Luxury, glamour, sea and palm trees… The Suite des Anges is probably the finest way to live the “French Riviera” style. Situated under the emblematic dome of the Negresco (created in 1913 by Edouard Niermans) it bathes in sunshine all day long. The rounded form of its double lounge and vast bedroom offers a fantastic view of the sea, the coastline and Masséna gardens.
This suite is a faithful reminder of the decoration of Versailles at the time of the Great Queen of France, Marie-Antoinette. Its extremely refined boudoir-style reminds us that the 17th century was one of pleasure and luxury. Decorated with fancy period furniture, a Louis XVI bed and masterpiece paintings, this large suite with a terrace looking out onto the sea is one of those that has created the grand history of the Negresco.
The Montserrat Caballé Suite houses, among other treasures, a Louis XV secretaire, two Sèvres porcelain lamps and a Louis XVI bed adorned with two gold-plated bronzes.
The Imperial Suite Empire style decoration was inspired by Empress Josephine’s rooms at la Malmaison.
With its golden yellow decoration, this Empire style suite evokes Emperor Napoleon I. Mahogany furniture, gilded bronzes, red velvet – it is an elegant suite in a very French style. The walls are covered with a bee pattern specially ordered for the Hotel. The suite looks out onto the beautiful Massena park, whose name evokes the famous Marshal of the Empire, loyal to the Emperor.
The Pompadour Suite is a tribute to King Louis XV’s favorite through an inlaid precious wood dresser and a period “basket” double bed finely sculpted with gilded leaves.
One of the most beautiful suites in the hotel with its exceptional view and its 1930s-style decoration. Its art deco furniture make it a comfortable room and its large stylised butterfly reminds us that the early part of the 20th century were a period of extravagance. A carefree epoch when the Riviera lived at the pace of Charleston parties and jazz concerts.
A majestic junior suite which has it all: the comfort of a recent renovation, an impression of space and a very romantic view of the Massena garden against a backdrop of the blue sea. The beige tones with their velvet and silk patterns provide it with comfort and personality. The period furniture and the noble portraits which decorate the walls have inspired its name, “Medici”, an elegant reminder of a golden era in the history of France.