Serviced Accommodation, Aparthotels and Serviced Apartments in Nice

Situ’s selection of serviced apartments in Nice has been selected especially for the corporate traveller. Experience a relaxing home-from-home in our Nice accommodation where guests can enjoy a fully-equipped kitchen, a comfortable bed, and a private and flexible space. Our serviced apartments in Nice are conveniently located and have everything you need for a successful trip.
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About Nice


Nice is more than a popular retreat for the wealthy: visit and discover the new, vibrant and cosmopolitan side of Nice, with its amazing architecture, art and culture, and its beautiful beaches.

About Nice

Why Choose Serviced Apartments in Nice?

A business trip to Nice is an excellent chance to work. Stay with us in our business-class serviced apartments in Nice and enjoy a new level of comfort. Our short-term lets are conveniently located for public transport and all the main points of interest for business visitors.

All our properties are equipped for remote working, including a high-speed internet connection and a working area with enough room for all your gadgets. For facilities such as a gym and on-site restaurants, an aparthotel in Nice may be a good option. However, if you value spacious living areas and a fully-equipped kitchen, a serviced apartment in Nice is likely to be a good choice.


 Where is Nice?

Nice lies on the south-east Mediterranean coast of France, at the foot of the Alps, only 30 kilometres north-west of Cannes. It is one of the eastern-most towns of the French Riviera, a long stretch of seaside resorts between the National Natural Reserve of Camargue and the Duchy of Monaco.

The border with Italy is 30 kilometres to the west via the A8 motorway. Follow the A8 southwest for Cagnes-sur-Mer, Cannes, and Marseille in Provence. Paris is over 900 kilometres to the north. Other large cities around Nice are Lyon, 450 kilometres to the north via the A7, and Montpellier, 320 kilometres to the west.


Invest in Nice

Nice is famous as a holiday destination in the French Riviera, but nowadays it is actively promoting itself as a business destination for conferences and networking. Local authorities have made significant investments into the infrastructure and PR of the city, in the hope of competing with such popular destinations as Frankfurt, Barcelona, Vienna, and London.

Nice hosts hundreds of business events every year and offers everything the business visitor may need, including the country’s second-largest international airport, a newly renovated congress and exhibition centre, and over 180 hotels. Sophia Antipolis technological park is the largest R&D centre for IT, electronics, pharmaceuticals, and biotech industries, and is home to the headquarters of HP, IBM, and Oracle. 

Nice boasts a very favourable climate for ICT and tech companies of all sizes. Businesses here benefit from a strategic location combined with a prosperous digital ecosystem in a sustainable and interconnected city.

The local government is very supportive of startup culture and offers financial support. However, there may be significant paperwork and a complex tax system to navigate. Nice's excellent climate and its motivating environment attract many qualified specialists, but employment costs are relatively high.

Stay in one of Situ’s serviced apartments in Nice and experience a real home-from-home and a stress-free stay in a great location.


Things to Do in Nice

Nice is an international city with a creative and welcoming community, and has been known as a magnet for the wealthy for centuries. However, Nice is also a great centre of arts and culture, and is home to almost as many museums as Paris.

The most famous part of Nice is its bustling Promenade des Anglais, lined with cafés and full of joggers and street musicians. This may be called the city’s true centre, as all transport routes start from here. For great shopping, head for Jean Médecin Avenue and walk though to Place Masséna for its great selection of places to eat.

Next, explore the old town with its narrow streets and antique shops. Valrose Castle and the surrounding park are also worth a visit, or head for Mon-Boronte Hill. Of course there is also a long stretch of coastline in Nice less than one-and-a-half kilometres from the station, as well as the city's historical quarter.

Those who seek peace and quiet usually tend to live in the north of the city or in its suburbs. Real estate prices here are lower and neighbourhoods are quieter. However, you do not have the same convenient access to shops, and you need a car to commute.

The cost of living in Nice may vary significantly depending on your lifestyle choices. If you choose a quiet neighbourhood and do your grocery shopping at Sunday farmers’ markets you can get the benefit of good quality life with a lower price tag.

Culture lovers are spoilt for choice here: theatres are plenty and art museums and galleries are many and varied, from the Archeology Museum to the Matisse Museum (Musée Matisse), and the Chagall Museum.

For shopping, go to neighbouring Cagnes-sur-Mer for large shopping malls. Outdoor lovers will be delighted by hiking tracks and canoeing routes on winding rivers. All outdoor activities from golf to horse riding are readily available. Neighbouring towns are charming and make for a lovely day trip.

Staying at our Nice self-catering holiday accommodation allows you the privacy and the flexibility to make the most of all that the city has to offer. Browse our selection of serviced apartments in Nice and choose one that is right for you.




By Air

Nice Côte d'Azur International Airport is seven kilometres from the city and serves flights from over one hundred European destinations operated by major national airlines and popular low-cost companies. Tram line 2 takes you directly from the airport to the city centre tram stop opposite Centre Commercial-Nicetoile. Change here for the tram line 1 service. Line 2 trams run every 12-15 minutes from Terminals 1 and 2, gates A0 and A2, the journey time is just under 30 minutes.

The tram between the two terminals is free to use. All bus services between Nice and the airport were cancelled in 2019, T2 tram is the only public transport option.

By Rail

The main train station is Nice-Ville, and is on Avenue Thiers within walking distance of the city centre. The other station is Nice-Riquier. Nice is connected to Paris by high-speed TGV trains, the journey takes approximately five-and-a-half hours. Nice to Lyon takes about four-and-a-half hours.

Cities in southern France (Bourdeaux, Toulouse, Marseille, and Montpellier) are serviced by Intercity trains. International trains also run from Nice.

By Bus and Tram

All public transport in Nice is provided by Lignes d’Azur and is covered by the same ticket system. Driving around Nice is challenging and street parking is scarce and expensive, so public transport is a good solution.

Bus and tram routes cover the city with some routes going to nearby towns, including Monaco and Cannes. Most routes run all week from early morning to the late evening, and there are night routes available after 10 pm.

There are three tramlines in addition to the bus routes. T1 connects the north and the south of the city, T2 runs between the Old Port and the airport, and T3 runs between the airport and the stadium. All public transport tickets need to be validated on board, and cannot be bought from the driver.

You can also buy ten journey tickets, a day pass, or a weekly pass for all public transport in Nice, including the T2 tram.

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