The four-star Cannes hotel becomes the sixteenth French hotel to join this group which is rapidly expanding in France.
“Worldhotels meets our need for international representation,” stresses François Portiglia, Managing Director of Hôtel Gray d’Albion, “and this network uses the most modern booking systems both at sales level and for global distribution.”
This affiliation is evidence of the great ambitions of the hotel in the Rue des Serbes, one of the most modern hotels in the festival town. In the last few years, its infrastructure has been modernized and the hotel completely refurbished. This face-lift has greatly enhanced its ‘business’ areas: 9 meeting and conference rooms and space to accommodate 400 people for a reception. And still more with 200 rooms and suites! Their ambiance is now sophisticated, a blend of modern refinement embellished with the creations of the great designers of our times – such as Philippe Starck! – and the pragmatism of high quality equipment: a complete range of office necessities, tea and coffee making equipment and a king-size bed… This combination of comfort and fantasy is echoed in the new décor of the lobby and Jane’s Bar, two areas full of life and originality, created by the designer Chantal Peyrat.
Modern in its infrastructure, Hôtel Gray d’Albion is also modern in its sustainable development policy. It is certainly one of the leaders in the field among the hotels on the French Riviera as witnessed by its double certification ISO 9001 and ISO 14001; recognition which crowns the pro-active policy that has made the environment the company’s highest priority. From setting up hives on the roof so as to promote biodiversity to signing an agreement with IDTGV to encourage clients to use the train – the cleanest form of transport – the Lucien Barrière Cannes four-star hotel has also increased its initiatives to protect the world around us as much as it can. This eco-citizenship will, without doubt, be appreciated by Worldhotel clients.