We picked this apartment based on its location in Nice: easy walking to many spots, we assumed. We were so right! The tram stopped right by our door; the bus was a block away; there is a park across the street; museums, restaurants and all sorts of shops (both in and around the Old City) are steps away.
If you're new to the area, the designated Uber pickup is right across the tram tracks from the sushi restaurant, two doors away. It took us a few tries to realize this.
The kitchen was fully outfitted: all you need do is add coffee, a baguette and some fresh fruit, and you're set. There are paper towels and dish soap, plus silverware and plates.
The bathroom was stocked with liquid body wash and shampoo, plus a hair dryer and plenty of towels. One caution: the floor of the shower is slippery.
The clothes washer was of a very European design, but easy to manage and did a nice job. Drying of fresh laundry was on the racks, also provided.
The bedroom was very comfortable, has a small closet with hangers, extra sheets and pillows if needed.
We loved, loved, loved sitting out on our patio and watching the world go by ... and popping literally downstairs for a quick gelato at Fenocchio.
Gregory even welcomed us with a lovely bottle of rose wine to inaugurate our patio-sitting!
I'm a lover of fresh air, so it was wonderful to have windows in the front and back of the apartment to open. The front windows open on Blvd Jean Jaure, so be prepared for city noises if they're open while you try to sleep. We loved it.
All in all, this apartment was perfect for our stay in Nice: centrally located, clean and spacious ... and so much more fun than a stodgy hotel!