La Croisette has a new and exclusive place to mix and mingle: Le Jardin du Martinez, a unique, verdant getaway, a bucolic setting crafted by landscape architect Philippe Niez.
A Mediterranean garden, with cork oak exuding the warmth of Provence, palm trees straight from a Côte d’Azur postcard, and grapefruit trees, myrtle, and lemon trees releasing their fruity fragrances across a 400m² terrace with the ambiance of a Provencal village square.
The interior ''Jardin du Martinez'' is entered through immense louvered shutters in the lobby, facing the garden through a large glass wall designed to resemble a Mondrian.
In a symbiotic expression of the hotel’s very beginnings, the new Bar alongside Le Jardin celebrates the spirit and freedom of yachting.
Pierre-Yves Rochon chose a glamourous retro theme, with varnished rosewood woodwork, blue leather, and hints of gold exuding all the elegance of the seaside. It is the place to go to sample the snacking signed by Chef Christian Sinicropi, enjoy a cocktail creation , or sip one of the 22 gins in his selection. A few notes float of live music; the night only comes to an end when you wish.
Look out for the Gin & Tonic Trunk that is seasoned with fresh herbs and spices to create a unique drink for every guests.
The Quintessence of Cannes
Beneath the French Riviera sun, caressed by soft breezes that tickle the palms, welcome to a place of unique experiences from sunrise to sunset.
On the glittering, world-famous Croisette, the private beach of the Hôtel Martinez is Cannes’s site of unforgettable encounters, the place to see and to be seen.
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On the first floor of the Hôtel Martinez, offering a beautiful balcony over La Croisette, the gourmet restaurant La Palme d’Or, with two Michelin stars and four Gault&Millau Toques, has joined the very exclusive circle of great dining establishments. It is an enchanted setting on the Bay of Cannes where Chef Christian Sinicropi serves his cuisine for the senses – ever daring, always inventive.
At La Palme d’Or restaurant, the tableware from ''e=sc2'' is designed by Christian Sinicropi and crafted by his wife, Catherine.
Several years ago, having mastered the secrets of ceramics, the couple began creating plates and other utensils to hold the chef’s entire culinary composition.