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  • 04/12/202205/12/2022
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B&B HOTELS in Antibes, 2 hotels

Book a hotel in Antibes

Located in the Alpes-Maritime department, part of the greater Provence Alpes-Côte d’Azur region, and near the city of Nice, Antibes enjoys an ideal location between the Mediterranean Sea and the Mercantour National Park, situated south of the Alps. Our establishments right in the heart of the Antipolis technology park make it possible for you to enjoy the mild climate and to visit the most beautiful seaside resorts of the Riviera.

Where to stay in Antibes

Discover the best hotels in the region

Ideally located, the two Antibes Sophia Antipolis B&B hotels are just 200 metres away from the University of Nice Sophia Antipolis, near the A8 motorway (4 km), 8 kilometres from the Antibes SNCF train station and 18.5 kilometres from the Nice-Côte d'Azur airport. They offer a wide selection of rooms, ready to welcome solo travellers as well as couples and families. All are air-conditioned and come equipped with a flat-screen television and a free WiFi connection. Don’t wait—book your stay at B&B HOTEL Antibes Sophia Antipolis or B&B HOTEL Antibes Sophia Le Relais today!

Learn more about the Antibes area

1200 hectares of forests, glades and scrublands are preserved at Sophia Antipolis. They overlook the nature parks of Valmasque and Brague, where you will discover some typical native and migratory species of the Alpes-Maritimes area. To the northwest, you’ll find the town of Grasse and can take a stroll through the flowers that make its perfumes so famous. If you head towards the sea, you can enjoy the sights of the coastline, like the Promenade des Anglais at Cannes or the Marineland of Antibes.

The Antibes region has a rich and diverse heritage. Painting is celebrated, especially in Antibes where you can visit the Picasso Museum in the Grimaldi Château, and in Biot where you’ll find the Fernand Léger Museum. Are you more interested in old ruins? Explore the Fort Carré on the Cap d’Antibes, the Place des Arcades and the Valbonne Abbey, or perhaps the Provencal town of Mougins.

If you are visiting Antibes in September, stop at the Saint-Bernardin Chapel or the Cathedral of Antibes to catch one of the concerts held as part of the Sacred Art Festival. If you love music, you’ll also enjoy Jazz à Juan in July. Vallauris hosts a pottery festival in August and an orange blossom festival in May.