The Maison Cresci has been based along the Côte d’Azur for more than 60 years and we’re still here welcoming guests with the Mediterranean in our heart.
Beautiful Nice and cinema hotspot Cannes come to life with large events throughout the year. The beauty of the landscapes and the shores, the luxury of the grand hotels, and the liveliness of the festivals make these places perfect for any type of holiday.
Our residences and restaurants in the prestigious Carré d’Or district are perfectly located for exploring Nice. Once you step outside, you’re a short stroll away from the Promenade des Anglais, with the waters of the Baie des Anges shimmering before your very eyes. With its unique atmosphere and particularly radiant sunshine, the capital of the Côte d’Azur is a brilliant destination, perfect for all types of trip.
Discover the typical Niçois lifestyle in the backstreets of Vieux Nice, in the markets of the Cours Saleya or in the shade of the tree-lined parks. Then visit famous museums (such as the Musée Matisse, the Musée Chagall, the Musée Masséna and the Musée des Beaux-Arts) and the Baroque churches, or discover the public and private beaches.
Nice is also home to major events such as the Carnival (the largest in France and one of the most famous in the world), the jazz festival, and a whole host of other cultural and sport events throughout the year.
Discover our establishments in Nice:
• Club inn
The second most important location in France for conferences after Paris and world capital of cinema, Cannes is well and truly the star of the Côte d’Azur, with no other rivals for its elegance and glamour. To experience this incomparable atmosphere, our residences and our restaurant in the Vieux Port provide the perfect location from which to discover the town on foot.
Close by is La Croisette, dating back to a pilgrimage route and now the most famous promenade along the French Riviera. With its palm trees, its beaches, its grand hotels, its luxury boutiques, its sumptuous Art Deco buildings and the famous Palais des Festivals, the boulevard boasts stunning turquoise vistas over the Bay of Cannes and the nearby beautiful Lérins Islands.
A bit further up, the pedestrian zone of Le Suquet is the oldest district in Cannes. It boasts the most cinematic panoramic view over the town, stretching from the Quai Saint-Pierre to the Vieux Port. Combining the spirit of Provence with the authenticity of village life, this historic heart of the town was once the site of the castle of the Abbés de Lérins. The keep still stands and is today the Musée de la Castre. The narrow, winding streets, the shaded square and the evening illuminations all add to the charm of Cannes’ old town.
Discover our establishments in Cannes:
• Cresci Residence
• La Pizza Cresci