We enjoyed our stay, but we should have been told that internal renovations were ongoing from early morning during our stay; noisy.
None of the doors closed with the exception of the room entrance door so internal works needed.
Bathroom mirror remained steamed up.
None of these faults would deter us from returning but hotel should have been more informative.
Built in 1912, the hotel overlooks Nice's Promenade des Anglais and is one of the world's few remaining privately owned …More
My husband and I travelled to the area for a European football match. We were only staying for one night, so I struggled to balance my usual expensive tastes with the need to balance the budget and location requirements. I felt that this hotel was a reasonable price for my usual boutique hotel preference in what is an expensive city. The hotel communal areas were lovely and well kept, you can tell the owners have put a lot of thought and care into it. The room itself was basic but clean (although in style perhaps not to the same standard as the communal areas). The bathroom was small, practical and clean but by no means plush or luxurious. In all a great hotel for a short stay, however if I returned to the area for any further length of time, I would be more inclined to up the budget to get a little more comfort and more central location. Staff were lovely and helpful, couldn't really fault the place considering the reasonable price I paid.
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Situated in Cap d'Ail, this hotel is within 2 mi (3 km) of Louis II Stadium, Exotic Garden, and Prince's Palace. Casino Monte …More