No prices found through our partners. Please contact the business directly or check some of our recommended alternatives.
How has this hotel rated in the past?
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Room service
- Swimming pool
- Wheelchair accessibility
Photos of Hotel Riva
Travelers also recommend:
TripAdvisor Reviews Hotel Riva Menton
Travel Blogs from Menton
... in my underwear for one day. So I did it, we were there for hours in the most beautiful of settings. Flat crystal clear waters with the coloured array of houses on the shore behind and the beautiful landscape of the Italian mountain range across the other side of the small bay. We spent a good few hours here just relaxing and enjoying the beach along with the shade of our umbrella. Eventually as the sun began to lower over the top of the ...
... little streets away from the more populated areas and explored all the hidden depths of the city. We strolled down the market area and Nick and I got some original paintings there - they were so pretty, I just knew it would make a great non-touristy gift)! Our dinners there were my favorite by far and I was so touched when Chris surprised us with wine by the beach at night! We had a group toast to the trip and the Honors Program - what a great way to celebrate our time in Nice, ...
After climbing up Castle Hill yesterday and seeing the beach umbrellas all lined up at Castel Plage (Castle Beach), I decided I needed to treat myself to the beach. There are two types of beach experiences here, private and public. The public beaches are like public beaches anywhere in the US -- you bring all your stuff to the beach, find a spot, and put it all down. The problem is, Nice's beaches are not sand ...
... over the road I got some very nice shots of the Route de Turini further down.
Sospel came up pretty fast. I made a quick stop at the side of the road to check the map for the way through town to the alternate route into Italy. Caroline pulled up in the van. She stopped in this pretty, busy little town to check out the main street while I continued on the add-on loop.
First up:. Col du Pérus. Second: The ...
... I also sat next to an Indian man named Manedi who was working at GM for two months. Engines are his area of expertise. Despite my sleep-time tea with extra valerian, I could not get comfortable to sleep. Thus, my attempts to practice French immediately upon arrival ended in me simply asking, "Excusez-moi, parlez-vous anglais?" Eventually I started adding, "Je parle francaise un peu." I will say, everyone I have encountered assumes I am French and just speaks to me as such. ...