It's probably the most beautiful building on the promenade, with impressive public spaces on the ground floor. We got a partial sea view room with a Juliet balcony that looks over a museum ground with promenade and sea to the side. Room is spacious and nicely furnished with historical looking pieces, but mattress is very hard and lumpy, without much padding. close to restaurants/ shopping, but a bit far from old town.
As soon as we arrived at the hotel we were welcomed with a smile and were told that we had been upgraded. A very good start.
Could not fault the room, it was spacious, comfortable and clean.
We used the concierge service and would like to say a massive thank you to Antonio who assisted us with booking our day trip to Monaco and recommended a restaurant as well as booking my hairdressing appointment.
All in all thoroughly enjoyed my stay and would definitely book again
Traveller from Kent
Solarium days, casino nights, seaside views Opened in 2004, this storied hotel on the waterfront promenade offers …More
Just back from a week at this hotel and will definitely be going back. It's only ten minutes walk from the train station for trips to Monte Carlo and Cannes, but only six minutes walk from the beach. Lovely big room with well equipped bathroom and separate WC. The staff were excellent and could not have been more helpful or pleasant. Plenty of restaurants within a few minutes walk. Lovely rooftop pool and terrace area.
Great location only 8km from the airport. The location was ideal as its near Promenade des Anglais, beach and old city. Lots of shops and eateries at the door, car rental around the corner too. The staff was extremely friendly and helpful, breakfast upstairs was you're average continental like in Canada maybe a bit better still. The rooms are nothing fancy but by all means no rat shack, I just wanted a comfortable place to rest at night with the basics and I got it at Hotel de Suède. Looking forward on returning in March.
Traveling the length of the city of Nice, the lively Promenade des Anglais runs along the edge of the Bay of Angels. A popular meeting point, tourists and locals alike stroll up and down this popular promenade, dotted with hotels, restaurants, and shops, and lined with the beaches that make Nice famous. Many of the city's events and festivals are also held here, including the yearly Carnival.
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