Space and light
Bathed in light thanks to its three iconic windows, this suite offers a view of the sea stretching from Porto Canto to the Palais des Festivals from its alcove. Its spacious volumes and comfortable living room will welcome you back from a visit to one of the treasures chosen from the Cannes coast.
This large and comfortable suite with a sophisticated style has a living room that opens onto the interior garden of the new patio. You can admire the flowerbeds skilfully composed of flowers and aromatic herbs. The view of the swimming pool will perhaps invite you to go down to relax and take a few strokes.
A tribute to the unforgettable tennis player, Suzanne Lenglen, known as “La Divine” and winner of the famous “Match of the Century” held on the central court of the Carlton in 1926, the 641 suite offers incomparable services. Located under the east dome and bathed in Cannes' light, you will have one of the most beautiful views over the sea, as well as a majestic living room whose sought-after refinement is expressed down to the smallest detail.
It was in front of the door of this suite that Grace Kelly kissed Cary Grant in 1954, during the filming of To Catch a Thief. Hitchcock's film has indeed made the Carlton the privileged place for its key scenes. Located under the dome on the west side and flooded with light from the Croisette, the suite enjoys an unobstructed view over the sea. Settled in the spacious comfort of its living room, you will feel like the main character of a film whose story it is up to you to write. Because at the Carlton, everything is possible.