No availability found through our partners. Please contact the business directly or check some of our recommended alternatives.
How has this hotel rated in the past?
- Continental Breakfast
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Swimming pool
- Free parking
Photos of La Parare
TripAdvisor Reviews La Parare Chateauneuf-Villevieille
Travel Blogs from Chateauneuf-Villevieille
So Monaco was just a 20 minute train ride from Nice, it was nice because we only had one night in Monaco and I was happy we didn't have to spend too much time on a train.
When we arrived in the Monaco train station, we soon realized that it was at the "bottom of Monaco" and our hotel we were staying in that night was in Beausoleil, France, somewhere closer to the top of the hill. So we started our trek with our luggage and eventually met an older man having a smoke who asked ...
... He decided that the answer was tourism and gambling. In 1863, he established the Societe des Bains de Mer. The company consisted of a handful of hotels, a theater, and a casino, which would soon flourish and become the foundation of the magnificent district of Monte-Carlo. Prince Rainier III ascended to the throne in 1949 and later caught the world's attention with his storybook marriage to actress Grace Kelly. Today, Monaco still stands as a ...
... front of them were cannons, not sure if they could be used of not. Along with the palace and the view, there was a shopping area for souvenirs and food. Once you walked through the crowds and the stores, there was a park which also overlooked the sea. From here you could see the harbor and all of the yachts in the area. We also had a great view of a lot of the F1 race track. As we started walking back down the hill, we we able to watch some of the ...
... latter told us it was Appollo but we thought Geoff suited him better. He had a crown of horses on his head, he was surrounded by other statues of men riding horses, but then there is a woman and her baby on a cow and another woman on an eel/dolphin creature (further research has shown they are are the planets...) Geoff was to become our point of reference to guide us around Nice, if we knew where Geoff was we knew where we were. After a walk around the old city ...
... we cross the street to look at lunch menus - mussels and frites, salade Nicoise, croque monsieur, crepes sucres. We choose a table in the shade and a tapas selection. A greying African man offers us vinyl belts, purses, and beads. Shuttle boats bring cruise ship passengers to shore for a train trip to Nice or an afternoon of shopping. A tourist market has sprung up near the village fountain to offer a convenient selection of ...