Hôtel de Suède3.0 out of 5.0
Recent guest reviews
Worst treatment ever by a hotel. They threatened to charge me twice because of a mistake by booking.com. I corected the mistake in less than a minute, but it took them a day to admit that I did not have to pay for a room that I never wanted. And then they changed my correct booking so I could not cancel it, Threatened to charge my card if I did. I was not a customer, I was their prisoner! And they gave me the worst room in the poorly managed hotel.
This hotel is within 2 mins of Promenade Des Anglais, tram stop, main square and buses to surrounding areas. The area is littered with restaurants, supermarkets, bakers and various necessities. The reception team were really helpful upon check in and were ready to help with any inquiries. Overall, this hotel is so reasonable,clean, central and friendly. Great!
This is the second time that I've stayed at this hotel and it offers an 'ok' experience. I was in Nice, on business, in May and I popped into the hotel to ask for a room overlooking Ave de Suede or the pedestrian area. On arrival I was given room 316. This room can only be described as a large cell with a bath. It has hardly any natural light and is constantly in the dark. The window opens out to the external floor shaft rising to floor 6. The view is of a wall and if you look down it's littered with cigarette butts and rubbish. Rooms 316/318 are the same. The room allocation couldn't have been different if they tried. We were moved the next day to room 414, which at least had a window overlooking the pedestrian area, but was tiny. The shower cubicle was tiny and the bathroom floor flooded every time as the curtain didn't stop the water. The hotel is centrally located and the staff are friendly. The breakfast terrace on the 5th floor offers a comprehensive buffet and is one of its best features. Hotels shouldn't sell rooms like 316 that have no natural light. It was a disappointing room allocation and set the tone for our stay. I travel to Nice at least twice a year, but I will he staying elsewhere from now on.
We made our reservation at booking.com, nice picture and good location. We checked in and got our room. It was a catastrophe. Small, felt dirty and no windows. We asked to change the room. The front desk staff was very helpful and friendly so after a while we got a room with windows. Thank you. But still, this is a hotel with good location and friendly staff. But the pictures lying about the hotel. It's old and desperately in a need of refubish. Choose another hotel when in Nice.
Stayed for 3 nights at the end of July, the location was perfect for exploring Nice, 3 mins walk to the beach about 10 from Flower Market and old town and 15 to the station. a nice little Bar opposite on a busy crossroads perfect for people watching. The rooms as mentioned are a little small but perfect for a short stay as you spend very little time in the room bed was comfy air con worked albeit a little tired and the bathroom was perfectly adequate and I would stay in this hotel again. We used Uber a lot in Nice far cheaper than local Taxis and perfect for us, the main station has very frequent trains up and down the coast and are clean air conditioned and cheap, we visited Villefranche which is about 5 mins from Nice on the train and has a lovely little harbour and a sandy beach also Antibes and Juan Les Pins which are about 20 mins away. All in all a perfect short trip and I would highly recommend this hotel, good value and all you need for a pleasant stay, we did not eat Breakfast at Hotel as there are so many choices near by. Our room over looked the street and yes there was a little noise at night but not intrusive, next time I would book room with balcony.
The hotel is in the best location. Easy to walk to great restaurants, close to the promenade and to the shopping strip. We had a great view from our room window. But that's were it ended. The hotel is looking tired, the rooms very sparse, the carpet is shaggy and looks dirty. No little extras in the room, with the beds (there was 3 of us), small table and even smaller fridge. The breakfast was terrible. The hot food was over cooked and not edible, cold food was dry and seemed days old.
A very noisy hotel. Rooms small/lift small/shower and bathroom cramped and awkward. Starting to look a bit seedy. Carpet suspect... but in a good location. Easy to walk everywhere. Not really good worth for money paid.
I got this hotel on recommendation and was very pleased. The hotel is close to shopping, restaurants, the beach etc. The rooms were a bit small and the wi-fi not so good but overall a great three star hotel. We found a parkinggarage just up the street for 25 euros per day, maybe expensive but we are in Nice!
This was a lovely 3 star hotel in a great location only a few blocks from beach and we were able to walk to the old time. The staff were great and arranged a tour and transfers for us. The bed was comfortable and everything was clean. The only two issues were the size and design of the bathroom which was unbelievably bad. We flooded the floor with every shower and the toilet was set against the door with a gap under the door. There was limited space to put anything without fear of them falling into toilet. The only toiletries were liquid soap. (Maybe that is a result of 3 star). There was no coffee in the room and but we could get a cup from the office for 2 euros which I thought might have been free. I no way felt these were deal breakers as the hotel had so much else going for it.
Between us we had five rooms, all very different from each other. Our room had a small balcony with a table and two chairs. The location was perfect, around a ten minute walk to the flower market, with streets of bars and restaurants surrounding the hotel, we were spoilt for choice. The free wifi was unexpected, and yes it wasn't amazing, but it was free! That made it easy to stay in contact with home. The breakfast room on the 5th floor was great. We went all three mornings that we stayed. It is buffet style, so if you're travelling on a budget it was great to fill up and then wait to eat again until the evening. The breakfast was €14 per person, which was similar to prices elsewhere with the benefit of unlimited coffee. Nice itself was quite an expensive place, so take more rather than less spending money. We had a brilliant time at this hotel, the staff were lovely and very helpful. A great budget hotel, with a central location.
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79% of guests recommend this hotelTotal of 512 reviews