Hotel Windsor Nice
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- Free High-Speed Internet
- Room service
- Swimming pool
Historical Traveler Reviews Hotel Windsor Nice
I just stayed one night in Hotel Windsor in late February 2004. The location is central, 10 min to Gare SNCF, but the room is small. (Mein is a standard room.) The room is supposed to be designed by an artist but I found it nothing different as a classeroom of any kindergarten.
The bathroom is clean but old and I had to be careful not to be cut by the rusty shower.
Only the price is moderate for the location and the beautiful garten.
A 'Nice' Little hotel!
Just returned from a fabulous weekend in Nice. The hotel Windsor is fab, after spending hours on the internet choosing a hotel this was recommended by a friend. It's lovely, the staff are very helpful, It's in a great spot, approx 5 min walk from the Prom Anglais. It has an out door terrace with a small swimming pool so it must be heaven in the summer months. Our room had a balcony and was very clean and spacious.
I would stay at this hotel again. Make sure though that you visit Monaco, it's only a 20 minute train ride and you can walk to Monte Carlo from there.
We loved the Windsor Hotel. It was easy to find by car from the airport. The hotel is family owned and they are very kind. They had great recommendations for local restaurants. The rooms are a kick! Each is decorated completely differently. We stayed there on two separate occations and each room was great. Large king beds in each room. We traveled with our 3 year old and he loved the elevator. It is a rocket ship with a countdown.
Hotel Windsor I recommend to you. Centrally located, stylish without being over-fussy, efficient and friendly staff. This hotel was different. The artists rooms were certainly a surprise! In our party all six couples rated the hotel very highly - and it was good value for money too! I would definitely stay here again.
Heaven within Nice
Charming, beautiful, relaxing and heavenly. Extremely friendly and helpful staff. Starting and ending each day in the garden is divine.
Nice hotel, weird room
Nice little hotel in the middle of everything. The garden is refreshing, small pool is well kept, lobby is good, staff are helpful
Weird "Artist" room, Numero, very hard mattresses.
Great place to feel comfortable. Beautiful garden, extremely friendly service, beutiful relax-area. reasonable rates, very well located.
What false advertising! Where to begin....the so-called spa, what a joke. The exercise room smelled bad and had 1 stationary bike from the 1950's...the steam/sauna didn't work and since when were a steam room and sauna the same
thing?? The wait staff in the breakfast area was extremely rude, the rooms themselves were old and smelled of mold. We were supposed to stay there for 3 nights but after 1 night, we checked out and moved to a new hotel. Do not stay here.
The best hotel we stay in our vacation
To all interested,
Is a beautiful hotel with a cozy garden restaurant, and the most friendly people, service excelent, we would like to thank you again for the hospitality.
Sub Tropical Paradise
Hotel Windsor is, as described in some brochures, 'a little gem'. Breakfast in the secluded sub tropical garden filled with bird song is a joy to experience. The rooms are airy and modern each room has a unique mural, some have balconies. Cleanliness, excellent service, TV, mini bar and good food are all overshadowed by the beauty and tranquility of the garden and pool.
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