The rule here at Mimozas Resort, 4 star hotel for families in Mandelieu la Napoule, a few kilometers from Cannes, is simple and effective: if the kids are happy so are mum and dad. Younger children, aged 4 to 12 years, can indulge in the fun of the kids’ club, of course, kept under control by dedicated staff, while teenagers, between 13 and 17 years, have a teen club just for them: an entire portion garden designed for their needs for space and recreation. We are in Cannes, lest we forget, and next to the tennis and table tennis, there is the petanque, the exciting variant of the game of bowls. Then there are bikes for hire, and the trails in the nature park along the banks of the Siagne, the boats from which to get carried away and picnic areas. Yes, when the kids are happy, the parents are too.
If it is true that before you get going to enjoy a well-deserved holiday, the journey has already begun with the imagination, what better than to dream of being on the French Riviera to the lights of the sunset with a cool glass of beer in hand or a nice scented wine glass? Here come into play the talent and experience of Licakis Alexandre, number one of the new restaurant that serves traditional tastes with fresh products worked every day on site. Children are strictly prohibited, but for parents connoisseurs and lovers of the quality, the selection of gin, vodka, whiskey and cocktails represents a challenge to grasp.
The suites with 1, 2 or 3 bedrooms: whatever the size of the family there is room for everyone. They are equipped with American kitchen with everything you need at your fingertips, and balconies or terraces that overlook the green.
Among many of the 4 star Mimozas Resort strengths it is the equipped spa consists of a Jacuzzi, sauna, hammam, two cabins of treatments and one tisanerie space. And then there’s the pool, which is surrounded by manicured gardens and comfortable sun loungers. Suitable naturally seasonal, it allows to warm in the sun of the French Riviera and to swim in an exclusive environment. The variable depth allow swimmers to stay in shape and small, so it is also conducted a mini-pool complete with a playground, to splash and frolicking until, tired, you grant an ice cream or a refreshing drink for a gourmet break .
Who says Mimozas Resort can not think of the well-known “Old Course” of Cannes-Mandelieu, golf 18 holes, 74 hectares and 4,000 pines. Even without being experts on bats and balls, it is impossible not to take off his hat in front of the oldest course on the Mediterranean. Founded by Grand Duke Mikhail Romanov of Russia in 1891, stepping quest’erbetta it means putting in the footsteps of the old aristocracy. Cross the cross-Siagne River along the way and enjoy a glass of rosé contemplating life from the club terrace is an exclusive experience that few can claim to have lived. Cannes is his motto: “Life is a celebration.”
What is the French Riviera? Endless sunny beaches, charming towns, glamorous yachts and many famous celebrities. Time passes, but this piece of coast keeps the Belle Époque alive. The list of cities to visit is very long and it is always just a foot from Cannes to Saint-Tropez, Nice, Antibes, Villefranche-sur-Mer and St-Jean-Cap-Ferrat. The cultural aspect is dominant for the presence of a hundred museums and over 150 galleries housing works by Picasso, Matisse and Bizet. In Saint-Tropez the majority of the most beautiful sandy beaches is concentrated in the southwest of the city, on the Bay of Pampelonne. For those looking for a bit ‘more relaxing there are those of Menton, “the pearl of France”. About a dozen private beaches, with lots of opportunities for water sports, represent an interesting opportunity.
Hyères is a medieval town known for its palm trees, to the area of the Giens peninsula, for Iles d’Hyeres and for all’Almanarre beaches, ideal for windsurfing. The small principalities of Monaco is famous for its casino, an imposing palace full of frescoes, sculptures and an atrium with marble and gold. More generally, Monte Carlo offers stunning views and a luxurious environment. First popularized by Coco Chanel, the beaches are an attraction for everyone.
Just then move inland from the coast of the French Riviera to discover pristine lands and surprisingly little jokes from mass tourism: timeless landscapes, perfumes and vineyards, medieval towns on the hills of the Massif de l’Esterel. Here the magic takes shape: the big attempt to stop time and go back to childhood and the smallest value to the end the pleasure of the parents to enjoy an exclusive holiday.
- - Spa with Jacuzzi, sauna, hammam, two cabins of treatments and one tisanerie space
- - Outdoor Swimming Pool
- - Tennis court
- - Golf Course "Old Course" of Cannes-Mandelieu
- - Table Tennis
- - Cycling
- - Bikes
- - Library
- - Evening entertainment
- - Garden
- - Pets Allowed
- - TV flat screen, international channels and DVD player
- - Wi-Fi
- - Air conditioning and heating
- - Washing machine and dryer, iron and ironing board, washing line
- - Entertainment Staff
- - Mini club for children from 4 to 12 years
- - Teen club for children from 13 to 17 years
- - Play area
- - Garden