Room Rates : EUR 895
General Manager : Boris Messmer
Room and Suites : 45 rooms and 24 suites
Book Here: The Maybourne Riviera
The Maybourne Riviera is perfectly positioned between Menton and Monte Carlo, with plunging views across warm terracotta rooftops, olive groves and citrus trees. The striking modernist architecture of The Maybourne Riviera emerges from the rocky peninsula of Roquebrune-Cap-Martin as if forging its way into the glistening Mediterranean Sea. Dramatic views of the coastline take in Italy to the east, Monte Carlo to the west, all bathed in brilliant light. The setting is unrivalled, the never-ending sea and sky viewed from every room, and as you step out into the warm, saltwater breeze, all it takes is a moment to softly slip into Riviera time.
The uncluttered rooms come in different shapes and sizes – the apartment-style panoramic suites, with their wrap-around terraces, are a nautical nod to an ocean liner; some of the hill-hugging Corniche rooms with pine-shaded terraces also have private pools. Floor-to-ceiling windows flood each of the 69 rooms and suites at The Maybourne Riviera with golden light. Spaciously designed, all 45 rooms and 24 suites begin from 41m² and have panoramic sea views from their private terraces or balconies. Some suites offer a split-level aspect and many have private horizon plunge pools.
These unique spaces have been created by world-renowned designers and architects from BOS Studio to Pierre Yovanovitch
and are inspired by the verdant landscape of the surrounding Roquebrune-Cap-Martin and the spectacular views of the sea beyond. Their bespoke design is informed by the region’s modernist architecture and the sweeping brushstrokes of artistic legacy, from Cézanne to Coco Chanel to Le Corbusier.
The Maybourne Riviera is set to become an outstanding gastronomic destination on the Cote d’Azur with a host of restaurants under the creative direction of two of the finest chefs and restauranteurs in the world. The legendary Mauro Colagreco of three-Michelin star Mirazur in nearby Menton and holder of the No. 1 position in the World’s 50 Best Restaurants, will bring his vision of the region. Located within the enviable top floor with panoramic views, the restaurant will draw on one of his favourite themes, the sea.
Sitting alongside, global super-chef Jean-Georges Vongerichten will launch his first outpost in the South of France, with cuisine inspired by the hotel’s location on the French Italian border. Japanese chef Hiro Sato will also bring his world class sushi to The Maybourne Riviera.
1551 Route de la Turbie,