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Hotel Juana

29 May, 2009

The Gorgeous Art Deco Stylings of Hotel Juana

Hotel Juana

Hotel Juana is a four star hotel located on the Riviera in France. Its beautiful Art Deco Style is shown off with the gorgeous faced of the hotel and is considered to be a historic monument. Built in the style of a long forgotten era, the hotel is brilliant in its appearance. Contained within it are 40 rooms, four of which are suites. The hotel, long run by its original owners, the Barache family, is now run by the Ferrante family. They purchased Hotel Juana in early 2001 and began extensive remodels of the property. The aim of these remodels was to give the hotel a luxurious, but contemporary, Art Deco Style and to provide the highest level of comfort for all of its guests.

In keeping with this four star reputation, the hotel offers all the amenities a guest could want, including room service, car attendants, ironing, concierge, porters and more. According to travel guides, the guest rooms were all redecorated in 2003 and 2004 to ensure they met the high standard of Hotel Juana’s Art Deco style. All rooms include air-conditioning, cable TV, mini-bar, Internet, sages and bath robes.

For the guests interested in relaxation, the hotel has many options. A gorgeous heated marble pool, modern gym and steam bath are located in the hotel. The Cote d’Azur is located nearby and offers everything from sunbathing and swimming to water-skiing, boating and more. For an idyllic visit to the beautiful Riviera, a stay at the Hotel Juana is a must. The beautiful and modern Art Deco décor, gorgeous Cote d’Azur, a professional staff, award winning amenities and more are offered at the hotel. Top it all off with a visit to their award winning restaurant and you will have a trip that you will be unable to forget. The intimate Hotel Juana fills quickly, so be sure to make reservations well in advance.

Hotel Juana

Hotel Juana

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