Being a late booking and during the Antibes Yacht Show, when all hotels are very busy, I got a ‘disabled’ room. Bedroom clean and airy – but my room, being on the ground floor and beside the main road, was noisy – and also had late evening voices from the check-in desk and elevator access which were close to the room. The hotel is on the main road into town from Nice (via Biot – i.e. not from the autoroute) – and, although the windows are double glazed, the glazing is not of a type to eliminate the road noise. Location is otherwise very handy for the main Antibes railway station, and also for the fast bus to/from Nice airport. Use the footbridge over the railway to get to the port area, or to ‘centre ville’ for the old town. Although handy for going out, some might find it a bit tiresome when walking back after a good meal in town, when compared to more central hotels. The single beds (in twin rooms), like some other local hotels, feel quite narrow – though a double of the same size as two single would probably be okay for two. The bathroom was spacious with a walk-in shower – which had good water volume. Breakfast – in the light and open breakfast room – was the standard limited (typically French) buffet – cereal, fruit juice (choice of orange and apple), croissants & bread rolls (with butter, spreading cheese and preserves). Reception staff and the guy doing the breakfast were welcoming and pleasant. There was no chair as such in this room, only two stools – so no back-rest when sitting. Other than that, the desk was adequate for my needs – but the WiFi was a chargeable item (something I dislike, which is one reason why I tend to stay here only when other local hotels, which offer free WiFi, are fully booked). A positive item is the adjacent (but run as a separate business) Le Collier Restaurant Pizzeria – from which you can order ‘room service’ in the hotel … see separate review for the restaurant!