Are you going on vacation to Nice on the French Riviera?

Discover our guide of the best neighborhoods and places to sleep in Nice!

If you’re looking for information about where to sleep in Nice, you’ve come to the right place!

Nice is the living capital of the Côte d’Azur. Cannes and St-Tropez compete for your attention with their splendor, but Nice is a city in its own right, buzzing with life, and not only during the celebrity season. If you want to spend your vacation in a place where there is always something to do, beautiful and sunny weather, a bright blue sea and the opportunity to enjoy your stay in a perfect setting, then Nice is for you. And it’s a melting pot, where you’ll find tourists as well as vacationers and well-to-do celebrities. On the accommodation side, it has a wide choice to sleep in Nice.

Nice is a seaside resort dating back to the 18th century, when English tourists were seduced by the invigorating atmosphere of this city. In addition to the sunshine and pebble beaches, people also came for the opulence of the old town, which is at its peak, Old Nice, which has hardly changed since the 18th century.

Browse our list of the best places to sleep in Nice to start planning your stay.

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Where to sleep for a sunny city break?

Charming and discreetly elegant, the Hôtel La Perouse is just behind the Promenade des Anglais and offers a magnificent view of the Baie des Anges.

The Hotel Gounod is located in the city center, with a breathtaking view of Nice from its fabulous rooftop swimming pool and restaurant. They also have a spa and a private beach.


Where to sleep in Nice? The best places to stay

Where to sleep on a low budget?

Right in the heart of the old town, and especially the Belle Epoque, the Villa Rivoli is well located and has a private beach. The reason rooms start from around € 80 per night is that some of them are quite small.

Fun and quirky decorated by local artists, the Windsor is in a great location for the beach and nice attractions. There is also a large spa and a small hammam.

Where to sleep in Bed & Breakfast

The Castel Enchanté is an Italian-style villa lined with bougainvillea with a lush garden, a small swimming pool and beautiful sea views. Provencal style, its four bedrooms offer excellent value for money and great privacy.

The Villa Kilauea is located on a quiet hill with stunning views over Nice and the bay in the background. There are only four bedrooms, a magnificent swimming pool and beautiful grounds. But you will need a car.

Hotel in Nice

To sleep in Nice, you can choose from over 130 hotels.

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Holiday house for rent in Nice

Besides hotels, you can rent a holiday home for your accommodation in Nice.

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Apartment for rent in Nice

You can also opt to rent an apartment in Nice.

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Bed and breakfast (B&B) in Nice

To live as close as possible to the locals, you can rent a guest room (or Bed and Breakfast) to sleep in Nice.

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Map of the best hotels to sleep in Nice

The interactive map below displays the hotels to stay in Nice. The price of one night as well as the overall rating of the hotel is indicated directly on the map. Click on the icons on the map to view additional information for each hotel.


Not to be missed during your stay in Nice

  • The Promenade des Anglais – named after these pioneer vacationers. The charming region that surrounds it is one of the best places to bask, as well as a great place to shop or have a leisurely lunch – Nice has some of the best restaurants in France.
  • Shopping and gastronomy are one of the great complementarities of Nice, there are many products from the market and local products to taste. The Cours Saleya market and the Flower Market are the most famous.
  • If art is your thing then there are a number of museums to visit. The Chagall Museum has the largest Chagall collection in the world, for example, and Nice also has a Picasso and Matisse Museum, as well as the Fine Arts and Modern Art Museums.
  • Nice Free walking Tour around Nice old Town

Best time to visit Nice

The city enjoys a Mediterranean climate as it is very close to the sea. The summer heat in the city can last up to six months, from May to October. Occasionally, temperatures exceed 20 ° C during the months of April and November. Winters in Nice are mild with average temperatures of around 13 ° C during the day to around 6 ° C at night during the months of December to February.

The best time to visit Nice is in May or June and later in September or October. At this time, the weather is still fine without the crowds of tourists. Note that during the summer, Nice can get quite hot, attracting crowds of people and creating traffic in the streets. If all of this doesn’t bother you, summer would be a great time to visit the city, especially in July or August.