Marie’s Corner has undoubtedly signed one of the most prestigious collaborations in its corporate history. The specialist in tailor-made sofas has brought its unique expertise to bear on the ambitious project to renovate 46 suites at the legendary Hôtel Cap-Eden-Roc in Antibes, an Oetker collection establishment. By supplying the sofas, footrests and bed ends required to transform the Eden-Roc pavilion, the hotel’s main building, Marie’s Corner is adding a black-yellow-red touch to the French Riviera’s iconic Cap-Eden-Roc Hotel.
The renovated suites reopened in April 2023.
Directed by Bergit Gräfin Douglas, MM-Design in Frankfurt, the renovations are being carried out in the Eden-Roc pavilion, the main building of the hotel.
Bergit Gräfin Douglas has opted for timelessly elegant interiors by Pierre Frey, Loro Piana and Manuel Canovas.
Manuel Canovas, in a palette of blue and white tones that reflect the unique charm of each building.
In the Junior Suites of the Eden-Roc pavilion, facing the deep blue sea, guests are welcomed into an atmosphere inspired by sea rushes in natural shades, with a series of Andy Warol paintings,
The 31 Junior Suites have been completely refurbished thanks to the extensive work of British interior architect Francis Sultana.
“The fact that our production is 100% European worked in our favour”, explains Serge Silber, CEO of Marie’s Corner., who points out that all its production has always been carried out by its own Master Fitters based in Saragossa (Spain). He adds: “We have already worked with one of their other hotels, the Château Saint-Martin, for which we supplied sofa beds”. In doing so, the Belgian House had become one of the suppliers to the Oetker Collection and their name was quickly put on the table during the preparatory phase of the project for their flagship hotel on the Côte d’Azur.
Once again, Marie’s Corner demonstrated its extraordinary ability to adapt and react to the architect’s request.
the architect’s requirements. “The specifications for the renovation project specified the size of sofa required for the suites.
So we adapted our Hamlet model to meet this requirement down to the last centimetre”, explains Serge Silber.
The Belgian company delivered 30 Hamlet sofas and 30 Bandana footrests in February, in shades of cream and black.