Built in 1938, Hotel Edmond’s is located in Cap d’Ail, on the French Riviera, only 4 kilometres from Monaco. It offers guests free wi-fi available in all common areas, as well as a Parisian brasserie at the front of the hotel. All rooms are equipped with a flat screen TV, a desk and air conditioning.

Going back to when the establishment was founded, during the Second World War, and until 1985, the basement of the hotel housed a night club. Moreover, the hotel was an annex of the “Hotel de Paris” in Monaco and was taken over in 1970 by the Botticini Family (hotel professionals since 1952). Since then, it has been frequented by big names, such as: Winston Churchill, Greta Garbo, the English Royal Family, General de Gaulle…

Steeped in history, the Hotel Brasserie underwent a major overhaul in 2015, but preserved its original features thanks to a team of professional renovators. The same year, during the famous furniture auction sale at the Hotel de Paris in Monaco, the Master of the House Jean Botticini acquired several pieces to decorate the Edmond’s Hôtel and restore its former notoriety.