Very nice hotel, especially enjoyed the roof top pool. Location was at the west end of the... See full review
Stuart from Uxbridge
Jun 16, 2014
First Class Business, Conference and Leisure Hotel located on the famous Promenade des Anglais with 331 rooms and suites fully renovated in three different styles: Urban, Chili and Ocean. 188 rooms with private terrace offering a splendid sea view. Authentic French cuisine in Bleu Citron Restaurant. Roof top terrace with swimming pool, "Le Pool" bar & lounge and summer restaurant with a glittering view over the Bay of Nice. Free broadband. Complimentary shuttle service to the city centre (in season).
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-Discover authentic french cuisine at the restaurant Bleu Citron, located on the ground floor.
-Rooftop Summer restaurant (8th floor) open from May to September with Provencal cuisine.
Located on the beach.
Open only during season.
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Overall, the hotel was what I would expect from a Radisson. It was clean, no frills, and large. The rooftop pool was a wonderful treat for those who want to get some sun. I also appreciated the gym, which had a beautiful view of the sea. The hotel
is also nicely situated on the promenade for those who want to take a dip in the sea.
I was disappointed that this hotel was farther from the city center than I anticipated. I should have done more research. Unfortunately, the part of town where this hotel is located does not leave much to explore. There were not any patesseries or good cafes nearby. I had to take a bus or a taxi to reach anything worth exploring. The hotel does have a shuttle, but it is infrequent so I never used it.
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Learn how to use the bus. You are going to need it becuase this hotel is so far from the center of town and taxis are expensive. Also note that most busses stop running at 9pm.
This is a very nice hotel. The room was small but appropriate size for 2 adults. I was interested in the hotel because of the beautiful pool deck, but the pool was closed in the pre-season. I think this would be a perfect hotel for those who
wanted the beach 24/7, but we traveled pre-season and staying in Nice would have been better for us.
I thought the reception staff was friendly and efficient at check-in and out, and all of the concierges were extremely helpful with finding sites, renting the car, etc. Any time I called for anything someone was knocking on my door within minutes.
We ordered room service once and it exceeded my expectations in speed and quality (though it is pricey). The location was fine and the hotel has it's own private beach plus there are public ones on either side of it. The only downside is that it's a bit far from the city center if you're walking. But the hotel does operate shuttles and you can rent bikes. The view from the rooftop bar and restaurant were exceptional. Originally I was disappointed that I didn't t have a water view. But on the other hand the other side of the hotel is quieter and from my second floor room I enjoyed watching the morning routine at the cafes and tabac along the street behind the hotel. Overall a solid and very good experience and I would stay there again.
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Long walk from hotel
Just east of the old city you can climb the stairs (or take an elevator) to a wonderful park with a panoramic view of Nice, with the long, curving beach on one side and the port full of boats on the other. Truly breathtaking!