(23/01/23) Part of Masterpiece Hotels’ Oetker Collection portfolio, the Hotel du Cap-Eden-Roc will reopen on April 14 for the 2023 season, following the renovation of the hotel’s suites.
Under the supervision of Countess Bergit Gräfin Douglas of MM-Design Frankfurt, renovations are underway on the Eden-Roc Pavilion, the main building of the Hotel du Cap, and on the Les Deux Fontaines residence.
Timeless decor speaks to Countess Bergit Gräfin Douglas’ interior selection, detailed by Pierre Frey, Loro Piana and Manuel Canovas in a varied palette of blue and white to reflect the unique character of each building.
Recently renovated suite at Hotel du Cap-Eden-Roc. Image: JMSordello
Marie-Catherine Douglas of Douglas Kunstberatung GmbH provided advice on the artwork, which will present a mix of original postmodern and contemporary works by Andy Warhol, John Baldessari and Alex Katz, as well as other important figures of 20th and 21st century art.
After retiring to the Junior Suites of the Eden-Roc Pavilion overlooking the sea, guests will pass a series of flower paintings by Andy Warhol in the hallway.
All 31 Junior Suites have been completely renovated with creative input from British interior designers Francis Sultana and Countess Bergit Gräfin Douglas, and eighty percent of the suites’ decorative elements come from Europe and most from France.
Each boasts direct views of the Mediterranean Sea and the Lérins Islands and includes natural materials such as cotton, linen and wool in a palette of vibrant blues, pristine whites and shades of green, reflecting the contrast of sea, sky and the hotel’s lush gardens. .
The furnishings embrace the yachting spirit, harmoniously with the soft woods of white. Two special pieces by Francis Sultana include a special bar console and glass and bronze shelves named ‘Ella’, named after one of the hotel’s famous guests, Ella Fitzgerald.
Providing an ideally equipped environment for the possibility of remote working, each suite at the Eden-Roc Pavilion features a writing desk by Philippe Hurel.
The Pavilion’s 100-square-foot Eden-Roc Suite has been redesigned as a seaside penthouse in soft shades of white, cream and teal. The tranquil bedroom features a four-poster bed overlooking floor-to-ceiling windows overlooking the Mediterranean, while the living room invites guests to feel at home with a large sofa, writing desk, dining table and library.
The interior of the suite opens seamlessly to a large teak-wood terrace, which doubles the total living space to 200 square meters and includes an elegant gazebo and jacuzzi to enjoy an invigorating soak with hypnotic blue sea views. The Eden-Roc Suite is a truly stunning space, ideal for hosting a special dinner.
Hotel du Cap Main Building and Les Deux Fontaines Residence
Two paintings by New York-based contemporary artist Landon Metz enliven the central hallway in the main building with their impressive use of color and shape.
Stately and traditional in nature, the main building’s four new one-bedroom suites feature details dating back to the hotel’s 1870 opening – high ceilings, crown sills, period chandeliers and XV. Louis furniture – it will blend with contemporary additions creating a distinguished harmony between the past and the To present.
Suites in a calm palette of cream and sky blue will feature a bronze and limestone coffee table by Alberto Giacometti as well as special details such as a mahogany table and Pinton rug by Maison Tallarda.
In the adjoining Les Deux Fontaines Residence, four Double Rooms have been converted into two 60 m2 Junior Suites, offering guests more comfort for their summer stay in Cap d’Antibes, with newly renovated and bright interiors.
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