Beautifully designed in a calm palette of white and gray with touches of light red to diffuse the natural light, every Classic Room serves as a quiet retreat that overlooks the hotel’s private inner courtyard.
The signature Le Méridien bed is piled high with plush pillows and a duvet, dressed in pure white cotton. Crown moulding frames the ceiling, while white shutters on either side of the picture window close to black out the light. A 32-inch flat screen television stands across from the bed—perfect for late night or early morning viewing. Wireless and cable High Speed Internet Access are available for an additional fee.
The adjoining bathroom is appointed in cream and light brown tiles and features a deep bathtub, a tray of luxurious bath amenities and thick white towels stored in a large wicker basket.
From a private balcony, each Deluxe Room features a view of the breathtaking Mediterranean Sea, a view of the sea and the Albert 1st Gardens, or a view of the iconic city of Nice. Deluxe Rooms are decorated in a soft palette of whites, browns and greys—punctuated with touches of deep red and soft purple that artfully subdue the intensity of light throughout the day.
Among the furnishings exclusively designed for the hotel by François Champsaur, the high-backed white sofa adds the illusion of height and space to the sitting area. An Asian-inspired dressing table provides elegant space. A round work table—set on a graphic metal wire base—was designed by Christian Delcourt. Wired and wireless High Speed Internet Access is available for an additional fee.
The signature Le Méridien bed is positioned to offer sweeping views from the very moment you wake up. The oversized headboard is covered in a rich brown fabric that creates a crisp contrast to the pure white cotton bedding. Deep red bedside tables are reminiscent of a hollowed-out drum—dramatic and functional. Small yet high-powered reading lamps are attached to the headboard on either side of the bed. The 32-inch plasma flat screen television—attached to an oak panel on the wall—can be pointed towards the bed or the sitting area. On either side of the picture windows, heavy white cotton curtains allow you to shut out the light completely.
The modern black-and-white bathroom features a deep-soaking bathtub. Amenities include a tray of beauty products, plush cotton robes, and ample thick white towels.
Each Family Room’s large bay window opens out to a private terrace, which allows unique views of the iconic city of Nice with the inspiring Alps in the background. Spanning 22 square metres, the terrace comprises a table, four chairs, and two sun beds.
Family Rooms are decorated in a soft palette of whites, browns and greys—punctuated with touches of deep red and soft purple that artfully subdue the intensity of light throughout the day. Among the furnishings exclusively designed for the hotel by François Champsaur, the high-backed white sofa adds the illusion of height and space to the sitting area. A round work table—set on a graphic metal wire base—was designed by Christian Delcourt. Wired and wireless High Speed Internet Access is available for an additional fee.
Designed to best accommodate your family, each room features two king-size beds. The oversized headboard over each king bed is covered in a rich brown fabric that creates a crisp contrast to the pure white cotton bedding. Deep red bedside tables are reminiscent of a hollowed-out drum—dramatic and functional. Small yet high-powered reading lamps are attached to the headboard on either side of each king bed. The 32-inch flat screen television—attached to an oak panel on the wall—can be pointed towards the beds or the sitting area. On either side of the picture windows, heavy white cotton curtains allow you to shut out the light completely.
The modern black-and-white bathroom features a deep bathtub, a shower, a separate water closet, a bidet, and two mirrors—one vertical and one horizontal. Amenities include a tray of beauty products, plush cotton robes, and ample thick white towels.
Beautifully decorated in a sophisticated palette of neutrals with vibrant touches of red and purple to diffuse the light, each Executive Room offers endless possibilities for enjoyment and relaxation. The artful furnishings, created by interior designer François Champsaur, add to the modern chic of these rooms. Sleek lines, rich fabrics, and exaggerated dimensions create a feeling height and space, while leaving the central focus of the rooms—namely the light-filled views—totally unobstructed.
The glorious private terrace is furnished with wooden deck chairs, recliners, and a table—allowing you to gaze over the mesmerising world of Nice with its formal gardens or the glittering seascape of the Mediterranean while enjoying a delicious morning meal.
An oversized headboard upholstered in dark brown fabric frames the signature Le Méridien bed. Plentiful pillows and a featherweight duvet in crisp white cotton provide blissful comfort, while the white blackout drapes guarantee a restful night’s sleep. Above the deep red bedside tables—fashioned to look like hollowed-out drums—you will find powerful reading lights integrated into the headboard. A 32-inch LCD screen television is attached to an oak wall panel—ingeniously positioned to be viewed from the bed or the sitting area.
The generous black-and-white bathrooms feature a deep-soaking tub. Plentiful toiletries, plush bathrobe and slippers, and thick white towels add to the overall feeling of refined comfort.
Wired and wireless High Speed Internet Access is complimentary for guests staying in Executive Rooms Sea View and in Executive Rooms Garden & Sea View.
Ingeniously reconfigured by interior designer François Champsaur, Junior Suites take full advantage of the glorious light so typical of the Mediterranean region. As you enter the suite, a modern desk and chair stand against a dark oak and glass partition that creates a natural separation from the bedroom without blocking the views or light.
On the other side of the partition, the bedroom and sitting area enjoy full access to the sprawling private terrace. This inviting space extends the living quarters by 22 square metres in a Junior Suite Sea View, and 45 square metres in a Junior Suite Garden & Sea View and a Panoramic Junior Suite Sea View.
Inside, the high-backed white sofa—designed exclusively for the hotel by Champsaur—adds to the feeling of height and space. A graphic striped carpet energises the décor while blending with the suite’s colour theme—dark brown, white, and purple.
Floor-to-ceiling windows allow sun to stream in when open, while the heavy white drapes block out all light for a restful night’s sleep. The signature Le Méridien bed sits against the other side of the partition, its dark brown fabric headboard in crisp contrast to the pure white cotton bedding. Across from the bed, a 32-inch plasma screen television hangs on an oak panel wall—adjustable to be seen from the bed or the sofa. Wired and wireless High Speed Internet Access is complimentary.
The dramatic bathroom—designed in black and white—has been designed to offer a sea view at all times.
A deep-soaking tub sits across from the windows, two square vanities with long mirrors hanging above each, sit on a long black counter that extends out in front of the windows—giving you ample space to spread out.
A separate power rain shower is adjacent to the tub. Luxe amenities include a generous assortment of bath products, an oversized modern make-up mirror, plush bathrobes, and abundant thick white towels.
Generously proportioned, the Mediterranean Suite is divided into a separate bedroom and living room—with attached private balcony—and offers spectacular views of Old Nice, the Baies des Anges, the Promenade des Anglais, and the Albert 1st Gardens. Floor-to-ceiling windows flood the entire suite with glorious light. A beautiful parquet floor flows from room to room—creating a warm undertone to the sophisticated neutral palette. Touches of bold red and rich purple offset the bright intensity of the sun while infusing a vibrant note of colour.
The spacious living room features a modern sofa and an armchair standing around a low-slung wooden coffee table, as well as a contemporary working table and an arched lamp designed by Christian Delcourt. A 42-inch plasma screen television hangs on the wall. Wired and wireless High Speed Internet Access is complimentary.
In the bedroom, the signature king-size Le Méridien bed is framed by a large headboard, upholstered in rich brown fabric and topped by several king-size pillows and a lightweight duvet. Sleek high-power reading lamps are integrated into the headboard, a 42-inch plasma screen television hangs on the opposite wall, and a cordless telephone sits on one of the bedside tables.
The stunning marble bathroom also enjoys spectacular views of the city and the sea, while featuring a deep-soaking tub, a separate walk-in rain shower, plentiful bath products, plush bathrobes and slippers, and thick white towels.
Illuminated by an uninterrupted flood of natural light, the Presidential Suite creates a breathtaking canvas for your visit to Nice. Beautifully decorated with a streamlined modern aesthetic, all three rooms are connected by a sophisticated palette of whites, greys, and browns—interspersed with bright points of red to diffuse the intensity of the light. Long heavy white drapes flank the two walls of windows—blocking the sun completely when drawn.
The spacious living room is furnished with two sophisticated grey suede couches, clustered around a low dark wooden coffee table that also serves as a table for private meetings. A wool carpet in a soft contemporary pattern covers the warm wood flooring. The 42-inch plasma screen television provides state-of-the-art audiovisual entertainment directly across from the sitting area. Wired and wireless High Speed Internet Access is complimentary. The adjacent dining room allows you to host up to six guests for a meal in an intimate setting, surrounded by windows and views of the city and the sea.
A spectacular wraparound terrace is furnished with potted trees, teak deck chairs, recliners, and a table—making it ideal for breakfast outside or a day spent lounging in the sun enjoying the view over the formal Albert 1st Gardens and the Baie des Anges. In the carpeted bedroom, a signature Le Méridien king-size bed sits on a sleek white platform against a dark wall, flanked by deep red bedside tables—reminiscent of hollowed-out drums. Alongside the floor-to-ceiling windows stands a contemporary velvet chaise lounge, upholstered in the same deep red, while the dark wood refreshment centre is panelled on the inside with the same hue. A 42-inch plasma screen television hangs on the wall, adjustable to be seen from the bed.
The beautifully appointed marble bathroom enjoys a deep-soaking tub that faces the windows and a separate walk-in rain forest shower. Plentiful toiletries, plush bathrobes and slippers, and thick white towels round out the extravagant feeling of comfort.