APARTMENT 80,4 m²
All the majestic grandeur plus sea views.
Built between 1906 and 1909, the Majestic Palace in Nice is located at the very beginning of the famous Boulevard Cimieux. An impressive achievement by the architect Jules Fevre, he offered travelers his 400 rooms, designed and built in the purest Art Deco spirit.
It is impressive not only for its size, but also for the two square towers flanking the entrance, which correspond to the ambitions of this palace. Inside, there are woodwork, stucco, iron and marquetry, including in the Art Deco style. Only the lifts are worth visiting.
Today, like all Palace-Hotels in Cimiez, the Majestic Palace Hotel has become a popular residence with large apartments with large spacious rooms, some of which have been perfectly preserved in the spirit of the Belle Époque.
Advantages of real estate
In one of the most beautiful residences in Nice, a stone's throw from the city center, on a high floor, this beautiful 3-room apartment of 80.4 m2 consists of: A beautiful entrance leading to a large living room with open views. Separate kitchen. Two bedrooms, one with access to a balcony with stunning views, shower room with toilet. Numerous warehouses complement this property.
The Cimier district in Nice, France is similar to Parisian Neuilly, London Knightsbridge or New York's Upper East Side, but on the Riviera, with palm trees and sea views.
The green area, which takes its name from the hill on the south side, which it occupies, is decorated with the grandiose Belle Epoque hotels, at a distance of 3.2 km from the riviera is an attractive object surrounded by the main attractions of the city.
Cimier Is an exceptionally rich treasury of Belle Époque architecture that Nice is famous for. The area is a quiet oasis with a few convenience stores and a couple of restaurants, including Côté Sud, which has two tops (on a scale of one to five) from the Gault & Millau restaurant guide. According to Mr. Balkin, the townspeople like the silence. They are located away from the bustle of the city, but conveniently close. The central train station is just a 15-minute walk away. The luxury shops of Place Masséna such as Chanel, Louis Vuitton and Hermès are just seven minutes' drive away.
The center also has renowned restaurants such as Flaveur, which has two Michelin stars; l'Aromate, with one star; or Les Deux Canailles or Passion'elle, each with two caps from Gault & Millau. There are many public schools in Cimiez, from kindergartens to universities. Private schools include Or Torah Hebrew School (elementary to high school), Stanislas (elementary to high school), and Régina Coeli (preschool and elementary). The Valrose campus of the University of Nice Sophia Antipolis and the IUFM College of Education of George V are located in Cimiez.
The wealth of Nice architecture and its diverse multicultural life attracts people from all over the world. Speaking of Nice, one cannot fail to mention such famous landmarks as the Promenade des Anglais on the Mediterranean coast, the harbor and the old town with its famous flower market in the main square, combined with the charming shopping streets that connect with the beautiful Place Massena and its parks. The city is both simple and elegant, which is largely due to the exceptional climate and picturesque landscape. Nice Airport on the Côte d'Azur is easily accessible by all means of transport as it is only 7 km from the city center.