Radisson Blu 1835 Hotel & Thalasso

Address: 2 bd Jean Hibert, Cannes, French Riviera - Cote d'Azur, Provence, 06400, France | 4 star hotel
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This 4 star hotel, located in the San Rafael area of Cannes, is near Palais des Festivals, Rue Meynadier, Le Croisette Casino Barriere de Cannes, and Musee de la Castre.
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      Travel Blogs from Cannes

      Day Eighteen - Cannes

      A travel blog entry by mikeyhand on Jun 30, 2014

      8 photos

      ... The short walk to the beach was littered with great shops and restaurants, I'm sure if we stayed over we would hit up that road a lot. It is Rue de Antibes. The other road, Croisette, is all high end shops. When we got back, France was playing Algeria in the World Cup. It seems there is a pattern here. Were in Chile, they win. We have a layover in Colombia, they win. We are in France and of course, they ...

      Nicer than Monaco

      A travel blog entry by stephgraeme on Sep 06, 2013

      ... a few market stalls set up. As a lot of people have said, the French are very arrogant and don't really want to speak to you, but occasionally you find a friendly one. We stumbled across Wendy and Richard writing cards so stood and had a beer with them, but didn't stay because there were no seats left and our little legs were getting tired. Walked back along the waterfront and back ...

      Old Nice is Nicer!

      A travel blog entry by mjc63 on Jul 10, 2013

      2 comments, 7 photos

      ... the beach are dumped there each year to help stop erosion caused by the building of the promenade. Also the white picket fences sectioning off the beach delineate the jurisdiction of the hotels for selling you chairs and umbrellas for the day.
      The ride up the hill was pretty tame and only lasted about a kilometre or two. At the top the views over Nice were magnificent and the stark difference between the two halves of the city are very apparent. ...


      A travel blog entry by vicproc on Oct 12, 2012

      28 photos

      ... club, although full of rich
      young adults/middle aged people, not quite the average student night I am used
      to at max 2.50 a drink...this was 16€ a drink!!!! Afterwards we
      walked along the beach with crystal clear water and eventually found a taxi (40
      mins later) to take us home. Tired, we slept in until 1pm and got up just in
      time for me to catch my train at 3pm. Although short but sweet it was a great
      getaway and nice to see a good friend.


      Sunshiny days!

      A travel blog entry by becka.jayne on Sep 08, 2012

      1 comment, 4 photos

      ... were interesting, but in a lot of places it was the sculptured and painted ceilings that wowed me. After a three course lunch to recover from all the walking, we made it to the Notre Dame, which I wasn't that impressed from outside. The high gothic arches, multitudes of stained glass windows and beautiful statues inside were stunning though, and one of my top Paris moments. Yesterday we said au revoir to Paris and are now in Nice, on the Mediterranean coast. The ...