Discovering Nice city
Are you coming to Nice and want to discover the places you can not miss? Start along the sea by taking the famous Promenade des Anglais. The most courageous can know from the port to Cannes in blue bike following the bike path. Next to our hotel, beautiful walks are to be made at the Vinaigrier Park also equipped with a health course. Do not miss to visit the old town, the Coulee Verte, the Place Massena or the Castle Hill. You will also find very beautiful churches in the old city as well as a Russian church which is worth the detour. Shopping lovers will find their happiness avenue Jean Medecin as well as in the city center.
Perched villages of the French Riviera
The medieval villages to discover in the countryside are not to miss. Some are classed among the most beautiful in France! We recommend the following villages during your stay in Nice: Peille, Peillon, Sainte-Agnes, Saint Paul de Vence, Eze, Tourrettes sur Loup and Gourdon.
Relaxing in St Jean Cap Ferrat and around
During the summer, Saint-Jean-Cap-Ferrat, Villefranche-sur-Mer and Beaulieu, are ideal destinations for a lazy day at the seaside. Do not forget to go to the Antibes Cap and Cannes for a day of visit, idleness, discovery, sports or for a shopping session!
20 minutes away from Italy
To offer a little change of scenery, we invite you to go to Italy, just 20 minutes drive from our 2-star hotel in Nice. We advise you to visit the beautiful city of San Remo, close to the border, without forgetting to stop for a cappuccino and good pastas!
The Monaco Grand Prix
The Monaco Grand Prix, this mythical Formula 1 event, will take place this year from Thursday 24 to Sunday 27 May 2018. Do you want to attend this exceptional race? Remember to book in our charming hotel in Nice. It is less than 40 minutes from Monaco by car.
Visit of the Fragonard Factory
Have you always dreamed of discovering the secrets of making your perfumes? The Fragonard factory in Grasse welcomes you and offers you a free guided visit, from manufacturing processes to packaging. Then, let you tell 3000 years of history of perfume through the visit of the museum.