Aparthotel Adagio Nice Promenade des Anglais0.0 out of 5.0
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I was staying with a friend in Nice for one night, so the location of the hotel between the airport and the centre of town was ideal. We walked across the road from the airport to get the bus (so €1.50 instead of €6!) and quickly got to the hotel. We arrived before check-in time but our room was ready so we were able to leave our bags in our room. We were in room 202, which several people seem to have mentioned as not having good views - we thought it was fine! There was a good sized balcony, living room with sofa bed/TV, bedroom, kitchen with good facilities (oven, fridge/freezer, kettle, coffee maker) and a separate toilet/bathroom. The only negatives were that the blind between the bedroom and the living room (which lets natural light through) was a bit broken, and we didn't realise that there were shutters for the living room windows! Vanessa deserves a special mention as she was incredibly friendly throughout our stay, and was able to give us directions and suggestions for everywhere that we wanted to go. I'm sure that in peak season it's very expensive, but for the price we paid it was incredibly good value.
We stayed here for 3 nights recently. We had stunning views over the prom. Very large room with dining and lounge area. Only a 20 min walk downtown. Hotel v clean, staff v friendly. I'd love to come bk
I have stayed at Adagio twice and was very satisfied with the accommodation. My studio apartment was spacious, clean, and well-appointed. The staff were friendly and helpful and the proximity to supermarket, post office and pharmacy was an added bonus. Nice's transport is very good and there are buses at the door. It is easy to catch the 98 bus to and from the airport to Fabron Musee, which is Adagio's stop. I would certainly stay there again.
We landed in Nice late at night and when we checked into the hotel we were assured that the room was a sea view hotel as I had specified and booked accordingly. Since it was too late at night did not realize the issue with the view then. When we woke up in the morning we realized that our so called sea view was blocked almost 70% by the branches of a palm tree. ( pic attached). When we complained the next day, we were then offered a room in the lower floor which was not possible then for us to move since we had already unpacked all our luggage. The bigger issue we had was that the room ( 202) which was offered to us was the ONLY room in the entire hotel with a blocked view and since we were brown skinned it was promptly offered to us! When we complained we were assured that 202 was the only room available at the time which was a completely false statement since the room 203 next to us with an uninterrupted sea view was unoccupied from the date we checked in till the date we checked out. The hotel was unapologetic about our issue and did not consider our complaint to be an issue at all. That's what was even more annoying. My tip: if you are any thing other than Caucasian avoid this racist hotel at any cost!!!
The positives: great location, on the Promenade des Anglais....and its cheap. The negatives: the hotel is filthy. The carpets in the passage were dirty. The marble in the passage was dirty. The walls in my apartment had mould. The extraction fan in the kitchenette was filthy. The elevator was dirty. We did not have breakfast but the selection for 12 Euros pp was very poor. Parking is too far from the hotel. In other words, other than being in a good place, the rest is poor. Had this hotel been a 2 or maybe 3 star hotel I might have rated it average at 3/5. But don’t be fooled, this is no four star hotel, at least on any comparative standard, and certainly not to the standard of the more luxurious hotels along this promenade. As a 4 star hotel it is terrible, the worst 4 star I have ever stayed in. For this reason I rate it 1/5. I don’t like giving such low scores. But basic hygiene and maintenance is an absolute. Its cheap for the Promenade. But cheap should never translate to dirty.
Worst experience regarding a hotel stay! Family of 5, with three young children.We stayed for 6 nights. Arrived at 11pm, booking was for one bedroom apartment, received single room with two single beds! Took us good 2 hours of arguing to receive appropriate room for the night (202 with a sea view, although large palm blocking 80%of the view so more of the street noise than view). Next day we had to move to another apartment 206. Light, clean, with a view to building site... that did not bother us, as we don't spend lots time during the day in a room. The problem started at night. Me and my husband woke up from strong cigaret smoke smell. We contacted reception next morning and were told well they can provide fan as some rooms are aloud to smoke. The ventilation seemed to blow cigaret smoke from other room to ours. I closed the vent with the damp towel, did not help that much...My daughter has asthma so that was a big issue for us! to cut this short, every night was the same! we all could have no rest and my daughter was feeling unwell. not what you want on holiday! No room service, not even towels changed! Not ever have we received any apology for inconvenience for moving, cigaret smoke...so rude...customer service non existing! Location ok. no coffee shops or supermarkets close by. Strongly recommend to avoid this hotel! as plenty of choice in the same street!
This in some respects isn’t a Hotel, you are renting an apartment for your stay. There is no room service included. You have to pay either 5 Euro per head for towel change or 22 Euro to have your room serviced. Breakfast also charged at 12 Euro per day per head (5 of us traveling so 60 Euro for breakfast not an option) We had sea view 6 bed apartment.... 4 of the beds sofa beds.....good quality but all in the lounge area. Views amazing...Do not book a room unless it has a sea view. 20-30 minute walk to downtown Nice. Good bus services. Avoid taxi cabs like to plague.....they are daylight robbers, Buy multiple day bus pass
We stayed here as a family of four in August. We were not prepared for the building site at the back of the hotel and also the location was far away from the main town. There was very limited eating places and it was a good 40 minute walk or you could catch the bus along the promenade. If coming back late at night the bus was full as it was peak tourist season. Our room was not cleaned on the last day and the explanation was that it was a computer error. When we asked for it to be cleaned, we were told that the cleaners had gone home and there was nothing they could do except compensate us with breakfast the following morning. As we were leaving early, we declined the offer. If you are looking for somewhere to stay more central I would not recommend staying here are it is a bit of a way out.
We had the city view option which was fine as we spent most of our time outside. The room was nice with all the comforts of home. The kitchen had everything we needed for self catering. Take the back door of the complex to find the supermarket to the left. The apartments are not serviced so that means total privacy throughout your stay. Laundry is not a problem as the towel heater worked faster than a clothes dryer, even with hand washing. If you enjoy walking, this is a great option for visiting the port, old city and gorgeous market place. Buses are only €1.50 and covers any trip within 74 minutes even on two buses. The people here are very friendly and helpful. Language was never an issue for us. Adagio is a great base during your Nice stay. It is away from the noise of the popular end of town.
I was there due to fact, that my holiday plan changed a bit because of weather. I was there for one night, and I can say only good things about place. Reception - very polite and helpful, rooms / apartments clean, nice balcony (suggest to pay extra and have sea view). Not far from center, some 5-7 minutes by buss, and buss stop is 200 m from hotel.
- Close to Nice Museum of Fine Arts
- Free WiFi in rooms and public areas
- 24-hour front desk
- Airport shuttle (fees apply)
Located in Fabron within a mile (2 km) of Nice Museum of Fine Arts, Aparthotel Adagio Nice Promenade des Anglais is within 2 miles (3 km) of other popular sights such as Orthodox Cathedral. This 80-room residence has in-room conveniences like kitchens, balconies, and dining areas. Located centrally in Nice, it's also close to Place Massena and Nice Etoile Shopping Center.
Start each morning with buffet breakfast, available for a fee from 7 AM to 11 AM.
The 80 soundproofed accommodations feature kitchens and balconies, and there's space to spread out with dining areas and sitting areas. Guests can enjoy satellite TV and stay connected with free WiFi. Coffee makers, free newspapers, and laptop-compatible safes are also standard.
Aparthotel Adagio Nice Promenade des Anglais features free WiFi in public areas, a meeting room, and a computer station. If you drive, self parking is EUR 14 per day, or you can take advantage of the airport shuttle (available 24 hours). The front desk has multilingual staff standing by 24 hours a day to assist with dry cleaning/laundry and luggage storage. This family-friendly residence also has express check-in.
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50% of guests recommend this hotelTotal of 524 reviews