Les Deux Freres In a 19th-century stone building that was once a school. Budget Travel Tuesday, Jun 20, 2006, 3:02 PM Budget Travel LLC, 2016
 

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Les Deux Freres

In a 19th-century stone building that was once a school.

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Les Deux Freres

  • 1 place des Deux Freres
    Roquebrune-Cap-Martin, France 06190
    011-33/4-93-28-99-00
  • Les Deux Freres website
  • 2016-07-26 to 2016-07-27

About this Hotel

Price From $120

Go up—past the crowds, past the noise—to the tiny cliff-top village of Roquebrune-Cap-Martin. Stop to gasp at the panorama from the tiny town square, and notice the lovely dining terrace to your right.

It's attached to the restaurant of the intimate Les Deux Freres, in a 19th-century stone building that was once a school.

A mahogany bar fills the lobby; a narrow staircase leads up to the 10 small, pretty rooms. Each has a name indicating its theme: Provencal, African, Marine, and so on.

Views range from lovely to stupendous; depending on your room's orientation, you might look out on the town square, the rugged hills, or—if you get the full frontal—the cliffs, the sea, and, in the distance, Monaco.

Closed late November to early December.

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