Find your hotel in Nice!
One of the most populous cities in France, Nice is located in the south east on the Cote d’Azur, bordering the Mediterranean Sea. It is nicknamed Nice La Belle (Nice The Beautiful) due to the city’s stunning scenery and mild climate. Originally, the city gained fame due to the aristocratic English families who discovered the resort in the 18th century. Many of its luxurious buildings and architecture remain from this period, and the area today continues to attract the rich and famous. If you want to experience this extravagance first-hand, book a hotel in Nice for your next business trip.
What can I expect to find if I choose to visit Nice?
Nice is a trendy and scenic town. The most popular area of the city is the Promenade des Anglais, a seven km stretch of walkway along the Mediterranean. It is lined with deckchairs, should you wish to take a step back and enjoy the views. It is also home to several festivals and events each year including the Nice Carnival.
Why should I choose Nice as my next business destination?
Nice has all the culture and history to make it perfect for your next trip. The city is very well linked to other cities in Europe, and Nice International Airport has regularly scheduled flights to major towns including London, Frankfurt and Brussels. Domestically, Nice train station links the city to other major cities in France. There is an abundance of sophisticated hotels, with conference rooms and business centres, perfect for meeting all your corporate needs.
What can I do if I book a hotel in Nice?
If you want to see Nice at its best, consider taking a walk up to the view point at Castle Hill - it’s well worth the climb. Standing at over 90 metres above sea level, you will see some overwhelming views of the city which is particularly stunning at sunset. For a slightly more relaxing stroll, take a trip to The Old Town. Steeped in history and culture, this area of the city will provide you with quaint restaurants, historical sites and lively bars. Meander and get lost in the narrow streets, dipping in and out of iconic patisseries and boulangeries.