Location

Beaches, history and culture: enjoy the best of the French Riviera

Located just a few steps from the historic town centre and only 600 metres from the Mediterranean Sea and the famous ‘Millionaires’ Wharf’, the Best Western Hotel Journel Antibes is the ideal address from which to enjoy the many attractions of the French Riviera. Antibes-Juan-les-Pins, the second largest population centre in the Alpes-Maritimes, offers many advantages to visitors, whether they are here for pleasure or business.

Renowned for its 25 kilometres of shoreline, which makes it a seaside destination of prime importance, the area is also of historic significance, having preserved its authenticity and exceptional heritage.

Yet it also looks to the future, thanks to the leading companies of the Sophia-Antipolis technology park, and is capable of hosting major events due to the facilities provided by the beautiful Palais des Congrès in Antibes-Juan-les-Pins.

All these many facets make for a very attractive resort that is full of interest all year long.

 

Situated close to the old town, its shops and restaurants

Situated close to the old town, its shops and restaurants, which can be reached on foot from the hotel, the Best Western Hotel Journel Antibes also offers quick access to the resort's various museums, including the Musée Picasso; Musée Peynet; Musée de la Tour, dedicated to local history and traditions; as well as the fascinating Musée d’Archéologie.

Antibes is particularly suitable for family holidays, due to its blue flag beaches, the Marineland themed amusement park and zoo, and the Aquasplash water play park.

Beyond the city, the region is home to other treasures not to be missed during your stay, including the village of Biot, a real medieval gem; Golfe-Juan Vallauris, which is both a traditional ceramics village and a seaside resort with sandy beaches; as well as Cannes and its Promenade de la Croisette and, of course, Nice and its legendary Promenade des Anglais.

Car, train, plane: How to reach our hotel ?

Best Western Hotel Antibes - location

Route from Antibes railway station (1.7 km from the hotel):

  • head south on the Place Pierre Semard towards the Avenue Robert Soleau
  • continue on to the Place Général de Gaulle
  • take a left on Boulevard Albert 1er (look for signs for Juan-les-Pins / Cap d'Antibes)
  • take a right on the Avenue du Général Maizière
  • use the left lane to turn slightly right onto the Avenue Gaston Bourgeois
  • The hotel is at No. 26, Avenue Gaston Bourgeois


Route from the autoroute (Nice Airport 21km)

  • take the A8 in the direction of Aix / Cannes (coming from Nice) or in the direction of the A8 Nice / Monaco (coming from Aix or Cannes)
  • follow the A8 towards the D535 in Antibes
  • take exit 44 (Antibes) to leave the A8
  • take the road to Grasse / D35, in the direction of Antibes / Juan-les-Pins, then head towards Cannes / Juan-les-Pins (D35bis)
  • follow in the direction of Antibes Centre
  • follow in the direction of the Boulevard President Wilson
  • arrive on the Avenue Gaston Bourgeois, after 130 metres


GPS coordinates of the hotel:

  • Latitude 43.5746849 / Longitude 7.118189700000016


Taxi companies:

  • Taxis Antibes - Juan-les-Pins - tel: 04 93 67 67 67
Best Western Hotel Antibes - location

From Nice-Saint-Augustin railway station:

Take the train towards Antibes / Toulon / Cannes, and get off at Juan-les-Pins station (750 metres from the hotel, a 10-minute walk) or Antibes railway station (1.5 km, 20 minutes).
 

From Juan-les-Pins railway station:

The hotel is 750 metres on foot, about a 10-minute walk.
 

From Antibes railway station:

The hotel is 1.5 kilometres, about a 20-minute walk.

Best Western Hotel Antibes - location

From Nice Côte d'Azur Airport

Get off at Nice Saint-Augustin railway station (a 15-minute walk) or catch bus 9 on the Promenade des Anglais, at the Carras stop, in the direction of St Laurent-du-Var par CADAM, and get off at the SNCF Nice-Saint-Augustin railway station. Take the train to Antibes / Toulon / Cannes, and get off at Juan-les-Pins or Antibes railway stations.

Your stay in Antibes

Many beaches for all tastes

Publiques ou privées, de sable ou de galets, aménagées ou plus pittoresques : la ville d’Antibes-Juan-les-Pins compte plus d’une vingtaine de plages. Chacune d’elle offre une occasion unique de profiter du littoral méditerranéen, que vous rêviez d’un moment de détente avec vue sur l’eau turquoise, d’un bain de soleil les pieds dans l’eau ou même d’un déjeuner face à la mer.

Water sports to enjoy the coast

Belles-Rives Ski Nautique: water ski and wakeboard school - tel: 04 93 74 45 54

Diving side: diving center and school - tel: 06 72 74 34 94

Cape Kayak: sea kayaking and stand-up paddle - tel: 06 62 28 09 54

Moguntia vessel: swimming with dolphins, sport fishing - tel: 06 03 53 82 78

A-Kite: kitesurf school - tel: 06 20 91 63 21

Easy Dive: scuba diving club - tel: 04 93 61 26 07

Cap d'Antibes Nautical sports: water skiing, wakeboarding, wakesurfing, water games (towed buoys, flyfish, etc.) - tel: +33 (0) 6 60 52 60 28

A destination known for its cultural life

Major events throughout the year: International Jazz Festival, Sacred Art Festival, "Classic à Juan", International Bridge Festival, "Art Faire" Antiquity and Modern Art, "Voiles d'Antibes", etc. .

Guided tours to discover the city and its history: "The Old Antibes step by step", "The painters' road in Antibes", "Nature walk on the coastal path", "Gourmet visit of Antibes", "Juan- les-Pins: from the Belle Epoque to the Roaring Twenties ", etc.

The Picasso Museum, in the ancient Château Grimaldi

The Peynet Museum and humorous drawing

Fort Carré, a military fort built in the 16th century and facing the "Quai des Milliardaires" yachts

The Nomad, monumental sculpture of Jaume Plensa at bastion Saint-Jaume

The Promenade des Arts, former casemates where artists and artisans are exhibited

The Bastion Saint-André, with the remains of the ancient Antipolis

Promenade Admiral Grasse, where lived Nicolas de Staël and which takes place on part of the ramparts remained intact since the seventeenth century

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+33 (0)4 89 68 91 44 reception@antibes.hoteljournel.com
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