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First of all, the night staff were very unhelpful when confronted about wifi issues, then proceeded to pass the blame onto us and say there's something wrong with our phones. Whilst we waited in the lobby to try and fix the issue ourselves, he began...More
When we first entered, they gave us room 119. It was really hot and there was no airconditioning.The room was also very small. The next day we asked for a new room and the friendly German girls immediately gave us a new room (room 108...More
This is a basic hotel, so my rating is not just a criticism of the hotel itself but of the experience. While checking in there was quite a queue and therefore the process was very slow. The next negative point was that the hotel was...More
I recently spent a week there and it is a nice little hotel.
The staff were very pleasant and spoke English very well.
It will be better when the building works next door come to an end. The hotel itself was generally quiet and the...More
We arrived quite late and tired and there was a bit of hassle with the night porter and keys which delayed our entry into our room.
However, unexpectedly the service which was provided afterwards in regards to this was fabulous. We were offered free breakfast...More
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The easiest way is to take Bus 99 which stands outside the terminal and brings you to Nice Ville train station. You can buy the ticket onboard for 6€. Then walk from there to the hotel (10 minutes) or take the tram from Gare... More
The easiest way is to take Bus 99 which stands outside the terminal and brings you to Nice Ville train station. You can buy the ticket onboard for 6€. Then walk from there to the hotel (10 minutes) or take the tram from Gare Thiers, 300 meters away from Gare Nice Ville, on the left side when you get out of the station. Take the tram T1 in direction Henri Sappia. Get out at Libération.