Le Cap Estel

    Situated at the end of a private peninsula, at the convergence of the Mediterranean and the Maritime Alps, Le Cap consists of only eight guest rooms and 12 suites. The suites are massive (some more than 5,000 square feet), and each features a distinct interior style. Le Cap’s five-acre grounds include a hammam, a billiards room, indoor and outdoor pools, and a private beach. Accommodations All 12 suites and eight guest rooms have ocean views. Suites 110 and 120 are the largest, but No. 410—a one bedroom on the top floor overlooking the cape—is the most romantic. Recreation For those who wish to work off their meals before lounging at the pools or beach, the resort offers two personal trainers at its ocean-view fitness facility. Dining The chef devises custom menus for each guest. Worthy Diversion Have the concierge arrange an evening in Monaco, where Le Cap guests enjoy VIP access to casinos and shows. Rates Guest rooms from $425, one- and two-bedroom suites in the Le Cap building from $3,500, four-bedroom suites from $6,450.

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