Conceived as an English tearoom in 1914 and carved out of rocks with electric blue-pink streaks, Cap Eden Roc was and still is like something out of a fairytale. Over the years, it has played host to the creme of international high society - the guest list reads like a Who's Who. Located in a private park at the tip of he Cap d'Antibes, it is one of the most famous hotels along the exclusive French Riviera. In the 1920s, the hotel was notably the model for the "Hotel des Etrangers" in Fitzgerald's Tender is the Night.
Happiness is made to be shared, knew the great French dramatist Jean Baptiste Racine (†1699).
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