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During your stay, you will be accommodated in a guestroom decorated in the colours of artists and personalities who have distinguished themselves in our beautiful Côte d’Azur, the French Riviera, including the “Matisse Room”, “Chagall Room”, “Niki de Saint Phalle Room”, all brimming with charm, some with a small terrace and romantic view of Old Nice.

4 categories of guestrooms :

  • “Tradition” Rooms for 1-2 guests
  • “Privilege” Rooms for 1, 2 or 3 guests
  • Junior suite for 1-4 guests
  • “Compact-budget” Rooms for 1-2 guests

  • Some rooms are connecting.

    Rooms with double or twin beds on request.

    All rooms are non-smoking.

    Room amenities:

  • Satellite TV
  • Free WiFi in all rooms
  • In-room code-operated safe
  • Mini-bar in some “Privilege” rooms and “Junior suite”
  • Hair-dryer
  • Individual air-conditioning/heating
  • Pillows: in each room: 2 choices of pillow: soft or firm
  • High-quality bedding: mattress with luxury mattress pad - antiallergenic quilts

  • Bedding and rooms are dust-mite and pest protected.

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    • The Vaco bedroom

      The reference here is to Vaco Baissac, contemporary Mauritian painter, who provides us the opportunity to share in the love of the Island of Mauritius with its myriad colours. In his works we can feel the inspiration of the great masters that he knew at some point in his life...
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    • Thee Daudet bedroom

      This room makes reference to Alphonse Daudet, French author (1840-1897) whose most famous work today, “Letters from my Windmill” is a collection of letters whose charm is to depict the scents of Provence and place colourful characters in that setting.
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    • The Pagnol bedroom

      This room refers to Marcel Pagnol, French author and filmmaker, member of the French Academy (1895-1974), who paints us a picture of Provence, the meaning of dialogue and the melancholy childhood memories with “Marius”, “Fanny” “The Baker’s Wife”, “My Father’s Glory”, “My Mother’s Castle”, “Jean de Florette”, “Manon of the Springs”...
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    • The Renoir bedroom

      Here is a room dedicated to Auguste Renoir, one of the most famous French Impressionist painters (1841-1919), who is more interested in painting portraits and female nudes than landscapes.Musée Renoir de Cagnes sur Mer ...
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    • The Le Clezio bedroom

      Here we have a reference to Jean-Marie Gustave Le Clézio, born in Nice in 1940, better known under the signature J.M.G. Le Clézio, a contemporary writer of French and Mauritian nationalities, Nobel Prize for Literature in 2008 ...
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    • The Klein bedroom

      The reference here is Yves Klein (born in Nice in 1928, died in 1962), famous French artist known for his bluecolour known as “International Klein Blue”, which is a deep shade of blue that he personally created. He crafted monochrome paintings of various colours, but with a focus on ultramarine blue ...
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    • The Queen Victoria bedroom

      This room makes reference to Victoria (1819-1901), Queen of the United Kingdom, Great Britain and Ireland, and Empress of India. She reigned for 63 years (1837-1901), by far the longest reign in the history of the United Kingdom ...
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    • The Niki St-Phalle bedroom

      The room refers to the famous visual artist, painter, sculptor and French filmmaker (1930-2002)...

    • The Picasso bedroom

      Here we refer to the Spanish painter and sculptor Pablo Picasso (1881-1973), who spent most of his life in France and was one of the most important artists of the 20th century, both for his technical contributions and his political stands...
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    • The Dufy bedroom

      This room refers to Raoul Dufy (1877-1953), painter, designer, engraver, book illustrator, fabric designer, ceramist, creator of tapestries and furniture, interior decorator and decorator of public spaces and French theatres...
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    • The Bécaud bedroom

      his room is dedicated to Gilbert Becaud, singer, songwriter, pianist and French actor (1927-2001), who originally underwent classical training at the Nice Conservatory of Music. He has left us an image of a thrilling performer in perpetual movement, with his polka-dot tie, and his hand cupped to his ear to be sure to keep in tune...
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    • The Paganini bedroom

      Here we have a reference to Niccolò Paganini, Italian violinist, violist, guitarist and composer (Genoa 1782-Nice 1840), often referred to as the greatest violinist ever known...
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    • The Van Gogh bedroom

      This room refers to the Dutch painter and sketcher, Vincent Van Gogh (1853-1890), who was best known painter in the world in the early 20th century ...
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    • The Matisse bedroom

      Reference here is to the famous French artist, painter, sketcher and sculptor, Henri Matisse (1869-1954).
      Pablo Picasso considered him to be his rival!
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    • The Chagall bedroom

      Reference here is to the famous Russian, naturalised French artist and painter Marc Chagall (1887-1985)...
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    • The Monet bedroom

      Here we refer to the famous French painter, Claude Monet (1840-1926), who was one of the founders of the Impressionist movement...
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    • The Cousteau bedroom

      This room refers to Jacques-Yves Cousteau (1910-1997), nicknamed “Captain Cousteau”, Officer of the French Navy and ocean explorer...
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