Hotel Kent

2 out of 5 stars2 Stars

16 rue Chauvain, Nice, French Riviera - Cote d'Azur, 06000, France
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Value Score Poor Value

Costs 52% more than similarly rated 2 star hotels

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  • Families50
  • Couples57
  • Solo100
  • Business100

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Forum Posts

getting to eze village

by kidd12

is there a bus or train that goes to eze village from nice. its just that my mum is travelling to nice with me and she cant walk to far and I read in differnt forums that you can only go so far using transport and then have to walk up a steep path to the village?

Re: getting to eze village

by TexasDave

What you read is right, the bus stops on the road but to get to the village it's a good climb up a path, not recommended for a person mobility problems.

Re: getting to eze village

by SONG

Time changes all..........so my tip may be totally outdated. BUT when I went to
Eze, my friend and I huffed and puffed and walked up that steep hill. She fell once on the loose gravel. However, when we got to the top, we saw a bus which
stopped right next to the town of Eze. Since we had met a wonderful couple on the way up who invited us into their home, gave us water, and cut fresh roses for us, we did not regret the climg. BUT it was not for anyone who cannot walk or climb easily. Good luck finding that elusive bus...........
Kathy

Re: getting to eze village

by NiceLife

Your wish is my command!

Nice bus station "Gare Routiere" bus route no 82 to Eze Plateau de la Justice, dismount along with more or less everyone else at Eze Village.

If there's a longish wait, the alternative bus is the 112 bound for Beausoleil (suburb of Monaco), dismount at Eze Village just the same.

Its worth checking the times there and back as both routes are not as frequent as you might like

http://www.lignedazur.com/horaires_ligne/

Now, where was I....

Travel Tips for Nice

Take local buses to some...

by noahsdad

Take local buses to some out-of-the-way sights. In Vence, the Matisse Chapel bursts with color and life but is also serene and contemplative. Grasse has frivolity to spare: the rococo Fragonard museum and a perfume factory (the aromas waft through town in a heady, floral blend!).

Advanced Nice: the quartiers

by NiceLife

Not for beginners, the principal residential areas of the city of Nice. Essential knowledge for Estate Agents and property seekers, affordable longer term rentals.

Most desirable:
Heart of Nice - Centre and Liberation - Musiciens, Vieux Nice
Est - Mont Boron and the Port
Cimiez
Ouest - Magnan and Fabron.

Up and coming but mixed: Riquier and St Roch

Cheap but too far out: Californie

Avoid at all costs: Ariane

Being in France is very...

by ErikaL

Being in France is very different from being in the US. Make sure you are aware that you ARE in another country not your own and be respectable of that. One thing I learned is that a smile is an invitation to be hit on because they assume you are single.

Les Alpes Maritimes - the "Marine Alps"

by WanderingFinn

A great idea for a one day trip -or why not more- is to drive up to the maritime Alps of the French Riviera. It's a nice way to cool down a bit and keep a break from e.g. beachlife or city life. Still you don't have to choose one from the other - you can keep your beaches and nightlife but still get the mountains and tiny villages.

From these little Alps (usually max 1500 m in height) you find a totally different environment, nature, cool fresh air and fantastic scenic roads, small villages and great people. Two good examples, well and easily to be done during one day during daylight are villages called Luceram and Peillon. (Please see my special pages about these villages).

If you want to go further away and higher up, a place called Sospel is highly recommended by many. Just take your map and choose your destination!

It is good to bear in mind when calculating driving times the advancing in narrow mountain roads is many times slower than usual; sometimes you even have to stop to let another car pass by, or the curve might be so tiny that you have to back your car a few times to get on. So don't let the sun go down when in the middle of the mountains unless you are used to it.

More villa voyeurism, on Cap D'Ail

by NiceLife

The rail stop before Monaco (or the TAM 100 bus) is Cap D'Ail , the garlic cape. No garlic here, but lush vegetation andpriviledged villas to be seen off the two kilometre Sentier Littoral that winds along to coast to Monaco Fontveille.

Offering glimpses of homes favoured by Greta Garbo and Sir Winston Churchill, the walk is dotted with helpful botanical information plaques about the vegetation found here

The Cape also offers an attractive shingle beach, Plage Mala,one of the better of this stretch of the Riviera

It is quite feasible to walk through Fontveille to Montecarlo, and take the railway train back to Nice.

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Address: 16 rue Chauvain, Nice, French Riviera - Cote d'Azur, 06000, France