Hotel Beau Rivage ****

Hotel Beau Rivage ****

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.

114 air-conditioned and soundproofed rooms Wifi Reception, luggage storage and 24-hour concierge service
Minibar Satellite TV Direct telephone line
150 m2 of business space 4 rooms (up to 50 people) Accessible to people with reduced mobility

Access

Adress : 24 Rue Saint-François de Paule, 06300 Nice

By car from Nice Airport take the N98 towards “Promenade des Anglais” towards “Nice Centre-Ville” for 6km. After the Jardin Albert 1er, turn left towards Place Masséna. Then turn right on rue Saint-François de Paule until n°24 where the Hotel Beau Rivage is located.

By train Stop Nice Centre-Ville – go down avenue Jean Médecin to Place Masséna. After the statue of Apollo, continue on rue Desboutin. Hotel Beau Rivage is located at the intersection with rue Saint-François de Paule.

By tramway Line 1 – Place Masséna stop: After the statue of Apollo, continue on rue Desboutin. Hotel Beau Rivage is located at the intersection with rue Saint-François de Paule.

Hotel in pictures

Boutique hotel with 114 rooms, the Hotel Beau Rivage**** located in the heart of the old town, near the Cours Saleya, has been entirely renovated by the architect Jean-Michel Wilmotte.

Our rooms in pictures