Hotel fab, expected bar to be expensive as have been before for drinks but not 75€ for cheapest bottle of wine, we don't mind paying higher prices for the type of hotel but that was a bit too much, overall hotel amazing and couldn't get better location. Room good, bed v comfy!
Traveller from H
Built in 1912, the hotel overlooks Nice's Promenade des Anglais and is one of the world's few remaining privately owned …More
Hotel staff was very accommodating and the place in general was quite nice. Did not use the spa but did go look at the facilities which appeared to be outstanding. Easy 10 minute walk down the promenade to Nice old town and market area where shops and restaurants are abundant. Parking is in the adjacent garage but beware there is only room out front of the hotel for two small cars so would advise to park in garage and walk bags to hotel, rather than unload out front. The hotel also has a great glassed-in bar and restaurant that overlooks the sea and promenade. Excellent place for some good drinks and people watching
Traveller from Louisville, KY
Guests can gaze out at the Mediterranean and stroll the famous Promenade des Anglais outside Hotel Westminster, which is …More
Lovely little hotel set very near station and 12 mins walk to coast. We had a back room overlooking the garden which was very quiet. Slept really well both nights. Room very clean and comfortable, could not fault anything. Staff really friendly and helpful. A nice relaxing stay. Some very nice less expensive restaurants very close to the hotel.
Traveller from Brighton UK
Located in Centre Ville-Gare, this hotel is within 1 mi (2 km) of Casino Ruhl, Nice Etoile Shopping Center, and Marc Chagall …More
I loved my stay at the hotel. The staff very nice, they always answer your questions. The only problem I had was the reception on my phone into the room. I could use the Wi-Fi, but I wanted to use my data... overall very good experience. I recommend highly
Traveller from UK
AC Hotel Nice is steps from the waterfront shops and restaurants of famed Promenade des Anglais. A pebbly beach is 1 block …More
Just west of Monaco on the Basse Corniche, the Cap d’Ail is a popular spot for swimming off pretty pebbly coves (the best is Mala Plage). Wooded slopes behind the seafront screen sumptuous belle-époque residences – one was once owned by Greta Garbo – but Cap d’Ail is less exclusive than some resorts on this glamorous stretch of coastline. Public access to the shore is allowed at Point des Douaniers.