Luxury Hotel French Riviera
Situated in one of the most prestigious addresses in Nice, the Promenade des Anglais, Hyatt Regency Nice Palais de la Méditerranée is perfectly placed for visitors wishing to explore the many charms of Nice, also known as the gateway to the French Riviera.
Overlooking the Bay of Angels and the deep-blue Mediterranean Sea, our luxury hotel is at the heart of the famed Cote d'Azur and only a short distance from the cool majesty of the French Alps. Whether travellers wish to relax in style, keep fit, explore the Cote d'Azur, indulge in the shopping and entertainment delights of Nice, or if they’re visiting for business, Hyatt Regency Nice Palais de la Mediterranee offers unrivalled accommodation and the best location in the city.
- 187 Luxury Rooms & Suites
- Terrace overlooking the Bay of Angels
- City/court and Mediterranean sea views
- Indoor and outdoor pool heated all year round
- Sauna and Turkish bath
- Concierges Clefs d’Or
- In-room Dining (from 05.00 am to midnight)
- Restaurant Lounge Bar “Le 3e” offering Mediterranean and local cuisine
- Hyatt StayFit™ gym equipped with the most modern facilities
- Business & Conference Hotel Facilities
- Free WiFi
- Business Center
- Public parking located under hotel
Map & Directions
The Hyatt Regency Nice Palais de la Méditerranée hotel is one of the most famous hotels in Nice ideally situated on the Promenade des Anglais in the heart of the city.
From the Airport
Our 5 star hotel is located approximately six kilometres (3.5 miles) from Nice International Airport – NCE. Metered taxis are available outside the terminal. Ensure the meter is switched on or agree a fare in advance.
Gare Nice Ville or Nice city centre train station is in Avenue Thiers, just over one kilometre (0.6 miles) from the Mediterranean Sea and the Hyatt Regency Nice Palais de la Méditerranée. Taxis are available from the station to the hotel and the average journey takes ten minutes.
A regular bus route, number 23, is available to the city centre from the airport, terminating at the train station. An airport bus, number 98, directly connects the airport and the city centre stopping near to the hotel. Buses are the recommended mode of transport in the city.
There is a public underground car park at the hotel at a cost of 30 Euros per car per day. There are car parks throughout Nice, mostly short term. As the city is busy and compact and the public transport system is efficient, driving is not recommended.
Our Business Centre offers a wide range of modern amenities, including international computer equipment and a printer. In addition to our meeting and events facilities, guests should find everything they need to take care of business.
Tours of Nice and its surrounds can be arranged here, including helicopter flights over the Baie des Anges, water sports and excursions further afield. The perfume factories of Grasse, skiing in the Alps and day trips to historical St Paul de Vence are popular choices. Closer to the hotel, the concierge can arrange tickets to the theatre and the opera.
Opened to unprecedented acclaim in 1929, Le Palais de la Mediterranee instantly became a showcase of luxury and inter-war celebration. Designed by architects Charles and Marcel Dalmas, its prestigious inauguration included an impressive line-up of celebrities and politicians from France and abroad, all invited as guests of American billionaires Franck and Florence Gould, already famed for the creation of Juan les Pins.
From the unveiling of the art deco façade, the early 20th-century visitors marvelled at the sculpting of Satori, the white marbled lobby, the massive staircase, the stained glass windows, the precious woods and the sparkling crystal chandeliers. Hailed as a gaming palace, the casino rooms enjoyed some of the most stunning views over the Mediterranean through enormous picture windows. A 1,000-seat theatre attracted the greatest names in the world of arts and entertainment, among them Maurice Chevaliers, Jules Romain, Edith Piaf and Josephine Baker.
After the glitz of the roaring 20s and subsequent glamour of the 30s, the grandeur of the palais declined little by little until it eventually closed its doors in April 1978, due to financial difficulties experienced by its then owners. The building was demolished with the exception of the façade, which was a listed monument. Silent for twenty-six years, the iconic emblem of Nice's illustrious heritage was reborn in January 2004, following a multi-million Euro restoration overseen by Concorde Hotels & Resorts. The newly opened Palais de la Mediterranee offers 188 rooms, a luxurious solarium with indoor and outdoor pools and panoramic views, conferencing and banqueting facilities, an auditorium, the restored art deco casino and the latest in fitness and business equipment. Its 21st-century re-opening has once again elevated it to its former glory and legendary status.
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Check-in Time: 3:00 p.m.
Check-out Time: 12:00 p.m.