This fabulous air-conditioned very large apartment (104sq m)/(1120 sq ft) is on the 1st floor of an historic Old Nice building, in a quiet street off the main drag. Inside it's been renovated with style and flair to produce a sophisticated town centre apartment that's the ultimate home from home in the centre of the capital of the French Riviera.
The apartment is very spacious and has a loft flavour that's accentuated by the huge beams on the ceiling and the very tall French windows.
The apartment has been recently renovated with a lot of style, and it's now presented, decorated and furnished to perfection.
Its very large living room (40 sq m) is complimented by a new kitchen, walk in shower and three bedrooms.
Extremely spacious lounge and dining room with high oak beamed ceilings. Includes 65" Samsung UHD TV and Bose soundbar with bluetooth. Wi-FI connection. Well equipped kitchen with everything you need for self catering holiday. Bedrooms 1 and 2 have king size beds. The third bedroom has twin beds. All bedrooms are fully fair conditioned, table lights, hairdryer. All bedrooms have plenty of wardrobe space with hangers and bedside tables and draws. Bathroom with walk in shower and mirrored cupboard unit.
No smoking at this property
THERE IS A MEET AND GREET FEE OF 140 EUROS PAYABLE TO MY ASSISTANT ON ARRIVAL. THIS COVERS THE CLEANING, SUPPLYING TOWELS, 2 BEACH TOWELS (EXTRA ARE AVAILABLE) MEET AND GREET AND CLEANING ETC
NB Check in: 4pm on day of arrival, we will try to accommodate earlier arrivals if at all possible. A surcharge of 30 euros will apply for arrivals between 20.30h -22.30h. Arrivals between 22.30h- Midnight the surcharge will be increased to 50 euros
It is 6 Euro each on the AIrport Bus into Old Nice. If there are 4-6 people traveling it maybe just as cheap to contact Med-Tours contact Aurelie at Medtours Highly recommended service, I always use them, they will meet you in ARRIVALS; takes the stress out of queuing for taxis and buses.
Bus details and how to get to the apartment:
TERMINAL 1 :This is the terminal for BA flights. Take the 98 Airport Bus from Terminal 1 or 2. They run every 20 minutes
Terminal 1.No. 98 bus stop is just outside arrivals. The 98 bus goes from Quai 1
TERMINAL 2: Come out of airport terminal, cross over road and head right towards Bus Quays, go to bay 5 for Bus signed Nice Centre/Riquer No 98, not Nice SNCF which is in next bay 6.
Alight from the 98 airport bus at the /Cathedrale Ville Vielle
( you will see Subway sandwich shop opposite the stop.) It is the second stop after the bus has turned off the Promenade des Anglais just by the Childrens Carousel on the Park. Rue Saint Vincent is now approx 4 mins walk away.
Get off the bus and cross over the tram lines onto Boulevard Jean Jaures, head right as you face Boulevard Jean Jaures and walk for about 400 yards until you get to Caramel restaurant on the corner of Rue du Marche, turn left (Rue du Marche) down the steps, then turn left turn at the local bakers (Au ble d'Azur) into Rue Moulin and then at the end of Rue Moulin you are in Rue St Vincent and actually facing our block No 10. The entrance to the building is to the right of the Layaly bar The door bell is the 2nd one from the bottom (Love) press the buzzer whereupon my agent will greet you and explain all the facilities etc.
If going to the apartment by cab you might as well ask the driver to drop you off at the fountain at the "Palais de Justice". Print off a map and you will see that Rue Saint Vincent is a 30 second walk from the fountain. Taxis always drop you off there even if you ask for Rue Saint Vincent as the road is often inaccessible due to all the restaurant having all their chairs and tables out in the streets.
BY TRAIN: If arriving at Nice Railway Station, come out of station and turn left towards the main shopping street Tram tracks/Rue Jean Medicin. Get on tram towards Old Town Nice, get off at Opera Ville Vielle (about 4 stops) then alight from tram turn left and walk along Jean Jaures for a few hundred yards until you reach the Caramel restaurant on the corner of Rue du Marche, turn right (Rue du Marche) down the steps, then turn left turn at the local bakers (Au ble d'Azur) into Rue Moulin and then at the end of Rue Moulin you are in Rue St Vincent and actually facing our block No 10. The entrance to the building is to the right of the Layaly bar The door bell is the 2nd one from the bottom (Love) press the buzzer whereupon my agent will greet you and explain all the facilities etc.
Car Parking exists throughout Nice. Our holiday accommodation is very close to public car parking facilities and car rental hire companies in Nice and we provide parking information to all of those arriving by car.
Public parking costs around €100/week. largely pedestrianized and so parking can be difficult.
However, there are several public car parks within very easy reach. Details of car parks in the area can be found on the Nice tourist web site