Novotel Cannes Montfleury
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TravelPod Member ReviewsThe Rainbow Connection Alice Springs
you going to need you car to go to La croisette , little bit outside the night life of Cannes
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I stayed here during the Cannes Film Festival and it was an excellent hotel. The rooms were expensive but very nice. The hotel staff was very friendly and helpful and the overall service was excellent. During the film festival the hotel offers a special all day free shuttle to and from the festival. It's great!
The only bad things are for some reason the centrally controlled high-tech air conditioning system does not really cool down the room adequately. And the drinks by the pool were outrageously expensive and the bartenders were not very skilled at making drinks. My margarita was terrible!
But overall I really enjoyed my stay and I would definitely stay here again.....
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Historical Traveler Reviews The Rainbow Connection Alice Springs
Très bon hôtel, petits déjeuners excellents !
Nous avons logé à cet hôtel lors d'une visite de la France en mai dernier. L'hôtel est très très moderne et les chambres sont très jolies bien qu'un peu petites. Les lits sont excellents et les salles de bains sont propres. La meilleure partie est le restaurant qui sert des superbes petits déjeuners et des dîners encore meilleurs avec plusieurs sortes de pains français. Les plats principaux sont paradisiaques. C'est un endroit vraiment très agréable. Le seul inconvénient est que cet hôtel est loin de la ville mais l'hôtel propose une sorte de navette.
Un bon hôtel loin de la foule
J'y ai passé 5 nuits en août 2005. Je suis d'accord avec le commentaire du 8 juin 2005, la chambre était propre, mais petite, idem pour la salle de bains. Le personnel était serviable. Les menus étaient limités au restaurant et la climatisation ne pouvait pas être réglée en dessous de 23,5 degrés C. Mon seul reproche est que j'ai été choqué de devoir payer 8 euros chaque jour pour louer un transat à la piscine de l'hôtel.
Le parking souterrain gratuit était un plus. La ville est à 10 minutes à pied.
J'y retournerais volontiers.
Great hotel excellent breakfast!
We stayed in this hotel as part of a tour of France last May. The hotel is very very modern and the rooms are very nice although a little small. The beds are excellent and the bath rooms are clean. The best part is the restaurant which serves great breakfast and even better dinner with many different types of french made breads on offer. The main dishes that the restaurant have is just heaven. This is an exceedingly nice place to stay. Its only drawback is that its far from town but the hotel does have a shuttle service of sorts.
Good hotel away from the crowds
Stayed for 5 nights in Aug 05. I would agree with the comments from the guest posted June 8 2005, Room was clean but not large, bathroom similar. Staff helpful. Limited restaurant menu and a/c that does not go below 23.5 C. Only gripe was having to pay 8 Euros to hire a sunbed by the hotel swimming pool every day during July and August, which was a shock. Underground parking fee of charge was a bonus. 10 mintes walk into town.
Would stay there again
Pretty good stay
Recently stayed there for 9 nights during the Film Festival. Was expecting a horrendous stay, based on previous reviews...and was quite surprised how good it was.
The room was fresh, comfortable, and decent sized...not luxuriously large....bathroom was updated, but small. Overall it was comfortable. It was quiet, and for the Festival time, an oasis in a noisy town.
Gripes: limited menu restaurant, A hotel bar that closes at 12:30am....
room a/c that couldn't go below a certain hotel pre-set that was ok, but not chilly.
The front desk was helpful, the shuttles into town were reliable..and the walk back uphill not too difficult.
The rates were on the high side ( 300 euros a night), but consistent with Cannes hotels for the Festival. Wireless internet was fairly expensive, but available.
Have stayed at this hotel many times over the last few years when it was owned by the Radisson and now Novotel (Accor) group. My experience of the hotel has always been fantastic. The rooms are of a good size with balcony looking over the pool or the mountainside and offer all the facilities that a hotel of this rating provides. The pool area is excellent, clean and quite although at peak times can get busy. Location of the hotel is superb, up in the California hills which is very peaceful with the main promenade of Cannes only approx a 10mins walk. Staff have always been friendly and helpful.
The resturant has an excellent setting near the pool but have only had breakfast at the hotel which can be expensive.
On my last vist the booking was double booked and no a room was not available. After being sent to another hotel, the all suites (not impressed), went back and were offered a sea view room at another hotel in there chain the Sofitel. Now thats another story...........superb.
Best buffet breakfast we've ever seen!
Stayed B and B for long weekend. Well satisfied with Hotel and rooms.Hotel staff very attentive, breakfast superb. It was out of town, but hotel minibus was frequent and reliable. Taxis on Sunday. We will certainly return, and will use same hotel group when in Nice soon.
Stayed here however between booking and going changed from Radisson to Novotel - I can see why.
Very tired needs major refurb.
Rooms small and dingy.
Staff young but try.
Pool shared with residents from appartments - noisy!
Main resturaunt closed
Away from all amenities
We stayed at the Radisson in Cannes last month and found it to be a lovely hotel. As you would expect with the world renown hotel chain, everything was as it should be. The hotel is situated away from the main hustle and bustle of the town, but in reality this means that its perfect for a peaceful getaway, and it doesnt take long to walk down to the shops/restaurants on the promenade anyway. AND they have parking! For hotels in France, this hotel is way above average.PetaMar-2003
TripAdvisor Reviews The Rainbow Connection Alice Springs
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