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Magnificent Resorts Of Unique Luxury In Nice

Nice has spectacular beaches, magnificent bars, extraordinary resorts, sensational views, fashionable boutiques, and rich culture. What else do you need to have a great time?

You can explore a lot in this posh port town on the French Rivieralike socca, grand architecture, cobbled streets, pastel buildings, and beautiful artworks.Nice also hosts several festivals, including the Carnival and the summer jazz concerts.

The most luxurious resorts in Nice are:

  1. Hyatt Regency Nice Palais de la Mediterranee
    13 Promenade des Anglais, 06000 Nice
    All the sea-facing rooms and have balconies are good choices. You will love spending time at the standout amenity of the hotel – the outdoor pool. You can laze around in the heated pool while admiring the Baie des Anges.
    You can experience the finest Mediterranean cuisine at the restaurant – Le Padouk. The Casino was the star attraction that pulled in the crowds in the 1930s. Two of its facades were classified as national monuments in 1989.
  2. Hotel Negresco
    37 Promenade des Anglais, 06000 Nice
    Every room of Hotel Negresco exudes grandeur. The interiors will take you back to the Edwardian era. It was built using phenomenal architecture and is home to an impressive collection of French art pieces. It has been listed as a National Historic Building for the same.
    The hotel provides you a concierge, room service, breakfast, and fitness center that have been attracting travelers. The Bar is made using genuine walnut woodwork and 17th-century tapestry where you can savor a drink.
    You can indulge in Michel Guide Award-winning cuisine at The Chantecler.  Golf enthusiasts can have a round or two at the course located 10km from the hotel.
  3. Le Meridien Nice
    1 Promenade des Anglais, 06046 Nice
    Le Meridien is located on the crossroads of the Promenade des Anglais and the Old Town. This makes Le Meridien the perfect basecamp to explore the French Riviera and the wonderful city of Nice.
    All the rooms and suites have been recently renovated and offer awesome views of the sea. Saguez and Gomez have designed the interiors remarkably. They are reminiscent of the sumptuous and extravagant designs of the 60s.
    You can spend your time appreciating views of the Baie des Anges while relishing local cuisine. You have the option of taking a sunbath at the outdoor pool or the beach.
  4. Boscolo Nice Hotel & Spa
    12 Boulevard Victor Hugo, Hotel Boscolo, 06000 Nice
    Boscolo is a stone’s throw away from luxury boutiques, stunning beaches, the Promenade des Anglais, and the Old Town. So you could work on your tan, take a leisurely walk along the promenade, and explore the historical landmarks of the Old town.
    The hotel was remodeled in 2015 and given a futuristic makeover. The bar has an ultra-modern design, the restaurant has contemporary vibes, and the fitness and spa areas are state-of-the-art and come with an outdoor pool and hammam.
    You can even arrange business events at the advanced meeting area whose halls feature natural lighting.  All this ensures you a memorable stay in Nice.
  5. Hotel La Perouse
    11 Quai Rauba-Capeu, 06300 Nice
    Situated at the base of the Colline du Château, Hotel La Perouse offers the best views in Nice. You can sunbathe in the heated outdoor pool, grab a delectable meal at the lovely courtyard restaurant, and sip on a fancy cocktail at the rooftop bar and restaurant. Can it get any more glamorous than that?
    It is an excellent choice for a peaceful and top-class outing in Nice. All the pretty rooms and suites are decorated in refined Mediterranean style. The rooms with terraces offer the best views.
    You can enjoy scenic views of the Mediterranean Sea from many accommodations. The picturesque views of the city will make you feel relaxed. You won’t experience such a peaceful setting in the middle of any other city.

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