Within walking distance from just about anywhere, Anantara is in the center of the city, steps from designer boutiques Vuitton, Hermès and Dinh Van, and minutes from the lively main square Place Massena, open-air markets and a maze of cobbled streets. old town. And of course swimming.
Who is coming here?
International clients of all ages, from honeymooners to silver-haired holding hands. At lunchtime, the rooftop restaurant is brimming with young Ray-Ban-using professionals and selfie-taking customers; In the evening, groups of friends gather at the bar for an after-work apéro.
For families and pets
Children are most welcome with nine interconnecting rooms for families. And who knew? Nice is at the top of the dog-friendly list of French cities, so obviously, your good-natured dog is welcome too. (Dogs are also allowed on public transport and even have their own beach).
Expect water-reducing products in bathrooms, led light bulbs, plastic-free wooden switches, sugarcane canes, filtered glass water bottles, as well as local cuisine providers for everything from olive oil and wine to fish and meat.
Accessibility for those with movement disorders
There are elevators spread over the first, second, and third floors, and five wheelchair-accessible rooms (ranging from three categories).
something else to mention
Denis Gamard’s three-hour master cooking classes – the spice and spoon experience – begin with a trip to the nearby Old Town open-air market, then head back to the open kitchen where you put on your apron and prepare what you chose for the menu that day. : a salade niçoise (hold the real deal, lettuce, potatoes, and green beans). Next up: stuff your veggies and while they’re baking, fill your pastry crust with chard and orange blossom custard. And then the feast.
For music lovers: Nice Jazz Festival held in the Albert 1er gardens below in mid-July may be a plus for exclusive music on your terrace, but expect a high decibel level until after midnight.
Is it worth it?
Absolutely. It is not only a modern city escape close to the sea, but also an extremely comfortable place where you can rest your head and no detail is overlooked.
hotel address: Anantara Plaza-Nice Hotel, 12 Avenue de Verdun, 06000 Nice, France
Price: Around £310 per night