There’s no better place to embrace the timeless glamour of the French Riviera than at this famed hotel. It first opened in 1908 and has enticed the rich and powerful ever since. Set within 17 acres of exquisite Mediterranean garden, the hotel’s high vantage point means it has wonderful views from Nice to Monaco. There are two restaurants, Le Cap and La Véranda, serving Mediterranean dishes and a wine list of 600 bottles.
But, the hotel is perhaps most famed for Club Dauphin, where the sky disappears into the enormous heated seawater infinity pool.
Top suite: Villa Rose-Pierre from $8,300 per night
For oenophiles: Domaine Ott is usually closed to the public, but you can visit and learn about the making of French rosé wine — be sure to go during harvest season. Your visit is finished with a custom-made picnic, specially created by the hotel’s Michelin-starred chef, Yoric Tièche, served right in the vineyard.
Contact: Christiane Grun, head concierge, firstname.lastname@example.org, +33 493 765 050, fourseasons.co