Massenet Hotel

3 out of 5 stars3 Stars

11 Rue Massenet, Nice, French Riviera - Cote d'Azur, 06000, France
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97%

Satisfaction Excellent
Excellent
41%
74
Very Good
48%
86
Average
8%
15
Poor
2%
4
Terrible
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0

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Rated 12% higher but also costs 32% more than other 3 star hotels

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Good For Families
  • Families100
  • Couples93
  • Solo90
  • Business85

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Hotel Massenet

by Onedragon about Hotel Massenet

Delightful time at this Hotel. I loved it because they knew how to pronounce my name !!! Very special feeling !!!!!!In the 16th district of Paris, surrounded by trees and the air of French tradition, Hotel Massenet invites you to a classic and C comfortable atmosphere. Not far from the hotel you will find the Eiffel Tower, the Seine, with its painters and bookstores, and the Champs Elysées. A very warm and relaxed atmosphere for me. I love the dining room early in the morning. The relaxed feeling I had having breakfast.

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Forum Posts

St. Nicholas Orthodox Cathedral - did you know?

by Muscovite

Here's what the news say:

The Nice Superior Court in France has declared today the state of Russia to be the owner of St. Nicholas Orthodox Cathedral.

- Hope they will do away with the entrance fee, then.

However, ACOR is going to appeal.

Re: St. Nicholas Orthodox Cathedral - did you know?

by NiceLife

Link to Nice Matin Story - more to follow in tomorrows edition

http://www.nicematin.com/ra/derniere-minute/236074/eglise-russe-propriete-accordee-a-la-federation-de-russie

Now it is own by the Russian Government, I guess we can expect to see it converted into a night club.

Re: St. Nicholas Orthodox Cathedral - did you know?

by Muscovite

Thanks, Fugu,
It’s Russians’ privilege to criticize their government.

Pedmar,
I did not know we are so popular. In this case as a Russian taxpayer I’d rather leave things as they are, I doubt our state budget can easily absorb a loss of half a million euros a year.

Re: St. Nicholas Orthodox Cathedral - did you know?

by NiceLife

Tsk Tsk, so sensitive.

OK, perhaps not a nightclub, but Tsarwitch could do with some livening up, so it may not be altogether a bad idea. How about a restaurant? Here is what our Scottish neighbours made of one of their landmark churches -

http://members.virtualtourist.com/m/6cdeb/4c4af/

Is it not tasteful? Not to say, tasty?

Re: St. Nicholas Orthodox Cathedral - did you know?

by Muscovite

I would add that Napoleon’s French made a stable of the main Kremlin cathedral, if I were really sensitive. Andrew, good for Nice Travel Guide you quickly pulled out of Istanbul.

Back to the point – St. Nicholas cathedral was in a fairly good shape when I saw it last 2 years ago, it can well look after itself.
I would be happier if Caucade cemetery got some attention. The older Russian church in rue Longchamps next to Jean Medecin (I may have dropped a letter or two in French names) could use some new painting, too. I heard there was a library there, but I never saw it open.

Re: St. Nicholas Orthodox Cathedral - did you know?

by NiceLife

Greatest British export: our sense of humour. Or perhaps not ;-(
Our British Empire now works in reverse. Every one we once conquered has now come to live here. Seems fair enough.

Anyway, the Cathedral is one of Nices' architectural jewels: lets hope they open it up for free like all Nice's other museums.(which they do with all the museums in London)

Cheers!

Travel Tips for Nice

join a day excursion or drive...

by Krystynn

join a day excursion or drive up to ST PAUL DE VENCE. Ah, this is indeed a p-e-r-f-e-c-t-l-y preserved medieval town and not even the bus-loads of tourists can destroy its ancient old world charm! Try walking along the quaint narrow cobbled streets and drool over its many delightful shops.... The best time to come is actually in the late afternoon when most of the starry-eyed tourists have left for the day. Then sip a cup of cafe au lait in the COLOMBE D'OR and watch the world sail by you. Heavenly. And don't leave St Paul de Vence without making a pilgrimage to the remarkable 12th century Gothic church. An absolute must-see!

Playing

by NiceLife

Stroll down the Prom as far as the eye can see - shortly before the airport, and at the furthest end of the bay locals from the poorer end of Nice will be out playing petanque, or "boules".

Its a peculiar passion, and the French take it very seriously. Unlike golf or jet-ski racing, it's a very cheap sport. Running costs zero, play anywhere flat, outdoors, sociable, and very much suits the French temperament.

However not recommended after several glasses of Pastis, as your aim becomes progressively more erratic and dangerous to bystanders.

Bathing

by Kuznetsov_Sergey

The previous my bathings in France passed in the certain haste, always it was necessary to go somewhere else. Now I was not hurrying up, with periodicity 2-3 times at an hour dived into the sea, made a little swimming on the water area, and fell again on the towel.

When the sun heated my body up to intolerableness, I again immersed it in cool sea water, returning to it the temperature of comfort. So many hours while solar and sea procedures have not ceased to bring the same pleasure already repeated. Then I walked to the quay.

Cité Mixte du Parc Impérial

by Elainehead

This huge building was built in 1899 as a luxury hotel. After World War I, the hotel was affected by the crisis which striked all the luxury hotels in the coast. Between 1925 and 1926, the county council approved this luxury hotel acquisition. Today, the building is a public secondary school estalishment. The façade changed a bit over the years.

Photos:
http://www.ac-nice.fr/etabs/parcimperial/P2.htm

HOW TO GET THERE

It is close to the Russian Church (L'Eglise Russe).

On foot:
As you walk along Boulevard Twazervitch, turn right on Avenue General Weygand and walk up until you see the building.

By bus:
From the train station (Gare SNCF) take either bus # 14 (Square Daudet - Mont Boron, Direction: Square Daudet) or # 17 (Square Daudet / Monastère de Cimiez - CPAM Pessicart. Direction: CPAM Pessicart).

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Address: 11 Rue Massenet, Nice, French Riviera - Cote d'Azur, 06000, France