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Reviewed July 11, 2017 via mobile

The rooms were comfortable
Air con was handy
Some rooms had fridges but not all. Reception put my drinks in their fridge. They were all helpful with providing local knowledge on food, shops etc
Nice poolside breakfast area and lounging
Location short walk from beach in friendly area
Although surrounded by residential blocks which do not look as well kept as the hotel
Overall, I enjoyed my time here

Stayed: July 2017, travelled with friends
Thank KarenF1453
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Reviewed April 24, 2017

First, the good points of this hotel. It is in a very pretty old building and the grounds, which include a swimming pool, are pleasant and well maintained. Best of all in this congested city, it has parking for the guests. Breakfast on the terrace was very nice. Unfortunately the hotel is currently undergoing a face-lift and the building work may well cause disruption to your stay. There is no lift. We needed to rest during the afternoon of our stay but this proved impossible due to the noise of the building work in the room next door. Our room was very shabby. The shower was completely inadequate (a cool trickle) and the taps stubbornly refused to produce anything other than luke-warm water. The furniture was old and worn out - though the bed was clean and comfortable. Assuming that the builders and decorators do a good job, this may become a very nice little hotel but at the moment I'd give it a miss. The location is only so-so. Yes, as the publicity says, it's 10 minutes from the Promenade des Anglais but not the fashionable end; its a 20 minute walk to the city centre and the Old City, the flower market and the Cours Saleya.

  • Stayed: April 2017, travelled as a couple
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1  Thank CWL2013
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Reviewed April 19, 2017

A charming family run hotel very close to all the amenities Nice has to offer. The pool and terrace area is a delight as is the continental breakfast. There is also free secure parking and the hotel is in a very private location close to the centre.

  • Stayed: April 2017, travelled with family
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Thank M6738ZSphilc
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Reviewed November 29, 2016

Nice hotel. Close to the old center of the city, about 20 min walk. Close to the beach. The hotel is in an old mansion, and the decor is vintage too. The bathroom is good and the rooms are confortables. Parking for 10 euros. Prices are good, compared to other options in Nice.

  • Stayed: November 2016, travelled as a couple
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Thank vivianmelobr
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Reviewed November 26, 2016

We were on a family trip via Europe, four adults with a small dog. However, when we arrived there was an issue about keeping our pet in the hotel. The hotel staff was a little bit surprised that we have a dog. They called a manager or owner who finally allowed us to stay. We had reservations from booking.com. There is an information the hotel allows pets but for example on a hotels.com site there isn’t one. So if you want to travel with a dog make sure you confirm it beforehand.
The hotel is located in the residential area in the separated backyard. It looks safe, there is a fence around the building and a small garden. You get there through a gate. You can park your car at the hotel parking lot, it isn’t big but enough for the hotel guests.
The hotel is very elegant. Interiors look nobly. In the past it was just a villa. Unfortunately there isn’t any lift.
Rooms are spacious, clean and comfortable. At the beginning there was an unpleasant smell from the bathroom but after using water it got better. The room was equipped with a small fridge but the temperature there wasn’t low enough. I don’t remember about other rooms but we didn’t have a balcony.
In the summer season you can use small but a very nice swimming pool but it’s unnecessary because you can get to the main beach in a 10 minutes walking distance.
The hotel offers breakfasts but we heard it’s not very good and overpriced so we decided to eat at the nearby café (Les Délices Dorés – 37 Boulevard Gambetta) which I highly recommend.
The staff at the hotel prefers to speak French and sometimes there is nobody at the reception desk. One day I stayed in the room with a dog and I wanted it cleaned during our walk. Unfortunately it was impossible to make that request because the cleaning lady didn't speak English at all...
The neighborhood looks very nice and tidy. There are lots of restaurants where you can eat decent meals.
Our stay there was very satisfying.

Room Tip: Pick a room on the garden side.
  • Stayed: September 2016, travelled with family
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Thank Agucha
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