In Nice, the Promenade des Anglais has a reputation that extends beyond the borders of France and attracts many tourists wishing to own an apartment along this seaside represented on the postcards of the French Riviera.
The buildings located on the Promenade des Anglais enjoy an exceptional and unobstructed panoramic view of the sea with a southern exposure from the Quai des Etats-Unis to the Nice International Airport. The buildings located on the Promenade offer many advantages and proximity to all amenities, from the sea to the city centre and the old town of Nice. It is an animated place at all times of the year thanks to the runners who enjoy the sunrise in the early hours of the day, the pebble stone beaches but also for its events such as the Carnival or the various marathons that take place at the end of the week.
The Promenade begins with the Ruhl Casino, which takes its name from the former hotel that has been replaced by the Hotel du Méridien. If the casino was initially located on the sea side of the Promenade and was called the Promenade Pier, it was stripped and dismantled during the German occupation during the Second World War, which led to the casino being moved to the very grounds of the Meridian.
Then we notice the presence of the Savoy-Palace dating back to 1951 by the architect Aubert, which has a facade composed of a smoothly running balcony that turns and plunges into rue Halévy. At the next corner, we find the Royal-Luxembourg, which is distinguished by the abandonment of concrete railings and spindle balustrades and by the use of glass to protect balconies. The Loggias, located a little further away, also denote the rest of the buildings on Promenade des Anglais by a focus on its railings, which are intended to be worked on in identical patterns from the second to the sixth floor.
Neighbouring the Palais de la Méditerranée, a major Casino hotel on the Promenade des Anglais whose facade has been classified as a historic monument, is the Palais de France, whose facade has the particularity of being advanced to the Palais de la Méditerranée instead of being set back like the neighbouring hotel, which allows this building to benefit from a larger area for its apartments.
If many hotels exist on the continuity of the Promenade, only one of them is really unavoidable, it is the mythical Negresco which was transformed into a war hospital during the First World War and which then regained its prestige by obtaining, in 2009, its fifth star. This hotel is followed by a corner building that shares some architectural points with the renowned hotel such as its pinkish dome because of its construction by the same architect, Edouard-Jean Niermans.
By its history, it is obvious that the acquisition of an apartment along the Promenade des Anglais is a real opportunity and as such, we remain at your disposal to help you seize it.