A trip to Cannes is not only synonymous with luxury. Haute couture boutiques, renowned restaurants and trendy clubs are popular. However, you will quickly notice that to visit the city of stars, is also to lift the curtain on its history. From our hotels, meet up at Le Suquet. This picturesque district is little known to travelers. However, it offers a nice break with its steep and narrow streets. A multitude of small restaurants have settled here. Continue on your way up to the Castre Château. A breathtaking view of the bay awaits you. The castle museum will appeal to history buffs. Going down, your steps will lead you near the Vieux-Port, an unmissable place for strolling in Cannes. Between the beach and the Palais des festivals, it is particularly pleasant at sunset. From there, you can extend the ride on the famous Croisette. Sit in the blue chairs, for a tête-à-tête with the sea.