Is there life after the Croisette? “Yes”, answer without hesitation the many regulars of the Radisson Blu 1835. They particularly appreciate the situation: installed at the foot of Suquet, at the tip of the Port of Cannes, this five star faces the sea, only the boulevard du Midi separating it from the sandy beaches. An enchanting neighborhood that benefits more than two-thirds of the hotel’s rooms.
This panorama is not, far from it, the unique asset of the house. Here, the interior is well worth the outdoors! The Japanese Yoshioka, disciple of Issey Miyake, watched with talent. He made each room and suite a modern and bright cocoon. Using clean lines, resolutely contemporary materials such as parquet flooring black concrete, a range of colors as cheerful as delicate (white, pink, purple, ivory, gray …), some pieces of furniture stamped Philippe Starck and modern works of art signed Viallat, Maraval or Massaud, the Japanese designer has created refined atmospheres where purity does not prohibit usability.
We will leave nevertheless its nest without regret to go to taste the other happiness of the places. The solarium terrace installed on the roof. The 360 °, the gastronomic bar and restaurant whose only name promises a pleasure of eyes equal to that of the palace. And of course, the Thermes Marins de Cannes, a high-performance wellness center directly connected to the hotel.
Three floors and as many spaces with a distinct vocation. One is dedicated to thalassotherapy: wraps (seaweed, mud, fucus, gel with gelled seawater), jet showers, affusion or underwater, and other hydromassage baths remind us that the Mediterranean has always has been for man a source of well-being. On another level, a second area devoted to relaxation: with swimming pool, steam room, sauna, jacuzzi, herbal tea and organic, a gourmet and natural table. Finally, a third floor welcomes the Beauty Space with its cabins for facials, its hair salon and corners pedicure and manicure.