Citadines Cannes Carnot

3 out of 5 stars3 Stars

1 Rue le Poussin, Cannes, French Riviera - Cote d'Azur, 06400, France
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Satisfaction Excellent
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Value Score Great Value!

Costs about the same, but rated 15% higher than other 3 star hotels

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Good For Couples
  • Families100
  • Couples100
  • Solo100
  • Business75

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TYPE OF ROOM IN HOTEL

by MAIREADMCMAHON

I WAS WONDERING WHETHER IT IS WORTH THE EXTRA MONEY TO BOOK A SUPERIOR ROOM IN THE HOTEL VENDOME IN NICE WHEN I GO THERE IN MAY-WILL IT BE WORTH THE MONEY AND SHOULD I GET A ROOM WITH A GOOD VIEW AND A BETTER BREAKFAST

Re: TYPE OF ROOM IN HOTEL

by Odinnthor

Well it has been a while, but I am pretty sure I did have a superior room. I stayed in a top floor corner room that had a veranda covering both sides. For what it is it was a great little hotel. As a tour manager, I obviously never paid for my five star hotels, but this time I was on my own so price was a factor, and I was happy with the hotel. The location is superb, but the breakfast is somewhat limited, - or it was back then. Really cannot give up to date info on the hotel so take it for what it is worth.

Re: TYPE OF ROOM IN HOTEL

by leics

You do not get any extra or better breakfast for a superior room anywhere of which I am aware.

Superior rooms are just bigger and/or better equipped and/or have better views/are in a better location.

Re: TYPE OF ROOM IN HOTEL

by travelgourmet

I stayed at the Hotel Vendome with my wife and enjoyed a room that was one flight stairway above the entryway on the rue Pastorelli side. The view was not that great as tall buildings are on all sides but you can see down the street toward the sea from the small balcony that we did have wine, cheese and bread to snack on when we returned after a busy day of walking. See my VT "Hotels and Accommodations" tip for the Hotel Vendome. Enjoyed the breakfast as well. Website: http://members.virtualtourist.com/m/736c8/188b0/3/

Re: TYPE OF ROOM IN HOTEL

by didier06

what do you means by " a good view" this hotel is located downtown , it's not a bad location but you can't have a nice view in this hotel.

don't expect a " sea view" or something like that. All aroud this hotel there are small buildings

Re: TYPE OF ROOM IN HOTEL

by travelgourmet

True about the small one story buildings around the property except for the entrance and exit openings. Actually, made the Hotel Vendome seem very private, not wide open to all. The buildings on the opposite side of the street are about 4 to 6 stories high, but you can see down the street toward Place Massena, if you have the balcony on the Rue Alberti side of the hotel.

Re: TYPE OF ROOM IN HOTEL

by Odinnthor

Yes Larry, the top floor corner room with a wrap around balcony afforded a great view, which is a relative term anyway.

Travel Tips for Nice

Nice is like my Poznan page. ...

by kochamanita

Nice is like my Poznan page. It's big enough to see alot, but small enough to see it all on foot. There's a lot of hotels that aren't the best, but have the basics and charge decently. I stayed at the Hotel St. Gothard near the train station twice, and I rather like it. The only bad thing is the second time, my room kinda smelled like butt and I had to get used to it. But what amazed me about that hotel was it had TVN, a Polish TV network all the way down in Nice of all places!

But you've got to go down the main boulevard leading to the long Jardin Anglais. Between that and the beachfront Boluevard Anglais and Blvd. Etats-Unis is a huge area of old little shops in a pedestrian area. There's a lot of fresh seafood markets and the ambieance is very nice. The beach itself isn't really that bad. You actually get used to the stones after awhile. Just don't hang around the wall there, a lot of people have used it as a communal toilet. And try to go to The Rock. It's a little hard to find. How I did it was walk up the Jardin Anglais, then cut across the boulevard there into the pedestrian area. There was a church in the middle of it all, then you turn left and begin scaling the steep hill to The Rock.

Eat everything they put in...

by travelmad478

Eat everything they put in front of you, and then pile in some more! I gained about 2 kg in a week over there, but it was worth it. The food was stupendous, and so much better than anything you can get in the US that it made us depressed. Here's my friend Latanya sneaking some figs off a tree.

Double-parking, a cherished French institution

by Elainehead

People here may double park their car/truck/van because it can be really hard to find a place to park on streets, so you may get used to honking (especially if it's your car, which is "trapped") when spending your days in Nice.

The house of petanque

by Dee22

If you are a petanque-player and find yourself around the Nice area, you would probably enjoy go visiting 'La Maison de la petanque' - the house of petanque.

This house is a combination of a museum and a shop. You'll get to learn about the history of this french game as well as well as buying all kinds of equipment and souveniers.

For non-petanque players it would be a good idea to learn a little about this traditional french 'custom'.

LA MAISON DE LA PETANQUE is located in:
06220 Vallauris

Medieval fortified village, Haut-de-Cagnes

by NiceLife

Would like to meet the wonderful medieval splendour of Eze or St Paul de Vence but without fifty squillion tour coaches darkening the sky?

Be my guest - Haut-de-Cagnes. Its beautiful.

From Nice Gare Routiere take the 200 or 400 bus direction airport/ St Laurent du var, and alight at Cagnes Ville Gare Routiere. From here every fifteen minutes a free minibus service will whisk you up the two kilometres to the Chateau Grimaldi and the uncommercial medieval fortified village of Haut-de-Cagnes. Here your adventure begins . Donation Suzy Solidor, stunning panoramas from the Chateau, twisting winding streets worthy of the Hobbit.

For more sights see my Cagnes-sur-Mer pages.

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 Citadines Cannes Carnot

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Address: 1 Rue le Poussin, Cannes, French Riviera - Cote d'Azur, 06400, France