Hotel Lepante

2 out of 5 stars2 Stars

6 Rue de Lepante, Nice, French Riviera - Cote d'Azur, 06000, France
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69%

Satisfaction Poor
Excellent
11%
7
Very Good
39%
25
Average
19%
12
Poor
7%
5
Terrible
22%
14

Value Score Poor Value

Costs 28% more than similarly rated 2 star hotels

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  • Families46
  • Couples74
  • Solo87
  • Business60

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Forum Posts

Driving from Nice to Spain

by jillyboo45

Hi has anyone driven from Nice to Bilbao or San Sebastian in Spain?
How long will this take?
Is it worth doing? We will be spending the majority of the time in Spain.

Re: Driving from Nice to Spain

by HansDK

Nice to Bilbao is around 1000 km and take 9:15 hrs.

A good tool for planning is : http://www.viamichelin.com/

Re: Driving from Nice to Spain

by puerto_lover

I have driven all those roads but not at the same time ! You say that you will spend most of your time in Spain. Actually, as you may know already, there are at least 2 routes. One via the Barcelona area, and the other via the San Sebastian area. I mean that unless you plan to cross the Pyrenees somewhere along its length, then your best routes are at either end !

I used to use Viamichelin a lot but nowadays I tend towards Google Maps particularly after they introduced Street View for many cities. So I can get an idea of what to expect ! On Google Driving Directions you have around 9 hours drive along good roads via Toulouse and San Sebastian taking the crossing of the border at Irun/Hendaye.
The alternative route is via Perpignan , Barcelona and Zaragoza (or at least passing by these cities) and would take around 11 hours but a lot of that route is driving through northern Spain.

I would recommend taking time around the Pyrenees because they do hold some wonderful scenery and even some of the mountain pass roads can be exciting and worth exploring if you have the time. Last year I drove from Zaragoza to Pau and this way also does have options. if you like mountain scenery and have the time then consider this option.

Re: Driving from Nice to Spain

by Beausoleil

vamichelin came up with 9 hours 14 minutes for 1006 km. http://www.viamichelin.co.uk/

One of the previous posters mentioned flying into Spain to avoid car dropoff charges in a different country. This makes sense depending on what you are doing. We often fly into Nice (great airport), pick up a Peugeot from their leasing department and then drive to other countries, usually Italy. However, to avoid the dropoff charges in Italy, we plan a few days in the Nice area on our return and then turn in the leased car at the Nice airport and fly home.

If you are staying 17 days or longer, you might want to look at the leasing program. Both Peugeot and Renault have lease (buy-back) programs that are excellent. Brand new car, fully insured, 24-hour roadside assistance and paid in full before you pick up the car so no surprises at the end of your trip. We've used AutoEurope, Kemwel, and lately AutoFrance for the leases. Here are their web sites if you want to get quotes.
http://www.autoeurope.com/
http://www.autofrance.net/
http://www.kemwel.com/

Re: Driving from Nice to Spain

by pedroswift

More on leasing including link to Australian agent (I like to pay Aussie dollars)on my France pages if you care to look: http://members.virtualtourist.com/m/ae2c2/1c/9/ happy trails de p

Travel Tips for Nice

Spend some time at the beach.

by sheryl_tan

I simply love the pebble-beach. Its just a pity that I miss seeing hunks and babes out sun-bathing since we went after dinner. But just stroll along the shore, or sit on the pebbles, and listen. Listen to the sound of the waves bringing the pebbles in and out of the shore. It sounds like the clapping of hands, it was totally relaxing. I had spent hours just sitting and listening to the waves and the pebbles. Well, if you can't catch any waves, you might catch a cold instead.

explore this part of the...

by Krystynn

explore this part of the Riviera where VILLENEUVE-LOUBET is. As we drove from NICE to CANNES, we happened to chance upon this enchanting futuristic building. When such a man-made wonder caught our eye, we knew we had to make a stop in this town called simply - Villeneuve-Loubet!

Le Chien - the ultimate fashion accessory

by NiceLife

Four-legged equivalent to the 4x4 SUV - the samoyed is the next fashion statement. No slipper-chewing family friend this. More wolf-like than a handbag fitting "naugh-ty naugh-ty boy". You couldn't think of a dog less suited to a hot mediterranean climate, but no more unsuited than an off the road 4x4 is to Riviera roads. Its sort of an "four-paw off the road dog"

Fellas, forget the yellow Lamborghini - this is the ultimate babe-magnet. Every passing mademoiselle stopped to ask about the breed and drop admiring compliments. Passing lady poodles went weak at the knees and barked excitedly. A dog fit for a catwalk.

Dog on a leash says "I live here! I'm not a tourist!" There are more subtle overtones too. In a city of small apartments, owning a big dog suggests perhaps you might have a villa. I like the "we have one each". And are they male and female samoyeds? Are children are really just pet-substitutes?

This afternoon walking back from the shops in South London a group of five young men of West Indian origin strutted by, each with a charcoal-grey pit-bull terrier straining on a black leather silver-studded collar and leash. Clearly the "right" dog is now an essential fashion accessory

Beaulieu-sur-Mer

by in4ik

Not the best sunny day? Tired of the beach and no-activity holidays? Here is something for you.

One of the highlights during my stay in Nice was trip to Beaulieu-sur-Mer (on the way to Monaco) and walking tour to Villefranche. It was a whole day tour along the sea shore.

Start in tourist office near the train station and grab the map of a tour. It's easy, but very rewarding in terms of views of the sea, small typical French towns and expensive villas.

Biscuits that get you fat but happy!

by CarineBXL about La cure gourmande

"La cure gourmande" is only one of the shops in Old Nice where you can buy wonderful biscuits. The shop in itself is beautiful, with all these biscuits and chocolates displayed.
You make your own selection, put it in a bag, and then you pay ... and you eat.

Another shop, same style is "les péchés gourmands" (http://www.peches-gourmands.fr). I don't know which one I prefer :-) It all depends on what you like, but they have delicious lemon, chocolate and pistachio biscuits. Everything is fine. The chocolates are also good, but not as terrific as the biscuits. It is expensive, because each type of biscuit is heavy, and as you are tempted to buy one or two of each, you can easily reach 10 euros or more for a bag!

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 Hotel Lepante

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Address: 6 Rue de Lepante, Nice, French Riviera - Cote d'Azur, 06000, France