We stayed at the hotel Monseigner. It was friendly and the staff was helpful. Although the elevator seemed to be on it's last legs. We found out from some Americans that there is a Hotel Canada. How ironic.
Stay in the South of France, 5 minutes on foot to the sparkling, blue sea. So much to do and see in this French Riviera, one of the most beautiful places on this planet, steeped in culture and history. We are in the heart of the Côte d'Azur, and part of Provence. This is where the Alps meet the Mediteranean, where the light has attracted famous painters (Cezanne, Picasso, Matisse, Chagall) and where healthy food and succulant wines are to be enjoyed in small, family restaurants in true French style. To see our apartment, please visit our web site http://frenchriviera.bizland.com/ or http://members.nbci.com/cotedazur/. Happy holidays!
We rent our apartment by the week. Prices vary according to time of year - from US$300 to 650 per week.
Please look at our web site for more details: http://frenchriviera.bizland.com/ or http://members.nbci.com/cotedazur/.
We rented a beautiful 2 bedroom apartment in the Muscian's Quarter of Nice - the company we delt with was very helpful. The Apartment was clean, had every thing we needed and was furnished in the most beautiful French style.
Location. Clean, quite and fabulous
I recommend to stay in vacation apartment more than in hotel in France. Let's see my recommendaiton:
- more space (large white L -shaped leather sofa),
- LCD TV with many TV channels
- LCD monitor computer and free internet
- big refrigerator to put food from supermarket
- kitchen and equipment for cooking
- dish washing machine
- clothes washing machine in toilet
It's a real French life experience, home feel
Artist's home, seems enter into an Art world. Location is easy going to ville centre, restaurants, shopping, tramway.
We spent five (5) nights in the Hôtel Goldstar, touring and walking around Nice with a day–trip to Monaco.
The Goldstar is four blocks from the beach. Its suites are without views, but nicely furnished. The "Consul" suites, one of four types, have a bedroom and sitting room (which may be closed off), a small kitchen, a bath and a separate room for the commode.
The hotel is within easy walking distance of the Promenade des Anglais, a pedestrian shopping mall, and many decent restaurants.
Reception clerks speak English and the entire staff is friendly and helpful.
There is ample underground parking at the hotel.
There's a partially enclosed swimming pool on the roof, with chaise lounges for enjoying the Mediterranean sun. The hotel also has a well-equipped exercise room.
There's no restaurant, but an ample breakfast is served on the 6th floor -- at an exorbitant cost of 20€ (US$24) per person.
Uniquely, among the hotels we stayed in during this visit, there is no injunction against smoking in the suites -- but only a request that one not smoke in "public areas." There was an ashtray in our suite.
Room service is available 24/7. Its cost is high: 74€ (US$89) for two plates of pasta and soft drinks.
There's an in-rom safe plus abundant closet space.
There's free wifi throughout the hotel as well as a high-speed computer, also free, in the small business center area.
If you look for a small cheap self-catering flat I can recommend www.nizza-ferienwohnung.com.
We stayed for 3 nights. Its very convenient to the main train station.The staff are very friendly and all can speak English and Italian. Rooms are basic but clean and quiet if you can get one that faces onto the inner courtyard.
I think that its the second cheapest and best value hotel in Nice given its location. This accounts for why it always appears to be full (complet) so book ahead. a single room with a bath was 33 euros with a double 50
Hotel Liserons de Mougins
It's a lovely small hotel with a large pool and ideally located for trips everywhere!
Don't miss the dinners there! The chief is cooking himself and you get what he prepares for his family!!!
The first time we were in Nice (1991) we stayed at a very nice hotel, a bit away from the action, called the Beach Regency. I don't know if it is still there.
There are many campgrounds along the Medeterranian coast. We preferred the 2 to 3 star variety. They were all very clean. Note: campgrounds in Europe do not include camp tables!
$10 to $15 average US equivalent.
We have never had any difficulty finding a short term apartment to rent. Amongst the many advantages are the ability to deal direct with the owner, to share accommodation of 2 or more bedrooms and to enjoy often spacious accommodation at a fraction of the price you might pay at a hotel.
Two sites we have found very useful and where you can book on-line are:
Both sites include accommodation throughout Europe and elsewhere.
Though this is not an hotel or "serviced" accomodation - it's been the best stay ever. Rent the apartment through www.france-nice.com.
Beautiful apartment with 2 bedrooms and extra beds available. 100 squaremetre apartment with all facilities, 105 squaremetre large terrace. Overhanging the ocean, just past the harbour. 15 minutes lazy walk to the old town.
Jaw dropping luxury and location.
Not cheap, but if you stay here, you're not counting the pennies.
Wholeheartedly recommend for everyones' "once in a lifetime" list.
Architecture, setting, facilities, service...
In the URL enclosed a list of all hotels in nice. However I must emphasis that prices inside towns are always higher then in places outside town. In the inland mountains the villages offer great B&B places, romantic as well as luxereous. Also, in the mountains the temperatures are lower then along the coastline and in town. Here one can have temperatures at night being more comfortable. For those who can't stand the heat ... look up a nice place in the mountains just behind Nice (to town it anyway will be only half an hour.
The Hotel Au Picardy is a small family run inn that is best suitable for young travelers on a budget. The best aspect of this place is its location -- literally footsteps away from the main Nice bus station and in the heart of Le Vieux Nice for great food and local shops. For a double room, you get a spacious queen bed, a remodeled bathroom, and some basic amentities. The service is the lacking part of this place... there is no one at the front desk after 8PM and all concerns will have to wait until the next morning. But for $20Euros per person a night, I won't complain.
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