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Some of the most sumptuous venues are to be found on the Côte d’Azur, truly fit for the wedding of a princess! Many of the most exotic and refined hotels can be found on this stretch of the French Riviera, often referred to as “Riviera palaces”. Monaco, Nice, Cap d’Antibes, Juan les Pins and Cannes are simply bursting with some of the finest hotels to be found in the world, many of them belonging to some of the leading prestige hotel groups in the world, such as Relais et Châteaux …. whilst others retain fiercely independent.
Two idyllic examples are Hôtel du Cap on Cap d’Antibes, and Hôtel Belles Rives in Juan les Pins, which has magnificent tiered terraces tumbling down to the sea. But not all of the great hotels in the South of France are to be found on the Mediterranean coast. You will also find some “hidden jewels” inland. In the hill villages of St Paul de Venue and Eze village, you will find truly exquisite first class hotels with breathtaking views over the valleys and surrounding countryside.
France is very much châteaux country, and they are not all in the Loire valley. Château St Georges in Grasse and Château de la Napoule, just outside Mandelieu are two favourite venues with clients. They are both rich in history and make the most beautiful and romantic backdrop for a stylish wedding and blessing ceremony. Château de la Napoule is truly magical, with its elegant long entranceway lit with flares – it is like being transported back several centuries. The approach to the château makes the most romantic entry for any bride, and a glorious courtyard offers the most idyllic setting for a spectacular wedding dinner, with tables hidden under trees strung with fairy lights …. and superb food and music.
A yacht has to be the ultimate, indulgent dream venue for a Wedding/Celebration Reception, and the Wedding Blessing can also take place on board – at anchor, or out in the deep blue Mediterranean. You might need to keep your guest numbers down, as there are only very few yachts that can take 100 people to sea.