Villa Rivoli is a boutique hotel in a former unique Belle Epoque (1890) private house, only a two-minute walk to the beaches. The hotel was built in 1890 by the architect Monsieur Blanchi, born in Nice. He is reknowned for his constructions of the Belle Epoque.
The hotel's 24 rooms are all decorated individually " à la francaise." The rooms are full of light and some offer a small balcony. The majority of the rooms offers a pleasant view of the garden and the very quiet surroundings, which the habitants of Nice call "the musician's quarter."
All rooms are conditioned and offer free wifi, and complimentary tea and coffee facilities in every room. They feature a telephone, automatic wake-up call, flat screen, and bathroom with shower and toilet.