The Palais Boscolo in Nice is an exclusive destination combining past and future.
It was constructed in accordance with the tastes of the most famous hoteliers of the Belle Époque: the well-known architect Charles Dumas interpreted the canons characterizing the Louis XVI style in a graceful manner, and applied them harmoniously to the design of the hotel. The great hall, with marble columns surmounted by a covering of multi-colored glass, leads to a large, finely-decorated dining room. On the other side there is the bar. The ubiquitous fresh flowers in Modern Style vases give the rooms a contemporary touch needed for the ‘bon ton’ type of luxury.
Following important renovation work, the hotel has acquired a new light, uniting the features of a noble building with the bright candor of its rooms. The building has retained the magnificent facade and all of its interior decorations, which have been restored to life by the large-scale restoration work. The common areas and rooms, with a new design stamped on them, are emblematic of refined modernity. The hotel seems to be the right place to stay in nice for demanding guests on account of its sophisticated tastes.