- Charges for extra guests may apply and vary depending on the property's policy.
- A cash deposit or credit card for incidental charges, as well as a government-issued photo ID, are required at check-in.
- Special requests are subject to availability at the time of check-in and can't be guaranteed. Certain requests may come with additional charges.
- The following credit cards are accepted: American Express, Diners Club, MasterCard, and Visa.
- No rollaway or extra beds are available.
Novotel Cannes Montfleury4.0 out of 5.0
Recent guest reviews
It's really a ten minute's walk from the Croisette, in a charming neighbourhood with gardens and old villas. I was upgraded to room 341 with a view of the Esterel, the gardens and the pool and a sheltered balcony. In spite of the strong wind, I had dinner on the balcony in a t-shirt in January ! The room service was quick, and unobtrusive. The room was comfortable, the bed great . The style and the amenities feel slightly dated but at the price it was not an issue.
Got a good deal with BA and this was the hotel. If you get the train to Cannes, it will be a 5 min taxi drive or 20 minute walk dragging a suitcase. Its reception is large and airy with a small bar to the side. We visited the bar twice and did give up waiting on one occasion. The room was comfortable with a large balcony. There was water in the fridge and toiletries in the bathroom. Towels were small. On the whole the room could have done with some updating. We didn't eat here or use any of facilities.
We stayed here for a week in June and this time we again had a nice stay as usual. Two inconveniences : the room was sometimes too cold. No possibility to heat. Also we had to constantly re-initialise the key cards (10 times or more).
Stayed here with Travel Department on 20th October for one week. The hotel is lovely and our overall experience was good. However, the lack of staff seriously affects the service provided. The bar was hardly open at night and if you wanted a drink you had to go to the restaurant and ask someone to come out to serve you. One night we were told the bar was closing at 10pm. The breakfast service was constantly running out of items and it seemed to take ages for anything to be replaced, again purely due to staff shortage. Any request seemed to take a few days to be actioned. We asked for milk for our room and it took two days to arrive. The rooms were cleaned daily and that service was excellent. Sebastian and Laure in the restaurant / bar always went out of their way to help and are assets to the hotel. If the service was improved here, and the rest of the staff were a bit friendlier, it would be a great place to stay.
Terrible experience, for the N-time. I am obliged to go there every year as my company reserves there during a trade show, and the same experience repeats itself, until when, tired, I decided that it was too much. The room smells rancid, it might be the carpeting that has not been changed since ages. Even leaving the window open all the time, it does not solve the problem. The bathroom does not see any maintenance since long time, even the most basic. Dark yellowish crusts around the sink faucet, in the corners of the floor; dark moist where the sink joins the marble (silicon is coming off, not replaced since ages). Rather discusting. The transparent panel that should prevent the water from the shower to go out, misses the rubber gasket completely, so the bathroom is flooded when a shower is taken. When I warned reception on my first day, they said they would report it, but no fixing was done. Reception just avoids conflicts but does not fix problems. Price paid: 200 euro a night. A place to avoid.
This is a good hotel in many respects but the management and service is appalling. After leaving for the airport at 2 a.m. we arrived at 10:30 a.m. and were told our room would be ready at 3 p.m. Called to reception three times to be told our room was ready and then that 'Oh no there is a problem' [words I'd hear daily at reception as complaints seemed to be frequent] we finally got a room at 5:30 p.m. In fairness to the manager all those effected were offered a meal with wine a few nights later. The meal was indifferent but the wine most welcome. Rooms: All have balconies either facing the garden/pool or the road. Our room was clean but others I spoke to said they were not happy with theirs. The room was clean and reasonably spacious with a comfortable bed. Our kettle worked [others said the kettle in their room would not boil] and tea/coffee was replaced daily. The air conditioning was ineffective and centrally controlled. Breakfast: Something for everyone although 'hot' food was often cold. On one day there were no plates and when I complained I was told 'what's your problem? There are cereal bowls'. Pool: Fine for me but a no go area for non-swimmers as it goes from 1.6 to 2.1 metres.Yes, it's unheated but so is the sea...this is southern France, not Norway.t this time of year debris from the overhanging trees was falling into the pool and covering the surface. When I was there no attempt was made to clear this.Towels were supposed to be supplied at the pool but were not available on 22 of the 3 days we wanted to use the facilities. Shuttle: Was rarely available during our first four days which was important for me as I have a bad hip.it's not a ten minute walk to the beech even if you are fit...more like 15 going and at least 20 up the hill going back. Reception Bar: Bar staff seemed to be working elsewhere in the hotel concurrently only appearing at the bar every 15-20 minutes.Drinks were overpriced of course and I was short changed twice as were two others I spoke to.Sometimes they said there was no change and took the note away, presumably to the other bar, to get change, returning 15-20 minutes later. Staff/Service: Mostly friendly but some very rude.It was plain the hotel is short-staffed and there was no cover for staff that didn't turn up. People having meals in their room left out the trays of leftovers in the hallway outside their doors and these were often left all day including in one case over 24 hours. Not good hygiene practice I suspect. Overall: Not a bad hotel for a single night. Frustrating to use for much longer. My impression is that the hotel is only interested in business and conference clientele.They certainly seemed to get the attention of the staff whereas tourists are treated almost as a nuisance. No doubt the manager will have ready excuses as he does on any other negative comments. As a very experienced traveller I would advise you to stay at this hotel only if you have no choice.
Hôtel needs serious renovation. Parking almost insalubrious. Unpleasant personnel. Impossible to relax due to continuous noise nuisances especially in the evening (karaoke). Food is average. All in all miles aways from the Côte d'Azur standards.
My plane was two hours late, and I just arrived at 23:30. No one at reception, no aircon in the lobby, the temperature is actually cooler outside. Finally a nice young lady shows up to check me in, and advises me that room service has closed down, that there are only two small bottles of water in the room fridge, but I can get diet cokes from the lobby fridge and order room food delivery online from an outside place. Up to the fourth floor with no cart for my luggage, the keys to the room don't work, so back to the lobby, with the luggage. 00:15: In the room at last! Temperature there: 25C. I switch on the aircon. WiFi is free but frightfully slow, and the food delivery site too uninspiring. Has the look of a porn site. I pass. Call my GF to tell her how disappointed I am. In the seventies, this place was quite classy, I had such fond memories of several great stays during the film festival... And Novotel used to be a rather upmarket chain. I thought I couldn't go wrong. Well, sic transit gloria mundi, I should have checked TripAdvisor! Is my Diamond Accor Card really worth anything? I will sleep over it. 01:10, time to go to sleep. 24 C in the room with aircon, 20 C outside. Shall I open the window? With tiger mosquitoes in the area, better not. More tomorrow...
Day 1. Me, my husband and our 2 daughters age 2 and 6 arrive to the hotel at 22:45 after a tiring journey. Check in. The receptionist is pretty and smiling. We can not get any food even though it says that restaurant is opened until 23:30. Can kids get a piece of baguette? No. Chips? Nuts? Anything? No. At the bar: we are closing. But you can have ice cream. Can we get two plates? No we don't have them. Do you think that restaurant had them? Maybe! Okay should I myself go in and find them? Okay. Day 2. Breakfast. Oops, dirty plate. Accident. Oops, one more. Every day. Just choose carefully before you put smth on it. Omelet made of powder eggs! Wow! No fresh eggs at all! No pancakes, cheap tomatoes with no smell or taste, cucumbers sliced in 2 cm pieces. Is there a playground? No. 3 days later we find Reception sells wine. But no wine opener. Can we get a lighter? No. Slippers? No. Towels in spa? No. Bathrobes? No. Next days went in the same style of service with no-attitude. Lunch and dinner. Expensive and tastes awful. Not at all French quality. Shuttle to the center: problems 3 days in a row. Take a taxi if you want. 25 euro. Bathroom: not nice, old, needs reparation. Pool: 1,60 to 2,10 and a small pool for kids. Otherwise difficult for those who are not good at swimming. A lot of sharp edges. Have seen a lady cutting her finger badge in the pool. Playground? No. Oops, we found one on the other side of the fence but they closed the entrance to it from the hotel in order to force people to but lunch st the hotel and not at Kiosque that sold sandwiched etc at this playground. Wow. Disappointed. Have been a Novotel guest for many years both in France, Germany etc.
Great hotel situated in a convenient area with shuttle bus that can be pre-arranged. Parking on site that is paid for or else loads of free roadside parking near by. Lovely rooms and nice pool. Drinks expensive...but it's the Riviera!!
- Close to La Croisette and Palace of Festivals and Congress Hall
- Free WiFi in rooms and public areas
- Onsite dining
- Fitness center
Novotel Cannes Montfleury places you within a mile (2 km) of popular attractions like La Croisette and Palace of Festivals and Congress Hall. This 182-room, 4-star hotel has a restaurant along with conveniences like free in-room WiFi and a fitness center. Also near this California - Pezou hotel are Mace Beach and Cannes Harbour.
In addition to a meal at the onsite restaurant, you can also enjoy a drink at the bar/lounge. Savor a meal from the privacy of your room with room service, or get a pick-me-up at the coffee shop/café. For your convenience, breakfast is available for a fee.
Novotel Cannes Montfleury's 182 air-conditioned rooms provide balconies or patios, minibars, and coffee makers. TVs come with cable channels and pay movies, and guests can stay connected with free WiFi. Beds sport premium bedding and bathrooms offer hair dryers and free toiletries. Free weekday newspapers, free bottled water, and safes are also standard.
Guests of Novotel Cannes Montfleury have access to a children's pool, a fitness center, and indoor tennis courts. If you drive, self parking is EUR 15 per night, and there's also a free area shuttle. The 24-hour front desk has multilingual staff ready to assist with dry cleaning/laundry, luggage storage, and securing valuables. Other amenities at this family-friendly hotel include free WiFi in public areas, 15 meeting rooms, and a business center.
Reviews from Trip Advisor
68.0% of guests recommend this hotelTotal of 823 reviews