The West End Hotel was the first establishment built on the Promenade des Anglais in 1842 and features a Belle Epoque architectural style. The 121 rooms happily combine today’s requirements with the charm of yesteryear, half of which offer a view of the famous Promenade des Anglais. In his restaurant, Le Siècle, chef Tanguy L’Yvonnet rhymes Mediterranean cuisine with respect for traditions and operatic arias.
The unique style of this historic establishment in Nice extends into 7 seminar rooms including an auditorium. Each one reminds us of the Belle Epoque through rare works of art from the 19th century and carpets with ancestral Nice motifs. The warm work spaces, some of which have a sea view, can accommodate business groups from 10 to 110 people.