2018 Monaco Grand Prix, 3 Nights + Admission
The 2018 Monaco Grand Prix will once again provide the racing challenge, excellence and glamour to the Formula 1 calendar. Monaco sets the perfect backdrop for an event unlike any other in the world. When the Grand Prix comes to town, the spark of magic that normally illuminates this spectacular ...
Travel Dates: 25 - 28 May 2018
Novotel Suites Nice Airport
Private pool and free airport shuttle service. Boutique Gourmande, fitness area, 24-hour reception, bar, free massages on Thursdays.
Mercure Notre Dame Nice
The hotel bar and the swimming pool are located on the rooftop, offering excellent views of the city. This is a very good hotel in an ideal location. ( 0409/ss )
De Suede Hotel Nice
This is a good hotel that offers a good family service and atmosphere. ( 0310/ss )
Residhome Nice Promenade
The Apart'hotel is a 2-minute walk from the Fine Arts museum and is 100 meters from the Promenade des Anglais. It is also within easy reach of Massena museum and the old town is easily accessible by car. Cleaning of the room is done once per stay. If the client wants to have his room clean everyday, he wil have to pay 9? fee par day.
Hotel Nice Excelsior
This is a very charming property, with a beautiful inner garden, with a small pond and a terrace, providing an oasis of quiet in the centre of Nice. ( 0508/ss ).
This is an excellent property with an excellent location. This hotel is cosy and charming with a personalised service. ( 0407/ss )
Luxury on the waterfront
The famed Promenade Des Anglais boasts Nice's most striking views of the bluer-than-blue Mediterranean Sea and stone-strewn beaches. This bustling boulevard is a hive of activity and the setting for some of the most celebrated hotels in the Cote d’Azur.
Hotel Negresco dominates the promenade with its magnificent pink dome and Edwardian-era facade. An attraction in itself, this National Historic Building showcases a gallery of French artworks and immaculate rooms with period furnishings spanning five centuries. Just steps away, Hyatt Regency Palais De La Mediterranee offers a myriad of indulgences playing tribute to the splendour of the 1930s, including a stunning waterfront indoor/outdoor pool and sun terrace.
A hop, skip and a jump from Old Town
Perhaps the city’s most treasured attraction is the delightfully charming Vieux-Nice, or 'Old Town' as it’s more commonly known. With quaint cobblestone laneways lined with picture-perfect pastel facades, it’s easy to spend days here getting lost among bespoke boutiques and the resplendent flower market along Cours Saleya.
There are plenty of hotels within close proximity to Vieux-Nice to suit any style of travel or budget. Mercure Nice Marche Fleurs is a contemporary mid-range option located within a short stroll of the beach. Those willing to splurge may find the B4 Nice Plaza more to their liking. This waterfront hotel boasts a rooftop terrace offering 360-degree views of the city and ocean.
A culinary affair
From ratatouille to socca, Nice serves up some wickedly good food, making it a must-stop destination for gourmands visiting the French Riveria. Olive oil and fresh herbs are the heroes of most Nicoise dishes, and are what distinguishes the gastronomy of the city from the usual French traditions.
Hotels are now placing more emphasis on their culinary creations, with a host of onsite dining venues enjoying revered acclaim. The luxurious Boscolo Exedra Nice features an atmospheric restaurant with a show-kitchen, so diners can see the chefs in action, and Hotel La Perouse’s Le Patio cafe uses only the freshest local produce to create modern Nicoise creations served in a lovely garden setting.