3 out of 5 stars3 Stars

29, avenue Thiers, Nice, French Riviera - Cote d'Azur, 06000, France
Hotel Choiseul
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Value Score Poor Value

Rated 54% lower than similarly priced 3 star hotels

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  • Families9
  • Couples17
  • Solo83
  • Business25

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choisuel hotel

by ybatrachenkoy

hello againe .please let me know, how bad or good is idea to stay at "choisuel hotel " at 62 Thirse rue or is in musician quarter ,as per travel guide.THANK U.

Re: choisuel hotel

by ghosthunter

Hiya, tripadvisor is the place for hotel reviews. Here is the direct link:

Re: choisuel hotel

by ybatrachenkoy

thank u very much .this is my first experience in a forum .it is nice to see when people responding.

Re: choisuel hotel

by ghosthunter

No problem, Have a nice time, Darren.

Re: choisuel hotel

by tango_jd

If you can read a bit of French, try looking here -

Enter the street and number and you'll see a photo of that spot - plus you can "walk" up or down using the arrows to get a feel for the place.

Travel Tips for Nice

Stay as long as you can - so...

by riviera

Stay as long as you can - so much to see and do. Don't spend all your time on the coast, beautiful though it is. Also go up into the mountains, where you'll find peace and quiet. The photo shows the view only 20 minutes from the centre of Nice as you drive up into the mountains. Everything!!


by NiceLife

Half a million years ago history tells us the earliest forms of life crawled out of the sea.(Apolgies to any "creationists", as they say, "on which day did He make the fossils"?)

Then being homesick is the only explanation I have for our fascination with that sea view. And Nice's famous blue chairs were the perfect vehicle for that paleontological memory lane, back to our past as drifting amoeba.

Unfortunately, light-fingered Italian tourists in mobile homes tended to spirit the chairs away across the border as free garden furniture. So the Maire of Nice instructed French welders to join them into sturdy virtual cinema rows that would no longer fit into the back of camper-vans. Which must be very galling to the Italians, as they are now the perfect size for that Italian extended family .

As a result, you can once more enjoy the Nice tradition of sitting in a blue chair, looking out to sea. Back to your roots.

Welcome : Shooting in French Riviera

by mont-chauve

TCDCA Shooting Club Of Riviera Gun
I recently visited this club and was made to feel most welcome. Heartily recommend.
At least 10 stands
Excellent food served @ lunch
Opening Hours : Wed, Sat, Sun
Contact : Roland Dozol / Lily
Club Tel 04 920 910 96
Port 06 600 201 06
Situated behind Nice on top of a mountain. Great views of Canes and Nice You can normally use a club gun and will be welcome as a guest at most clubs.
Passport needed.
You can get a license fairly easily, allowing you to buy....
You have to have an address in France
Join a Club and ask them for a 'Federation Francaise de Tir' License.
The club will issue the license and send off paperwork to the authorities.
Once you have this licence you are then free to buy a shotgun.
In the case of pistols before you can buy, you need to shoot a number of times at any club, which will be recorded on your shoot record card.

Antibes is a...

by Pomska

Antibes is a beautiful town. There are some pleasant lanes splashed with
flowers in the old town, and a market place in cours Massena. There are
Picasso's museum in Antibes. The Musee Picasso has
over 50 drawings, paintings, prints and ceramics.</

Heaven, I'm in (Chocolate) Heaven

by allaboutnice about 'Auer - Confiseur Chocolatier'

This famous chocolate and confectionary shop (the front is a listed historic monument) is mentioned in many Nice guide books and this December we were finally lured in by the gorgeous Christmas window display.

It has been a chocolate and confectionary shop since 1820 and the Belle Epoque building is beautiful inside and outside - the traditional old-fashioned look has been carefully preserved and it makes a delightful backdrop to all the temptations on offer. The smell of chocolate alone is worth a quick walk around the displays.

The main choices available are:- home-made chocolates, preserved fruits, marrons glaces, jams and cakes. There was also a plate full of of yummy-looking chocolate-filled croissants - very nice for the people who live near enough to do the morning run. In December, you can order a 'Buche de Noel' - a chocolate Christmas log - a very traditonal part of the French Christmas celebrations.

We were only in for a few minutes and it was quite busy BUT I think I have read that there is a coffee shop at the back of Auer. I quite like the sound of this (any excuse to get back there). additional note Feb 2004... Alas, no coffee shop -apparently there used to be one about five years ago. The chocolate here is top quality, made on the premises and comes beautifully packaged. You can buy bags of chocolates of different weights and specially packaged chocolates and glazed fruits that come in wooden hand-painted boxes that are works of art. This is serious chocolate and I suspect most is bought as presents (I can see potential problems in the Summer heat!)

The prices are quite serious too. I couldn't leave empty-handed so I bought a very small bag of chocolate-coated almonds called 'Amandes Princesses' which cost just over 5 euros. They are sitting looking at me as I type this but I am saving them for Christmas Day - I'm not sure if I can hang on another three days, I've survived so far by sniffing the bag every now and again. Additional note post Christmas Day... They were gorgeous. From a few euros for a small bag to over 200 euros for the large hand-painted boxes filled with chocolates. After you have been helped by the staff, all the goods are paid for at the huge old-fashioned till by the door.

Have a look at the Auer website (below) for more photographs. It will make you drool too. There is an option to shop online - I've not tried ordering anything but it will give you an idea of the products and prices.


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Address: 29, avenue Thiers, Nice, French Riviera - Cote d'Azur, 06000, France