3.14 Cannes

Cannes, France

This themed hotel is located in a 5-story art deco building within short walks to the beach and the Palais des Festivals et des Congrès

5 Rue Francois Einesy 06400 Cannes France
Hotel 3.14 Cannes facade
Splendid Hotel Nice location on the map
Hotel 3.14 Cannes at night
Hotel 3.14 Cannes restaurant
Hotel 3.14 Cannes guest room
Hotel 3.14 Cannes guest room
Hotel 3.14 Cannes rooftop bar
Hotel 3.14 Cannes rooftop swimming pool
Hotel 3.14 Cannes rooftop swimming pool at night
Hotel 3.14 Cannes rooftop jacuzzi

This ultra-hip hotel is a 2-minute walk from the beach and 11 minutes' walk from the Palais des Festivals et des Congrès.

The crowning touch is a rooftop terrace with a swimming pool, Jacuzzi, hammam, massage cabin and bar.

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3.14 Cannes

At a Glance

94 rooms, including 15 suites.

A short walk to the Croisette and the beach.

Rooftop bar; the groundfloor restaurant offer a basically Mediterranean cuisine enhanced by a number of savory, exotic and varied international touches.

The train station is 200 m and the nearest airport is Nice.

Full-service spa with massages, treatments, indoor hot tub, and hammam steam room.

See our recommendations on what to pack for your trip to the Côte d'Azur.

Near the famous Croisette, the 3.14 Hotel offers guests a luxurious journey around the world. On each floor, Karine Ellen-Partouche and her sister have created a universe representing the five continents.

On the first floor, 1960s America is featured, with pop art and kitch blended together with Latin culture. Vividly colored curtains, Pacific colored walls and wrought iron objects create a veritable melting pot of styles typical of the eclecticism of the New World.

The second floor takes guests to Africa and the gateway to the desert. Curtains decorated with pearls, ornamental cushions, Moorish windows and finely carved lamps give each room an atmosphere worthy of “A Thousand and One Nights.
Oceania and its remote islands sum up the theme of the rooms on the third floor where harmonious furniture and symbolic decorative motifs prevail.

The fourth floor is a successful re-creation of Paris during the Belle Epoque where wall hangings and pink bed heads blend in with the crimson colored curtains.

The fifth floor is dedicated to Asia, its zenlike and omnipresent ambience. Dark wood and geometric shaped furniture contrast with light colored natural fabrics, and the glitter of red silk, all of which combine to create an invitation to bodily and spiritual peace. Perfumed touches throughout complete this carefully designed décor.

The 3.14 is a rare and luxurious establishment where cultures and ethnic groups are represented, separating it from the classically decorated palace hotels around it.