Finding an ideal romantic hotel in Nice does not have to be difficult. Welcome to Hotel Negresco, a nice option for travelers like you.
Close to some of Nice's most popular landmarks, such as Cathedrale Sainte-Reparate (0.9 mi) and Place Garibaldi (1.2 mi), Hotel Negresco is a great destination for tourists.
Hotel Negresco Nice is a romantic hotel offering a flat screen TV, air conditioning, and a minibar in the rooms, and it is easy to stay connected during your stay as free wifi is offered to guests.
The hotel features a 24 hour front desk, a concierge, and room service. Plus, guests can enjoy a fitness center and breakfast, which have made this a popular choice among travelers visiting Nice. For guests with a vehicle, parking is available.
When you’re feeling hungry, be sure to check out Le Vingt4, BiBoViNo Nice, and Bootgrill Restaurant, which are some wine bars that are popular with locals and out-of-towners alike.
If you’re looking for something to do, Castle Hill (1.1 mi), Old Town (Vieille Ville) (0.5 mi), and Cathédrale Saint-Nicolas (0.7 mi) are a nice way to spend some time, and they are all within walking distance of Hotel Negresco.
Hotel Negresco looks forward to welcoming you on your visit to Nice.
We were here for two nights, needing a place near family (three blocks) and that had parking. Checked both those boxes. First off parking in Nice is a nightmare, the entrance is on a corner, so we missed it and had to drive around the block. We were greeted nicely by attendants in full livery despite the heat. Also we had a ton of luggage which they cheerfully hauled to our room. Our room was a nice size with a view of the sea, a bit over decorated for my taste, but pretty. The bathroom was something else! Glitter gold tub, sink and bidet. Actually I think they are cool in a 1970's Bass Boat kind of way. The public areas have lots of important art works and antiques as well as contemporary works. This is where the problem lies there is too much and it is mixed together in a way that you really can't appreciate any of it. My suggestion is to take about a third of it out. It's a place everyone should go once, even if it's just for a drink.…
Even if one is not staying at this stunning hotel, going to see the Belle Epoque architecture is worth the walk. A leading hotel of the world, one cannot go inside unless you are staying at this historic icon. I understand the art collection inside rivals many museums. The location is perfectly situated on the Promenade Anglais a short walk from the old town.
If it was possible I would give 10 stars. There is something magical about the atmosphere the setting the art works mixed with the history. The Augiers may have sadly passed away but sure they would be proud of how the hotel has remained true to their ideals. The rooms are gorgeous to boot -- evidently rather important in a hotel!!! -- but what makes it or rather made it very special is the outstanding staff. As a team they are amazing from Lesley the head of reception -- her delightful and efficient team Ilyna, Amir and Luisa -- to Jean-Marie -- 35 years there though he looks 22 -- and the other porters as well as Karolina the concierge -- her fellow concierge apologies had a vague moment cannot recall his name -- and Adrien Majeranowski the executive Duty Manager all made it a memorable experience. They are charming, efficient and willing to be flexible -- deferring one night of our stay (took a special week deal) so we could return for our last night after a trip to Italy and also organised for a pair of shoes my wife left to be fixed to be picked up in our absence. The fact the staff/team have been together there for so long says a lot about the pleasure derived by them and translates into the bonhomie felt certainly by us. Although obviously historic and five star there is no stiffness or formality one can feel in such establishments it is relaxed and personable. My wife had dreamed since she visited Nice as a child to stay one day in The Negresco and having made it possible it was living a dream and the staff above all made it more than that. Our rooms (we had a different one for the final night which Lesley organised very kindly) looked onto the Palais Massena former home to one of Napoleon's marshals. The hotel reflects Napoleon's Marshal in his pomp and if I had a historical analogy for The Negresco it is the Emperor's finest era 'La Gloire'. Hope to live the dream again! It made the dark year of 2020 a lot brighter.…
So happy to have been able to stay 3 days at the legendary beautifully decorated Negresco, a museum and a gallery of 6000 internationally renowned works of art, (contemporary and classic) listed as a historical monument. The personnel is very friendly and obliging. The food is excellent. The location is ideal just across the beach on the so famous "Promenade des Anglais ". The hotel, with each bedroom (125 and 6 suites) decorated differently, is a must. The "psychedelic" carpets in the corridors, well, either you hate them, or else you love them. However, strict hygiene measures due to Covid mean that one can no longer expect what was the norm before, i.e; buffet breakfast, room directories, tea and coffee facilities or mini bar and with the green “Ecolabel” certification, there are no longer little bottles of shampoo, body wash etc (to take home as a souvenir) but dispensers fixed to the walls with luxury Lalique products. And of course, your mask must be worn at all times when in the communal areas of the hotel. Loved the quaint lift, beautiful. There's a similar one in Claridges in London and when we went there a few years back, there was a delightful "lift man" who actually worked the lift for you. And a bench too! Our room was bright and big but the shower was small and narrow. The washbasin was extremely low and a nuisance for my husband who is over 6' tall. There are 2 mini bottles of Evian upon arrival, and any extra water must be purchased through room service. Slippers, bathrobes, hairdryer and a safe are provided, as one would expect from this type of hotel. There is no car park but the car valet will park (and return) your car. 28€/24h but I think if you have a suite, this is free. We had the occasion to have been shown the lovely Napoleon Junior Suite, favourite of the recently deceased owner, Mrs Augier, I was told. But as not in the same price league as our 4th floor “Exclusive” room, (with a beautiful partial sea view) I was happy to have been shown it nonetheless, knowing that I wouldn’t be staying there.…
Great location with a great view. We had a lovely stay and enjoyed great time at La Rotonde Bar for the night. This hotel is full of history and is a symbol for Nice. The rooms are big, stylish, clean and nice furnished.