Small Gems: The French Riviera is famous for glitz and glamour, but three small hotels offer luxury and tranquillity

Issue: December 15, 1995

December 15, 1995 Small Gems The French Riviera is famous for glitz and glamour, but three small hotels offer luxury and tranquillity By Anthony Dias Blue In a scene near the beginning of Alfred Hitchcock's breezy film "To Catch A Thief," Cary Grant is entertaining a British insurance man at his villa perched high above the French Riviera.

For the full article, check out the new issue of Wine Spectator, on newsstands December 15, 1995.

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