The Hotel Beau Rivage is considered to be the most “arty” hotel establishment in the city of Nice. Since its creation in 1860, it has seen a succession of the most famous artists and intellectuals such as Fitzgerald, Chekhov or Henri Matisse who stayed there for many months in 1917. It is by following a trail of pebbles, emblems of the establishment, that it continues to welcome artists from all horizons through exclusive contemporary works and temporary exhibitions.
With 114 rooms and 4 meeting rooms, the Hôtel Beau Rivage meets all the criteria for a successful seminar in a unique setting in the heart of the city. It opens onto a warm and friendly bar as well as a charming green and privatizable patio. The hotel also offers direct access to its eponymous beach, where banquets and cocktails will be held in a friendly atmosphere under the Nice sun.