- Reviews: 3287
Housetrip: Apartment Rental
Another successful apartment stay through Housetrip. This time we got a two bedroomed, 80m2 apartment with a balcony just off the main street, about ten minutes walk from the station and the old town. Not totally central, but a nice part of the inner city with good transport connections and excellent supermarkets and shopping within a couple of hundred meters. The lady who rented the apartment was extremely nice, although not speaking much English. The only down side is that it's a bit noisy as the street below is pretty busy (five floors but there's a lift), and there's no air conditioning, so might not be the best at the height of summer. Perfect in October, though.
- Reviews: 402
Hotel Rosetti: Unexpected Old Town Gem
You would not believe this modest grey door leads to a very chic hotel!
'Rosetti', as you can guess, is located exactly in Rosetti square with its splendid Sainte Réparate Cathedral and no less well-known Fenoccio ice-cream cafe. (Although I prefer Azzura, especially as it's in the same building)
For all the ancient surroundings, the interior is quite modern - they even have running water!
Don't worry about safety - that little door is actually enforced and has a coded lock.
- Reviews: 402
'Aristocrate': Furnished rooms
This lodging house is located in the same building as Le Florida - unusually favourable, that is, for such a modest place.
Be sure you have strong legs to get to the 4th floor.
No Internet site, only phone.
Location, location, and location again
- Reviews: 402
Le Florida: Cheap place - expensive location
This is about Le Florida at avenue Jean Médecin, not to be mixed up with Hotel Florida at Cimiez!
The place is actually not a hotel, but 'chambre meublées' - rooms with furniture, a kitchen corner and sort of a bathroom.
The rooms are on the 3rd floor, there is even a balcony opening into the avenue.
No Internet site, only two phone numbers, and both appear to be mobiles.
There is another lodging right in the same house, above this one, even more modest - on the fourth floor, therefore no balcony, but with a proud name of
The main asset is of course the location - the centre of the centre; the main avenue, the famous Galeries Lafayette in two steps, the no less known McDonald's in one step, pharmacy - the same block, newsstand - around the corner.
And the beach within five minutes' walk.
- Reviews: 402
Studio Nice centre: Studio Nice centre
Absolutely great, in fact, actually better than shown in advert.
I will positively recommend it, in fact, already did!
Location – in a side lane, next to the main street. Well-connected and healthy – the main street is pedestrian save the modern eco-friendly tram. Both beach and railway station within 10 minutes’ walk. Monoprix shopping-centre across the street – the only big food-store in Nice centre I know to close as late as 9 p.m.; traditional bakery around the corner.
Period building with recent renovation. This means a place with a character, at the same time all fittings new. Lift goes all the way from the ground to the upper floor – this is not always the case in Europe. Walls a good meter thick – no air-conditioning necessary even in summer. High ceiling – a lot of space in mezzanine.
Apartment equipped with all sorts of useful little things, like clothespins or salt and pepper, even a good supply of tea and coffee. Three (!) sets of wine glasses, and a complimentary well-chosen bottle of rosé. The owners are very amiable and thoughtful and do their best to make you stay comfortable.
- Reviews: 107
Comte de Nice Hotel: Extremely stuffy
I stayed for five nights in a triple room on the fourth floor in August of Comte de Nice Hotel. The room was small and the bathroom was extremely cramped. But the real problem was that the building was preheated much during the day and the room was extremely stuffy, airless. We could not sleep. Even a fan switched at night did not help much. Also, my bed was too short. I think if someone wants to stay there, good localisation, you should rent a studio in the ground floor.
- Reviews: 402
Auberge de jeunesse "Les Camélias": Hostel with location
This is very central, right behind Nice Etoile shopping centre, about 500 m from the sea
3, rue Spitaleri
06000 - Nice
(33)(0)4 93 62 15 54
(33)(0)4 93 80 42 96
Never been inside, though :)
- Reviews: 2
Riveria Pebbles: Nice Apartment in Nice, France
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
- Reviews: 4
Brice Hotel: Good location
We loved our stay at this hotel, It was within walking distance from the station ,shopping centres, and old Nice town. The hotel was also two blocks back fro the Promenade de Anglais, were we spent a lot of time, over all a lovely hotel.
The hotel had a lovely garden, you could sit and read and relax,the reception staff were very nice and went out of their way to help with any questions.
- Reviews: 428
Hôtel Goldstar: A suite hotel
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.
- Reviews: 50
Hotel Trocadero: Nice budget hotel in Nice.
I spent 3 nights here in Feb 2008. It was a very reasonable €35 per night. They also added 70 cents per night tax. Not much but it's better not to be surprised when they charge it. I enjoyed my stay. It was clean and quiet and a short walk to Nice's main street. It's also quite close to the railway station. The street that it's on seems a little bit rough but I didn't have any problems.
- Reviews: 2098
Hotel Excelsior Regina Palace: In tribute to Queen Victoria
Said to have an effusion of "ballrooms, loggias and bowed galleries" the Hotel Excelsior Regina Palace is named in honor of Queen Victoria. At one time, it was also headquarters for artist, Henri Matisse, who spent his last days here after World War II.
Although we did not have time to explore the inside of this staid hotel, it does bring to mind a finer age of travel. Nearby stands a statue dedicated to Queen Victoria (pic #2).
- Reviews: 26
Vieux Nice Apartment: Artist's apartment
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.
- Reviews: 6
Hotel Welcome: Great View
This small hotel and charming waterfront were so relaxing compared to Nice. Walk to any number of restaurants, walk to the beach and walk up to the train stop and travel to Monte Carlo or Nice. Buses also stop to Nice which is just a short trip.
Ambience, proximity to restaurants and waterfront. Bar, balconies. reasonable price. If you go here in the summer do not miss Bastille day where the boats come in and they throw flowers and have a big dance at the castle on the hill. Everyone is invited. If you come in summer be prepared that the one negative is the air conditioning in this hotel was weak. I went and bought a fan and that solved my problem. I left the fan so ask the manager for a fan for your room.
- Reviews: 61
Rue Vernier: Self-catering apartment
If you look for a small cheap self-catering flat I can recommend www.nizza-ferienwohnung.com.
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