Mar 5, 2020 - Mar 6, 2020
2 adults - 1 room
Where to Stay in Nice
A wonderful city on the French Riviera, Nice has an abundance of hotels befitting one of the most popular holiday destinations for international and local tourists alike.
While the obvious temptation is to opt for a hotel on the seafront, these are usually priced according to that demand. However, there are plenty of other less expensive options that are not far from the blue waters of the Mediterranean and that offer value for money, while also being close to many of the city’s other attractions.
Car rental in Nice is a hugely popular option thanks to the flexibility it gives with a view to discovering the rest of the Riviera as well as further afield. Other transport options include private taxis, an excellent bus network serving all parts of the city, regional TER trains between Nice and the rest of the Riviera, and a tram service that is both cost effective and quick.
Hotels in Nice
For location, the Hyatt Regency is hard to beat perched, as it is, on the edge of the stunning Promenade des Anglais complete with views of the Mediterranean. A noble and luxurious choice, this five-star property is the ideal hotel for a special occasion on the French Riviera with easy access by rail to many of the other jewels dotted along its exquisite coastline. As well as superbly appointed rooms, the hotel has both an indoor and outdoor pool in addition to a fully-equipped fitness room.
Located close to the city’s old town and a short stroll to the beach and Promenade des Anglais, La MalMaison Nice is a popular mid-range hotel choice with shopping streets on the doorstep and a train station just 500m away. Renovated in 2016, the hotel boasts an Art Deco design while featuring the best in modern amenities including complimentary high-speed Wi-Fi and flat screen 4K TVs. The hotel is also close to a tram stop allowing easy access to other parts of the city.
A cosy budget choice hotel, the Hotel Monsigny is a family business with modern rooms, free WIFI, a hotel bar and a café with a rich buffet breakfast. A roof terrace offers panoramic views over the rooftops of Nice, while the hotel is also close to a tram stop, bus stops and the railway station.
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I loved Nice so much I visited twice! The perfect location to explore the South of France and the home of the Cannes Festival. It's especially great for sea views and lazy beach days.
Would really recommend you to spend a day in Nice. Walk up the stairs or take the elevator up to the view point which is located close to the old town (Vielle Ville). Stroll down the streets of the old town and stop by Place Massena. Walk down the famous Promenade des Anglais and watch the beautiful turquoise water. Take a swim, but be careful, the beaches in Nice are covered with stones. But on the upside, this is what gives the waters its intense color.
A splendid seaside city that proves luxury and affordability for whatever taste you desire. With beaches, restaurants, markets and museums, there truly is something for everyone.
Nice was very nice, as they say. A beach town in south of France with full of life, culture, beach and seafood.