Autumn and spring, when the heat of summer has gone, are traditionally times when tourists visit the city of Nice.
When planning your trip to Nice city one consideration that will affect your enjoyment is where you will be staying. When it comes to Nice city the location in the city is a prime factor.
Before looking at different hotels it’s good to ask yourself what are you coming to Nice for?
If it’s to experience the atmosphere of a Medieval European city and to sightsee then a hotel that’s centrally located in the old town is likely to be what you want.
Maybe a relaxing city break to get away from it all is on the agenda. In that case you might want to choose a place away from the hustle and bustle of the city centre.
Those coming for business may want to be accommodated in an area convenient for where they work.
Of course the price is also a major factor in deciding your hotel, yet this shouldn’t really be the only aspect to look at. However having a hotel that fits your budget directly relates to holiday enjoyment.
Nice city has an abundance of hotels amid restaurants and interesting architecture. However which are the most economical or practical?