Four Seasons recently took over the Grand-Hôtel du Cap-Ferrat, the iconic luxury waterfront property. This will be their second property in France, after the Four Seasons Hotel George V in Paris.
Their new resort lies on the tip of the Cap Ferrat peninsula, located between Monaco and Nice. The luxury property is its own destination, but its location on the French Riviera makes it a great place to explore the Côte d’Azure, with easy access to Nice, Monaco, and Cannes.
The Grand-Hôtel du Cap Ferrat has a long 100-year legacy and has hosted influential world leaders, monarchs, and creatives from all over the world. The property is spread over 7 hectares full of lush Mediterranean gardens thriving with lavender and citrus fruits.
The rooms have been designed by Pierre-Yves Rochon, the award-winning designer who also designed the interior of the Four Seasons Hotel George V, and some suites even come with private terraces with infinity pools to maximize your relaxation.
The hotel also features 3 world-class hotels and a luxe spa. The hotel is already accepting groups and has announced special rates for the fall season.
Also joining the Four Seasons family is the second property in Dubai, the Four Seasons Hotel Dubai International Finance Centre, which is scheduled to open in 2016.