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Just returned from staying in Nice for one week. It was the first time my husband and I have been there and we weren't disappointed. Beautiful place, I was sad to go home! I was a little worried about the accommodation on the first night...More
We stayed in a superior studio which was quite small and carpet was stained but we had a nice balcony with garden view. The beds are comfy and nice bathroom, kitchen was reasonably equipped for our needs you have to ask for a toaster. There...More
It's literally just down from the beach. Reception staff very helpful and friendly. Roof top terrace lovely peaceful sun trap. The rooms are dated and in need of a freshen up but it is three star and is reflected in the price. Bed was company...More
The room or compartment was placed on 7th floor with view to the street. Everything was fine and the kitchen ok for breakfast, lunch and dinner for 2. The service by Helena in the reception very kind and helpful.
This is a 3 star self catering apartment hotel. A 20-25 minute walk from Nice-Ville railway station and within a 5 minute walk to the Promenade. The studio I stayed in had a separate toilet and a bathtub. A balcony caught the Late afternoon sun...More
$78 - $244 (Based on Average Rates for a Standard Room)
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The stop for Residhome is called Grosso CUM (not sure what the CUM means! )The names are on the bus shelters at the stops, but I agree that you do have to look out for them as they are not announced or shown electronically... More
The stop for Residhome is called Grosso CUM (not sure what the CUM means! )The names are on the bus shelters at the stops, but I agree that you do have to look out for them as they are not announced or shown electronically on the busses.
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"We had room 409 which was quiet overlooking garden"