The health and safety of our guests and local hosts is our number one priority.We would like to ensure all our guests that we are preparing your stay with the utmost precaution. For all new bookings taken during the pandemic Stay YNA’s Local Managers will now have 24 hours between check out and the next guests checking in to deep clean your home to our usual high standards. They use protective gloves and masks whilst doing this.
Linen and towels are washed by our professional cleaning facility at 90 degrees which kills bacteria. We have advised that bedroom soft furnishings used to decorate the bed such as throws and pillows to be stored away wherever possible as these cannot be washed inbetween each guest. It is your discretion if you wish to use them.
Our meet and greets are our pride and joy, but under current conditions we offer a contact free check in service, where the keys can be left in a safe place or lock box and our Local Manager can check you in over the phone and guide you around the property and give advice.
If you have any queries please do not hesitate to contact the team on [email protected]
All restaurants, bars and cafes will be re-opening with social distance system in place (1 meter apart). So you can go and eat with the people you come with and up to 10 people at the same table. You will have to be separated by a minimum of a meter to the next table. No standing and serving food and masks to be used when circulating inside and in alleys of restaurants (going to toilet, etc...)
All the beaches, museums, parks are re-opening!
Concerts and shows can start again as long as the event venue is taking the disposition required for a distance in between people. Every cultural event can take place except cinemas for now.
The Opera beach
Did you know? The opera beach is one of the oldest in Nice, since 1889. It is run by the Maiffret family since it opened and has been passed from generation to generation ever since. The beach is located on the famous ‘Promenade des Anglais’ and is aptly named after the ‘Opera de Nice’ house which sits directly behind it. Here, you can also benefit from easy access to Nice’s key attractions and of course the cobbled narrow streets of the old town.
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Check out their Facebook page – https://www.facebook.com/operaplagenice/
Give them a Call –+33 4 93 62 31 52
Address – 30 Quai des États-Unis, 06000 Nice, France
Les bains Deli Bo
The only private beach in Ville franche sur mer! We highly recommend getting booked in advance here. Even on weekdays, the place is always fully booked by loyal customers and those just passing by. You may already know that the owners of this private paradise– Pascale Ciamos and Jeremy Barge also own Deli Bo on rue Bonaparte in Nice – this one too is almost always guaranteed to be fully booked.
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Check out their Facebook page – https://www.facebook.com/lesbainsdelibo/
Give them a Call – +33 4 93 62 99 50
Address – Prom. des Marinières, 06230 Villefranche-sur-Mer, France
Le Plage Keller and its restaurant Le Cesar
Located in Cap d’Antibes is this exclusive beach club perched above the sand with breathaking views of the Mediterranean Sea, in the far distance you will see the summit of the often-snow-capped Alps. The restaurant area is open all year whilst the beach area with sun loungers and deck chairs is only open daily during the spring and summer months. The beach season in the French Riviera often starts in mid-March!
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Give them a Call – +33 4 93 61 33 74
Address – 1035 Chemin de la Garoupe – Cap d’Antibes 06600 Antibes
The French community cannot wait to welcome holiday makers back to the French Riviera. So many businesses are dependent on your custom and welcome the buzz and liveliness holidaymakers bring. However, everyone is nervous about the Covid 19 pandemic and so much effort has been made to isolate for so long that releasing lock down will naturally bring a fear and nervousness about people arriving from outside the region. So, as much as your business is wanted and appreciated we ask you to read our advice on social distancing in the area. Before you go into a shop or pick up a takeaway check the social distance rules the locals are using. Lets work together to ensure the release of lockdown is treated with caution so holidaymakers and locals can ensure a harmonious summer season!