Le Grand Jardin, Ile Sainte-Marguerite 06400 Cannes, France
290’000 Eur per week (7 nights)
INCLUDED IN THE RATE (hotel services are provided by our partner Blue Shore Concierge)
Daily full luxury breakfast for all guests as per our breakfast menu Daily Afternoon Delight service (light snack/afternoon tea)
Selected Water, Soft Drinks, Coffee, and Teas at disposal – specific brands at extra charge
House manager; coordinating your stay and assisting with your concierge requests (8hrs presence per day)
Housekeeping (Make-up and Turn-Down service)
Service staff during mealtimes*
Night shift (1 person, drinks service, can be on call upon request)
Grocery shopping (charged at cost, except for Breakfast and Afternoon delight, which is included)
Arrival and Departure from the closest airport (Nice) for all guests by car/minibus (same time) followed by Boat Transfer.
1 return trip daily from the Island to Cannes for all guests
Date of building and last renovation
13th-century, private walled estate.
Refurbishment in 2021 and 2022: the whole property and botanic garden.
All rooms have been re-done, all gardens, pools, SPA – complete new construction.
24 persons across 12 bedrooms (Super King size beds only)
Location and Key Sites
Le Grand Jardin is a rare triumph: a hidden sanctuary on the Cote d’Azur that’s eco-friendly, era-defining, and rooted in the region’s colorful history.
It’s the sole private property on the island of Sainte Marguerite and has been designed to kick all senses into action. Picture sweet-smelling citrus trees, tranquil and trickling natural pools, and a 14,000m2 botanic garden that calls for slow strolls in the Mediterranean heat.
It’s all watched over by an old fortress and offers complete privacy from the outside world for a large group, despite moments from Cannes’s flashing lights.
Child Policy Welcomed
Welcomed at no extra cost
Fully gated and walled estate
Without hesitation, this is the most exclusive property in the South of France. Couple the history of not only Sainte Marguerite Island but the French Riviera with the signature design, and the estate has more than one story to tell and views that can’t help but make the heart happy.
There are 12 bedrooms across seven separate buildings in the three-and-a-half-acre property: the Governor’s House, three cottages, a guest house, and the old fortress tower. Savor a moment in the sun-beaten days while exploring the garden, wine cellar, and library.
It has all been thoughtfully created with sustainable materials, including rock flooring, white and grey marble, and neutral beige and teak wood floors. Its clean-lined architecture is synonymous with the South of France, but the property’s significance runs much deeper than that.
You can reveal its medieval history as you host dinner for extended family and friends and launch momentous parties that overlook an idyllic pool dotted with water lilies.