Where to Stay in Nice in 2024: Best Places in 10 Neighborhoods
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Where to Stay in Nice 2024: Best Places in 10 Neighborhoods

With its Mediterranean culture, gorgeous stretch of azure sea and elegant architecture, Nice is truly the queen of the French Riviera. If you're visiting the French Riviera, Nice has to be seen. It's also the best place to stay on the Riviera whether your passion is the beach, dining, nightlife, history, museums or simply enjoying the vibrant local scene. And, there's no better base for day trips throughout the region.

Nice has been my home for a quarter century (time flies!) and I'm here to help you choose the very best accommodation for your stay, given your personal travel style. Some visitors want to be in the center of the action, others want peace and quiet. Some come with cars, others are happy with public transport. Families? Honeymooners? Backpackers? There's a place for you. Whether you're a shopaholic, culture vulture, beach buff or day tripper I've got you covered, no matter your budget. My detailed knowledge of Nice's neighborhoods will help you choose the right place to get the most out of your stay. Let's get started with the best places to stay and then go on to the neighborhoods.

Best Places to Stay in Nice

Best Luxury Hotel in Nice

Anantara Plaza*****

Anantara Plaza

Everything old is new again in this splendidly renovated 19th-century classic. Gaze across the Jardin Albert 1er park and take in the calming sea views while sipping a cocktail from the rooftop bar. Pamper yourself in the spa or enjoy fine dining in the Seen by Olivier restaurant. Anantara Plaza's central location in the Massena neighborhood means that you're within walking distance of the Old Town, avenue Jean Medecin and the Promenade des Anglais.

Best Budget Hotel in Nice

Hotel du Centre**
Hotel du Centre

Budget travellers deserve comfort, excellent service and a central location. The two-star Hotel du Centre has it all and is near the train station. Here's what one visitor said on booking.com:

An absolute gem in the heart of Nice! From the warm welcome to the impeccable service, every moment here was delightful. Perfectly located with stunning views, luxurious accommodations, and delicious dining options. Highly recommended for an unforgettable stay!

Best Hostel in Nice

Slo Nice
Slo Nice dorm room

Clean, friendly, well-designed for comfort, Slo Nice takes care of its guests at a budget-friendly price. There are doubles, quads, 4, 6 and 10-person dorms, some with private bathrooms. The location, just off avenue Jean Medecin and near the train station couldn't be better.

Map of Nice Neighborhoods

Map of Nice neighborhoods
Click to explore the neighborhood See accommodation in Les Baumettes See accommodation in the Carre d'Or See accommodation in the Old Town See accommodation in Mont Boron See acccommodation along the Promenade des Anglais See accommodation around Place Massena See accommodation in the Port neighborhood See accommodation around the train sstation See accommodation on Jean Medecin See accommodation in Liberation

Interactive Map of Nice Neighborhoods

 

Old Town - Best Neighborhood to Stay in Nice for 1st Time Visitors

Why Stay in the Old Town

If you're a first-time visitor and want to plunge into the center of the action, stay in Vieux Nice. With its narrow, winding streets, bustling squares, colorful markets, baroque churches and jumble of pastel houses the Old Town looks and feels much as it did centuries ago. Plus, it's crammed with bars, cafes and restaurants of every kind and price level. Just walk out your door and you'll be spoiled for choice.

Orientation

The Old Town is bordered on the north by boulevard Jean Jaures and on the south by the Quai des Etats Unis. On the eastern side the neighborhood climbs up to meet the Colline du Chateau and the western side reaches to Jardin Albert 1er.

Things to Do

Pick up a socca (chickpea flatbread) while browsing the food and flower market on Cours Saleya in the morning.

Theresa's socca stand on Cours Saleya

Duck into the Palais Lascaris for a look at a 17th-century baroque palace, now a museum.

Palais Lascaris interior

Dine in a traditional restaurant such as Acchiardo or Safari.

Shop for souvenirs and bric-a-brac in the Monday antiques market on Cours Saleya.

Walk (or take the elevator) up to Castle Hill for the outstanding views.

But it's at night that the Old Town shifts into 5th gear, making it a great neighborhood for nightlife. Try Blue Whales, Master Home, Wayne's Bar (live rock ), Aka Thor pub (disco) or Shapko (jazz).

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Transport

Most of the Old Town is pedestrian only. Depending on where you are, a taxi may not be able to pick you up at the door. Tramway line 1 stops at Opera-Vieille Ville and Cathedral on the north side of town and bus 12 stops at Jardin Albert 1er on the west side. From Nice Airport it's best to take bus 12.

Advantages

Being in the center of dining and nightlife makes Vieux Nice an ideal choice for young travellers.

Disadvantages

What some find lively others may find too noisy, especially in the summer season when the bars are in full swing. Visitors with mobility issues may find it challenging to navigate some streets. Some are swarming with pedestrians and some, especially on the eastern side, climb steeply.

Old Town Accommodation Overview

The hotel selection is limited to a few small three and four star hotels. As of now there are no luxury hotels in the Old Town but that will change soon when the fabulous five-star Hotel du Couvent opens later this year. It's best to reserve a hotel room well in advance or to choose among the many apartments. Whether hotel or apartment, be aware that the traditional buildings of the Old Town are not normally equipped with an elevator. Air conditioning is a standard feature. Don't worry if breakfast isn't included. There are plenty of cafes scattered around that serve up coffee, bread and juice. The best place for a full breakfast is the spacious and convivial Pain & Cie which opens at 8am.

Best Hotel in the Old Town
Hotel Rossetti
***

Hotel Rossetii

Located only steps away from the Cathedrale Sainte Reparate, this friendly little place has acquired a loyal following. Visitors find the rooms spacious and enjoy having breakfast in the hotel courtyard. The entrance is discreet! Follow the hotel's arrival instructions carefully. The Hotel Rossetti is halfway between tram stops Opera-Vieille Ville and Cathedrale-Vieille Ville. Your taxi will drop you on boulevard Jean Jaures from which it's a couple of hundred meters from the hotel.

Best Apartment in the Old Town

Palais Hongran de Fiana

Palais Hongran apartment

I almost wish I didn't live in Nice so I could stay in the historic Palais Hongran. "Napoleon slept here" is almost a cliche but in this case it's true. This 18th-century building is a national historic monument as much for the ornate interior decoration as the Bonaparte connection. Try to get an apartment with a balcony and sea view. Although the building has an elevator you'll want to check out the spectacular staircase at least once. I recommend taking bus 12 to the Jardin Albert 1er from which it's a short walk on a pedestrian street to the hotel entrance.

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Hotel Cresp **
Hotel Cresp

What's not to love about a rooftop terrace overlooking the sea? The Hotel Cresp is on the 3rd floor (with elevator) of a traditional Nice building next to the Nice Opera. Each of the 17 rooms are different but all are clean and comfortable. Try to get one with a balcony and sea view. It's worth the price. From the airport, take bus 12 to the Jardin Albert 1er from which it's a short walk to the hotel. Tram stop Massena is also nearby.

Hotel Beau Rivage ****
Hotel Cresp

This stately hotel dates back to 1864 when it welcomed a procession of prestigious visitors including the writer Chekhov in 1891 and the painter Matisse in 1916. The artist painted his room and was so enchanted with Nice's luminosity he eventually made Nice his home. The spacious and comfortable guest rooms overlook either the old town or a private patio garden. Take bus 12 from the airport and descend at the Jardin Albert 1er stop. The hotel entrance is on rue Francois de Paule, not the quai des Etats-Unis.

Palais Saleya Boutique Hotel ****

Palais Saleya

The building is 18th century but there's nothing old-fashioned about these beautifully decorated suites and apartments. It's luxury all the way here without forgetting practical comforts such as washing machines, kitchens and Nespresso machines. You get the hotel conveniences such as a 24-hour front desk, breakfast served in your room and daily housekeeping plus the facilities of your own apartment. It's a great option for families as there are one, two and three-bedroom apartments available. The location on the Place de Palais du Justice is perfect. It's only steps from the Opera-Vieille Ville tram stop.

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Place Massena Neighborhood -- Best Neighborhood for Shopping

Apollo Statue Place Massena

Why Stay Around Place Massena

Some of Nice's finest shops are located on avenue de Verdun and avenue Paradis in the Massena neighborhood, including Hermes, Chanel, Longchamp, Cartier, Armani, Louis Vuitton, Max Mara and Galeries Lafayette. Want to be close to the action in Vieux Nice without actually staying in the Old Town? The Place Massena neighborhood is for you. Just walk across the Coulée Verte or the Jardin Albert 1er and you're in Vieux Nice. Centered around the Apollo fountain, the Place Massena is an easy walk to the Promenade des Anglais and more stores on avenue Jean Medecin. Restaurants and cafes are plentiful and public transport is only steps away.

Orientation

The Massena neighborhood stretches east and west of avenue Jean Medecin. It's bordered on the south by the Promenade du Paillon and the Jardin Albert 1er. Rue de la Liberté marks the northern edge.

Things to Do in the Massena Neighborhood

Water mirror on the Coulée Verte

The Promenade du Paillon (Coulée Verte) is a great park, outfitted with a water mirror (above) that sprouts fountains and a variety of kid-friendly slides and climbers.

Tritons Fountain, Parc Albert 1er

Also nearby is the Jardin Albert 1er, another extensive park with classical sculpture and the outdoor stage, Theatre du Verdure which hosts frequent concerts and shows during the summer.

Transport

The Massena neighborhood lies along tram line 1. The stop Masséna is the closest. The closest bus stop is Jardin Albert 1er, served by bus line 12 which connects the neighborhood with the airport along the Promenade des Anglais.

Advantages of Staying in the Massena Neighborhood

The location is great. The Old Town and its attractions are just steps away. You have a choice of two parks to bring a picnic or allow the kids to let off steam. Galeries Lafayette, Zara and other large stores are right nearby on ave Jean Medecin. Those arriving by train can walk a few hundred meters from the Nice Ville train station and hop on the tram at the Thiers stop, only two stops away from the Massena stop.

Disadvantages of Staying in the Massena Neighorhood

It's busy and can be noisy when the Theatre de Verdure has a concert, such as during the Nice Jazz Festival. On the other hand, a front-facing room along the Jardin Albert 1er will allow you to take in a concert for free! No place offers free parking. The price of parking in a public garage runs about €30/day.

Accommodation Overview in the Massena Neighborhood

This is a highly desirable neighborhood. Accommodation options fill up well in advance! Be aware that during the Nice Carnival in February, the floats and parades take place on and around Place Massena. The good news is that if you have a front-facing room during this period you can see a lot of the action for free. The bad news is that there are a LOT of security barricades to navigate.

Best Hotel in the Massena Neighborhood
Anantara Plaza *****
Rooftop of the Anantara Plaza

Not only does the Anantara Plaza, a Leading Hotel of the World, provide five-star comfort but the rooftop bar/restaurant offers first-rate dining and cocktails with a panoramic view. Enjoy a buffet breakfast with an array of options from gluten-free to vegan and vegetarian. Pamper yourself in the spa or rent a bike to pedal along the Prom. The Anantara Plaza is a renovation of the mid-19th-century Plaza hotel and retains a Belle Epoque facade. The rooms are designed with soft pastels. Some have private terraces and look over the Jardin Albert 1er to the sea while others have city views. Staying here is an unforgettable experience.

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Best Apartment in the Massena Neighborhood

Aparthotel AMMI Nice Lafayette ***
Studio apartment in Aparthotel

The studios here are ideal for those looking for the conveniences of a hotel and the amenities of an apartment. Each studio comes equipped with a kitchenette and a coffee-maker making it unnecessary to order the aparthotel's breakfast. The overnight laundry service is a convenient feature and most rooms are well sound-proofed. Shoppers will love that Galeries Lafayette is practically outside the door. Note that the rooms are on the first floor and there is no elevator.

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Boutique Hotel Neptune ***
Boutique Hotel Neptune
I don't care to bumble around town looking for my hotel after dinner. No problem here! The Hotel Neptune is on a street packed with a diverse selection of restaurants and cafes. Plus it's within easy reach of the stores on avenue Jean Medecin and the beach and the Old Town. It's a great choice for a short stay in Nice. There's no breakfast served but there are plenty of options just outside the door. The rooms are well-soundproofed but those with sensitive ears might want to request a rear room.

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Hotel Aston La Scala ****
Hotel Aston La Scala
The classic Hotel Aston overlooks the water mirror on the Coulée Verte and boasts a rooftop bar/restaurant with a swimming pool. It's a great place to have cocktails and watch the sunset. The no-fuss rooms are pleasantly decorated and some have views of the park. There are doubles, twins, triples and junior suites available. Just walk across the park and you're in the Old Town.

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La Maioun Guesthouse
La Maioun Guesthouse

This popular hostel is located in a 19th-century Protestant church. In those days any non-Catholic church couldn't look too "churchy" and often resembled villas. The ground floor still welcomes worshippers on Sunday and the upper floor has been converted into a luxurious hostel. There are two spacious dormitory rooms--one mixed and the other female only--and there's a double with a private exterior bathroom. The bunk beds in the dormitories have their own reading lights, power sockets and fans. All rooms are air conditioned and the location is great. Avenue Jean Medecin is only a block away and the Old Town lies just across the Coulée Verte.

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Avenue Jean Medecin - Best Neighborhood for a Short Stay

Credit Lyonnais building ave Jean Medecin

Why Stay along Avenue Jean Medecin

As a major north-south artery, avenue Jean Medecin is close to everything. Walk south past Place Massena and you're on the beach. Walk north and the train station is within reach. It's easy to walk to shops, services, pharmacies, supermarkets and restaurants. Anything you might need from toiletries to luggage is nearby and easy to find.

Orientation

Avenue Jean Medecin runs north from Place Massena to avenue Thiers which leads to the train station.

Things to Do

Avenue Jean Medecin was constructed in the middle of the 19th century as an efficient link to the train station. It was intended to be an elegant avenue that recalled the Champs Elysées in Paris. Gaze up from the storefronts and admire the Belle Epoque architecture. The Credit Lyonnais building (above) now housing the H&M department store is considered a landmark structure. Another highlight is the BNP building on the corner of avenue Victor Hugo which was built in 1867.

BNP building

Also check out the Basilique Notre-Dame-de-l'Assomption, built between 1864 and 1879.

Basilique Notre-Dame-de-l'Assomption

Transport

The transport links on avenue Jean Medecin make it an ideal neighborhood for visiting Nice. Tram line 1 takes you to the Old Town and the train station. Tram line 2 takes you east to the Port and west to the Airport.

Advantages of Staying on Avenue Jean Medecin

Convenience and public transport links are the main reasons to stay along avenue Jean Medecin.

Disadvantages of Staying on Avenue Jean Medecin

It's not a neighborhood known for its peace and quiet! The avenue is bustling with shoppers during the day. As there are no cars, the avenue quiets down considerably when the stores close. Tram line 1 is always crowded but is relatively noiseless.

Accommodation Overview on Avenue Jean Medecin

Luxury hotels are few but there are some good mid-range options. Parking is at a premium in this neighborhood. Count on spending €25/day.

Best Hotel on the Avenue Jean Medecin
Best Western Hotel Lakmi ***
Best Western Hotel Lakmi

The Best Western Hotel Lakmi has all the comfortable features of the Best Western chain but in a classic building a short walk from the train station. The rooms are spacious and many have balconies The ones that open on to a side street will be quietest. Although there's no hotel restaurant, a buffet breakfast is available. I recommend taking the option as finding a cafe open before 10am could be a challenge in this neighborhood. The on-site lounge and bar is a great place to relax during the day. And, staying at the hotel gives you a discount at a beach restaurant. Sweet! To get to the hotel, take tram line 2 from the airport to the Jean Medecin stop.

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Best Apartment on the Avenue Jean Medecin

Hyper Center

Hyper Center

This sunny studio is close to Notre Dame church and provides excellent service. The kitchen is fully equipped and there's plenty of storage space. The little balcony is outfitted with a table and chairs for outdoor dining and affords a great view. It's on the 6th floor but with an elevator. Bike rental is also available.

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Hotel du Centre AMMI **
Room in Hotel du Centre
This charming little hotel is right next door to the Notre Dame church and provides excellent value for a two-star hotel. There are no twins but there are doubles (some with views of the church), triples and junior suites (with or without a balcony). All rooms come with a fridge and a kettle. Breakfast is an option at a reasonable price and is served in a downstairs cafe.

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Hotel Florence ***
Standard double at Hotel Florence
The excellent three-star Hotel Florence is practically on top of the Jean Medecin tram stop and faces the Nice Etoile shopping center. It's set back a little from avenue Jean Medecin on a pedestrian street. The doubles, triples and suites have fridges and coffee machines; the higher-priced rooms have a balcony or terrace. All are decorated in a cosy, modern style. Paid parking is available at Nice Etoile with a small discount for hotel guests.

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Hotel Boreal ***
Hotel Boreal entrance
Right next door to Hotel Florence and only steps from avenue Jean Medecin, the Hotel Boreal also provides fine service at a reasonable price. There are singles, doubles and twins. All are comfortable but may vary slightly as not all have been recently renovated. Rooms have tea/coffee makers and a buffet breakfast is an option. It's a good idea to reserve breakfast as there's little available in the neighborhood. Paid parking is available at Nice Etoile with a small discount for hotel guests.

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Promenade des Anglais - Best Neighborhood to Stay in Nice for the Beach

View of the Promenade des Anglais

Why Stay on the Promenade des Anglais

The dazzling panorama of sea and sky is Nice's most stunning attribute. Admire the view from a hotel balcony or stroll the iconic seaside Promenade and Nice's magic becomes real. Even better is to plunge into the azure waters. Staying along the Promenade des Anglais makes it easy to take a dip in the sea before or after sightseeing. Or even forget about sightseeing altogether and enjoy a beach holiday!

Orientation

The Prom stretches seven kilometres from the Quai des Etats Unis under Castle Hill to Nice Airport in the west.

Things to Do on the Promenade des Anglais

The Promenade des Anglais Pergola

Taking a walk along the Prom is a must for visitors. Take a seat on one of the white benches or blue chairs to contemplate the sea or people-watch. Admire the sculptures that adorn the walkway including a small Statue of Liberty.

Bartholdi's Statue of Liberty

Visit the Musée Massena for displays evoking Nice history and for its luscious public garden.

Massena Museum

Rent a bike and pedal along the Prom in comfort on a dedicated cycle lane.

Hit the beach. Yes, Nice beaches have pebbles not sand, but with a little preparation they can be quite comfortable.

Enjoy watersports such as jet skiing and parasailing.

Transport

Bus 12 runs the length of the Prom from the airport to the Jardin Albert 1er. From there the 98 bus runs along the Quai des Etats-Unis to the Port and beyond.

Advantages of Staying along the Promenade

Just cross the street and you're on the beach! It's easy to start your day with coffee on one of the beach restaurants lining the Prom and finish it with cocktails or dinner as the sun sets. Or just lounge around all day on a lounge chair under a parasol and consume frothy drinks! Prices run between €35 and €50 depending on the season and whether you want a front row lounger. The quality of the cuisine at Nice beach restaurants has much improved in recent years and includes many vegetarian options as well as the standard salade nicoise and grilled fish dishes.

Disadvantages of Staying along the Promenade

It can be noisy. The Promenade is a major thoroughfare for east-west traffic 24/7. On summer evenings the crowds, musicians and entertainers create an atmosphere that's more festive than relaxing.

Accommodation Overview in the Promenade des Anglais Neighborhood

The hotels lining the Promenade des Anglais include the old classics such as the Hotel Negresco, Palais de la Mediteranée, Hotel Le Royal, West End, Westminister. Imbued with history and graced with high ceilings, here is where you can experience Nice's golden age while enjoying a panoramic view of the sea. All the windows are sound-proofed of course but it's more pleasant to leave a window open on an upper floor rather than a lower floor. There are not a lot of apartments available on the Promenade though.

Best Hotel on the Promenade des Anglais

Hotel Le Negresco *****

Hotel Negresco Lounge

This storied hotel opened in 1913 and is every bit as prestigious now as the day it opened. The luminaries who stayed in the Hotel Negresco encompass everyone from Queen Elizabeth II to the Rolling Stones. The interior hosts an impressive art collection including a bust by Renoir. The glass-roofed reception hall is illuminated by a 4.6-meter high chandelier made with 16,800 Baccarat crystal. Equipped with all modern amenities, the rooms are nonetheless classic Belle Epoque in style. And the hotel restaurant, Chantecler, is Michelin-starred. The nearest beach restaurant is N-La Plage.

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Best Apartment on the Promenade des Anglais

Opera Promenade 4

Opera Promenade 4

With three bedrooms, three baths and a living room this luxurious apartment is perfect for a family or small group. It's perfectly located right on the edge of the Old Town and is separated from the traffic by a small park. The kitchen is well-equipped with all necessary devices and the living room TV has streaming services. The nearest beach restaurant is Opera Beach.

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More Top Places to Stay along the Promenade des Anglais

Hyatt Regency Palais Méditerranée *****
Room in Palais Mediterranee
The Art Deco facade of the Palais Méditeranée has been legendary since the hotel's opening in 1929. All rooms have views whether of the sea or over the town to the mountains. TVs equipped with Chromecast is a handy feature for those needing more personalized entertainment options. Is the sea too chilly? This hotel has an indoor and outdoor swimming pool plus a spa and sauna. There's also a casino. The Palais Mediterranée is in the heart of the action though. The sound-proofing on the windows may not keep out all the evening noise from the Prom during the summer season. The nearest beach restaurant is Bocca Mar.

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Hotel La Perouse ****
Hotel La Perouse

At the very eastern tip of the Prom tucked under Castle Hill, Hotel La Perouse has the best location of all the hotels along the Promenade. There's a sweeping view of the sea right across to the airport. Since it faces west, the sunsets are magnificent. As it's away from the hustle-bustle of the central Promenade, you can be assured of peace and quiet. The Old Town is just a short walk away. And there's a bar, garden and swimming pool. The nearest beach restaurant is Castel Plage only steps away. To get there from the airport, take bus 12 to Jardin Albert 1er from which it's a 15-minute walk.

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Le Rocamare
Le Rocamare apartment

This apartment is also on the eastern tip of the Promenade right next to Hotel La Perouse with incredible views from the balcony. The one-bedroom apartment is renovated and stylishly decorated with all necessary amenities in the kitchen. It's an easy walk from the Cours Saleya food market and all the attractions of the Old Town are within reach. It's not the quietest neighborhood but the soundproofing is excellent. The nearest beach restaurant is Castel Plage only steps away. To get there from the airport, take bus 12 to Jardin Albert 1er from which it's a 15-minute walk. Tram stop Port Lympia is also close by but it's an uphill walk to the apartment.

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Port Lympia- Trendiest Neighborhood to Stay in Nice

Place du Pin, Nice

Why Stay Around the Port

The neighborhood north of Port Lympia is not a major tourist hotspot but young locals love the neighborhood for its abundance of lively bars, cafes and restaurants. Sometimes called "le petit Marais" after the Marais district in Paris, it's particularly popular with an LGBTQ crowd. Friendly and relaxed, there are dozens of great places to meet and socialize with locals.

Orientation

The neighborhood lies behind the Notre Dame du Port church and extends north to Place Garibaldi and rue Barla and east to rue Arson. The heart of the action is the pedestrianized rue Bonaparte and Place du Pin.

Things to Do Around the Port

Stroll Port Lympia and admire the stately pastel houses illuminated by the afternoon sun.

Port Lympia

Browse the antiques in the Marché aux Puces

Marché aux Puces, Nice

Hang out in some of Nice's trendiest bars including Foam place du Pin which offers a full menu of craft beers, cocktails, salad bowls, snacks and desserts. The kitchen is open daily from breakfast at 10am throughout the day to 10.30pm.

Transport

The neigborhood is easily accessible on tram line 2 either from the Place Garibaldi stop or the Port Lympia stop. Gare Riquier train station is within reach and it's much less crowded than Nice's main train station, Nice Ville.

Advantages of Staying around the Port

Staying around the Port is easy on the budget. As the neighborhood caters to locals, drinking and dining is less expensive than elsewhere. Hotels and apartments are unpretentious and reasonably-priced.

Disadvantages of Staying Around the Port

The neighborhood is some distance from a beach. The closest beach is La Reserve which you can reach by taking bus 98 from Place Garibaldi to the La Reserve stop. A neighborhood with so many bars is bound to be noisy but it quiets down around midnight and there's little traffic noise as much of the neighborhood is pedestrian.

Accommodation Overview of the Port Neighborhood

The hotel selection is limited to less than a handful but there are a number of apartments that offer excellent value.

Best Hotel Around the Port
Hotel du Pin Nice Port ***
Hotel du Pin Nice Port

The hotel is right above Foam bar/restaurant (which closes at 12.30am) and offers excellent value for money. Unlike many places, a buffet breakfast is included. Everything is fresh, modern and impeccably clean plus there's an elevator to reach the upper floors. The location is great, only steps away from the Port Lympia stop on tram line 2, making it easy to get to the airport and anywhere else you want to go in Nice. The Old Town and Castle Hill are an easy walk.

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Best Apartment Around the Port
L'Abeille Boutique Apartments ****
L'Abeille Boutique Apartments

The apartments in L'Abeille offer a high level of style and comfort at a reasonable price. There are studio apartments, duplexes with a terrace or balcony and two-bedroom apartments suitable for adults travelling together or for families. Having breakfast or cocktails in the common garden is a wonderful way to start the day or relax after a day of sightseeing. The street-facing apartments may allow some street noise to penetrate but quiets down around midnight. The apartments are an easy walk from the Place Garibaldi stop on tram line 2.

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More Top Places to Stay around the Port

Hotel l'Esprit d'Azur ***
Hotel l'Esprit d'Azur
This nifty little place is ideally located next to public transport. It's practically on top of the Republique stop on tram 1, a 5-minute walk from the Riquier train station and close to the bus to Eze and Monaco. There's a wide variety of rooms available: doubles, twins, triples and family suites.
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20 2P Port
#20 2P
Although only steps from the Port Lympia stop on tram 2, this one-bedroom apartment offers private parking--a rarity in Nice! It's a comfortable place with a flat-screen TV, washing machine and fully-equipped kitchen.
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Extraordinary View on Port ***
Extraordinary View on Port apartment 
The name says it all. This one-bedroom apartment is well-equipped, has a great view and is only steps from the Port Lympia tram stop, the final destination of tram line 2 from the airport. And, there's free parking!
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Mont Boron--Best Place to Stay for Families

Forested Mont Boron

Why Stay in Mont Boron

This hill on the eastern edge of Nice is considered one of the more prestigious neighborhoods in Nice. Elton John has a villa there! Developed in the 19th-century during the heyday of Nice tourism, there are some truly stunning Belle Epoque villas. Large parts of the leafy hill are forested, including lovely Parc du Mont Boron. It's great for families as there are sports courses, picnic tables and plenty of space for kids to run around.

Orientation

Mont Boron hill borders Port Lympia on the western side, the Cap de Nice on the southern side, sloping down almost to Villefranche-sur-Mer in the east. The closest beaches are Bains Militaires, La Reserve and Coco Beach.

Things to Do around Mont Boron

Admire the ornate 19th-century architecture lining the quiet streets.

Typical villa in Mont Boron

Take in the incredible views from Mont Boron park.

View from Mont Boron Park

Walk up to Fort Mont Alban, a 16th-century fort that once protected the coastline from Nice to Villefranche-sur-Mer. It's not open for visits but the view from the top is breathtaking.

Fort Alban

Transport

The only public transport that makes a circuit of Mont Boron is bus 33 which you can get from several stops around the Port. The bus runs every 15 to 20 minutes except on Sunday when it's less frequent. Service ends around 9pm. Bus 15 is within reach at the foot of the hill and links central Nice with Villefranche-sur-Mer. The hours are also limited.

Advantages

Staying in Mont Boron is great for peace, quiet, great views and healthy walks in the fresh air. It's a great choice for families who would be comfortable in a residential neighborhood.

Disadvantages

Public transport is limited. Although doable during the day, night owls will need to take a taxi back to the accommodation. Renting a car would allow more flexibility.

Staying in Mont Boron

There's one hotel and a smattering of apartments but the neighborhood is best known for stunning, luxury villas. This is the best neighborhood if you'll have a car. Some places offer free parking and it may be possible to find free parking on the street.

Best Hotel on Mont Boron
Hotel Le Saint Paul ***
Hotel Le Saint Paul exterior
This very special hotel is in a 19th-century seminary, beautifully renovated and modernized. Hotel Le Saint Paul is at the foot of Mont Boron hill overlooking the beaches of the Cap de Nice with easy access to walks on the hill. Try to get a room with a sea view. Some have private patios as well. You won't regret it. The hotel restaurant is a local favorite for its unpretentious dishes at a reasonable price. For a splurge, try La Reserve or Le Plongoir which are just steps away. Public transport is a little tricky (try the bus 98) but there's free parking at the hotel.
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Best Apartment on Mont Boron
Residence La Villa Leonie ***
Residence La Villa Leonie
This stunning villa is the place to stay to experience Belle Epoque splendor in one of the studios or one/two-bedroom apartments. There are lovely architectural details in the high-ceilinged rooms. Some units have balconies with sea views and all come with AC, WiFi and flat-screen TVs. At the foot of Mont Boron hill, the villa is easy to access from the Port Lympia stop on tram line 2. Bus 600 to Eze and Monaco is just steps away. There's a minimum stay of four nights but you'll probably want to stay forever.
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Prestige Mont Boron ****
Prestige Mont Boron living room
This high-end spacious apartment boasts two bedrooms, two bathrooms, a terrace and a living room with panoramic sea views. Great for families! It's in a luxury building with an elevator and a swimming pool. Not that you're far from the beaches on the Cap de Nice. Also nearby is a grocery store which is highly convenient for stocking up the well-equipped kitchen. The 98 bus takes you to central Nice and you're also near the 600 bus to whisk you to Eze and Monaco. Free parking is also available.
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Chateau des Anglais ****
Chateau des Anglais
This unique villa is part of the historic Chateau de l'Anglais, built in Indian style by a 19th-century Brit nostalgic for his tour of duty on the subcontinent. The renovated villa contains four bedrooms and a living room with a sofa bed. All are decorated with flair and an attention to comfort, including AC. And there's a private pool facing west with a view of the sunset over the Baie des Anges. Free parking is another plus.
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Villa Lotus Penthouse *****
Villa Lotus Penthouse
What a wonderful place for an extended family to stay. Villa Lotus has three bedrooms, two baths, and a living room with a foldout couch. There's a terrace with sea views and even a barbecue space. Note that in typical French style, there's no AC. But there is a fireplace! And there's free parking which is good because the apartment is some distance from pubic transport.
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Carre d'Or - Best Neighborhood to Stay in Nice for Honeymooners

Palais Barety, Nice

Why Stay in the Carre d'Or

The tree-lined streets lined with beautiful Belle Epoque buildings make the Carre d'Or the most romantic neighborhood in Nice as well as the most prestigious. Plus, it's an easy walk to the beach, the train station and the shopping on avenue Jean Medecin. The rue de France is chock full of restaurants, bars, cafes and shops.

Orientation

The Carre d'Or is so-named because the neighborhood forms a sort of rectangle (carré). It runs from the rue de France in the south to the avenue Victor Hugo in the north. The eastern border stops at avenue Jean Medecin and the western edge borders boulevard Gambetta.

Things to Do in the Carre d'Or

The Carre d'Or is a residential neighborhood that was a favorite of 19th century British, American and Russian visitors. The villas and residences built to house visitors in the late 19th and early 20th centuries make the neighborhood an architectural wonderland. Check out the:

Croix de Marbre -- Neighborhood of first visiting Brits

Croix de Marbre

"American" Church (Eglise Reformé)

The American Church in Nice, now the Eglise Reformé

Russian Orthodox Church

Russian Orthodox Church

Holy Trinity Church

Holy Trinity Church, Nice

Transport

All of the streets running east-west have protected cycle lanes making the neighborhood easy to explore by bike. It's within walking distance of the train station and lies between the Alsace-Lorraine and Jean Medecin stops on tram line 2.

Advantages

The Carre d'Or is a relatively quiet, pretty neighborhood with a calm, sedate vibe. Dining is good with an array of choices on rue de France, rue Dalpozzo and rue Meyerbeer. There's also a pleasant park at the tram stop Alsace Lorraine.

Disadvantages

There's little nightlife apart from some bars on rue de France. Some parts of the neighborhood can be an inconveniently long walk from tram line 2 which goes to the airport. It would only be an issue for those lugging big suitcases.

Accommodation Overview in the Carre d'Or

It's a quiet residential neighborhood and residents would like to keep it that way! Many apartment buildings prohibit AirBnB rentals which limits the supply of available apartments relative to other neighborhoods.

Best Hotel in the Carré d'Or
Boscolo Nice Hotel & Spa *****
Boscolo Nice Hotel & Spa

Here's the place to stay to feel like a 19th-century British aristocrat. The Boscolo was built shortly after the opening of the train station in 1864 and was immediately filled with travelling lords and ladies. Sadly, those unlucky people didn't have a spa and two swimming pools--one indoor and one on the rooftop. Some of the spacious rooms have a balcony or terrace or free spa access. The hotel is only steps from avenue Jean Medecin and the tram stop Jean Medecin, making it ideally situated for exploring Nice.

Best Apartment in the Carre d'Or
The Jay Hotel Happy Culture ****
Bedroom in the Jay Hotel

The Jay hotel offers a selection of fully-equipped apartments plus the convenience of a 24-hour front desk. It's even possible to order breakfast. There are studios and one-bedroom apartments available, all with AC and with elevator access, some with balconies. The location on rue Meyerbeer is an easy walk from the Promenade des Anglais and not far from the Alsace-Lorraine tram stop.

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Hotel La Villa Nice Victor Hugo ***
Hotel La Villa Nice Victor Hugo
Boulevard Victor Hugo is the prettiest street in Nice. Why not stay there? The Hotel La Villa is near avenue Jean Medecin for shopping and transport and is an easy walk to the beaches along the Promenade des Anglais. The Belle Epoque facade recalls the 19th century but the interior reflects a warm, modern taste. There are singles, doubles, family rooms and suites, all with individually-controlled AC. If you don't spring for the hotel breakfast, the Cafe L'Insolente is close by.

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Palm Boutique Hotel ***
Palm Boutique Hotel
The Palm Boutique Hotel is in a great location; it's only a short walk to the beach as well as the shops and services on Place Grimaldi. From the airport the best transport option would be bus 12 to the Congres/Promenade stop. The singles and doubles here are bright and cheery; some have a terrace. A street-facing room could be noisy on Saturday night when the nearby bar fills up.

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Best Western Premier Hotel Roosevelt ****
Hotel Roosevelt double room
Centrally located on the rue de Marechal Joffre, this hotel is an easy walk from avenue Jean Medecin, shops and services on Place Grimaldi and the Promenade des Anglais. The hotel offers doubles, triples and a junior suiten all furnished in a sleek Art Deco style. Some rooms have a balcony. Although the street is not especially busy, front rooms do get some street noise.
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Best Hotel in the Carré d'Or

Boscolo Nice Hotel & Spa *****
Boscolo Nice Hotel & Spa

Here's the place to stay to feel like a 19th-century British aristocrat. The Boscolo was built shortly after the opening of the train station in 1864 and was immediately filled with travelling lords and ladies. Sadly, those unlucky people didn't have a spa and two swimming pools--one indoor and one on the rooftop. Some of the spacious rooms have a balcony or terrace or free spa access. The hotel is only steps from avenue Jean Medecin and the tram stop Jean Medecin, making it ideally situated for exploring Nice.

Best Apartment in the Carre d'Or

The Jay Hotel Happy Culture ****
Bedroom in the Jay Hotel

The Jay hotel offers a selection of fully-equipped apartments plus the convenience of a 24-hour front desk. It's even possible to order breakfast. There are studios and one-bedroom apartments available, all with AC and with elevator access, some with balconies. The location on rue Meyerbeer is an easy walk from the Promenade des Anglais and not far from the Alsace-Lorraine tram stop.

Hotel La Villa Nice Victor Hugo ***
Hotel La Villa Nice Victor Hugo
Boulevard Victor Hugo is the prettiest street in Nice. Why not stay there? The Hotel La Villa is near avenue Jean Medecin for shopping and transport and is an easy walk to the beaches along the Promenade des Anglais. The Belle Epoque facade recalls the 19th century but the interior reflects a warm, modern taste. There are singles, doubles, family rooms and suites, all with individually-controlled AC. If you don't spring for the hotel breakfast, the Cafe L'Insolente is close by.

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Palm Boutique Hotel ***
Palm Boutique Hotel
The Palm Boutique Hotel is in a great location; it's only a short walk to the beach as well as the shops and services on Place Grimaldi. From the airport the best transport option would be bus 12 to the Congres/Promenade stop. The singles and doubles here are bright and cheery; some have a terrace. A street-facing room could be noisy on Saturday night when the nearby bar fills up.

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Best Western Premier Hotel Roosevelt ****
Hotel Roosevelt double room
Centrally located on the rue de Marechal Joffre, this hotel is an easy walk from avenue Jean Medecin, shops and services on Place Grimaldi and the Promenade des Anglais. The hotel offers doubles, triples and a junior suiten all furnished in a sleek Art Deco style. Some rooms have a balcony. Although the street is not especially busy, front rooms do get some street noise.
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Liberation - Best Neighborhood to Stay in Nice for Foodies

Liberation Food Market

Why Stay in Liberation

The food market of Liberation (open Tues-Sun mornings) is an institution in Nice. It's the largest food market in Nice and offers an incredible array of fruits, vegetables, fish, cheese and meat as well as local olive oil and jam. Many products are locally sourced and there are stalls of organic produce. Largely tourist-free, it's a great way to experience local culture.

Orientation

The market takes place on avenue Malaussena, north of the train station The neighborhood stretches from rue Vernier in the south to avenue Romain Rolland in the north.

Things to Do in Liberation

After browsing the market, stop in the Gare du Sud, a fastidiously restored 19th-century train station that now houses a food court.

Gare du Sud interior

Behind the Gare du Sud is the Pathé Cinema, a megaplex that shows movies in the original version (VOST) and with Dolby Sound.

Nearby is the Gare des Chemin de Fer de Provence from which you can catch the Train des Pignes through the Var Valley. It's a great outing.

Transport

The Liberation neighborhood is served by tram line 1 and the nearest stop is Liberation. Nice's central train station is not far on foot or take the tram from Liberation to the Thiers stop. Coming from the airport, you have the option of taking tram line 2 and changing for tram line 1 at avenue Jean Medecin or you can take the train from the Saint Augustine station one stop to the Nice Ville train station.

Advantages

The Liberation neighborhood is great for an authentic, local experience. There are plenty of inexpensive bars, cafes and restaurants to mingle with locals. Plus, tram line 1 whisks you down to central Nice, the Old Town and the Promenade des Anglais.

Disadvantages

There aren't a lot of sights in the neighborhood. You'll be on the tram a lot. Liberation is a lively neighborhood. Noise will be an issue wherever you stay.

Accommodation Overview in the Liberation Neighborhood

There's not a lot of accommodation available but there may be rooms here when other neighborhoods are sold out.

Best Hotel in Liberation
Hotel & Apartments Monsigny ***
Hotel Monsigny double room
This classic hotel is about as close as you can get to the Liberation market without actually being in a vegetable stall. It's also a 5-minute walk to the train station, making it ideal place to stay for day trips by train. There's a variety of rooms available: singles, doubles, twins, triples, quad and a studio. Some rooms have balconies and there's a rooftop terrace (May-October). The hotel also has a decent restaurant on the ground floor.

Best Apartment in Liberation
Apartment 2 Pieces
Apartment Liberation
To enjoy all the delicious fresh produce from Liberation market, cook it up in your own apartment. This spacious one-bedroom is perfect for a couple. The apartment is air-conditioned and looks down on an inner courtyard. As it's not street-facing, noise is at a minimum.

Other Top Places to Stay in the Liberation Neighborhood

Hotel Parisien ***
Hotel Parisian double room
This charmer is between the market and the train station. The Hotel Parisien offers doubles, twins, triples and a quad some of which have balconies. Some rooms have balconies with a city view and some rooms face an inner courtyard. Naturally, the latter rooms are quieter. The building is in a classical Niçoise style and is not equipped with an elevator.


Hotel Villa Rose ***
Hotel Villa Rose doube room
The Hotel Villa Rose is a little north of Liberation but still along tram line 1. (Valrose stop). Set back from the street and with a garden, it's a haven of peace. The carpeted rooms are decorated with flair and there's even a cottage with a hot tub on offer. Have breakfast served in the room or enjoy it in the garden.

Mica's Place
Studio
Mica's pretty studio is one of the most popular options on AirBnB. It overlooks the market and tram stop Liberation. One user commented "It is the best Airbnb I have had for my trip to France." Which is high praise indeed.


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Train Station - Best Neighborhood to Stay in Nice for Day Trips

Iconic commercial center, Nice

Why Stay near the Train Station

Ease of going on day trips is not the only reason to stay around the train station in the Thiers neighborhood. It's also a rapidly expanding commercial neighborhood. The Iconic commercial center (above) is a new hotspot that will soon offer top-level shopping, entertainment, dining and fitness options. The neighborhood around the train station is attractive and safe with dozens of inexpensive restaurants, snack stalls and take-out places.

Orientation

The neighborhood encompasses the Quartier des Musiciens (rues Rossini, Verdi, Clemenceau) and runs north to the avenue de Thiers. Avenue Jean Medecin lies to the east and boulevard Gambetta lies to the west.

Things to Do Around the Train Station

There are no outstanding sights around the train station although you'll have a wide choice of dining and drinking options. There are a few interesting bars. Try Chez Manu on rue Angleterre which presents live theatre on Wednesday evenings and live jazz on Saturday evenings. North of the train station lies the spectacular Russian Orthodox Cathedral.

Russian Orthodox Cathedral

Transport

The neighborhood is served by tram line 1 and the nearest stop is Thiers. Coming from the airport, you have the option of taking tram line 2 and changing for tram line 1 at avenue Jean Medecin or you can take the train from the Saint Augustine station near the airport one stop to the Nice Ville train station. It's an easier solution. The airport and the tram stop Grands Arenas (next to the train station) are linked by tram line 2.

Advantages of Staying near the Train Station

Being in a bustling urban neighborhood means that everything is within reach from shops and services to drinking and dining.

Disadvantages of Staying near the Train Station

It can be too busy! All the action obscures the stately, classic buildings that line many streets.

Accommodation Overview in the Train Station Neighborhood

There are no luxury hotels but several excellent three-star hotels around the train station.

Best Hotel Near the Train Station
Maison Durante ****
Maison Durante entrance
I pass by the Maison Durante frequently whenever I'm in the neighborhood and an always intrigued by the distinctive orange facade. It's so Nicois! The hotel is only steps from the train station and the garden is a welcome haven of tranquility in this busy neighborhood. Because the hotel is set back from the street behind the garden, you can be assured of a quiet night's sleep. The hotel offers doubles and suites some with a balcony. Rooms come equipped with a tea/coffee kettle, air conditioning and all comforts.

Best Apartment Near the Train Station
Palais Haydee ***
Palais Haydee living room
This spacious two-bedroom apartment can sleep up to six people, making it a perfect place for a family. In addition to a fully-equipped kitchen, there's also a balcony. Located on rue Rossini in the heart of the Quartier des Musiciens, it's a little farther from the train station than other options but still close to the Jean Medecin stop on tram line 1. Take a moment to admire the Art Deco facade. There are other examples of the style on rue Rossini.

More Top Places to Stay near the Train Station

Hotel Restaurant Oasis ***
Hotel Oasis exterior
If you're looking for a hotel brimming with character and of historical importance, the Hotel Oasis is it. In the mid-19th-century it became the center of the Russian community in Nice. The owner was Russian and many Russian visitors came, including playwright Anton Chekhov and revolutionary Vladimir Ilyich Ulyanov better known as Lenin. Now it's just a nice, quiet, classically-furnished hotel with a garden and only a short distance from the train station. Some of the comfortable rooms have balconies overlooking the garden.

Hotel Aria ***
Hotel Aria double room
Located about halfway between the train station and the beach, it's an easy walk to either place from the Hotel Aria. The nearest tram stops are Alsace Lorraine or Jean Medecin, both directly linked to the airport. It's a lovely, quiet, property with singles, doubles, triples and suites, some with views over a garden or inner courtyard.



Hostel Ozz
Hostel Ozz
Hostels are a great option for solo travellers on a budget and Hostel Ozz is one of the best in Nice. There are mixed dorm rooms, female dorms, plus doubles, triples and quads with private facilities. The dorm bunk beds are equipped with curtains for greater privacy. It's a warm, friendly vibe (like many hostels) and the train station is only steps away. Note that there's no lift and your room may or may not be quiet depending upon what your neighbors are doing.

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Les Baumettes- Best Neighborhood to Stay in Nice for Airport Access

Musee des Beaux Arts

Why Stay in Les Baumettes

Stay in the Les Baumettes neighborhood and you could walk to the airport if you had to! Fortunately you don't have to as there are a number of transport options. The other advantage of staying in Les Baumettes is that it's a little less crowded than central Nice during the summer season. There's breathing room on the Promenade des Anglais and the beach isn't towel-to-towel. Accommodation is also a little less pricey than central Nice.

Orientation

The neighborhood stretches from boulevard Gambetta in the east to the Magnan neighborhood in the west. From the Promenade des Anglais in the south, the neighborhood climbs steeply in a series of winding streets.

Things to Do in the Les Baumettes Neighborhood

The big attraction is the Musée des Beaux Arts, fine arts museum (pictured above). It was once a villa belonging to a Ukrainian princess, designed in a neo-Renaissance style. Don't miss the famous Rodin sculpture, The Kiss.

Rodin The Kiss

It's surrounded by a lovely park with benches for rest and contemplation. Behind the museum lies a neighborhood known for its Belle Epoque architecture. It's worth a wander.

Transport

The closest tram stop is CUM on tram line 2 direct from the airport. Bus line 12 runs along the Promenade, stopping at the CUM stop.

Advantages of Staying in Les Baumettes

You're close to the action but not in the middle of it.

Disadvantages of Staying in Les Baumettes

West of boulevard Gambetta, dining options thin considerably. There are some restaurant options along avenue de la Californie and there's no shortage of supermarkets.

Accommodation Overview of the Les Baumettes Neighborhood

Options are limited but there are some excellent hotels. Apartments are in short supply. There is a possibility of finding free parking on some side streets.

Best Hotel in Les Baumettes
Hotel Amour ****
Hotel Amour double room
Located across from the tram stop Alsace Lorraine on boulevard Gambetta, this stylish hotel has branches in Paris where it has amassed a loyal following. The decoration recalls the sophistication and elegance of France's capital but the rooftop pool and sundeck is resolutely Mediterranean. The downstairs bar/lounge/restaurant has turned casual chic into an art form. It's a popular meeting place for locals. Attention! None of the rooms have televisions. You're supposed to focus on the painstakingly collected antiques and art objects in each rooms. Some rooms have balconies though.

Best Apartment in Les Baumettes
Palais des Domes ***
Palai des Domes
This spacious apartment in a residential complex sleeps four. It boasts a fully-equipped kitchen and all amenities but the main advantages are the free parking and access to the building's swimming pool (rules apply). There's a mini-market downstairs and a supermarket is within reach. Plus, you're only steps from the Magnan beach and the Magnan tram stop on tram line 2 from the airport.

Other Top Places to Stay in Les Baumettes

Hotel Locarno ***
Hotel Locarno
This friendly place provides excellent value for money in a great location on avenue des Baumettes. Close to tram stop CUM on tram line 2 and also a short walk to the beach, it's ideal for budget travellers looking for comfort and convenience at a friendly price.


AC Hotel by Marriott ****
AC Marriott Nice double room
The AC Marriott has all the comforts you would expect from the chain including professional service, an extensive breakfast buffet and luxuriously furnished rooms The rooftop swimming pool is the chef's kiss. There are doubles, twin and suites, some with sea views. It's only steps from the CUM stop on tram line 2 direct from the airport. The beach is right down the street.



Yelo Promenade by Sonder ***
Yelo Promenade double room
It's practically on the Promenade des Anglais but without the accompanying noise. The spacious doubles are sleek and new; some have balconies. Rooms have coffee machines but there's no breakfast served at the hotel. At least the Brasserie Magnan is right next door. The tram stop is Magnan and the beach only steps away is also Magnan.

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Last Updated May 16, 2024

Neighborhoods

Old Town-Best for 1st-timers
Massena--Best for shoppers
Avenue Jean Medecin --Best for a short stay
Promenade des Anglais --Best for beaches
Port Lympia --Trendiest
Mont Boron--Best for families
Carré d'Or--Best for honeymooners
Liberation--Best for foodies
Train Station--Best for day trips
Les Baumettes --Best for airport access

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