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Recently renovated, close to beaches, well equipped, open kitchen, shower room, linen provided, wireless high speed internet access.


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Posti letto: 2
Bagni: 1
Tipo di letto: Divano letto
Camere da letto: 0
Letti: 1
Check-In: 15:00 - 18:00
Check-Out: 11:00
Tipologia alloggio: Intera casa/apt

Servizi

Prezzi
Ospiti extra: nessun costo aggiuntivo
Spese di pulizia: 40€
Cauzione: 600€
Sconto settimanale: 8%
Termini di Cancellazione: Rigidi

Descrizione

Recently renovated, close to beaches, well equipped, open kitchen, shower room, linen provided, wireless high speed internet access.

Perfect location for holidays or business : walking distance to beaches (200m), cours Saleya's market (100m), Opera (150m), convention center Acropolis (400m), tramway station « Cathédrale-Vieille ville » (50m), buses (50m), muséums, numerus restaurants and shops, movie theater, etc. Recently and nicely renovated, quiet. 2th floor, no lift.
18m2, open kitchen well equipped with washing machine, shower room/WC. Fan
Sofa Bed for two persons.
Parquet floor.
WIFI high speed Internet.
Double glazing.
Reinforced door.
Convenient for single or couple. Linen privided.
Small pets accepted (after prior agreement).
NO SMOKING.
Nice is . . . nice! Well situated between Monaco and Cannes,near City of Grasse (famous perfumes fabrics),15 miles away from Italian Riviera (San Remo, ventimiglia, Portofino, Cinque Terre...), less than two hours driving distance from Le Var (Saint-Tropez, Porquerolles Island,) and Provence (Camargue,Aix-en-Provence, Marseille, Abbaye du Thoronet) ,less than one hour by plane from gorgeous Corsica (or four hours cruse with ferry), this middle-sized city is the capital of "La Cote d'Azur". A good compromise between cultural activities (museums: Musée Chagall, Musée Matisse, Museum of Modern Art, Musée d'Art Naïf Cheret, Fondation Maeght in Saint-Paul-de-Vence/architectural marvels(Russian Church,Régina Palace, Tête au Carré, Roman thermae and amphithater in Cemenelum, Lérins Island with famous Saint Honoratus monastery and fortress where the "Man with the Iron Mask" was held captive)/Opéras/botanical gardens, zoo and much more!/,prehistoric spots (Terra Amata museum, Vallée des Merveilles) , shopping opportunities, entertainement (numerous theaters/casinos/entertainement parks) and "farniente" on the sun-warmed beaches (Promenade des Anglais, Saint-Jean-Cap-Ferrat, Beaulieu, Villefranche sur Mer, Cannes, Juan-les-Pins) , Nice also provides a wide array of outdoor activies for sport/nature-lovers (hiking, rock climbing, horse riding, via ferrata, diving, boating, tennis, golfing, windsurf, swimming,skiin(URL HIDDEN)Gourmets and Mediterranean cuisine connoisseurs will be delighted by the incredible variety of restaurants available in Nice (Niçoise/French/Chinese/Japanese/Italian/Lebanese/Fusion/Oriental cuisines) . Quality label local vineyard (Saint-Roman de Bellet). Soil food, local products. Lots of children activities.

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French/English spoken ( little italian, german, spanish)

The Old Town of Nice (or Vieux-Nice as the locals call it) is one of the city’s main attractions and a must-see for any visitor… Because of a huge amount of unmissable historical sites and because it is a hive of activity, buzzing both day and night, which is ideal to wander around, to get lost in and to get a drink or a good traditional meal whilst enjoying the unmistakable baroque Mediterranean vibe.
The pleasant rue St François de Paule, which is lined with some classy shops with the beautiful Belle Epoque Opera of Nice on the right. Just after the opera on the left, you will find the large Palace Square (referring to the Palace of Justice/law courts) which has some terraces to stop over or just keep going straight down the road until you hit the pedestrian "Cours Saleya", running parallel to the sea, which is one of the liveliest streets of Old Nice. In the morning, the central part of the street becomes a market: mainly for flowers but also for jumble sales or fruits and vegetables depending on the days. The strip is also lined with plenty of restaurants which are reasonably priced but varying in quality, so be wary! There are tourist traps… Can’t really say which, but generally places with a large laminated menu in 4 or 5 different languages are to be avoided, it’s just a question of common sense. Once you get to the end of the Cours Saleya, you can either turn right and head towards the waterfront and enjoy some sumptuous views over the whole Baie des Anges from the Castle Hill, or else carry on the tour of the Old Town and go left. Running parallel to Cours Saleya is the rue de la Préfecture which heads back towards Place du Palais and comes to life in the early evenings at around 5 or 6pm, which is aperitif time in Nice. The street is lined with bars (mainly English-style pubs or more upmarket lounges) and some pretty decent restaurants.North of the rue de la Préfecture, towards the top end of the triangle, the streets get narrower as cars are banned and this is the ideal place to just wander around the area up to Place Garibaldi to the north. You will note that Old Nice is very cool, even in the heat of the summer – this is because of the shade and the very ingenious natural ventilation system devised by the locals when they designed the houses and alleyways hundreds of years ago. This area is full of bars and restaurants, especially the southern end, around Place Rossetti, which is another of the nerve centres of the Old Town and an ideal place to just sit down and have a drink on a terrace, under the shade of the beautiful baroque Cathédrale Sainte Réparate, built in the late 17th century. It is also a perfect place to have an ice cream at the famous Fenocchio!! There is always a big queue due to the quality of its Italian style ice cream and the huge selection of flavours, including some rather exotic ones that you can’t really find elsewhere, like tomato and basil, violets or chilli!!As you head north of Place Rossetti, towards Place Garibaldi, the roads get slightly less lively and a bit more downmarket (plenty of kebab and fast food shops) but there are a few excellent restaurants. Also, make sure you visit the fish market (marché aux poissons) that is open every morning except Mondays until about 1.30pm on Place Saint François. Just bear in mind when walking round Old Nice that it’s not just a tourist area but also a prime residential neighbourhood – plenty of expats and locals live there due to its central location, mainly the younger ones given that most buildings are 4 or 5 stories high and don’t have lifts. This explains why there are plenty of grocery stores and regular shops catering for the locals, especially in this part of the neighbourhood.Once you’ve reached Place Garibaldi (recently renovated in honour of the Italian freedom fighter), you can either walk towards the port, 5 minutes away, or head up the Castle Hill for some stunning views over Old Nice and the rest of the city and region.A trip to Old Nice cannot be complete without sampling the main local dish, socca. This is a delicious pancake made of chick pea flour, water and olive oil and baked on a very wide cast iron pan (Amongst the best places to sample it is "Lou Pilha Leva", located on a small square at 10 rue du Collet, not too far from Place Rossetti).
Finally, if you want to get a drink, there are plenty of English or Irish style pubs and more continental lounge bars in the Old Town, most offering happy hour prices around aperitif time (generally from 5/6pm to 8pm) – most of these are located on Cours Saleya or rue de la Préfecture, but there are also quite a few in the streets around Place Rossetti. Just be wary late at night and generally avoid the darker streets of the Old Town (even though Nice at night is no dodgier than other any large French city).

The airport is around 6 kilometers from the apartment. It will take 15 min by taxi and will cost you 25/30€. You can also reach city center by bus n°98 (departure line n°5 from Terminal 2 or line n°1 from terminal 1) and it takes approx 35/40min. One way ticket is 6€/person. Stop at "Cathédrale-Vieille Ville" station and you will be walking distance from flat.
From the Nice Ville train station : either walk about 20 minutes down avenue Jean Medecin through Place Massena or else take a short tram ride (1.50€). The train station is being renovated as of 2013 and the building work will be over in around 2016, so expect a little bit of disruption in the meantime and plan ahead to get your tickets.
Others direction informations upon request.

No smoking Non fumeur
Arrivée tardive après 20 h 40€ à régler sur place
Late arrival after 20 pm 40 € to pay locally


Regole della casa
Non è consentito fumare
Animali non ammessi
Vietato organizzare feste/eventi
Potrebbe non essere sicuro o adatto a bambini sotto i 2 anni
Ora del check-in: 15:00 - 18:00.

Respectful behavior.
check-in 4pm-7pm, check-out before 11am.
No smoking!
Empty the bins and take out the garbage when leaving please!
Mandatory clean-up (except linen)


Dispositivi di sicurezza
Rilevatore di fumo

Disponibilità
soggiorno minimo 3 notti

Il tuo Host


Monique

Monique

Nizza, Francia · Membro dal Maggio 2013

Hi, I'm Monique, 50, and with my friend Stephanie, 45, we will be your local guests! We are french and Nice is our hometown. We both are nurses, seasoned travelers and very happy to have guests from all over the world and to deal and help them directly! Our properties are very clean, well furnished and comfortable to make you feel at home during your vacations! Welcome to Nice!

Tasso di risposta: 100%(ultimi 90 giorni)
Tempo di risposta: entro un'ora

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