37 Promenade Des Anglais, Nice, Provence-Alpes-Cote d'Azur, France
"I often travel to France, have come to Nice many times, lived in an apartment, and also stayed in a hotel. This time I stayed for 3 nights, and each of the 3 hotels specializing in the seaside stayed one night. Negresco, west end, west minister. X first comment on negresco, I live in a standard room with sea views. The scenery outside the window is good, but the glass windows are not soundproof. The hotel is still very historical, it is a landmark hotel in the local area. The proprietress has a very high status in France. The hotel displays antiques collected from all over the world. Of course, there are many Chinese elements. The elements displayed on each floor are different. On the second floor, there is a suite where the world fashion godmother coco chanel lived for a while. The rooms are old, all wooden, typical French style. The decoration is classical in all aspects, Yonghua is good for friends who like history. The restaurants are good, especially for dinner, the price is 7-800 per capita, but it is worth it. Overall, it's okay. Those who like to experience French style will recommend this place. I prefer a modern hotel style. It's okay to experience it. I went to the west end the next night. You can also read my evaluation of west end."
"The employees are very professional and warm. For the La rotonde brasserie, the atmosphere is very pleasant. For breakfast, it would be nice to have different breads (cereals, countryside) like those served for dinner. For dinner, a dish was too salty, coconut from Paimpol and shoulder of lamb confit. What a pity. It was delicious."
"First class location! The hotel is like a palace, with a sense of history and rich art collections. But the service is general, especially the poor sound insulation of the room! On the first floor of the hotel, sing along the street jazz until 12 o'clock in the evening, it is impossible to sleep; in the middle of the night, the bed plays in the next room, and it sounds in the ear.... tears! !"