IBIS CANNES MOUANS-SARTOUX

The Ibis Hotel in Mouans-Sartoux is located between Cannes and Grasse, a few minutes by train from downtown Cannes, the Croisette, the Palais des Festivals and Cannes’ sparkling beaches.

Near Grasse, the Perfume Capital of the World, and Marineland.

Set in this “Village en fête” that plays host to many festivals throughout the year, we have 70 air-conditioned rooms and private outdoor walled parking for our customers.

Enjoy our bar and hot snacks 24 hours a day.

HÔTEL CASABELLA

When you cross the hotel’s threshold, you enter a world of understated elegance. Books and musical scores weave a cultured tapestry of musical and literary works.

A spacious terrace with a cozy seating area, an invitation to sit, relax, and reflect. From there, you can enjoy a magnificent view of the hills of the Grasse backcountry, admire the village clock tower and the exquisite chateau...
A breakfast buffet is served or, for those in a hurry, an express breakfast can be enjoyed on the terrace or in the breakfast room.

Le Parc du Château de Mouans-Sartoux

The redevelopment project of the Château de Mouans-Sartoux Park, conceived by Gilles Clément as both gardener and landscape architect, in collaboration with the landscaper François Navarro, is created to highlight the initial use of the park and to increase the flow of visitors between the "Clairière des jardins", around the castle, and the "Bois des transparences".

MIP gardens

The gardens where perfumes are born...

Centifolia rose, jasmine, tuberose, lavender, geranium, juniper, orange blossom – it is of plants that perfumes are truly born, essences from near or far.

In the unique setting of the International Perfume Museum Gardens, visitors can discover and smell the species that have provided precious raw materials for perfumery for centuries.

Mouans-Sartoux

Mouans-Sartoux, the city of the good life.
Set between sea and scents, Mouans-Sartoux used to be a farming village (olive trees, jasmine and rose crops for Grasse perfumeries) that gradually opened to trade and crafts.
Explore the historic town center, starting at one of its two squares shaded by plane trees, to admire the large, antique-style fountain and handsome church with a baroque facade in pink and blue.