Expert reviews of cheap hotels in Nice
The best budget hotels in Nice... inspected and approved.
Hotel Excelsior is an elegant, splurge-worthy hotel located near the train station and tram stop.
Situated just off the Avenue Jean Medecin and five-minutes from Old Nice and the beach, the one-star Residence Petit Louvre is a perfect, central pick for Cheapos—especially those who plan an extended stay in Nice.
The three-star Hotel Aria sits in the heart of Nice, near the city's many shops and across the street from the serene Mozart Park. The hotel is also near the beach and the train station.
Tucked among the shops and restaurants of the Rue de France, the two-star Hotel Solara is easy to miss. But beyond its modest exterior are 14 comfortable, convenient and inexpensive rooms.
The two-star Nice Garden Hotel, located just 200 meters from the beach, offers nine quaint rooms and a bed and breakfast feel.
Situated on the bustling Rue Massena, the two-star Hotel Regence couldn’t be more conveniently located. Better yet, the hotel offers 60 attractive rooms at reasonable rates.
The Hostel Baccarat, located very close to Nice's main train station, is all bells and whistles, and mostly backpackers. Read: If after-hours noise bugs you, find another spot.
The three-star Hotel Harvey (also called the Hotel De Suède) is a simple place to stay with a stellar location, just around the corner from the Promenade des Anglais and near Nice's restaurants and bars.
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Who are we? EuroCheapo is a guide to budget hotels in Nice and throughout Europe. Our editors show up unannounced at affordable hotels, inspect the rooms, take some photos, and write up a review. If we like it, we pass on the hotel recommendation to you. All of our picks are clean, central and cheap.
Nice’s budget hotels tend to be situated around the train station and in the Centre Ville. We’ve hunted these down, and ventured along the Promenade des Anglais to see what a Cheapo can afford.
Getting started: Ready to find the right hotel for your budget? Head straight to our list of recommended budget hotels. If you need help choosing a part of town, take a minute to read through the neighborhood overview. Finally, for tips on keeping things cheap in Nice, be sure to check out the articles listed below.
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