Minor Hotels has expanded its portfolio of Anantara Hotels, Resorts & Spas
to the city of Nice, the brand’s first hotel in France.
The Anantara Plaza Nice Hotel, which recently
completed an extensive two-year renovation, is housed in a 19th
century architectural jewel at the entrance to Nice’s Golden
Square, overlooking Jardin Albert 1er and
the world-famous Promenade des Anglais.
175-year old building features 151 rooms including 38
suites, many with sea facing terraces and balconies; a spa with
five treatment rooms, a hammam and a sauna; a 24-hour fitness centre; seminar space
with six meeting rooms and a ballroom; as well as a stylish
rooftop restaurant and bar with a 360-degree panoramic view of the Baie des Anges and Old Nice.
Deluxe Panorama View Room at the Anantara Plaza Nice Hotel
A consortium of designers and architects,
including award-winning David Collins Studio, local architect
Jean-Paul Gomis and TBC Studio, delivered interiors that
blend old-world elegance with contemporary luxuries.
The design honours the neo-classical style of the original hotel, first
opened in 1848, as Nice’s very first luxury hotel, bringing the
heritage building on Nice’s Avenue de Verdun up to date with
The city of Nice was recently classified by UNESCO as a winter resort town of the French
Riviera. Off-property, Anantara Plaza Nice will offer a selection
of bespoke local adventures and off-the-beaten track experiences
to immerse guests in its myriad charms.
Nice offers a vibrant nightlife, local farmers markets, spectacular museums honouring the city’s rich
artistic history, and annual cultural events such as the legendary
Nice Jazz Festival.
Rates at Anantara Plaza Nice Hotel start from
€350.00 for a Deluxe City View room including breakfast for two
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