttle bus service
- Minbar in room
- Reduced mobility rooms
- Non-smoking hotel
- Multilingual staff
- Room service
TripAdvisor Reviews Hotel Anthurium Santo Stefano al Mare
Travel Blogs from Santo Stefano al Mare
... part of the Grand Prix , along the waterfront and past the array of yachts and cruisers that had to been seen to be believed. These boats are privately owners and are much sort rafter for the Grand Prix week. A number are chartered and this is where the private parties take place. I have also never seen so many luxury cars ,all mostly black. The long walk ended back near the apartment and into an Irish pub for dinner ...
... building which we just had to take photos of. We walked a little further, wondering why it was so hard to find a casino in Monte Carlo … weren't they just everywhere. Eventually we found the Jimmy Z Casino but came into the back of it so we walked past and there in front of us was the front of the huge building we had just seen, it had two porters standing at the front, so boldly we entered and were told we had had to leave our backpacks in the cloak room ...
... pockets but you have no idea how good they are because I had my phone taken out of my bag and didn't feel a thing, only opened my bag once together my purse out to pay for something and in the short time I was paying must have managed to take it out of the pocket of my handbag which holds my phone. Not happy but at least it was not my wallet, from now on will be wearing a money belt under my clothing as they say it is worse in Rome. Have to get a police report ...
... reminds me of a natural version of Gardens by the Bay!
Motto of Eze was " Moreindo Renascor" or "In death I am reborn".
There some hotel there too and wow the porters going up with the luggages were quite amazing.
Buses ran very irregularly so as to not wait 3 hours for the next bus to Monaco we rushed through the village. It would have otherwise been nice to spend the afternoon there. With its chapel, great views and quaint ...
... leaving Cannes picked up the road to Monaco, travelled through some amazing geographical landscape and tunnels. on arrival at monaco we parked up on the chevrons (which in france seems to be Oh so standard) we dekitted at the side of the road, much to Julie's disgust (it was on a roundabout - from leathers to sarong and vest avec flip flops) took a walk along the marina (had to use GPS to ascertain the circuit route) we worked out we had already travelled along 1/4 of ...