Hotels in Nice
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Comte de Nice
Nice 749 yd from city centre
Location: ideally located near the public transport connecting with the beaches, with the Promenade des Anglais, the Acropolis...
Nice 786 yd from city centre
The hotel is located in the city centre, opposite Albert 1st Gardens and its fountain. Not far from the old town with its...
Nice 819 yd from city centre
This comfortable hotel is centrally located, close to shopping venues, stylish restaurants, chic cafés and bars, trendy...
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Located on France's famed Riviera between Cannes and Monaco, Nice has been drawing in tourists for centuries. Home to spectacular beaches, eye-catching Italian-influenced streets, indulgent cuisine and world-class art museums, there’s no wonder the city continues to entice visitors looking for a refined holiday experience.
Despite its grandeur, Nice has a wide variety of accommodation options catering to all budgets. Whether you choose the new town and Promenade des Anglais area with its beach access or the historically rich Vieux Nice region, there are numerous boutique hotels, hostels and apartments on offer.
Neighbourhoods of NiceNice is roughly divided into four neighbourhoods.
- Vieux Nice: The historic heart of the city consisting of quaint houses, markets and bistros.
- New Town: This promenade area offers stunning modern architecture, and it's where you'll find the city's opulence.
- Le Port-Garibaldi: The city's natural harbour with trendy bars and restaurants.
- Cimiez, Libération and Vernier: Districts to the north which offer a different, less touristy experience with art museums and ruins.
What to see and do in Nice
- There are over 30 beaches stretching across the city’s coast, including the lively La Réserve and the ritzy Plage Beau Rivage.
- For the quintessential Vieux Nice experience, head to the beautiful Cours Saleya Markets, famed for their stalls flanked by the city's most picturesque buildings.
- The best rooftop views can be found at Colline du Château.
- Art fans must visit the Musée Matisse, featuring an unrivalled collection of Matisse's oil paintings, tapestries and sculptures. You can even visit Matisse's grave in the nearby cemetery of Monastère Notre Dame de Cimiez.
What to eat in Nice
Nice is a foodie paradise. Expect everything for unique street snacks like pissaladière and tourte de blettes, to exquisite bistros serving fresh seafood and renowned local pasta dishes. There are countless Michelin-star experiences in the city, especially along the promenade.
Typical events and festivals in Nice
Nice sees countless local events and festivities all through the year, including Nice Carnival in February. A glamorous festival of roses takes place in April and all museums remain open late into the night in May's Long Night of Museums event. That's not counting the many musical and literary events, as well as Le Tour de France which often passes through the region.
How to move around in Nice
Nice is serviced by a prompt and enjoyable bus transport system with a flat rate of €1.50. If you want to explore the city by car, you can rent a vehicle through our site. Alternatively, consider taking advantage of the city's shared bicycle scheme, Vélo Bleau, for short-distances.
The climate in Nice
While Nice sees fine weather year-round, the summer months are the warmest and busiest, with dry and clear days. Where July sees the beaches rammed, June and September offer fewer visitors with the same sizzling heat and clear skies. You can beat the crowds with an off-season visit in February with highs of 12°.
More interesting facts about and sights in Nice
When you're not touring the cobbled streets and enjoying a fine wine on a glittering sun-soaked terrace, consider water-sports off the Promenade des Anglais. The Mediterranean Sea offers perfect conditions for paddleboarding, wakeboarding and water-skiing.