I really enjoyed staying at this hotel. They offered me a free upgrade to a duplex with a glass of prosecco. The duplex was nice at first, but your luggage can only fit on the ground downstairs, so it was a little annoying having to go up and down the steps each time I needed something from my bag. The dinner at the restaurant was very nice, but the portions were small, so I did not eat there again. The best aspect of the hotel is the nice staff and overall look and location of the hotel.
Traveller from Carlisle, PA
This Paris hotel is set amongst the fashion boutiques of Rue Cambon in the centre of Paris, 200 metres from Place Vendome.More
Had a marvelous "partial" sea view (room 502, I think) from the room with a small step-out balcony. Great location in a very walk-able area! Interestingly enough, also stayed at Mercure (in the same building) a couple of floors lower - and had the same great view for less $$$. Mercure's lobby is nowhere near as impressive as Le Meridien, but if you don't care what your hotel lobby looks like, you may be able to save by booking Mercure.
Traveller from Las Vegas NV
Looking out over the beach 1.8 miles (3 km) south of the city center, Le Meridien Nice places guests right on Promenade des …More