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Reviewed July 12, 2010

This hotel feels like a privatehouse with its personal atmosphere and cosy interiours. We especially appreciated the breakfast in the garden surrounded by beautiful garden ornaments and shady cornerswhere we could sit and sip our coffees. The hotel is perfectly located metres from the beacharea. The passing cars by the stoplights just next to out balcony was a little disturbing and the train passes now and then close by. Inspite of that I have to recommend the hotel for a couple of days as it is well worth the money and to save the best for last .. the couple running the hotel are extremely friendly, available at all hours and up to your next wish all the time.

  • Stayed: June 2010, traveled as a couple
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Reviewed July 12, 2010

We enjoyed the most relaxing vacation of all time within the embrace of Stephan's hospitality. From the moment we arrived, we were made to feel as if we were staying with old friends. The hotel itself is as charming as the hosts. The location is great for beach, dining and transportation. We selected a front room with a balcony that was completely surrounded by purple flowers and felt wonderfully private. Light sleepers may have a bit of an issue with the street and occasional rail noise, but the entire experience more than offsets this minor inconvenience.

  • Stayed: June 2010, traveled with friends
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Thank MnEST
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Reviewed July 11, 2010

Stephan and Nina makes the stay memorable. They are kind, serviceminded, smiling, helpful and not least - they speak excellent English. Breakfast in the bonsai-garden or dining room is very good. Not extravagant, but you get all you need and a little more. The rooms are tiny and the bathroom just big enough to close the door behind you. The hotel is very close to the beach, owner claimes that it is 40m, maybe only 60m. But you have to cross under the railwayline and over a trafficated road. Railway is in the middle between hotel and beach, at level with 2.floor. The trains are so frequent that we got used to them. In addition to the noise from railway, the street outside hotel is rather noisy with discomusic from cars waiting for the traffic light. Otherwise the location is excellent, close to restaurants, bars, beach and what you need. The public beaches are very good, crowded but you will always find a space

  • Stayed: July 2010, traveled as a couple
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Reviewed July 10, 2010

Villa Nina was the perfect choice for our stay in the Côte d'Azur. The proximity to the train station made exploring the area (Monaco, Nice, Cannes etc.) very easy. The hotel itself is clean, well maintained and a bright and colorful. We travel a lot and have stayed in all sorts of hotels in different countries and have never felt more welcome than we were made to feel by Stephan. He truly is the perfect host. As for the room, it was clean, comfortable and a pleasure to come back to after long days exploring the area. The hotel is ideally situated near the train station (an easy 10 minute walk) and about 1 minute from the beach. There is the option of going to the public (free) beaches or numerous beach clubs. Juan-Les-Pins was easy to visit on foot, and we walked to Antibes and explored the marina, shopping, market and Picasso Museum There are excellent restaurants near the hotel, one standout is Le Ruban Bleu. One not to miss activity is taking the train to Eze-Sur-Mer and then either hiking up the mountain (1h15min) or taking a bus to EZE, a medieval village perched on the mountain. Very picturesque and made for a great afternoon of visiting the village, shopping and enjoying a drink or meal at one of the restaurants. Each day it was a pleasure to return to Villa Nina and see Stephan's smiling face, asking how everything was. We'd recommend Villa Nina to anyone who wants a comfortable, beautiful place to stay at a very fair price. Happy Travels!

  • Stayed: June 2010, traveled with friends
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Thank stevenjj
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Reviewed June 28, 2010

Stephan & Nina, the owners of Villa Nina were absolutely charming, helpful and accommodating. The hotel is just one block from a great beach and minutes from all the action in the center of town.

If you're looking for top-notch hospitality, I highly recommend Villa Nina.

  • Stayed: June 2010, traveled solo
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