"Second stay and always pleasant."
Reviewed by a Hotels.com guest on Feb 16, 2013
This is my second time staying at this hotel. Both times have been very pleasant. The staff is very friendly and helpful. The breakfast is great. The location is quiet but no more than a five minute walk from Juan Les Pins shopping and restaurant area. It is an old style French hotel but the rooms I have been in have been very comfortable and clean.
"Residence Olympe in Antibes - in new part of town"
Reviewed by Faustino S of "Buenos Aires, Argentina" on
Jul 24, 2011
The Residence is an average condo (3 stars) with all you need. If bedroom is just enoug, you get a sitting area and a terrace or balcony to expand it. The parking place is good also and not expensive at all.
It is very close to the autoroute though it is in an area with quite an amount of new construction. However, it is not noisy.
I think it is a very good raport quality/price. what you book is exactly what you get, there is no mendacity in the hotels com page. If you wanted a 1,200 sq ft appartment, then find it somewhere else!
There is good public tranportation if you do not want to use your car, however there is plenty of parking place near the historic areas, where you can leave your car and then walk. these parkings are very conveniet and unexpensive or free. There is nothing like the Cote d'Azur malgré its popularity!
"Just what we needed"
Reviewed by Micah C of "Brooklyn, NY" on
May 3, 2011
While driving across south of France from Italy, Antibes is a quiet respite and affordable option to the more noteworthy cities of Cannes, Nice, or Monaco. Villa Nina was beachy, sparse, simple, comfy, affordable. For a night, a no-brainer. Beach-walk, short distance to a few good restaurants to unwind the "highway-head".