Nice Hotels

Nice has a wide variety of accommodation options, ranging from 1-star guesthouses to luxury hotels with panoramic views of the Med. Even at the bottom end of the market prices aren’t particularly cheap, but then again this is the French Riviera.

The hotels below have been classed into three different pricing categories:
Luxury (over €200)
Moderate (€100 to €200)
Cheap (up to €100)

These prices are per room per night and include all taxes but not breakfast.

Hôtel Nice Beau Rivage

+33 4 9247 8282

At only a two-minute walk from the seafront and a three-minute walk from Opéra de Nice, its little wonder this chic hotel was once frequented by a number of famous writers and artists. Today, the refurbished building offers a private beach, a whiskey bar, and a classy outdoor lounge for reclining during the summer months.


24 Rue Saint-François de Paule, 06300, Nice, France

Boscolo Exedra

+33 4 9703 8989.

The palatial Boscolo Exedra fuses belle époque architecture with contemporary design. The decor gives the hotel an almost futuristic feel, with a whiff of an art gallery about it. You’ll find some stunning pieces on display in the foyer. Guests can also get the 5-star treatment in the hotel’s spa.

12 Boulevard Victor Hugo, 06000, Nice, France

Palais de la Méditerranée

+33 4 9327 1234.

This beautiful art deco hotel has some of the best views in town, which are best enjoyed from the swimming pool on the terrace above the Promenade des Anglais. Elegant rooms boast smooth contemporary decor and views out over the sea. A sauna, gym, and Turkish bath add to the 5-star allure.

13 Promenade des Anglais, 06000, Nice, France

Hotel Negresco

+33 4 9316 6400.

The most exclusive address in town is an old but not fusty place that has elegantly idled by the Promenade des Anglais since 1913. Recent major refurbishments have kept this grande dame ahead of the game, but the antiques and furniture collectables angle the atmosphere towards a bygone era.

37 Promenade des Anglais, 06000, Nice, France

Hôtel Le Meurice

+33 4 9703 0520.

Less than a minute away from the Promenade des Anglais, and within staggering distance of the nearby bars, Hotel Meurice offers comfortable and convenient accommodation at a reasonable price. The service is excellent—the staff goes out of their way to please guests—and while rooms are a little small, they’re finished beautifully.

14 Avenue de Suède, 06000, Nice, France

Spity Hotel

+33 4 9707 2626.

On the site of the former Hi Hotel, this chic accommodation maintains the former’s emphasis on elegant and ultra-modern design. Within one of the 38 sleek, industrial bedrooms, you’ll find lava stone tubs and neon walk-in showers. Amenities include an organic breakfast buffet, private beach, day spa, lounge bar, and a rooftop terrace offering panoramic views of Nice.


3 Avenue des Fleurs, 06000, Nice, France

Westminster Hotel & Spa

+33 4 9214 8686.

This good-value 4-star is one of the more affordable grand old waterfront hotels. All the usual perks including a private beach and wonderful belle époque architecture are covered at the Westminster with minimum fuss. Be sure to book a sea-view room for breakfast on the Promenade des Anglais terrace.

27 Promenade des Anglais, 06300, Nice, France

Hotel Villa St Hubert

+33 4 9384 6651.

Although it’s not in the city centre, this homely hotel is close to a tram that leads directly to Place Masséna, making it a great value for your money. Some of the traditionally furnished rooms have balconies with views across the rooftops, and breakfast is served in a charming tree-shaded courtyard.

26 Rue Michel-Ange, 06100, Nice, France

Hotel Windsor

+33 4 9388 5935.

You’re as far from chain-hotel uniformity as you can get in this boutique townhouse: inside, local artists have turned each room into a work of art. To top it off, there’s an adorable garden with a pool – a godsend when the beach gets busy at the height of summer.

11 Rue Dalpozzo, 06000, Nice, France
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