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Planning to stay on the Côte d’Azur? Book a room in our Première Classe hotel in Nice and discover the charms of the Alpes-Maritimes. Take advantage of the town’s delights during a stay in our establishments where you will find well-equipped rooms, breakfast and parking.

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Indulge yourself in our Première Classe hotels in Nice. You will discover the Première Classe experience from the moment you arrive: affordable, friendly and comfortable hotels. Bright, modern spaces. Everything you need for a good night's sleep at a low price.

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At Marineland, stroke dolphins and applaud sea lions! Ever dreamed of stroking a dolphin, having fun with a sea lion or confronting a shark face to face? At Marineland, you can make this a reality. Equipped with waders, you will immerse yourself in the water in a small group and in the company of a trainer who will show you the bonds of trust he/she has built up with the animals; unless you prefer to attend a performance. In which case, you can choose between several shows: the sea lion show, the dolphin show or the killer whale show. In addition, many educational activities are organized to help you learn more about the life of the animals that live in the park. You will discover what sharks eat, why the park has welcomed a couple of polar bears, where penguins come from, how baby loggerhead turtles are born or what species coral belongs to - animal or vegetable? Inside Marineland, there are several kiosks, restaurants, snack bars and cafés where you can eat, have a drink or an ice cream before reaching your Première Classe Nice Promenade des Anglais hotel.


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Musée Matisse

At the Musée Matisse, capture the sensitivity of the works of the Fauvist painter. From your Première Classe Nice Promenade des Anglais hotel, head north towards the north of the city, on Cimiez hill. Created in 1963, the Musée Matisse is housed in a 17th century Genoese villa. The collection is the result of several donations, the first of which was made by Matisse himself in 1953. It included furniture, objects and around thirty paintings. With this donation, Matisse wanted to add to the collection of a museum of modern art whose approach appealed to him. The collection retraces the artist's journey, from his first famous paintings such as Luxe, calme et volupté, to the famous gouache paper cut-outs such as Nu bleu IV, via Fenêtre à Tahiti or Liseuse à la table jaune. A set of everyday objects that accompanied the artist throughout his life completes the collection. A pioneer of Fauvism, Matisse made several trips to Italy, Spain, Morocco, and especially Tahiti. These trips nourish his paintings. From 1917, he settled in Nice where he lived for half the year until the end of his life. Fascinated by the light and the blue of the sea, he produced numerous works from his Nice workshops, from which great sensuality emerges.


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Marc Chagall National Museum

Enjoy an inspired experience at the Marc Chagall National Museum. Located in the heart of Nice, the Marc Chagall National Museum is the only museum dedicated to the painter in the world and the most visited in Nice. Starting from your Première Classe Nice Promenade des Anglais hotel, venture away from the coastline and into the city center. The museum was founded following the donation by Marc Chagall of his 17 large canvases of the Biblical Message, originally intended for the decoration of a chapel in Vence, where the painter had bought a house. Originally commissioned by the painter to be a house or a place of spirituality, the museum was set up by André Malraux and designed by the architect André Hermant. On entering the museum, you are welcomed into a garden where Mediterranean flora plays a predominant role. Smell the scent of pines, olive trees, cypresses and holm oaks and caress the agapanthus trees. Stroll through this white and blue garden and admire the mosaic of the prophet Elijah, created by Chagall, which is reflected in the basin. Then discover the museum's collection and let yourself be touched by the mystical aura of this painter for whom the Bible was an inexhaustible source of inspiration.


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What to do in Nice?

A two-day city break in Nice
Discover Nice in a week
A stay for the whole family in Nice
Got a weekend in Nice on the horizon? The Promenade des Anglais has an international reputation that precedes it and is only a stone’s throw from your Première Classe hotel, making a long, pleasant walk under the palm trees practically irresistible. Explore the old town with its vibrant lanes, admire its Baroque buildings — like Nice Cathedral — and have a look around the Cours Saleya market, where a thousand flavors jostle and hum. Art lovers will be spoiled for choice with all the city’s museums, including the Matisse museum and its unique collection of the artist’s work. Lastly, set out to conquer the city’s castle, right on top of the hill, where you’ll be rewarded with one-of-a-kind views over the Baie des Anges.
A week’s stay is perfect for a visit to Nice. You’ll get to explore a whole new side to the capital of the French Riviera — for example, by strolling through one of the largest collections of antique stores in France, the Promenade des 100 Antiquaires. To wind down before heading back to your Première Classe hotel, head to the Promenade du Paillon, an incredible city park that’s home to some wonderful tropical plants. There’s the Modern and Contemporary Art Museum right next door too. From spring onward, you can also indulge in a spot of R and R at the beach.
Nice has plenty to offer families on vacation. There are 3 “Belle Époque” recreation parks to explore: the Parc Castel-des-deux-Rois, Parc Carol de Roumanie, and one in the Jardins des Arènes de Cimiez. These offer original, eco-friendly and electricity-free rides, as well as all sorts of children’s shows. Alpes-Maritimes is also home to many other play areas for family fun, like the Lou Pitchoun Parc in Saint-Laurent-du-Var, and Ludiparc in La Colle sur Loup. The city’s gardens are the perfect place to wind down as a family before heading back to your hotel room for a rest.
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Gastronomic vacation in Nice

Staying at the Première Classe hotel in Nice is also the perfect opportunity to treat your palate to some of the region’s culinary specialties. Visit the market in the old town to try a slice of socca. This chickpea-based flatbread is both crispy and soft in all the right places, and is best eaten straight out of the oven. Head to a traditional restaurant to try one of the region’s staples: pissaladière: an onion tart garnished with anchovies and olives. When it comes to sweet treats, the delicately crisp beignets so typical of Provence and a tourte aux blettes are sure to tick all the right boxes. And, if you take one local product home with you, make it Miel de Provence.
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What are Unmissable events in Nice?

Nice has all sorts of fun things to do on offer, with a fabulous range of year-round events. The Carnival, which sweeps the city along in a wave of euphoria in February, is a must-see. The flower parade, or flower “battle” is a floral spectacle like no other — the French Riviera is famous for it. The Nice Jazz Festival has been bringing life to the city every July since 1948, with a diverse, top-quality line-up. Check out other events in Provence-Alpes-Côte d'Azur by booking a room in one of our affordable Première Classe hotels in Avignon, Marseille, Toulon or Arles.
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Did you know?

Back in 2011, Nice became the first city in France to provide locals and tourists with self-hire electric cars. There are 68 “Auto Bleue” stations throughout the city and the surrounding area, including at Cagnes-sur-Mer, Saint-Laurent-du-Var and Carros. In the same spirit, some public parking facilities also have charging points installed. After touring Nice in an electric car, are you keen to see more of Provence-Alpes-Côte d'Azur? You’ll find our affordable Première Classe hotels in cities across the region, including Arles, Istres, Salon-de-Provence, Marseille and more...