Built in 1912, overlooking the famous Bay of Angels, and classified a National Historic Monument in 1974, the Hotel Negresco is one of the few remaining privately owned palaces still existing in the world.Jeanne Augier, owner and chairman, has created a unique living museum. Her desire to share her passion for art with her clients. Throughout the hotel,epic periods in the history of France are represented, from the renaissance tothe 3rd Millenium.145 guestrooms and 24 suites individually furnished.


The perfect combination of historic and contemporary is Negresco's trademark. Equipped and personalized with exceptional period furniture, each one of the 96 rooms and 21 suites draws its inspiration from the most remarkable French art periods. From Louis XIII style to modern art, five centuries of history are represented. Every room and suite is equipped with LCD TV and wifi access.

Deluxe Sea View rooms
With soft colors, silk or velvet hangings, the ''Deluxe Sea View'' rooms are richly decorated. Some say they are the quintessence of ''French taste''. Negresco ''Deluxe Sea View'' rooms will charm you with their feeling of comfort and the beautiful view they offer of the Baie des Anges.

Deluxe rooms
The ''Deluxe'' rooms are the perfect example of ''Palace'' rooms. They offer what is most important today, space and quietness. They all have a salon area and are luxuriously equipped with a mixture of contemporary furniture and collector's pieces unearthed among the antique shops. The ''Deluxe'' rooms look over the interior dome of the Negresco, offering a flow of light in the afternoon.

Exclusive rooms
The ''Exclusive'' rooms perfectly embody the ''Negresco Spirit'' as desired by Madame Augier. In the style of Louis XIV or Marie-Antoinette, baroque or classic, the period furniture takes you on a unique journey through the history of France. The ''Exclusive'' rooms look out on the gardens of the Palais Massena and its century-old palm trees with the sea and the Baie des Anges in the background.

Superior rooms
The ''Superior'' rooms are pretty and cosy and give the unique feeling of living in a beautiful French residence. Overlooking the interior facade, the rooms are very quiet with classic decoration and light throughout the afternoon.


Le Chantecler restaurant
Nice's finest restaurant. Jean-Denis Rieubland, two stars in the Michelin Guide, defines his cuisine and his style as ''inspired by Provence, with the respect of its products and traditions''. He likes transmitting his taste of ''the true'' and offers

La Rotonde Brasserie
A decor filled with vibrant colors, an 18th century carousel and its wooden horses make La Rotonde a very unexpected place. Dedicated to families, it is a warm and bright restaurant where it is pleasant to linger after a delicious gourmet meal. A simple