Hotel Le Lido
Address4 Rue Du Commandant Berretta NiceSee nearby area
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Services & facilities
- Book Exchange
- Free Internet Access
- Free WiFi
- Luggage Storage
Description provided by property
The Lido Hotel is a charming Hotel, ideally located in the center of Nice, just behind the famous Negresco Hotel on the ' Promenade des Anglais', at only a block away from the beach.
!! In 2014 : NEW AIR CONDITIONING !!
In close proximity to the Airport, trains, buses, shops,the Old City and the nightlife, hotel lido is the perfect base for your stay in Nice for Business or Holidays.
Public parking close to the Hotel (100 meters)
Important: note that we don't have a 24 hours reception. For late arrival after 6pm you need to contact the hotel lido to know the access codes
The rooms: All ours rooms are tastefully decorated serviced on a daily basis and equiped for your comfort with:
Mini kitchen and fridge to save on expensive meals in restaurants outside,
Free beach towels and mats
Nice is considered the Capital of French Riviera, making it easy to travel along the coast. Cannes, Antibes, Monaco are only 30 minutes away, so, hotel lido is an ideal base for your stay.
The staff: The owners will help you with practical tourist information about Nice and the French Riviera to make your stay unforgettable.
Please note that the reception is not open 24h/7
Check-in is not possible after 6pm except specific agreement.
Cancellation must be notified to us, at least 96 hours before your scheduled arrival. Beyond, total stay (maximum 2 nights) will be charged.
Regarding the problems we have sometimes with' locked credit card' by guest, we warn you that we may charge 1 night from your card during the 96 hours before you arrival: (the same rules applied to our Cancellation policy)
The on-line price does not include a local tax ('taxe de sejour' paid by all hotels to the local authorities to sustain local tourism) which is 0.50 cents per person per night and is due to be paid upon arrival to the hotel directly.
Interesting places nearby
Built in 1912 for Romanian innkeeper Henri Negresco. Don’t miss the magnificent facade.
The beautiful Musée Masséna, housed in a marvellous Italianate neoclassical villa (1898), retraces Nice and the Riviera’s history from...
Promenade des Anglais
Palm-lined promenade des Anglais, paid for by Nice’s English colony in 1822, is a fine stage for a stroll. It’s particularly atmospheric...
Nondubbed films, with French subtitles.
In a sumptuous pink Regency dining room, the Negresco's two-Michelin-starred restaurant, run by locally trained chef Jean-Denis...