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Grand-Hôtel du Cap-Ferrat, a Four Seasons Hotel
 reopens for the Season

Grand-Hôtel du Cap-Ferrat, a Four Seasons Hotel, exterior
Just as the French Riviera springs back into action, the iconic Grand-Hôtel du Cap-Ferrat, A Four Seasons Hotel reopens today, 1 March 2016 for its first full season under the management of Four Seasons Hotels & Resorts. In celebration of the New Year, the Hotel will launch a wealth of new activities and programmes focusing on health and wellbeing.

Le Spa’s expert team will be on hand for personal training sessions that can be held in the Hotel’s fully-equipped gym or facing the sea, within its 1,200 square metre garden. Not to be forgotten, the Hotel’s famous Club Dauphin will now also offer completely tailored swimming programmes for all levels of experience – an opportunity to learn from the master Pierre Gruneberg, who lists Robin Williams and Aristotle Onassis amongst his trainees, in this iconic ocean-water swimming pool. Healthy amenities such as Provençal herbal infusions and local light specialties have also been added to all guest rooms to round off the health kick.  

Le Spa will also be keeping guests fit as a fiddle with the launch of Run Le Cap – a complimentary running club, offering guided runs along the iconic coastal pathway complete with anecdotal insights of the region’s nature and star-studded past, en route. Guests can also opt for tennis or Yoga, or hire one of the Hotel’s brand new bicycles to explore the coast on two wheels.  

To complement this homage to wellbeing, the Hotel’s Executive Chef Didier Aniès will be on hand to fully personalise menus to suit any dietary need and also to organise private cooking classes where he’ll share his hints and tips on the very best of Mediterranean cuisine – all of which is showcased in his new seasonal menu and excellent value set lunches at La Véranda. Two courses are priced at €68 (approx. £50) and three at €78 (approx. £58) per person.  

This palatial Hotel nestled in 17 acres of lush landscaped gardens and overlooking the Mediterranean Sea provides the ultimate resort retreat - offering 74 guest rooms including eight suites with private plunge pools, a private villa – the Villa Rose-Pierre – a spacious and sophisticated Spa, Michelin-starred restaurant Le Cap (opening on 14 May 2016), casual dining venue La Véranda, and the legendary Club Dauphin which reopens its restaurant on 2 April 2016.  

Rates for the new season start from €410 (approx. £305) per room per night on a B&B basis for a Superior Pinewood Room, and for guests looking for a longer stay on the Côte d’Azur, the Suite Indulgence package offers one complimentary night for every seven consecutive nights booked, subject to availability and blackout dates.

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