Hotel Barriere Le Majestic Cannes’ A Desire for Some Family Time Package

Hotel Barriere Le Majestic Cannes' A Desire for Some Family Time Package

The Hôtel Le Majestic has introduced a new package called “A desire for some family time” that coincides with the All Saints’ holidays (Toussaint). It is ideal for guests of all ages and is jam-packed with a whole host of gifts, a special Halloween atmosphere and an extra addition, a man who goes by the name Dracula.

If you plan to celebrate the All Saints’ Holiday with the family this October, the Le Majestic will be a great place to do it. The palace-hotel at 10, La Croisette, is one of the standard-bearers of French Riviera hospitality and has created a new package called “A desire for some family time”, which spans across the Toussaint (All Saints) holiday.

The “A desire for some family time” package will be available from the 22nd of October to the 7th of November 2022, and regardless of whether you book a single or several nights, it will be a fun time for all the family. The 5-star property in Cannes is pulling out all the stops to offer its guests a raft of unique experiences, with the added bonus of a professional photographer who will create a family photo shoot with ten memorable images as a keepsake.

The Hôtel Le Majestic will also offer its younger guests a VIP gift in the room ready for arrival. In addition to this, there will be another special gift, this time for all the family, which is a private film screening in the hotel’s famous Cinémathèque Diane. It will be an intimate and exclusive experience, in supreme comfort, surrounded by exquisite decor where the family can watch a film from the hotel’s colossal library using the latest technology.

A truly delicious holiday
The patisserie workshop will undoubtedly be one of the highlights for guests. Everyone will get the opportunity to get their hands dirty under the expert guidance of the hotel’s pastry chef. Those attending will learn how to bake biscuits, including “witch’s hands” and many other Halloween-inspired treats, which of course, they will get the chance to eat afterwards.

Treats for the palate are one of the hallmarks of this package. In the morning, there will be a buffet-style breakfast for parents and a “pétit déjeuner” full of surprises for the kids. Later in the day, start the evening with an included aperitif at Le Bar du Fouquet’s Cannes: champagne for adults and a Dracula mocktail for our younger guests – blood-red, of course, in keeping with the Halloween theme.

Adorable little monsters
You won’t just find this vampire at the bar – he’s also the common thread throughout the stay. Halloween, the famous celebration of ghosts and monsters, takes place on the 31st of October, in the middle of the All Saints’ (Toussaint) holiday period. The coincidence has not escaped the notice of Le Majestic, which is why they’ll be getting into the spirit by paying homage to the count from Transylvanian.

Throughout this holiday period, all junior guests staying at the hotel will receive a gourmet gift in their room inspired by Dracula and their very own vampire costume, which will prove invaluable when they head to the Studio by Petit VIP.

Young children sat on the floor in the club having fun

The Majestic’s mini-club will also be celebrating Halloween every night during the holiday period. It will host evenings full of ghostly excitement when youngsters can play at being scared and laugh out loud at the animated cartoon Hotel Transylvania.

“A desire for some family time” Package Details

The “A desire for some family time” All Saints’ special offer is available based on one shared guestroom. The rates are from 1,336 euros for one night in a Prestige sea-view room for two adults and one child (maximum 12 years old) and from 1,972 euros for two inter-connecting Prestige sea-view rooms for two adults and up to three children.

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