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Hotel Eden-Roc Cap d’Antibes presents new suites

Hotel Eden-Roc Cap d’Antibes presents new suites

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The Oetker Collection luxury hotel Hotel du Cap Eden Roc Cap d’Antibes will open April 14 with a reduced number of rooms as suites are renovated and the size expanded for more space. The modernization works are led by Bergit Countess Douglas and include the Eden Roc Pavilion, the main building and theLes Deux Fontaines residence. The interiors feature timeless interiors by Pierre Frey, Loro Piana and Manuel Canovas, using a fresh color palette of blues and whites that represent each building. Marie-Catherine Douglas was brought in as an artistic consultant and made an original selection of postmodern and contemporary artwork by artists such as Andy Warhol, John Baldessari and Alex Katz.

Art and breathtaking views at Eden-Roc Cap d’Antibes

Guests strolling through the Eden Roc Pavilion experience a series of floral paintings by Andy Warhol in the hallway. The 31 junior suites have been renewed through the creative efforts of British interior designer Francis Sultana. Bergit Countess Douglas has ensured that 80% of the decorative elements come from Europe, mainly from France. The junior suites all offer a direct view of the Mediterranean Sea and the Lérins Islands. They are made of natural materials such as cotton, linen and wool in vivid shades of blue, green and white and harmonize beautifully with the colors of the sea, sky and gardens.

The furniture at Eden-Roc Cap d’Antibes in a refreshing white look with softly tinted wood tones evokes the charm of luxurious yachts. Each suite at Eden-Roc Cap d’Antibes features a desk by Philippe Hurel, as well as two custom pieces by Francis Sultana: a private bar console and a glass and bronze shelf called “Ella,” named after one of the hotel’s famous guests – Ella Fitzgerald. The sensational 100 sqm Eden Roc Suite Penthouse has been redesigned in seaside style in soft shades of white, cream and blue. The quiet bedroom features a four-poster bed overlooking the floor-to-ceiling windows. The salon with comfortable sofas, writing and dining table and a well-curated library invites you to relax, almost like at home.

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