Tiara Yaktsa, Cannes – Unique Vacation Experience
Holding a red-rock Riviera backdrop adorned with blue skies and yacht-strewn seas, Tiara Yaktsa in Cannes, France is surely an enchanting destination for a memorable vacation. Its charm is perfectly reflected in its surrounding stunning gardens, the chic restaurant, and its friendly staff that make you feel at home with all-time assistance. Tiara Yaktsa boast an interior exhibiting a blend of comfortable styles – Maroc-stirred Med villa, rosewater-scented halls, simple Moroccan theme, and carved wood and terracotta tiles. This is one such resort where you can come with your pets for which you do not have to pay anything extra. So, pet fans will love to spend their holidays in this resort.
Speaking about its rooms, there are 21 rooms including eight suites. The rate ranges from €300 to €2,480. This does not include tax and breakfast for which you need to pay an additional amount of €1 per day and €29 respectively.
Among the amenities, you can expect lush gardens, gym, library offering books, CDs, and DVDs, and free Wi-Fi all the time. In rooms, you will come across a flat screen TV, CD/DVD player, a series of CDs, and a mini bar. At the poolside, there is a turquoise infinity pool that is huge for slurps and slack while you enjoy the stunning views of the sea. The Jacuzzi is at a distance of short skip. In addition, the Balinese-style beds and a series of sun loungers are offered by the hotel. The check-out time is midday, but can be changed on request subject to availability, while the check-in time is 3 pm.
You can even consider coming with your little ones. In your room, the hotel staff can arrange for cots without any extra charge (no extra beds). Babysitting is also offered for €20 per hour for which you have to book 24 hours in advance.
Of all the rooms, the Prestige Rooms are very spacious and offer a seating zone equipped with a sofa. There is also a terrace from where you can have some far-reaching views of the Med. In this category, room 24 is famous for its first-class terrace and for its light and airy surroundings.
The hotel restaurant is called the L’Or Bleu that refers to a spacious shipshape area whose center is dominated by the sea views. I mean a glass front opening to the terrace and gardens stands in the middle around which the tables and chairs are placed to delight all the guests coming here. As the hotel’s architectural style, the menu flavors Mediterranean and exotic of which the chef’s crafty mix-up is a Thai-style dish of baked quails with sweet potato and noodles.
Here, you need to wear something that suits the Moorish sway of the hotel. So, thumbs up would be to an ochre shirt or hefty tribal necklace. Looking for the top table? You do not need to crack your brains for that. Its simple – a table in the outdoors on the terrace if the weather is mild facing the sea. The breakfast is available between 7 am and 10.30 am, lunch is from noon to 2 pm, and dinner is from 7 pm to 10 pm. Even the 24-hour room service menu featuring salads and light snacks is offered in the restaurant.
There is no bar area, but you have more better options to pick from such as lazy sofas off the restaurant, the Zen Garden with stone tables on a terrace, and the lined Balinese beds.
Smith Members Offer
If you have a Smith Card, then you will have definitely something extra here. At check-in, just show this card to avail the extra beneficial offer. The schemes on this card change often. The current offer is to get a welcome with a bottle of champagne on arrival.
Tip: Do carry your own yacht and a pair of binoculars to discover the biggest boat on the sea. Also, have your own deck shoes and high heels along with a lump of money. Do not leave without having a massage or pedicure in the gardens, if not in the treatment room. Check out for yoga, pilates, and personal training schedules too, if interested.