Château Vallombrosa

Local nameParc Vallembrosa et ancien hôtel du Parc
LocationCannes, France

The Château Vallombrosa, also known as the Hôtel du Parc, is a historic residential building in Cannes. It was built as a hotel for Sir Thomas-Robinson Woolfield from 1852 to 1856. It was purchased by Marquis de Morès in 1860, who added a chapel and a landscaped garden. In 1893, it was purchased by German hotelier Martin Ellmer, and it became known as the Hotel du Parc until 1934. It was subsequently turned into a residential building with individualised apartments. It has been listed as an official historical monument since 1993.

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Coordinates 43°33'7.691" N 7°0'17.331" E

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