The Réserve de Beaulieu

Only a few months after it opened nearly 130 years ago, a good food critic said, ‘The Réserve de Beaulieu is the restaurant of kings and the king of restaurants’. The years have passed and the Beaulieu restaurant is still living up to its name. The most discerning customers remain attracted by its terrace overlooking the sea, its stylish service, elegancy, and cellar full of the best French vintages. What’s more, it features regularly among the best places to eat in France and proudly sports one star in the Michelin Guide. The Réserve de Beaulieu has 39 rooms and suites, all decorated with loving care with period furniture or pieces made to measure by a cabinetmaker. The walls are covered in delicate frescoes with a decidedly Mediterranean feel with bouquets of flowers, cornucopias, bowls of fruit and bunches of grapes.
In 2002 and 2003, the Réserve de Beaulieu enriched its hotel offer with two private apartments called ‘Victoria’ and ‘Mistinguett’. The first of the two duplexes pays tribute to England’s most famous queen. The British monarch was a regular visitor to the Riviera during the 19th century. With two large bedrooms, each with its own private bathroom, a large dressing room and a huge sitting room, this is the perfect haven for a family holiday. The ambiance is more imaginative and glamorous in the Villa Mistinguett. This is to be expected, as it is named after the woman who will always remain the queen of ‘Paris by night’. Designed just for two, its 90m² saloon has a big screen, a desk with a PC and Internet connection and a private bar. The second floor is reached via a private lift or a large spiral staircase. Here guests discover a huge bedroom, a bathroom containing a hammam shower and an immense 125m² terrace with a panoramic view over the sea. 

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