Le Petit Juas, Cannes


Property of 600 m²

5 suites and 1 studio on 2 levels


  • Capacity: 12 guests
  • Bedrooms: 5 + 1 studio
  • Bathrooms: 6



  • Heated swimming pool
  • Garden
  • Pool House with kitchen
  • Wifi throughout
  • Free toiletries
  • Satellite TV area
  • Safe in all rooms
  • Parking for 3 cars
  • Air Condition
  • Fully equipped kitchen
  • Table tennis
  • Interior and Exterior dining area
  • Terrace
  • Fireplace
  • Piano
  • Hammam
  • Sauna
  • Free Arcade Game Machine with more than 2.000 games
  • Stationary bike 
  • Elliptical trainer
  • BBQ
  • Boules Field 
  • Washing machine
  • Sonos audio system
  • Printer
  • Separate studio
  • Walking distance from La Croisette and the Palais des Festivals


Services upon request:

  • Chef
  • Pianist
  • Barman
  • Massage
  • Beauty treatments


Villa Le Petit Juas


Villa Le Petit Juas, built for the first festival in 1939, was completely destroyed and later rebuilt. In 1939 the festival was cancelled because of the war, but in 1946 many stars flocked to the lavish receptions given by the owner, a patron of French art. French actress Michele Morgan and Jean Cocteau, French poet, artist, writer and director, were seen at the villa. The actress received the Best Actress award for Jean Delannoy’s La Symphonie Pastorale that year.

Located in Cannes, 1.5 km from the Palais des Festivals, 1.7 km from the Croisette beach and 29 km away from Nice-Côte d’Azur Airport, the villa is located in the popular residential area of Petit-Juas. Its new owner has completely renovated it and given it back its authentic splendour while bringing in 21st-century technology. The villa is now a fabulous living space where the words “comfort”, “luxury” and “art of living” take on their full meaning. It is set on a 600 m² plot of land and can accommodate up to 12 people on two floors. 

The villa has 6 bedrooms, satellite TV, a washing machine and 6 bathrooms with a shower. The kitchen is equipped with an oven and fridge. Towels and bed linen are provided. During your stay, you can enjoy a heated swimming pool, a sauna, a hammam, and a gym with air conditioning.


Suite Azur (for 2 guests) :

  • Queen-size bed – A/C – Safe – En-suite bathroom with shower.


Purple Suite (for 2 guests)

  • Queen-size bed – A/C – Safe – En-suite bathroom with shower.


Suite Intense (for 2 guests)

  • Queen-size bed – A/C – Safe – En-suite bathroom with shower and bathtub.


Suite Klimt (for 2 guests)

  • King-size bed – A/C – Safe – En-suite bathroom with shower and bathtub.


Emerald Room (for 2 guests)

  • Queen-size bed – A/C – Safe – En-suite bathroom with shower.


The Studio (for 2 guests)

  • Queen-size bed – A/C – Safe – En-suite bathroom with shower.

French Riviera


A place so renowned that it needs no presentation. Known by everyone as the epitome of glamour with its unforgettable parties, sublime settings, extraordinary characters, and landscapes that seem straight out of a postcard, la Côte d’Azur is truly a paradise on earth.

During the 19th century, this location was put on the map with the arrival of wealthy British, Russian and French visitors who came to “winter” on the Riviera. These visits became a habit and gradually the towns and fishing villages in the area adapted to the new inhabitants. Soon, towns such as Cannes, Nice, Menton, and Monaco were home to magnificent villas, flamboyant casinos, and splendid botanical gardens – and the “lifestyle” that it is the French Riviera.




Nestled in an enchanting corner of the Golfe de la Napoule Bay, Cannes is blessed with a balmy Mediterranean climate. The weather is mild year-round and perfect for sunbathing by the beach from May through October. Leafy palm trees grace the streets of Cannes, and subtropical flowers flourish throughout the city, giving visitors the impression of being in paradise.

The prestigious Film Festival of Cannes has been an important event since it began in 1946. Drawing famous movie stars from around the world, this annual red-carpet gala has earned an international reputation for promoting the art of filmmaking.


The Boulevard de la Croisette, one of the most fashionable streets on the French Riviera, is the centre of tourist activity in Cannes. It is lined with opulent villas, upscale boutiques and lavish Belle Epoque hotels, such as the legendary Carlton Cannes, a masterpiece of Art Nouveau architecture designed by Charles Dalmas, the Hotel Martinez, and the Majestic.

Take a leisurely stroll along the boardwalk, and inhale the scent of pine trees that line the way. Keep an eye out for superyachts moored in the nearby port or set sail on the Mediterranean and explore an offshore island. For movie buffs, relive the classic moments of Alfred Hitchcock and Grace Kelly at the Carlton Beach Club.

The boulevard extends from the Palais des Festivals to the lovely La Roseraie (Rose Garden) at the Square du 8 Mai 1945. Along this two-kilomètre stretch, the beachfront promenade is a great place for strolling, people-watching, and admiring the magnificent sea views. One thing to keep in mind: Many beaches along this stretch are private.

Beyond La Roseraie Park is the idyllic Port Pierre Canto, with its rows of luxury yachts docked at the harbour. Also within walking distance is another Harbour, the Port de la Pointe Croisette, the departure point for regattas organized by the Yacht Club of Cannes.


Another spot for water sports enthusiasts and sunbathers is the nearby Port Palm Beach. This quiet public beach on the western side of Pointe Croisette has a snack bar and restroom facilities.

Perched on the slopes of Mont Chevalier above the bay, the Old Town (Le Suquet) represents the original fishing village. In a picturesque hillside setting, this area offers exceptional views, as well as old-world charm. This traffic-free quarter features narrow cobblestone alleyways, pedestrian staircases, and interesting historic remnants such as the city’s ancient walls.

Le Petit Juas, Cannes

A quiet and secluded villa situated at a walking distance from the Croisette and the Palais des Festivals.