Hotel H33

2 out of 5 stars2 Stars

33 rue Pastorelli, Nice, French Riviera - Cote d'Azur, 06000, France
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73%

Satisfaction Average
Excellent
11%
4
Very Good
37%
13
Average
25%
9
Poor
8%
3
Terrible
17%
6

Value Score Poor Value

Costs 27% more than similarly rated 2 star hotels

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  • Families50
  • Couples56
  • Solo66
  • Business0

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Help Locating French Rose Perfume from Boutique in Nice

by NiceHearts

Hi, I'm searching for a French Rose perfume as a surprise Christmas gift for my best friend. She visited Nice as part of a stop on a cruise two years ago. There was a shop near port and I think it is probably Aladin SARL based on location, but they don't have a website... I know there is a very small chance, but if anyone currently in Nice can confirm this, and perhaps be kind enough to purchase a bottle for me, and ship I would be most grateful, and gladly offer a premium in payment for such a wonderful deed. Perhaps I could return the favor as well somehow if anything is desired from the U.S.

Thanks!

Re: Help Locating French Rose Perfume from Boutique in Nice

by Elainehead

Hi,

If it was a Molinard perfum (Aladin sells this brand), I believe you can order it from their website (http://www.molinard.com).

FEUILLES de ROSE: http://www.molinard.com/produit_detail_gb.php?articles_id=589

ROSE: http://www.molinard.com/produit_detail_gb.php?articles_id=612

Re: Help Locating French Rose Perfume from Boutique in Nice

by rudy.viae

It could also be a Fragonard perfume - you might find the rose perfume your friend bought here: http://www.fragonard.com/parfums_grasse/recherche.cfm

Re: Help Locating French Rose Perfume from Boutique in Nice

by Muscovite

Hi,

It would help if you could copy and post everything that was written on the bottle.
Then you will know that it is maybe made – or was, they tend to keep up with the progress – in one of the three perfume factories, Molinar, Fragonar or Gallimar. They have Internet sites and, I think, you can order a delivery service. In all probability it will be Molinar, they do have their own outlet next to the Promenade.

Chances are, however, your friend bought her perfume in one of the souvenir shops in the Old City, they are not bad at all and much cheaper. Then, indeed, you can count only on someone living in Nice to find it.

Travel Tips for Nice

Cote d'Azur You really need...

by Hexepatty

You really need to explore all of the Blue Sea Coast. We didn't stay in Nice, but made a day trip there over a few trips. We prefer to stay in Cap Ferrat. This photo shows Cap Ferrat in the distance. NOT STAYING IN NICE, rather staying in Cap Ferrat. And visting Italy, Monaco, and the rest of the Coast during our day time.

'Get in touch' with the SEA....

by Janina_B.

'Get in touch' with the SEA.
The city of Nice has been a popular tourist destination for centuries, for royalty and commoners alike because..... (esp. in the past) they were not keen on sunbathing. The beaches of Nice, and along the coast to Antibes, are shingle (smooth stones). So if you are keen on building sand castles as well you have to go elsewhere. (I actually prefer shingle beaches... but certainly not in Nice)

First of May

by NiceLife

First of May is Labour Day, which as is often the case means the opposite of what it says - It means NO labour day.

Irrespective of what it says on bus timetables about "Sundays and holidays" service, there is absolute no service whatsoever by buses within Nice and connecting services between Nice and other towns. The only exception used to be the Airport Express Ligne 98 and 99 which soldiered on regardless, but now they too cease to operate on May 1st.

Most shops also close, and central Nice is given over to the big trade unions like the communist-leaning CGT transport union who hold large rallys with lots of speeches and much red flag waving. Lots of young people are attracted to waving red flags. This is because they feel life is unfair. We all know life is unfair, but unlike them we also know that all those red flags have ever done is make it more unfair still (Eastern Europe, 300m people under Communism, 1945 - 1995, quod est demonstrandum)

Another custom of First of May is the celebration of Santa Capelina, who apparently is patron saint of people who wear hats, and symbolically carries a hat and a fish, which you are invited to go eat.

Needless to say the place this is celebrated is the Rauba Capeu, literally "where the wind steals your hat" on the very tip of the Baie des Anges.

Further off the beaten path: Provence

by NiceLife

The coastal rail-line puts everything Provence within reach of Nice. Almost.

The Eastern Riviera and Provence: want to know why you can't get a train to St Tropez? Because it doesn't go there. But isn't St Tropez just next to Cannes? Its actually around thirty miles away.

Can you get to Marseilles for a day trip? Yes, but be prepared for a three and a half hour ride - consult the map. And Toulon? Yes. How far is Aix en Provence? A long long way, but the beautiful old capital of Provence is worth the effort.

Is it true that "L'on y danse, sur le pont d'Avignon"? That you will have to find out for yourself.

Distance from Nice to nearby places:

West:
Antibes 17 km
Cannes 26 km
Toulon 126 km
Aix-en-Provence 149 km
Marseille 160 km
Avignon 200 km
Grenoble 207 km

East:
San Remo 43 km
Genoa 155 km
Turin 157 km
Milan 250 km

Cap 3000, St Laurent du Var

by NiceLife

A thirty minute bus ride from Nice just past the airport is the retail park Cap 3000, home to a shopping mall with a giant Galleries Lafayette, and more importantly, Galleries Lafayette Gourmande. A rival to Londons Harrods and Selfridges food halls but infinitely more reasonably priced. If you fancy a little continental shelf browsing and beautiful gourmet things to take home, this is a great little excursion, especially if you are let down by the weather one day.

Around the store are little eating spots so you can do lunch in style in the aisle. The selection of French wines is huge, especially rose de Provence. And there is a little corner for "produits Anglais" if you hanker for Heinzbaked beans or PG Tips teabags. The floor above holds a vast floor of fashion goods.

Next door are the many restaurants of the little resort of St Laurent itself. You can watch the planes landing at Nice airport in the near distance, and watch the kite-surfing for which this open and breezy spot is perfect.

Catch any of the TAM buses direction Cannes (200, 400, 410, 500) and hop off at the bus stop opposite the Cap 3000 (La Passarelle). Alternatively the Bus 52 from the Nice Gare Routiere goes direct to St Laurent de Var stopping at "Cap trois mille". In any case, fare only a miserly 1 euro each way.

Not open on Sundays!

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Address: 33 rue Pastorelli, Nice, French Riviera - Cote d'Azur, 06000, France