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The Promenade des Anglais

2 minutes from the hotel

The symbol of the city, the Promenade des Anglais, a stone’s throw from the hotel, is easily one of the most beautiful coastal promenades in the world. Hugging the edge of the Baie des Anges, it takes its name from English aristocrats who spent winter here, particularly Reverend Lewis Way who had the first works carried out around 1820. It expanded bit by bit throughout the 19th century, and it was only in 1903 that it reached its current layout. In 1931, it was officially inaugurated by the Duke of Connaught, son of Queen Victoria.

Benefiting from an outstanding natural surroundings and lined with palms and pergolas designed to take in the sea setting, the “Prom,” as it is often known, is a special place for walking in Nice. It is very popular with runners and roller-skaters, and also has a wide cycling lane.

The Promenade des Anglais offers more than just a casual stroll: it also offers the change to discover some of the city’s important monuments. Less than 100 m from the hotel, discover the fantastic Albert I Garden and the Centenary Monument commemorating the County of Nice’s admission to France. Taking the Promenade towards the west, you can admire the Palais de la Méditerranée with its listed façade. A few metres away, next to the Villa Masséna, stands the Hotel Negresco, another listed site. Built in 1912 in the Belle Époque style, it is noted for its grandeur and neo-baroque style.

Discover Nice

Its historic and cultural riches

Nice tourism

The Côte d’Azur’s capital is the ideal place for a holiday. The Promenade des Anglais, the sun-bathed beaches, Place Masséna, Old Nice and Cours Saleya, the tree-lined gardens, the museums, the carnival, the jazz festival - Nice really is the capital of joie-de-vivre.

Place Masséna

Built in the middle of the 19th century, Place Masséna, an icon of Nice, is a must-see right by the hotel. On the north side, you’ll find elegant buildings and arcades adorned with Pompeiian red. On the east side, you’ll get beautiful views looking towards the hills.

Old Nice

Until the 18th century, the old town was the entire city of Nice. In these picturesque surroundings, admire the Baroque palaces and churches, the colourful façades and the quaint little streets.  At the heart of Old Nice, experience Cours Saleya, with its warm and lively market.

Nice and its beaches

As a certified child-friendly “Famille Plus” destination, Nice has an array of activities for young and old alike. With such a nice climate, you’ll want to make the most of its numerous beaches. 15 private beaches and 20 public beaches stretch out over 7 km. The water is high-quality and meets European standards.


The Basilica of Notre-Dame is the largest church in Nice and is the first modern religious building. Inspired by Angers Cathedral, it is ornamented with stained glass windows from the 19th century, and features two square towers and a rose window representing scenes of the Assumption.

Nice Carnival

The city has events and festivals throughout the year that remind you of all its tremendous joie-de-vivre. The Nice Carnival, the Côte d’Azur’s top event, held at the end of winter just before Lent, has a whole line-up of unforgettable shows which are well worth a trip to Nice.  Each year, it attracts nearly a million visitors from around the world.

Boat rental

Interested in a trip on a high-performance and glamorous Italian boat? We offer half- or full-days rentals of an Invictus 280 GT, which can host up to 8 people. It’s the perfect boat for sweet escapes to the Baie des Anges or the Lérins Islands.