Seduced by the beauty of the surrounding area, a Parisian entrepreneur by the name of Emile Bernheim asked the architect Flegenheimer, a friend of his, to design a grand hotel on the spot, in the same vein as the palaces at Cannes and Nice.
Le Beauvallon gets its name from the valley it is located in, characheterised by mimosa trees and umbrella pines. It has been dubbed in some quarters “the best kept secret on the Cote d’Azur.”
Happiness is made to be shared, knew the great French dramatist Jean Baptiste Racine (†1699).
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