BEST WESTERN Hotel Roosevelt

Address: 16 rue Marechal Joffre, Nice, French Riviera - Cote d'Azur, Provence, 06000, France | 3 star hotel
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This 3 star hotel, located in the Centro Historico area of Nice, is near Old Town (Vieille Ville), Cours Saleya, Place Rossetti, and Castel Plage.
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          Historical Traveler Reviews BEST WESTERN Hotel Roosevelt Nice

          Super hotel, very nice..


          Just Returnd 5 Nites May 6th, place is close to beach, train station, old town. great staff, Urge anyone to stay there. Staff speaks English, rooms are very clean. Staff is very helpful. Buses are 2 blocks away, train station is 15 minute walk, beach is 10 minutes walk and old town is 10 minute can do eerything in nice by walking. a trip ti Eze is a must day trip, 4 euros by train, monaco is 6euros, cannes is 6 euros or so. have any questions on Nice, Monaco, or Cannnes, drop me a line.

          Great value for money


          Myself and 4 friends stayed at the Comfort roosevelt for a long weekend. It was fantastic value for money offering comfortable, clean rooms and in a great location, only 10 mins from the old town square and seafront. The staff were extremely friendly and very helpful. There are plenty of restaurants/bars in the area and also right in the heart of the shopping district. I would definately recommend it for a budget break away.

          Decent Hotel in Posh Neighborhood


          This hotel is in a very nice residential/shopping area of Nice. It's actually a few blocks from the Holiday Inn but a lot cheaper. In Nice, you don't really want to stay in the room much because it's so gorgeous outside so....this is a hotel that is perfect for that. It's sparse and the interior of the rooms are cheaper motel-like but clean and the beds are comfortable. The bathroom is clean and average and there was nothing to complain about it. The staff were very friendly and helpful and spoke English very well. If you want to be near the main shopping strip for little money, this is the hotel.

          Comfort Roosevelt a great deal


          My daughter and I stayed at the Roosevelt last year, March 2002 and we were very pleased with everything they had to offer. We loved it so much we are staying there again this year, Nov 2003 for 5 days. Loved the restaurant next door-great food and reasonable prices; I don't think they are related to the hotel. As for the hotel's breakfast buffet, a great variety is offered each morning and everything tasted great. The location is an easy walk to the Cours Saleya (Old Nice) and the shopping area (Jean Medecin) although we prefer Old Nice. Front desk staff attentive and friendly. What is not to love?

          Wonderful Staff


          A friend and I took a girls' trip to Nice and found the hotel to be perfectly situated, the staff exceptional, the breakfast satisfying, and the experience overall great. Although the rooms a bit sparse, it doesn't matter because in Nice, you ought to be outside rather than in your hotel room. One thing--terrible hairdriers--don't even bother.

          Status ... July 2002


          Stayed at the Comfort Inn - Roosevelt July 2002. Seemed like a nice place. Clean, A/C, reasonable rates (relative to London & Paris), and the desk staff spoke some English. It's 2-3 blocks west of the main business avenue (McDonald's Corner), and about 10 blocks south of the train station. Five minutes to the beach. Reservations were made over the choicehotels web site from the USA, and modified in Paris at the last minute. No problems ... walked in at 10 pm and the room was ready. Taxi from train station was 10 euro, and a wild ride down narrow back streets ... what fun. You are gonna love the sun and topless girls. :-)Remember to keep your wallet secure, and think with your head.



          The hotel staff were friendly and very helpful,they could not be faulted.Superior rooms updated in 2001,Standard rooms do in places require a lick of paint but do not let this put you off.Beds very firm and comfy,maid service very good.Buffet breakfast for 7 euros set us up for the rest of the day.A discount obtained{booked via the net}for a hotel situated in the heat of Nice convenient for all the sights.

          TripAdvisor Reviews BEST WESTERN Hotel Roosevelt Nice

          4.00 of 5 stars Excellent

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          A travel blog entry by daveandwendy on Oct 11, 2015

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          We arrived in Nice after a four hour drive from Avignon. This city is everything I expected and more. Our hotel is right across the street from the Promenade des Anglais, which extends the whole coast of their beaches. We also are in walking distance to their harbor, old town, their city squares and parks and shopping. We enjoyed walking everywhere and found this city charming. ...

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          ... caught a shuttle down to the sea and the French Riviera. We walked down the Promenade des Anglais (English walkway). This was originally created so the English/Americans could promenade by the sea without getting their feet wet or smelling like fish.

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          ... pokies for me unfortunately so It was off to bed for a good nights sleep before an early morning and long trip on the bus to Florence, Italy via Pisa. Very much looking forward to pizza, pasta and wine and onto Rome for a tour of Vatican City.

          I apologise to anyone if I haven't got back to you or messaged/called - we rarely have wifi and I don't have a phone. Hopefully once the tour is finished ill be able to work it out!
          Au reviour! ...

          Day 5 - Nice

          A travel blog entry by cwhiteside on Mar 25, 2013

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          ... lot of complaining (even asking to stay at the hotel instead of touring one day in Paris) so we ignored her and didn't feel bad. Another one of our students asked one of the most ridiculous questions that I have ever heard. She was sitting in a seat that faced the rear of the train and asked Anthony about an hour into the trip, "why are we going backwards?" We had a good laugh at this and Anthony promised to add it to his list of stupid remarks that would be shared at the ...