Premiere Classe Hotel Nice

385 Promenade des Anglais, Nice, French Riviera - Cote d'Azur, 06200, France

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Hotel Premiere Classe Nice - Promenade Des Anglais
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Transportation in Nice and Moving around

by lafaya

Hi there
Can you please help me overcome the following questions:

1. What is the best and economical way to travel from Nice train station to my Hotel named Premiere Classe Nice Promenade des Anglais and the address is 385, Peomenade des Anglais and how much it cost

2. How far is the hotel from Nice Old town

3. What is the best way to travel around nice?Bus,Train,Scooters?????

4. I also want to visit some neighbouring areas such as St Tropez, Cannes, Monaco and the likes. What is the best and fastest way to go to these places. Since i will be in Nice for only 3 days is it possible to visit all these places and if not which one you recommend?

Any other tips is most welcome

Rgds

Zak

Re: Transportation in Nice and Moving around

by jamesfmunro

That hotel is at the western end of the Promenade, very close to the airport. It's about 6km from the old town. I'm unsure of the cost, but you will be able to get a bus from the bus station or the train station. Easiest way to get around Nice itself is on foot or by bus. I wouldn't use a scooter or hire car. Cannes and Monaco are easily reachable by bus or train.

Re: Transportation in Nice and Moving around

by NiceLife

The best bus to catch is the lfrequent ocal lignes d'azur 23 which runs from Nice Train station to airport Terminal One - but parallel to the promenade des Anglais one block away from the sea along Californie which turns into boulevard rene cassin just before the airport. You will need to judge exactly which stop but I thnk its just before Arenas - Lavalliere M Mignon or Notre Dame des Lourdes

Dismount there and you will be three minutes walk to the premiere classe direction of the sea.

Though that sounds tricky you will quickly get your bearings - James is right - you are 6km outside of the centre of Nice and the railway station.If you have any option of changing hotels I would recommend considering it.

The best way up and down the coast to Cannes and Monaco is train from Nice Gare Ville but forget St Tropez unless you want a five hour round trip - its quite inaccessible. Even though people routinely mention it in the same breath as Cannes, its nowhere even near.

If you want to live a reasonable period time on this earth, forget the scooter.

Cheers

Re: Transportation in Nice and Moving around

by jamesfmunro

Just as an addendum, see bus schedules etc at www.lignedazur.com
There are English pages there, if you have difficulties with French.

Andrew is quite right about the scooter. Nice is the most Italian of French cities. This confers many benefits on the city, but a safe and relaxed driving experience is not among these.

Travel Tips for Nice

walk down the Promenade de...

by msleinon

walk down the Promenade de Anglais... such a great feeling, sun shining and all the stuff :)
It's just fabulous way to see people and feel the Mediterranean at the same time. Warmth of the city I guess, beautiful scenaries and all the cute guys... heh.

Santa looking nice in Nice!

by bambino36

I was in Nice a couple of weeks before Christmas and the city was decorated with Santas in all of the street lamps of the Promenade des Anglais and some other walls and lamps around.
Santa looking nice in Nice!

Go Bowling!

by Elainehead

Bowling is so fun!!! And, YES, you can go bowling in Nice!!! Bring along all your friends and family! If you don't like bowling, you can still play pool...
INFO: 30 pistes - Proshop - Billards - Jeux. OPEN HOURS: Everyday from 11 AM to 2h30 AM. Weekends and holidays from 10 AM to 2h30.
PRICE: It depends on the time you arrive. I've been on a Saturday afternoon and I paid around 4 Euros (each person) for the "partie" and 2 Euros (I'm not sure though) for the shoes. If you are a professional bowler, I guess I'd recomend you bring your own bowling ball and special pair of shoes.

BEACHES
The beaches of Nice,...

by slaybelle

BEACHES

The beaches of Nice, and along
the coast to Antibes, are shingle (smooth stones).
From Antibes-Juan-les-Pins
to Cannes, the beaches are sand. It's obvious
which you need for building sand castles, but
many people actually prefere the grit-free
shingle beaches. Also, it's not much fun
trying to skip sand out across the water.

Nice Etoile

by NiceLife about The Nice Etoile shopping mall

Nice Etoile is Nice's main shopping mall, situated in the heart of the modern shopping area of the main street av Jean Medecin.

The only other malls of note are TNL in the suburb Riquier (home to a giant Carrefour) and out of town CAP3000, near the airport.

Opened up by an atruim to natural light , whizzy lifts cast as scifi-style pods glide silently up and down the interior walls, escalators, chandeliers, modern hotel-style seats, and atmospheric deployment of pink and purple lighting. Oh and shops. Not to forget the purpose of a mall. Shops. Nice Etoile is home to dozens of frock-shops including C&A (yes, you read correctly, "C&A". A marque I thought had been despatched decades ago to a home for aged and retired retail brands, but still live and kicking here) and many shoes, bags and other girly essentials. Also for domestic lifestyle enhancement there's Habitat (even more expensive in France), and Maison du Monde should you feel a need for a pair of green and orange scented candles.

Eating needs are catered for by several establishments ideal for casual coffee and pastries, and the icecream kiosk is actually rather good, as well as being cheaper than the standard tourist tarrif.

And there's parking for serious shoppers. French priced for locals. Which means fashions generally inexpensive, everything else a bit fierce.

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 Premiere Classe Hotel Nice

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Address: 385 Promenade des Anglais, Nice, French Riviera - Cote d'Azur, 06200, France