2 bed apartment with terrace Promenade des Anglais

Terrace with Mediterranean ViewLiving RoomMaster Bedroom 1Master Bedroom 2Full KitchenView from Rear Balcony and BedroomsView from Front TerraceLes Trois Epis
Nice, French Riviera, France

Overview

Bedrooms: 2
Bathrooms: 2
Sleeps 7
Per night €140 - €200
Per week €980 - €2,100
Type: Apartment
Description of the Nice vacation apartment rental
A Nice Apartment in a Nice Location in NiceThis Nice apartment is located in the centre of Nice on the Promenade des Anglais 2 minutes walk from the Hotel Negresco. Nice Airport is only three miles away.

This two-bedroomed apartment is nice and roomy (100 m²) and has been especially designed with the discerning traveller in mind. It has been refurbished to a high standard.

The main bedroom has a King-sized bed (71" width), a chest of drawers, a built-in wardrobe and a balcony looking onto an internal garden and equipped with two loungers.

The 2nd bedroom has a Queen-sized bed (63") and a single bed, a chest of drawers and a built-in wardrobe.

There is a separate fully equipped kitchen and the main bathroom (next to the main bedroom) has a full bath and a separate shower. The second bedroom has a shower-room en-suite. There is also a separate WC.

The living/dining room has a dining table and 7 chairs, two settees (one of which converts into a double bed) and three armchairs. There is also a writing-desk.

There is a WiFi Internet connection plus unlimited FREE telephone calls to landlines (NOT cellphones) throughout Europe, North America and Australasia.

And, naturally, there's central heating for the winter months.
Both bedrooms have air-conditioning. In addition, all the rooms have ceiling fans.

At the front of the building, off the living/dining room, there is a large terrace with views directly over the Mediterranean. This is equipped with a dining table, four chairs and two sun loungers.

Garrett Moynihan

Area Info
Nice is an outdoors city. With an average of only 4 rainy days a month throughout the year (London 12, Manchester 15!), a temperature that rarely goes above 90F in summer or below 40F in winter, it is an all-year destination as popular (and as lively) in winter as in summer. It does snow about once every ten years, but the last time was February 2005, so you should be OK until 2015!

Nice is a great walking city and many of our suggestions will involve footing it - but you can always relax on the beach or in an outdoor cafe.

If it's your first visit to Nice, and you don't have much time, you might find a guided tour useful. There are two possibilities, both close to the apartment. Cross over the Promenade des Anglais and head left in the direction of the port.

Ater a couple of hundred yards you will come to the Petit Train (Little Train). This will take you through the old town and up to Le Chateau. A 40 minute trip costs €6 (children under nine €3). However, we don't really recommend it; it only covers the Old Town, the Chateau and the Port, which you'll probably visit anyway and we've never seen anybody looking happy on it - it's more bemused or embarrassed. How did we end up here' But if you don't mind looking like a tourist (or have kids with you), go for it.

A better, but more expensive, alternative (Adults €17, Children €9) can found a few yards further on. The open-top double-decker bus gives a Grand Tour of Nice lasting 1hr 30min and gives you a much better idea of the city layout. From March to early November the service runs every half hour from 9.30am to 6.30pm; the rest of the year hourly from 9.30am to 5.00pm.

The service makes 11 stops and you can hop on and off anywhere you want. It includes Cimiez (Roman ruins and Matisse Museum) and the Acropolis (Museum of Contemporary Art). If you pay €20 rather than €17 you can extend the ticket to two days.

There's an average of only four "rain days" a month, but when they come there's still plenty to do.

If you are one of those people whose idea of Heaven is to pop into the nearest bar and stay there until it stops raining.....read no further! Your needs are fully catered for.

But if you want to broaden your mind a bit, and the word "culture" doesn't terrify you, then we have some suggestions.

You may like to note that Nice Municipal Museums are free of charge on the first and third Sundays of each month. Surprisingly, most of the Museums in Nice are open throughout the day from 10 am to 6 pm. However, with a few exceptions, don't expect to find galleries or shops open between noon and 2.00pm. In France, lunchtime is for lunch! Even the parking meters are free - who's going to check them at lunchtime'

A one-week Passe Musée costing €6.10 is available from the Promenade des Anglais Tourist Office, and allows you one visit to a museum each day over a period of seven consecutive days. Another alternative is the Carte Musées Côte d'Azur, giving free access to most of the museums and monuments in the region - a three-day Carte costs €17, a seven-day Carte costs €27.

So much to see, so little time.......

Some of the more interesting local excursions include Antibes, Cannes, Digne-les-Bains, Grasse, Menton, Monaco/Monte Carlo, St. Paul de Vence, Saint Tropez (by boat!) and Villefranche-sur-Mer.

The list is by no means exhaustive; we could add Cap Ferrat, Eze, Gourdon, Tourettes-sur-Loup, Vence....not to mention Ventimiglia in Italy.

All are accessible by car and by public transport, whether train, bus or boat. If you prefer a guided tour Cityrama have half day coach tours from May to October with English commentary to Monaco, Cannes, St. Paul-de-Vence, Grasse, Antibes, Vallaurais, Eze and the Villa Ephrussi at Cap Ferrat.

You can find many more details at the Nice Tourist Bureau, conveniently located a few steps from the apartment at 5, Promenade des Anglais.
Property Rates
Begins Ends Week
Night
Weekend
Night
Weekly Monthly Min
Stay
Nov 01 2014 Dec 18 2014 €140 €140 €980 €3,150 -
Nov 01 2014 Dec 19 2014 €140 €140 €980 €3,150 -
Dec 20 2014 Jan 02 2015 - - €1,750 - 1 week
Jan 03 2015 Feb 28 2015 €140 €140 €980 €3,150 -
Mar 01 2015 Mar 31 2015 €160 €160 €1,120 - -
Apr 01 2015 May 15 2015 €200 €200 €1,400 - -
May 16 2015 Jun 30 2015 - - €1,750 - 1 week
Jul 01 2015 Aug 31 2015 - - €2,100 - 1 week
Jul 01 2015 Aug 31 2015 - - €2,100 - 1 week
Sep 01 2015 Sep 30 2015 - - €1,399 - 1 week
Sep 01 2015 Sep 30 2015 - - €1,750 - 1 week
Oct 01 2015 Oct 31 2015 - - €1,400 - 1 week
Oct 01 2015 Oct 31 2015 €200 €200 €1,400 - -
Check In: 4 p.m. Check Out: 10 a.m.
Deposits: 20% on booking, balance 42 days before arrival. Damage deposit €200
Payment Options: Visa, Mastercard, Cashier's Check, American Express
Other Fees: There is a one-off cleaning charge of €100 for stays of 3-5 nights only.
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