Mercure Cannes Croisette Beach4.0 out of 5.0
Recent guest reviews
Not worth a 4.star hotel Despite being a client for several years, the standard has gone down. when I arrived at 14:00 the front desk assured that my room was being cleaned in priority, I waited 3 tours I carried by baggage by myself with no help, as to when I left, despite a 10 euros tip to the the fellow who parked my car, the fridge did not work, the complimentary water bottle was filled up but it was open which is creepy we were 2 people in the room so I assume we had to share.it which is cheap and the next three days no water bottle. As for breakfast the pancakes were cold, obviously the staff was overwhelmed, unable to to handle the the amount of clients, the breakfast is not worth what you pay. The bread was stale. The reception staff except for one man who was embarrassed by the whole situation was unprofessional and just spent more time laughing and making fun of clients. I will not return.
The 2 of us had a weekend away without the kids, the hotel is a good compromise whilst not directly on the sea front its one road back and you can see the sea from your balcony Rooms are fine, quite large and a good size bathroom They do have a beach front area also but its really on works for lunch. My only thing is why do French hotel staff refuse to smile
Thank you for making us so welcome at Mercure Cannes Croisette Beach for our 3 night stay. Every request was provided in a timely and pleasant manner. Lorenzo at reception was extremely friendly and helpful. We were able to leave our luggage at check in as the room was not ready. Upon return it was already in our room. The room was large with a huge bed with a balcony overlooking the garden and pool. Bathroom well equipped and useful mini bar / fridge. The breakfast was very good especially the omelettes that were cooked to order by a lovely lady.
I stayed at Croisette Beach for a week this June for the Cannes Festival of Creativity. I had to make a last minute change and found a room at this hotel. The location was perfect for the festival. Easy walking distance to all festival events, but two blocks in off of the Croisette so it was actually quiet, which was nice at night. The room was modern and clean with a pretty patio and a nice sized modern bathroom and shower. The pool/veranda area was cute and relaxing and there is a private beach area just up the street. Will definitely consider this spot again if I am back for the festival.
We have stayed at Mercure hotels that have been good and not so good. Mercure Croisette Beach was outstandingly good – the best Mercure we’ve stayed in and well located towards one end of the Croisette. From the cool spacious entrance area to the well maintained pool area and garden, from the delightful small dining area next to the bar (lunch here was excellent) to the bar area itself, everything was discreetly classy with colourful touches. Our room was light and spacious with a wooden floor, plenty of cupboard space, a large ultra-modern bathroom with motion sensor lighting and a large balcony. Not only were there tea and coffee making facilities but the cups were china, unlike some Mercure hotels which use disposable cups. The breakfast room, another light, airy room on the first floor, offered an impressive buffet and the tables were not crowded together. There was even an omelette station. Every single one of the staff we encountered was extremely helpful, very polite and friendly. We would definitely choose to stay here again.
We stayed here for two nights in July. Great location just off the Main Street and literally a 3 minute walk to the beach. We had a deluxe king room which was fairly large and had good facilities, clean but decor a little outdated Staff did not go out of their way but were friendly enough and provided everything we needed Pool and the outdoor area was really small which was disappointing as the photos online looked really good. Didn't get much sun and limited chairs so you couldn't tan around the pool Had to pay for parking on site The location and value for money are what made this place worth the stay. Probably wouldn't go back but if you're looking for a moderate option this place was ok
We stayed at this hotel for 2 nights and I can't say how top rate the hotel staff were, from the bellman to bar/wait staff, room cleaners to the reception. They all tried to ensure we were happy and comfortable, and went above and beyond doing so at various points throughout our stay . Even when there was a mix up at the beach, they happily covered for our inconvenience. The rooms were very bright, updated and clean (and I am very particular about my rooms). The prices were competitive for the area. The location is fantastic, even if there is no direct view of the sea. I couldn't have expected a more pleasant place to stay for my 'girl get-away' weekend with my daughters. I look forward to our next visit with you!
My wife and I stayed here from Friday 2nd June until Tuesday 6th June 2017. We had booked the stay, with flights to Nice, via British Airways and the deal was a good one. When we arrived we found they'd allocated us a twin room, and when we asked to change to a double it was done with no fuss and immediately. The room was a larger balcony room on the second floor overlooking the small pool and garden. Very quiet room as asked for,and good blackout curtains to ensure we could sleep in late if we wanted. Good sized room with everything that we needed. Very cumfy bed. TV channel choice OK (BBC world service for news and a few sports channels, otherwise lots of french!). Didn't use the included robes. The room was cleaned daily when we wanted by a lovely and extremely efficient cleaner. Reception staff were all good and friendly, we usually spoke with a really nice man who was very helpful, we think David. Breakfast was served on the first floor, was buffet style and included hot food like scrambled eggs bacon sausage, as well as the usual extensive cold items and breads pastry etc. As Brits abroad we had tea with cold milk, and it was fine. Friendly and efficient staff. We did not eat at lunch or dinner time at the hotel, but only because we had other restaurants we'd picked out before the trip. The location was excellent, being about half way along the Croisette, but just behind the really posh and expensive hotels lining that road. There was a private beach just along from the hotel that we used for one day, which we felt was quite good value at 18 Euro each for a lounger, towels, and shade, although the 'front line' we had was a bit cramped (some of the 5 star hotel private beaches had much more space....but I expect they charged much more). We figured that if you take a deck chair on many UK beaches / parks you still have to pay......and this is Cannes for goodness sake, so other reviewers moaning about this please think on. No real negative points to mention. Would certainly come back to this hotel for reasons above....especially bearing in mind the ridiculous prices of some of the neighbouring hotels. Well done Mercure!
We spent two nights here and found it a really lovely hotel, which we would definitely use again. The lobby area was very inviting and the front desk staff very helpful and welcoming. Our room was not huge but perfectly adequate for a couple of nights. It was clean, well-furnished and very comfortable with a good-sized, modern bathroom. Location-wise it is well situated just a minute’s walk from the seafront and about 10-15 minutes' walk from the centre of town and the old town of Cannes. Parking is valet-only.
Stayed here as part of a tour group so I can't say much about the value or price/night. Perfect location, 1/2 block from the Boulevard de la Croisette which is the primary road next to the beach. The Carleton hotel is just to the front of the Mercure and if you want to feel like a star, you can spring for lunch there but stay at the Mercure for the value. Decent sized rooms, with mini-bar/refrigerators, hardwood floors. Bathrooms include two robes, and two sets of very thick, big fluffy towels. Rooms are quiet but I left my slider door open and some crazy birds were screaming one night. Breakfast was included in my room rate and it does not disappoint. Flaky croissants, big selection of sausage, meats, fruit, yogurt, cereal and hot beverages are brought to the table. Other restaurants and small grocers are within two blocks on all sides of the hotel. Parking seems to be an issue everywhere; inquire if you're bringing a rental. Highly recommend this value hotel.
- Walking distance to Palace of Festivals and Congress Hall and La Croisette
- Free WiFi in rooms and public areas
- Outdoor pool
Mercure Cannes Croisette Beach places you within a 15-minute stroll of popular sights such as Palace of Festivals and Congress Hall and La Croisette. This 4-star hotel has 94 guestrooms and offers conveniences like a bar/lounge, a private beach, and an outdoor pool. It's in central Cannes and also close to Cannes Harbour and Cannes City Hall.
Buffet breakfast is offered for a fee each morning from 6:30 AM to 10:30 AM. Order from room service to satisfy your hunger without leaving your room, or make new friends over drinks at the bar/lounge.
The 94 rooms are soundproofed and have an array of amenities, including minibars, coffee makers, and free bottled water. Flat-screen TVs come with satellite channels, and guests can stay connected with free WiFi. Bathrooms offer hair dryers and free toiletries, and beds are dressed in premium bedding. Other standard amenities include safes, phones, and desks.
Mercure Cannes Croisette Beach features an outdoor pool, free WiFi in public areas, and 2 meeting rooms. Valet parking is EUR 20 per day if you plan to drive, or hop aboard the airport shuttle (available 24 hours) for EUR 90 per vehicle one way. The 24-hour front desk has multilingual staff ready to assist with dry cleaning/laundry, concierge services, and luggage storage. Other amenities at this family-friendly hotel include a 24-hour business center, a computer station, and a library.
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74% of guests recommend this hotelTotal of 474 reviews