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Water Ski Package

Enjoy the Belles Rives’ water-skiing club to discover water ski !

Very Belles Rives Package

The quintessence of the Belles Rives in one offer

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Programme Villa Belles Rives

Discover our summer 2017 programm ! 

Amazonia - Thursday, July 27th

Don't miss the Villa Belles Rives every Thursday on the beach !

Initiation à la méditation

Return of the Meditation Classes
on June 10th

New Chef at the restaurant La Passagère

Aurélien Véquaud is taking over La Passagère

The Belles Rives Times

Hotel Belles Rives & Juana
All the news of the summer !

Offer a Gift box

Want to offer a special present ?
The Belles Rives Group signature gift boxes are the best choice !

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The experience

The Belles Rives hotel sits right on the water, graced with an Art Déco design, bringing back to life the gentle frenzy of the roaring twenties.

All the Riviera glamour is united in a place where charm, serenity and exclusivity go hand in hand.

Le restaurant

La Passagère, a Michelin starred restaurant opens up onto one of the most sought-after terraces of the Riviera.


The Fitzgerald Piano Bar

A timeless meeting place. A Champagne and cocktail bar awaits in a pure Art Deco decor.


Le Bistrot terrasse

Chic and easy-going, the professionalism of a modern bistro enhancing all the know-how of our Michelin-starred chef, in a nouvelle cuisine style, on a very cosy terrace.


The Belles Rives Beach

A magical view, a natural setting accentuating the riches of the underwater world, the Belles Rives Beach is still the setting for F. Scott Fitzgerald’s masterpiece, ‘Tender is the Night’. 


The history

The little palace tells the story of the roaring twenties as only a witness to that era could. F. Scott Fitzgerald’s quotation engraved in stone evokes the happiest moments in his life at the villa « Saint Louis ». Placed officially on one of the walls in the entrance hall in the presence of his granddaughters, Eleanor Ann & Cecilia Scott, it feels as though the message is personally addressed to the