With pale woods and clashing minimal pattens that are so on trend right now. The mustard and gold tones make the apartment feel cosy and romantic, with the blues and greys keeping it fresh! A cosy sofa that can be made into a sofa bed for an additional person.
You’ll have a relaxing stay in Petit Bouquet. There is a LCD SMART TV with English news channels, internet access and a DVD player and CD player/radio. There is also a selection of DVD’s provided.
The kitchen has contemporary white gloss units, an electric hob, microwave, under the counter fridge-freezer, dishwasher, toaster, kettle and cafetière.
There is a white circular dining table and four stylish chairs to enjoy a cosy meal.
Petit Bouquet has a cute bedroom at the rear of the apartment. A rich velvet headboard with a quality comfortable double bed (190×140) this a relaxing and indulgent place to sleep at night.
The spacious shower room has a gorgeous mosaic tiled walk-in power shower, large vanity sink area and gold finishings. There is a washing machine housed under the vanity unit. The separate WC has a hand wash basin.
Set in the heart of Old Town (Vieux Nice) Petit Bouquet is less than a minutes walk away from the fresh produce of the famous Cours Saleya market. Only 30 seconds beyond this and you can be strolling along the promenade or swimming in the sea. Restaurants, bars and brasseries are in abundance in the Old Town and you don’t have to walk far from Your Nice Apartment to find some great ones.
The tram system in Nice has recently developed and there are now 3 tram lines facilitating travel across the city and meeting up with the many buses. Line 3 (approx. 4:23am to 0:45am) connects the airport to the Alliance Riviera stadium, National Museum of Sport and St Isidore shopping centre. Line 2 (approx. 4:45 am to 1:10 am) connects the airport to many stops along the promenade and then onto the centre of Nice, the Old Town and the port. Line 1 (approx. 4:25 am to 1:25 am) meets line 2 on the main shopping avenue of Jean Médecin and then goes north to Nice Ville train station (Gare Thiers) and on through the market neighbourhood of Liberation, or in the opposite direction passing the Old Town, Place Garibaldi for the Bonaparte neighbourhood and onwards to the exhibition centre and the main hospital, Pasteur. Buy your tickets from machines on platforms before boarding: a one-way ticket costs €1.50 (bus/tram changes included up to 74 mins) or you can buy ten tickets for €10 and other passes. All tickets must be stamped onboard.
There is a car park called SULZER in the old town, between la promenade des anglais, la place Massena and the opera.