Radisson Blu Hotel, Nice
What We Love
- A sophisticated stay on the French Riviera, with breakfast and sparkling sea viewsRelaxing on the rooftop terrace and watching the moon rise over the bay
- Sampling the local cuisine, from street food to delectable shrimp salads, in the seaside restaurants
- Wandering around the old town and delving into its history at the Archaeology Museum and Roman ruins
What To Know
- Located on a private beach along Promenade des Anglais
- Guestrooms have Nespresso coffeemakers
- You can rent out a sun bed on the beach for a small fee
- Free WiFi works well
The comfortable and cheerful Radisson Blu Hotel is calling your name. All the way up on its rooftop, a sun terrace features cozy bar lounges and lovely panoramic views over the sparkling bay.
Year-round, so does the Promenade de Anglais. Palm trees, boutiques and cafés line this thoroughfare, where the hotel is located – take a long afternoon stroll here, while soaking up the sun and admiring the sea views.
And so, too, does Nice Old Town, where cultural and artistic landmarks are as plentiful as the cobbled streets. Visit the Musée Matisse, featuring one of the world’s largest collections of the artist’s works. Or delight your senses with a stroll into Cours Saleya Flower Market, where blooms overflow, in every shade.
Good to know
Régence Plage is only open during the high season, from March 24 until October.
Please be aware that La Terrasse Restaurant and the private pool are open during high season only. La Terrasse will be open from March 17.
Please note that a city tax per person, per night is payable directly at the hotel.
Clean and spacious, with comfy beds and a bright, cheerful vibe, the Business Class rooms up on the fifth and sixth floors provide dazzling Mediterranean views.
The contemporary and newly renovated Le 223 offers gourmet French cuisine. La Terrasse prepares food in an open-air kitchen and serves well into the evening, in a relaxed rooftop setting, overlooking Baie des Anges. And of course, you should get out and sample the best of the local area. Nice offers plenty of variety, from fresh Mediterranean lunches at Oliviera, to flavorful Southwestern dishes at La Route du Miam.Please be aware that La Terrasse and Régence Plage are only open during the high season (from March 17 and 24, respectively, to October).
The hotel features a fitness center, sauna, outdoor pool (opening times depend on the season) and hammam (or Turkish bath area). Luxuriate and relax with holistic therapies and beauty treatments, in a sleek and professional setting.
If you’re restless, hop straight onto the Promenade for an impromptu shopping spree. It’s a 30-minute walk to the town center of Nice, but access to taxis and buses are opposite the hotel, getting you there with ease.
How to Get There
Nice hotel and grt location just in front of sea hotel is good and staff is nice food is also good but rooms are not grt and housekeeping is not Upto mark rest I give it full points for its location pool area is very beautiful and give mesmerising looks to the ocean
Nice hotel - booking disaster
Following an administrative problem, we ended up standing and negotiating for 2 hour to get checked in, before we ended up having to re-book the room so that we could get in.
We booked a last minute short break. Staff were very helpful, the breakfasts were plentiful. Our sea view room was ideal, but to sit on the balcony to take the ambience in, is spoiled by the busy road outside. Once up on the rooftop terrace, it is much quieter.
If flying in, the tram directly outside the arrivals gate drops you within 50 feet of the Hotel. So if you purchase a ticket worth 10 euros, you can probably ride all week.