Hotels Near La Petite Italie In Beausoleil

4/5Very Good10 Reviews
0.11km from La Petite Italie
I booked this on the fly, as I'm on a "where will I go tomorrow" trip. Glad I did! It's on Boulevard General Leclerc, which is part of the border between France and Monaco...the north side being France which is the side the hotel is on. It's advertised as a 3 star hotel, but it's more of a cozy inn. The room is small, as is to be expected in a city such as this, but it's very convenient to everything...the Lorvotto beach, Casino area and Port Hercule, where the clubs are. Excellent staff that does everything they can to please. While not included, the continental breakfast is only 10 Euro. Every room on floors 2 and higher have a balcony; floor 1 does not. There is a safe in the room, but not big enough for a laptop or tablet. So, I left my laptop on the desk and it's still here. As to parking...the hotel has reserved spaces in the municipal garage next door and only 15 Euro per day, with in and out privileges. I haven't moved my car because I didn't need to. While I'd like more expanse in the room, it was a good stay.
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4/5Very Good10 Reviews
0.13km from La Petite Italie
Strictly speaking, this hotel is in France. However, it's a good spot to stay when you're in Monaco. The border runs down the centre of the street and so just two steps from the door, you're in the Principality. It's very well located for all Monaco has to offer and you will be able to walk to everything the microstate as to offer, although being in the upper north west side of the enclave, you will find some of a hike to get to the the seafront and some of the more famous landmarks. The hotel is old and is looking it's age. There are 7-8 rooms on each floor, all of which are very basic, lacking comforts and frills, but certainly clean enough. The beds/mattresses have seen better days and are certainly sagging, but nonetheless comfortable enough. My room had a double bed and the linens were clean, but the configuration of the room wasn't exactly ideal. The window shutter refused to open, so the room was in darkness whenever I was inside. Even had it opened, it looked out onto a grubby service courtyard with minimal light. some rooms do overlook the city & sea. There is a large, old wardrobe, a basic desk and desk chair, but nothing else in the rooms, other than a small fridge, which is really the only thing that raises it above a 2* experience. The carpet was a bit worn for sure. There was aircon/heating, but it didn't seem all that easy to get a low temperature and indeed since your key card is needed to power the room, it's impossible to cool the room while you're out and about (or charge your devices). The bathroom had a small shower stall, toilet, bidet, basin, all of which seemed quite new and certainly functioned well with good hot water pressure, but the only amenity provided is a poor quality liquid soap. No shampoo or bar soap. Although I booked a double room, there was just one towel each day, which was clean. There is a TV but I never switched it on and WIFI is free, but requires annoying codes you get from the front desk and the signal strength was woeful. Sometimes I just gave up even trying to use it the speed was so ludicrously slow. There is a computer in the lobby for guests to use. The lobby has comfortable seating, but it's a bit cramped and the bar/cafe area is equally small. Breakfast is available for E10 but it really isn't worth it. Nothing hot is offered, just cereals, cheese, yoghurt, pastries, some fairly old looking fruit. A small supermarket is 100m from the hotel, where you can buy all these things for a fraction of the price. Staff are friendly and there are a lot of maps & brochures in the lobby to help you with your trip. You can walk to/from the railway station relatively easily. It's about 10-15 minutes, but in either direction, it requires negotiating some gentle hills. I was accidentally here the week of the Monte Carlo Tennis Masters, so bearing this in mind, I got a very reasonable rate indeed, but even for what I paid, this is a basic, no frills hotel that is questionably 3*. Nice enou
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4.5/5Excellent17 Reviews
0.17km from La Petite Italie
Traditional hotel, the location is very good, there are many places to walk around and eat, the supplies in the room are very complete, the breakfast is also very good, it is recommended!
FromUS$143
4.2/5Very Good11 Reviews
0.18km from La Petite Italie
Located right on the border of the Principality of Monaco, the Adagio Monaco Palais Joséphine is just a few minutes from the Monaco convention center and the casino. 99 spacious and air-conditioned apartments, ranging from studios for 2/3 people to 3 rooms accommodating 5/6 people. The Aparthotel is in the heart of the vibrant Belle Epoque district of Beausoleil, with its palm tree-lined pedestrianized street and many shops. A rooftop pool and indoor car park are provided for your convenience.
FromUS$165
4.5/5Excellent13 Reviews
0.78km from La Petite Italie
Hotel-style apartment, beautiful and welcoming beauties at the front desk, underground parking, convenient travel, 5 minutes to the bus station, surrounded by very old historical buildings, it is recommended to stay.
FromUS$145
4/5Very Good11 Reviews
0.99km from La Petite Italie
Room soundproofing is a big problem and there is almost no sound insulation. The breakfast at the hotel is relatively simple. Fortunately, the location is good, very close to Monaco, the panoramic balcony view is good, the overall service is also good, the front desk is on duty 24 hours.
FromUS$161

Hotels Near La Petite Italie In Beausoleil Review

4.5/513 Reviews
Hotel-style apartment, beautiful and welcoming beauties at the front desk, underground parking, convenient travel, 5 minutes to the bus station, surrounded by very old historical buildings, it is recommended to stay.
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FromUS$145
4.5/517 Reviews
Traditional hotel, the location is very good, there are many places to walk around and eat, the supplies in the room are very complete, the breakfast is also very good, it is recommended!
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FromUS$143
4/510 Reviews
Strictly speaking, this hotel is in France. However, it's a good spot to stay when you're in Monaco. The border runs down the centre of the street and so just two steps from the door, you're in the Principality. It's very well located for all Monaco has to offer and you will be able to walk to everything the microstate as to offer, although being in the upper north west side of the enclave, you will find some of a hike to get to the the seafront and some of the more famous landmarks. The hotel is old and is looking it's age. There are 7-8 rooms on each floor, all of which are very basic, lacking comforts and frills, but certainly clean enough. The beds/mattresses have seen better days and are certainly sagging, but nonetheless comfortable enough. My room had a double bed and the linens were clean, but the configuration of the room wasn't exactly ideal. The window shutter refused to open, so the room was in darkness whenever I was inside. Even had it opened, it looked out onto a grubby service courtyard with minimal light. some rooms do overlook the city & sea. There is a large, old wardrobe, a basic desk and desk chair, but nothing else in the rooms, other than a small fridge, which is really the only thing that raises it above a 2* experience. The carpet was a bit worn for sure. There was aircon/heating, but it didn't seem all that easy to get a low temperature and indeed since your key card is needed to power the room, it's impossible to cool the room while you're out and about (or charge your devices). The bathroom had a small shower stall, toilet, bidet, basin, all of which seemed quite new and certainly functioned well with good hot water pressure, but the only amenity provided is a poor quality liquid soap. No shampoo or bar soap. Although I booked a double room, there was just one towel each day, which was clean. There is a TV but I never switched it on and WIFI is free, but requires annoying codes you get from the front desk and the signal strength was woeful. Sometimes I just gave up even trying to use it the speed was so ludicrously slow. There is a computer in the lobby for guests to use. The lobby has comfortable seating, but it's a bit cramped and the bar/cafe area is equally small. Breakfast is available for E10 but it really isn't worth it. Nothing hot is offered, just cereals, cheese, yoghurt, pastries, some fairly old looking fruit. A small supermarket is 100m from the hotel, where you can buy all these things for a fraction of the price. Staff are friendly and there are a lot of maps & brochures in the lobby to help you with your trip. You can walk to/from the railway station relatively easily. It's about 10-15 minutes, but in either direction, it requires negotiating some gentle hills. I was accidentally here the week of the Monte Carlo Tennis Masters, so bearing this in mind, I got a very reasonable rate indeed, but even for what I paid, this is a basic, no frills hotel that is questionably 3*. Nice enou
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FromUS$113
4/511 Reviews
Room soundproofing is a big problem and there is almost no sound insulation. The breakfast at the hotel is relatively simple. Fortunately, the location is good, very close to Monaco, the panoramic balcony view is good, the overall service is also good, the front desk is on duty 24 hours.
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FromUS$161
4/510 Reviews
I booked this on the fly, as I'm on a "where will I go tomorrow" trip. Glad I did! It's on Boulevard General Leclerc, which is part of the border between France and Monaco...the north side being France which is the side the hotel is on. It's advertised as a 3 star hotel, but it's more of a cozy inn. The room is small, as is to be expected in a city such as this, but it's very convenient to everything...the Lorvotto beach, Casino area and Port Hercule, where the clubs are. Excellent staff that does everything they can to please. While not included, the continental breakfast is only 10 Euro. Every room on floors 2 and higher have a balcony; floor 1 does not. There is a safe in the room, but not big enough for a laptop or tablet. So, I left my laptop on the desk and it's still here. As to parking...the hotel has reserved spaces in the municipal garage next door and only 15 Euro per day, with in and out privileges. I haven't moved my car because I didn't need to. While I'd like more expanse in the room, it was a good stay.
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FromUS$115