Grand-Hotel du Cap-Ferrat celebrates 100th anniversary with refurbishment

New suites and spa to be added to the property

Grand-Hotel du Cap-Ferrat: 100th anniversary refurbishment
Grand-Hotel du Cap-Ferrat: 100th anniversary refurbishment

The Grand-Hotel du Cap-Ferrat is celebrating its 100th anniversary with an extensive refurbishment.

The Cote d'Azur property is scheduled to reopen in May 2009 with 73 rooms and suites, including eight new 85sqm suites with private plunge pools, and 16 new deluxe sea-view rooms.

Its Le Cap Restaurant is relocating to ground level to provide outdoor terrace dining in summer.

An additional all day dining restaurant is being built.

A new 750sqm spa and garden with sea views is also being added next year.

The hotel has traditionally opened only during summer but from 1 May 2009, it will open year-round.

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