Pierre & Vacances Premium Residence Port Prestige
Travel Blogs from Antibes
... where guests can swim laps in the magnificent swimming pool and sip Dom Pérignon in peace on the Lounge Terrace. The gourmet scene is of course Michelin starred; offering multiple options to suit every pallet, while the Pierre-Yves Rochon-designed Le Spa ensure guests top-of-the line services.
The grand façade of the hotel leads into interiors that are elegant and understated, with cream-and-white marble and the occasional touch of color: a Murano glass ...
... catching train to start my new job.
Success: - I GOT A JOB
My first week I learnt more then my brain could probably ever retain. After 2 days I got to experience a 5day charter and pretty much experience the most nerves I ever have in my entire life. I ate so much food, and slept very little. I drank a lot of tea and coffee, and got to see place including St Tropez, and Pompelle. I learnt how to drive a tender, and how to tie some ...
We started out with the buffet breakfast in the main dining room. One again, the spread, and choices they gave us were just what we were hungry for. After breakfast we decided to venture into town. In this particular case it was not the town of Antibes, but the neighboring beach town of Jaun Les Pins, because it was much closer. The kids are not really into shopping, so going into Antibes for the shopping they have in the walled city would have been a waste of time. It ...
20th May. After a quick breakfast it was back across the river to the town of Avignon, to explore the old town. After a brief visit to tourist information we set out to explore and expand on our collection of photos. We spotted a church tower which had a couple of large figures in the belfry and as it was approaching midday we thought we would stop for a coffee and see if the figures put on a show at the top of the hour. As the appointed time rapidly approached we ...
... br> Monday we had to go and look for George Clooney at the Cannes Film Festival that was in full swing. We saw a lot of photographers trying to get a good shot of anyone. The traffic in town was just chaos (just as well we came by train). The entire beach was just covered with tents for functions and security was everywhere and every second person was wearing a name tag trying to look important. After a few hours of walking around and a nice ...
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- Free High-Speed Internet
- Swimming pool
- Wheelchair accessibility
- Pets allowed