MGALLERY HOTEL COLLECTION BUILDS ITS LOCATION ON THE CÔTE D’AZUR WITH THE OPENING OF THE HOTEL:
A 4* hotel steeped in history and solid Art Deco style, the 1932 Hotel & Spa Cap d’Antibes – MGallery will open its doors on June 27th. The second hotel of the MGallery Hotel Collection brand on the Côte d’Azur, it will offer 64 rooms with 4 suites, a private building with its sea and mountain view, a bar Quinto Cielo and a restaurant and a water cooler. A Spa with 3 cabins, a hammam, a sauna, a relaxation room and a wooden dining room will complete the services of the hotel from 2023. Elegance, tranquility and voluptuousness are on the agenda of this beautiful Art Deco changed.
The 1932 Hotel & Spa, a new experience in the heart of Cap d’Antibes
Located on the edge of Cap d’Antibes, overlooking the pine forest of Juan les Pins where the famous jazz concert is held every year, the hotel is less than 100 meters from the beach and 200 meters from the city center. guest house.
Built in 1932 under the direction of architect Georges Dikansky, the Art Deco-style hotel (known as the Hôtel des Ambassadeurs) quickly became part of the Juan les Pins development. . A true architectural nugget, the liner-style house points to the inspiration that turned the Roaring Twenties. The idea of the architect Laurent Maugoust, who was in charge of the renovation, was “never to the convention, nor to the recovery” of the Art Deco style.
Books, moldings, parquet floors have been preserved as much as possible. It gives beauty and without bringing new style and life to the hotel: different types of images and chromatic (black and white, deep green and blue), symmetries, geometric patterns, pastel tones and floral motifs bring softness and freshness and a sense of style. the summer of that place.
The rooms and suites are covered in the taste of life in the South
The hotel offers 64 rooms with 4 suites, each with a private garden and a swimming pool in autumn 2022.
The refined comfort and comfort of the spacious Art Deco rooms with their sea view will delight travelers seeking peace in the effervescence of Juan les Pins; while giving a feeling of summer and holiday chic specific to Cap d’Antibes.
The hotel’s 4 suites reflect the French Riviera of the 1930s:
The “Pajama suite” with a decoration around the beach pajamas – new clothes in vogue since the 1930s under the influence of the stylist Coco Chanel and launched in Juan les Pins – all the elite of the time suitable for evening meals on the beach. the South of France;
The “Jazzy Suite”, in honor of Sidney Bechet, clarinettist and emblematic figure of Antibes-Juan les Pins in the first half of the 20th century, will take customers into the jazz universe;
The “Riva” suite refers to luxury yachts, the symbol of a golden age and a sense of luxury on the Côte d’Azur;
The “La Rolls” suite is based on the Rolls Royce owned by the hotel, a model from the 1930s. The suite gives pride of place to this legendary car that was very common in Antibes in those years, with a beautiful and unique decoration.
Quinto Cielo, the first rooftop restaurant-bar in Cap d’Antibes with sea and mountain views
The Quinto Cielo, the building of the 1932 Hotel & Spa is a small paradise on the roofs, open to all with beautiful views of the Mediterranean. It will open its doors from July 8 for the summer season and will be the first restaurant-bar-rooftop in Cap d’Antibes. Around the kitchen, the bar and the pool, there will be 82 seats to fit the place for a drink, a meal or a lazy time.
Delicious and indulgent, the à la carte specialties focus on sharing. They boast Mediterranean influences with Italian and Spanish accents. As a starter, Apulian stracciatella competes with Iberian ham, and vitello tonnato competes with grilled octopus or sea bream ceviche. The dishes look at the product, with some amazing ideas. The mature Galician prime rib is served on a Japanese barbecue that is smoked with herbs. Fresh truffle pasta features a whole wheel of parmesan cheese. On the food side, there is the same combination of indulgence and sharing, with cookies and giant tiramisus, or for those who love the fresh, ice cream to share and grilled peaches.
For cocktails, the hotel will offer a rich menu and a signature cocktail, the Edgar B. cocktail, based on the locally produced 44°N gin, and inspired by the cocktails of Edgar Baudoin , the emblematic image of Antibes-Juan les Pines.
“The Roaring Twenties of Juan les Pins inspires us. By being open all year round, choosing a high standard and opening some of the most beautiful houses on the Côte d’ Azur, we have good properties to participate in the renewal of travel. said Alexander Gelegs, Director of the 1932 Hotel & Spa Cap d’Antibes – MGallery.
5, Avenue Saramartel – 06160 Antibes Juan les Pins
Phone: 04 92 93 54 54