Palm Beach Complex


Palm Beach Complex

The Palm Beach is an iconic building that helped forge the international reputation of the French Riviera. Built in 1929, the building has undergone many transformations over the years, which have completely altered its original architecture. 

Localisation: Cannes – France

Projet Type : Renovation of a historical monument

Area : 23 000 sqm

Land: 4500 sqm

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The architectural directive for the new program is to breathe new life into the building and reconnect with its long-standing prestige.

The idea is to harmonize the building with its surroundings while preserving and enhancing existing areas. Under the Palm Beach renaissance project, the complex will be remodeled into a premium entertainment venue covering over 23,000 sqm. The program will include the creation of a large events hall, a gym & spa, exclusive Member’s club & bar, a casino, eight premium restaurants, and clubs (such as Zuma, La Petite Maison, Medusa Cabaret, Le Masque de Fer and many more), a luxury shopping mall, the pool club by Nammos as well as a new beach by Tamarin.

The new project includes a spa as well as the reconstruction of the building’s legendary seawater lido, made iconic by the floating money scenes from Henri Verneuil's 1963 film “Any Number Can Win”, starring Alain Delon.

The Palm Beach will be one of the largest luxury complexes in the Mediterranean. The project will modernize the building while preserving its original Hispano-Moorish and Art-Deco soul.