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Reviewed August 22, 2010

The hotel is more like a bed&breakfast, but without the breakfast (breakfast is available for 12 euros/person; it is much cheaper to go out to the boulangerie round the corner and buy proper croissants and have a coffee in the bar next to it). The rooms are either tiny or with no closets. No comments about the decoration. It has no proper reception hall, sitting room or bar. The only sitting room is open only after 7pm.
About the location: it's true that the hotel is near the beach, but that public beach is tiny and absolutely crowded. The only good thing is that the train station is 5 min walking distance and you can easily visit the whole coast, since Juan les Pins is not worth it. It is the busiest town in the area, good for teenagers that want to go out clubbing at night, but with none of the charm we were looking for in the Cote d'Azur. Places like old Antibes, cap d'Antibes, or further west along the coast are much better.

  • Stayed: August 2010, traveled as a couple
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Reviewed August 9, 2010

this is certainly the place to stay in Juan les pins.... the owner is amazing (as is his wife), rooms are cozy and clean, and location can't be beat!

  • Stayed: June 2010, traveled as a couple
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Thank HFizzle
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Reviewed July 30, 2010

This is a small hotel, two blocks from the beach and near a string of sea-side restaurants offering everything from low-price fast food to fine, upscale dining. The owners -- husband and wife -- are engaging, friendly and eager to assist. Their interests are obviously wide-ranging, as evidenced by the eclectic decor of the Villa. Rooms are small, as is generally the case in France, but comfortable. We had a very early morning departure and were greatly concerned about missing our travel connections following a terrible experience with transportation in the area several days previously (1-1/2 hour wait for a taxi), but the owner rose before 6AM to be certain we did not miss our train. This kind of extra service is hard to find and much appreciated.

  • Stayed: July 2010
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Thank Driflie
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Reviewed July 21, 2010

We had a great time in Villa Nina. The best bit was the proprietor, Stephan, who went out of his way to ensure we enjoyed his fabulous hotel to the 'max'. The noise level in the rooms was the biggest 'downer', but what else can expect with such a superb location only minutes from the beach. The breakfast and lounge areas are something to behold and make sure you take time for a drink in Stephan's lovely garden full of bonsai plants!

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Thank Graeme R
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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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Thank MIstral09
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