Apartment Bis Avenue Michel-Ange Nice
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Apartment Bis Avenue Michel-Ange Nice is an apartment located in Nice, 1 km from the beach. The apartment can accommodate up to 4 persons.
The apartment will provide you with a TV and a terrace. There is a fully equipped kitchen with a microwave and a dishwasher. Private bathroom also comes with a shower. The property offers a washing machine.
Shops and restaurants are within 100 m from the property. This property is in 7 km from Nice Côte d'Azur Airport.
Please note that the security deposit needs to be paid with credit card. Please note that the full amount of the reservation is due before arrival. Interhome will send a confirmation with detailed payment information. After full payment is taken, the property's details, including the address and where to collect keys, will be emailed to you. A security deposit of EUR 300 is required upon arrival for incidentals. This deposit is fully refundable upon check-out and subject to a damage inspection of the accommodation.
Apartment Bis Avenue Michel-Ange Nice is a self-catering accommodation located in Nice. The property is 900 metres from Nice-Ville Train Station and 1.2 km from Stade du Ray.
Accommodation will provide you with a TV, air conditioning and a balcony. There is a full kitchen with a dishwasher and an oven. Private bathrooms also come with a shower.
If you feel like visiting the surroundings, check out Promenade du Paillon (1.9 km) and Nice Opéra (2.1 km).Nice Côte d'Azur Airport is located 7 km away.
Services & facilities
- Family rooms
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