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Ideally located in the city centre, near the central railway station, the Riviera hotel welcomes you to Nice and opens the doors of the Cote d'Azur. The Riviera hotel offers 48 rooms fully renovated in 2003, all have air conditioning, satellite TV, mini bar, double glazed windows and hairdryer. Stroll through Old Town, with its palaces, baroque churches, countless shops, word famous flow market and its tiny serpentine alleys. Follow them to the splendid Musee d'Art Modern et d'Art Contemporain. Then climb the Colline du Chateau to catch breathtaking views on the Bay of Angels.
The Victorian upper classes and tsarist aristocrats loved Nice in the 19th century, but it's solidly middle class today, and far less glamorous and expensive than Cannes -- the least expensive of any resort. It's also the best excursion center on the Riviera, especially if you're dependent on public transportation. For example, you can go to San Remo, "the queen of the Italian Riviera," and return to Nice by nightfall. From the Nice airport, the second largest in France, you can travel by bus along the entire coast to resorts like Juan-les-Pins and Cannes.