The pearl of the French Riviera

Nice, called by some the “capital city of the Côte d’Azur”, is both radiant and popular as well as bright and lively. You will be surprised by its authenticity, its charm, and its unique atmosphere.

Conveniently located on the promenade des Anglais, the Nice Radisson Blu Hotel enjoys an ideal seafront location. Located close to the train station, airport, and the city’s main attractions, you will be charmed by its unique range of services. With rooms overlooking the Mediterranean or the Fabron neighborhood, regional cuisine, a panoramic terrace, a wellness center, a private beach, and much more, our establishment invites you to experience a relaxing stay.

When you go out from the hotel, listen to what you really want to do by strolling down the iconic Promenade des Anglais basking in the soft Nice sunshine. The city, also famous for its passion for art and culture, offers a museum trail meandering through the wealth of its collections. Treat yourself to a visit to MAMAC, the Museum of Modern and Contemporary Art, to admire artistic expression from the 1950s to the present day, as well as the exhibition on Vivien Roubaud, in which experiments on and appropriations of objects blend poetically (ends on May 28).

Then walk to the Matisse Museum, located in the middle of the olive grove of the Cimiez park, where the May Festival is held from May 1-29, to get a sense of the aesthetic evolution of the artist who painted Storm in Nice. You should also make a little detour to the Marc Chagall Museum, founded with the aim of showing his religiously inspired work in one place. To complete this little cultural session, don’t miss the must-see Palais Lascaris where you can see each successive phase of baroque architecture in the building.

Then take a walk in the old town, a colorful and picturesque neighborhood which will charm you with its traditional side, its local artisans, its eateries fragrant with the scent of sun-drenched fruit, and the famed flower market in the Cours Saleya.  Before leaving the city, take the time to get a reservation at Chez Pipo, specializing in Niçoise cuisine. There you can try its irresistible socca and other unmissable specialties such as stuffed food, pissaladière, or zucchini-flower fritters.

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