Built in 1912 for Romanian innkeeper Henri Negresco. Don’t miss the magnificent facade.
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...
The beautiful Musée Masséna, housed in a marvellous Italianate neoclassical villa (1898), retraces Nice and the Riviera's history from...
Nondubbed films, with French subtitles.
La Cave de l'Origine
This sleek new wine bar–restaurant has as much substance as style. As you would expect from a wine emporium, there is a great selection...
Lonely Planet review
In a sumptuous pink Regency dining room, the Negresco's two-Michelin-starred restaurant, run by locally trained chef Jean-Denis Rieubland, is no ordinary place. Ensure you're in a grand mood if you're going to splash out: every dish is an exquisite creation, both in cuisine and presentation, and there is a seemingly endless succession of appetisers, palate cleansers and petits fours.
All of this comes complete with the expertise of an exceptional sommelier, who will happily match every course with a wine or recommend a bottle for your meal. Service is truly stellar and you'll finish your evening feeling like royalty.