Never stayed there
Unique Quality: Hotel Oasis – British-operated, as far as I know.
Typical – or what one expects to be typically British, tea and silver milk-pots.
Quiet, guests' average age 80.
Safe, walled and gated, you have to know the code word to get in and take pictures.
Anton Chekhov lived there – in 1890s the place belonged to a Russian lady who could make a very good borsch cheaply. Don’t worry about flocks of literature-obsessed tourists, there are none these days.
Residence Beau Rivage on the Promenade – never stayed there either, but Matisse and Chekhov did.
Opposite the most popular beach, must be crowded in summer.
Directions: Between the sea and the train station
Lovely 3* B&b in the heart of the city. 500 metre walk to the beach and 5 minute walk up the road is the main train station where you can explore further afield
Unique Quality: High standard but rooms are a bit small. Sat tv,Air conditioning,Fridge and nice clean bathrooms.Great place! Oh and the breakfast is yummy!
Three star and well situated
Unique Quality: Reviews here - generally favourable - from the many scots visitors who get a warm welcome from the manager Samantha Lewis.
Hotel l'Oasis reviews (Tripadvisor)
Claims a semitropical garden with antique fountains. Influential people who stayed here during the first half of the 20th century in its earlier incarnation included Anton Chekhov, who composed part of Three Sisters here, and Lenin, who apparently spent a holiday here in 1911. Since modernised in Provencal style
Directions: Musiciens district, which is convenient for access to all Nice attractions and is a safe and very respectable district.
13 - 15 Promenade des Anglais, Nice
15 quai Rauba Capeu, (Formerly Primotel), Nice
37 Promenade des Anglais, Nice
107 boulevard Bischoffsheim, Grande Corniche, Nice
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Address: 23 rue Gounod, Nice, French Riviera - Cote d'Azur, 06000, France