The House at Cannes opened its doors in October 2008, the newest addition to the award winning The House at.. series of exclusive boutique retreats. The height of elegance and state-of-the-art design finds a natural home overlooking the Bay of Cannes in one of the world's most glamorous destinations.
In the heart of the city's beautiful Historic Conservation District, the 200 year old villa has been restored and renovated to the highest specifications, with bespoke touches inside and out. The villa, with its creamy facade and imposing entrance, sits regally in mature gardens of palm trees and scented blooms, with an impressive vista to the sea and is a mere ten minute walk to the famous Croisette and the Palais des Festivals.
The House at Cannes is the premier choice as a film location, venue for fashion shows, gala parties, conferences and product launches. As a holiday retreat, it offers the best in modern luxury, with every need catered to individual taste for an unforgettable holiday on the Cote D'Azur.
The House sleeps up to ten people in its five en-suite bedrooms, each with bespoke cabinets designed and built by Jason Maclean of Maclean Interiors and Yusef Haniffa.
Design is a key element of the House and we are delighted to be working again with British Fashion House Eley Kishimoto, who have developed one off screen prints and wallpapers exclusively for The House at Cannes.
Select areas of each wardrobe are lined with specially designed Eley Kishimoto prints, giving each room its own signature style.
All beds are dressed with fresh linen from The White Company, one of Britain's finest purveyors of luxury linen and accessories. With Sisal and wool flooring by Alternative Flooring, a leading supplier and specialist in design-led natural floors.
The House's living areas are the essence of comfort and style with a 10 seat tuft time sofa and a fully equipped kitchen and dining areas.
The bathrooms are the epitome of functional elegance, the best of British and Irish designers producing bathroom products under the moniker UsTogether have fitted the master bathroom with their ultra modern bathroom concept, the Ebb bathroom. The strikingly visual, flowing, structure of Ebb is akin to a floating ribbon linking each bathroom fixture.
The House at Cannes is proud to be the first property in the world to provide guests with this special bathing experience. (See a post on UsTogether and all their bathroom collections here)
All bathrooms are fully stocked with plush towels from The White Company as well as complimentary Kiehl's cleansing products and fitted with Vola and Boffi fixtures, including their innovative "pipe shower". This is a House for the discerning guest, with an appreciation for design and exceptional function.
The House at Cannes boasts a fifteen person screening room with a large flat screen TV and a working bar, as perfect for a private industry screening as a cozy night in.
For outdoor relaxation, barbecue and entertaining, the tiered gardens provide a refreshing outdoor setting surrounded by tropical palms and grasses and enclosed in natural bamboo fencing.
The kidney shaped pool and jacuzzi are intricately lined with exclusive flash print mosaic tiles from Eley Kishimoto in black and white and is fitted with an alarm for safety of younger guests.
Cannes-Mandelieu and Nice international airports are within 30 minutes from The House at Cannes. Alternatively, helicopters can be set at the rear of the Palais des Festivals.
Design and build:
Jason Maclean (Maclean Bespoke Interiors) / Yusef Haniffa (Hanridge Services)
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Other individuals and companies who made The House at Cannes possible:
Chris Tubbs Photography
The White Company
The Alternative Flooring Company
Robert Welch Designs
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