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Apartment / 1 bedrooms / sleeps 2
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Apartment / 1 bedrooms / sleeps 2
DOLCE VITA, Holiday apartment old town, Nice.
This beautiful holiday apartment is situated in one of the oldest building of the old town, a former convent dating back to the early 17th century, which is now protected by the French Fine Arts.
The apartment, measuring 53 sm (44 plus 9 of mezzanine) benefits from an incredible quantity of light, thanks to a double south and west exposure and very large windows. Facing a lower building (the Nice Archbishop Palace) means that guest have a skylight view and even a glimpse of the Sainte Reparate Cathedral of Place Rossetti from the bed.
Though the entrance is in Rue du Jesus the living room and the bedroom both faces the much wider and elegant rue sainte Reparate almost at the corner with the famous Place Rossetti.
The apartment has been luxuriously renovated to include all modern comforts whilst maintaining the charm and soul of an authentic french period building.
It has been conceived for being a perfect and serene retreat allowing a couple to relax in style while being on the middle of the Old Town scene. SItuation on the 2nd floor without lift, the stairs is wide and easy to climb.
No expenses have been spared to add the best amenities:Daikin air conditioning in both living room and bedroom and extra strong double glazing ensure peaceful night, the bathroom, complete with convenient double basins and mirrors features a stunning extra large double shower with a separate hydromassage area.
The kitchen, with bleached wood cabinets to complement the bleached oak parquet is equipped with fridge/refrigerator, oven, microwave and dishwasher. The bedroom's double bed has a plush chocolate chesterfield style headboard, two built in cupboards are present.
Exploiting the 13" height of ceilings a mezzanine has been built to allow space for two large chaise lounge, ideal to relax after a day at the beach.
The furnishing is a luxurious blend of antiques and modern and include a biedermeir table with a mirror top, a xIx century crystal chandelier, gilt frame, and a period chinese consolle. Works of arts are scattered around the flat, including an original Picasso lithography.
Guest can enjoy a wi fi connection, a 40" lcd sony tv, a dvd reader and a selection of dvd.A Bowers & Wilkins doc station for iPhone and iPod.A bio.ethanol fireplace assures warmth and charm even to the chilly winter nights.
You will be welcomed on arrival to the apartment and given the grand tour. Local maps and tourist info will be available in the apartment and we can with you our favourite restaurants etc. You can choose to be met at the apartment or at the nearest airport bus stop,
We speak English and enjoy welcoming guests from all over the world to their temporary home on the Riviera.
PLEASE NOTE THAT THERE IS AN ADDITIONAL 120 EURO CASH PAYABLE ON ARRIVAL TO THE APARTMENT MANAGER FOR THE SERVICES & UTILITIES.
This fee includes end of stay cleaning of apartment, provision and laundering bed linen & towels, meet and greet, a welcome and starter pack of niceties & necessities – a French bottle of wine, nibbles, tea & coffee, dishwashing tablets, washing powder and toilet paper.
Check in time is 4pm and check out time is 10.30am. Should you wish an earlier or later check in we will try our best to accommodate you, depending if there is a same day check in / check out. For late arrivals after 8pm there is an additional fee of 20 euro, for arrivals between 10.00pm to midnight there the fee is 40 euro.
If you are interested in wine tasting, booking a trip and airport transfer or have any requests to make you stay extra special, please contact us and we will be happy to help.
|Size||Sleeps up to 2, 1 bedrooms|
|Check in time:||16:00|
|Check out time:||10:00|
|Will consider||Corporate bookings, Long term lets (over 1 month)|
|Family friendly||Great for children of all ages|
|Notes||No pets allowed, No smoking at this property|
Features and Facilities
|General||Central heating, Air conditioning, TV, Wi-Fi available|
|Utilities||Dishwasher, Cooker, Microwave, Fridge, Freezer, Washing machine|
|Rooms||1 bedroom, 1 bathrooms of which 1 Family bathrooms|
|Furniture||Double beds (1), Dining seats for 4, Lounge seats for 4|
|Other||Linen provided, Towels provided|
|Access||Not suitable for wheelchair users|
The French Riviera - Cote d'Azur region
The French Riviera or Cote D'Azur as also known is a magical place with so much diversity on offer. Apart from the glamour, champagne lifestyle, and sumptuous yachts - this is only skimming the surface. Where else can you have the extravagance in winter of skiing in the morning and walking by the sea in the afternoon? Explore the beautiful coastal landscapes dotted with small beaches, jagged rock formations and incredible sparkling azure mediterranean which can be seen by car, train, bus, cycling or even walking. If you can tear yourself away from the views then look inland and you will more than like see pretty hilltop villages perched high and proud. These sunkissed and historical hill towns are brimming with culture and history.
Take time to appreciate the magnificent architecture of the Belle Epoque, Bourgois and Art Deco buildings to the Italian influenced buildings of the older quarters - colourful buildings with their pretty colourful wooden shutters. Visit the Picasso museum in Antibes, shop till you drop in Cannes, take a boat to St. Tropez, visit the Palace in Monaco, walk the enchanting path around Cap Ferrat, enjoy Sunday brunch in Eze, make your own French perfume in Grasse, explore the many galleries of St. Paul de Vence, visit the vineyards of Bellet and feel at home in Nice. And if you really want to live like a local then playing petanque (type of bowls played mostly by the older/retired generation) and drink pastis (anise-flavoured liqueur and aperitif ).
Nice is a warm, vibrant and fascinating city with everything to offer the visitor with its beaches, restaurants, art galleries, night life and museums. Vieux Nice (old town) is so charming with lots of pretty cobbled streets lined with shops, bakeries, restaurants concocting delicious smells.
If you haven't been to Nice before then you are in for a treat. Nice is a small vibrant city with an old town and new town. It oozes charm and is incredible picturesque with it's pretty coloured buildings, monuments, azure coastline so bring your camera. Nice really does have everything to offer and I guess that's why tourists keep returning.
Nice has one of the most famous coastlines on the Cote d'Azur, the Baie des Angles. Surrounded by hills and mountains, Nice has a wonderful climate all year round.The main reason holiday makers choose to stay in this area is the proximity to the beach and Promenade but also the stunning views of the azure sea.
There is a superb selection of local shops, patisseries and small supermarkets nearby. It is just a few minutes walk to the Promenade des Anglais, and several private beaches where a sun bed and parasol can be hired on a daily basis - there are also public beaches if you just want to enjoy the beach for an hour or so without paying sun lounger fees.
Place de Massena is the main central square which lies between the old and the new town. The Old Town is a maze of narrow streets, squares, little restaurants and fascinating shops. Visits to the Antiques Market (Monday) and the weekday flower and vegetable markets are not to be missed. The Nice Carnival in February is spectacular, as is the summer Jazz festival with top acts. During summer Nice has always something special going on, don't be surprised if you see some fireworks as the Major of Nice likes nothing better than fireworks to celebrate and event.
This apartment is located in the Old Town (Vieux Nice) where you will find the famous Cours Saleya flower market, also offering fresh produce and local favourites such as fruit, vegetable, cheese, olives, soaps, and flowers from early morning until midday. The wide sweep of the Baie des Anges is visible through the arches of the old town walls. The cobbled streets of Vieux Nice (old town) are alive with bustling restaurants, cafes, museums which are free, art galleries, theatres, jazz bars, magnificent baroque churches and little shops selling delicious Nicoise specialities and artisan wares. Just beyond the Cours Saleya you will find the famous Promenade des Anglais and the long stretch of beaches both private and public. Enjoy the many pretty plazas - Place Rossetti where you can treat yourself to one of the best Ice Creams at 'Fenocchio's', the spacious Place Garibaldi, lined with a choice of bars and eateries and Place Francois for the daily fish market
For a panoramic overview of Nice take the steps to the Colline du Chateau which sits on top of a hill between the Port and the Old Town and offers stunning views over the rooftops and Baie des Anges. Bring your camera as is a very popular vantage point for that postcard view. There are only the ruins of the Chateau remaining at the top, but you can also find a lovely park area with a choice of two cafes. If you prefer to avoid the steps up then you can also take the little white tourist train from the Promenade, or you can walk, cycle or use the lift.
Public transport is easy and reasonably priced.The No. 98 airport bus runs from the airport and along the Promenade des Anglais before turning towards Place Massena and along the Promenade du Paillon son to the Port. There is a good bus services to all the surrounding local towns hilltop villages or take the train if you prefer.
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