Adagio Access Nice Magnan
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Great Price for real modern facilities
Though not in the old Nice part of the city, the Hotel is just one block off the Promenade and next to a bus stop which makes it very easy to go just about anywhere you want to in the city. (No buses after 8:30 PM, but its quite safe to walk down the Promenade du Anglais to the hotel even at midnight -long walk though, from the old city to the hotel.)
Rooms and bathrooms are very clean. Ours had a kitchenette which we did not need to use . Rooms are quite spacious. Stayed there for three nights in the last week of May '06. In summer, you need air conditioning in this part of France and thankfully, this hotel has it. Hotel was very quiet, no noisy occupants here. Opposite the hotel are a couple of bars and cafes where you can get your morning coffee and croissant. Around the corner is a Casino Supermarket.
Hotel staff speaks english and tries to help, but don't expect service above and beyond the routine level. Hotel has individual safes for which you have to pay 4 Euros per night + a 20 Euro deposit.
Booked the hotel through Expedia. I definately would definately stay here if I come back to Nice. In Nice you don't want to look for something that has old world charm, you look for comfortable and modern. This place is it.
Fun for the family
Rented here because we had our two granddaughters, so thought having a kitchenette would be nice. It is farther out from Old Town and the Port, but we walked it no problem in 40 minutes along the Promenade. The grocery store was right around the corner and that alone was a great learning situation. The kitchen had everything we needed for what we made and it saved us a lot on dining out. Internet was right to your right after coming out of the hotel--very inexpensive, and #3 is an English keyboard. Across the street is a great bakery for the morning and a good restaurant on the corner diagonally. Beds were so/so as was the bath.
Couldn't use our adaptors there and they didn't have any, but they looked. A washer and dryer are available on floor one. They had a pool, but it wasn't open yet. We loved the wrap around balcony and ate dinner on it even though it was cold out.
Stayed here a week ago for a few days in a Superior Studio. Room was clean, Microwave + Fridge + Hob very handy, bathroom was a bit pokey but in all very good for the price. Reception was staffed 24hrs and the Hotel Staff were very helpful and spoke good English. Pool was not open early May, breakfast was 7 euros and had to be booked the day before. Opposite the hotel entrance is a bakery, small store and take-away for emergency! - the best restaurants are located in "cours saleya" in the old nice town (about 20+mins walk, or a 12-18 euro taxi ride). Taxi from the Airport is around 25 euros, however busses connecting nice sncf station and the airport can be picked up pretty much outside the hotel. Busses also to Cannes are on the main road nr the Promenade des Anglais, and are really cheap. I would recommend going to visit Monaco - which is easy and cheap to get to on the train.
Would definately recommend this hotel.
stayed end of April weather good not a bad location but would have booked closer to the town if we new
apartments good size with plenty of storage space and a closed hall way to change into clothes, toilet and bathroom separate and fairly clean we had the room over the main reception room which was quiet at night but being on the front noisy when you open the windows. buses stop outside hotel and easy access east and west for days out
Hired a car and parked in underground car park which we paid 6 euros a night for but lift only goes up and not down so you have to go out of hotel and round to car park then use pass for car access. We would stay here again as the price is good
ask for room with terrace and out the back to escape the noise
Great hotel for budget travellers!
I stayed in this hotel with three friends-we had a 4 people suite with a wonderful corner terrace.
Our suite consisted of a bedroom, bathroom with a shower, toilet and aliving room/kitchen. There was a double bed in the bedroom and a fold out double bed in the living room. The suite was very spacious with loads and loads of storage. I must say I was a bit apprehensive about 4 people staying in one suite but the space was more than enough.
The room was very clean when we arrived and was cleaned every day.
The kitchen was well equipped, with a microwave, fridge and all the utensils.
Right opposite the hotel there is a 24 hour french bakery and fresh baguettes and pastries on the balcony every morning were one of the highlights of my holiday.
The hotel is literally 3 minutes walk from the beach and probably a 20 minute walk along the beach from the Old Town.
I would definitely reccommend this hotel to anybody who is travelling to NIce.
Nice apartments, could be better
We stayed at the Citea Nice Magnan for 4 nights in April 2006. We had a lovely corner room, with a large balcony and sea-view between two buildings. The room was a suite with extra bedroom, and the rate was only 75 Euros pr. night. The room was also well equipped with microwave, refridgirator, cookingspace etc. There is also a swimming pool, but this was closed in April.
It took us 20 - 30 min. to walk along the promenande to Nice's old town, a very nice walk. There is also a bus-stop not far from the hotel.
So why am I not satisfied? The hotel seemed not very clean, the hotel carpets in the corridors were very dirty with a lot of black spots, and there were dust and hair in the corners in our flat. The beds seemed clean, thougt. If they had cleaned up the place, this hotel could rise from an average to a wonderful hotel where I would gladly stay again.
Cheap and good
Citea seems to be a relatively new chain of hotel offering studios with kitchenette. I usually booked similar studios from the Citadines chain of hotel, but decided this time to try Citea as their prices are lower. I paid 52 Euro/night for my studio for a two nights stay.
Compared to Citadines, you get a real bed (Citadines studios have a fold-out sofa bed) and for stays of less than 7 days you also get a daily house-keeping.
The room was nice, the kitchenette well equiped (microwave, fridge), I also get a balcony. My only little concern is about the cleanliness of the ground that would have deserved a more intensive cleaning.
The hotel is located one block from the beach and the Promenade des Anglais, they have also a pool, but, well, I went in january so I didn't test it. There is a supermarket also within one block. The hotel is on the west of the city, you are not really in the commercial area or historic area, but there is a bus stop in front of the hotel with a lot of bus lines to the city centre (15 min), the airport (bus line 23, 15 min) or the train station.
We just came back from Nice 2 weeks ago and stayed at this great hotel. I was a little skeptical because there was only 1 review at the time on this site but I decided to take the risk. We paid 71.00 CAD to stay and our room was lovely, everything you could want and the size ample for 2 people. Just like the other reviewers I must say the staff was great, the location perfect, just a block from the beach with a bus stop around the same distance. It was also really nice to have the kichenette, and the hotel has a laundry room for customers. I would say don't hesitate to stay here again, we will the next time we are in Nice!
Excellent value for money
I just got back from this hotel in Nice yesterday and it provided excellent value for money. The rooms are small and basic but provide everything you need (except a kettle!) and are clean with comfortable beds. The pool is nice, again clean and well-maintained. There is a maid service everyday, providing fresh towels and loo roll etc.
The most impressive thing about the hotel is the staff who are friendly, helpful and informative. They all speak fluent English too! The hotel is a two-minute walk from the beach and Promenade de Anglais and a 15/20 minute walk from Nice centre. There are shops and bars nearby.
I would recommend that you phone the hotel and book directly because it will allow you to ask for the exact room-type you would like. I went with a friend and we were overlooking the busy main-road which meant we couldn't open the window during the night. This was fine for us because it was September (not too hot) and we just kept the window shut at night which did block out the noise. However, if I return with my family (which I intend to do) I will request a room at the back of the hotel away from the noise of the road so we can leave the window open.
In a nutshell this hotel provides excellent value for money and I will return to it again.
Great Budget Hotel
I actually utilized this hotel on business and was pleasantly suprised by its location, cleanliness and hospitable staff (especially for the price). I was forced to a lower star hotel due to the large conference I was attending in Cannes taking most upper end hotels. I would definitly travel here for leisure or business again.
The room is a studio suite comprised of a double bed, table with two chairs, a full kitchenette (stove, sink, dishes, utensils, pots/pans, fridge) in a cubby that has a sliding door to hide the kitchenette. The closet was spacious in a small hall, with a bathroom (offering a sink, toilette and shower) at the end of the small hall. The hotel also offered WiFi access for a charge.
The staff was wonderful. They spoke english and were very helpful in plotting my course to the train station, as well as other areas of interest. There is a bus that picks up one block from the hotel and goes directly to the Nice Garre station. From there, it is easy to get to Canne or any towns in between (highly recommend a stop in Antibe).
The hotel is located on block from the beach and wonderful restaurants. For the budget and non budget oriented, I would highly recommend this hotel (unless of course you are looking for something more like a Hilton, Ritz, Sheraton style).
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