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What you should know about Massena Square

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The travel experts at Hotels.com will be delighted to match you up with the perfect place to stay in the Massena Square region of Nice. Whether you are on honeymoon or taking the kids on holiday on a budget, seeking a tranquil retreat or somewhere with an amazing view, our varied list of hotels around Massena Square, Nice will have plenty to inspire you. Getting just the right accommodation for your trip to Nice is so important, and so it is crucial to be fully informed about all of the accommodation options around Massena Square. So, the team at Hotels.com have accompanied all of our listings of hotels around Massena Square, Nice with photographs. We also show you reviews of each hotel, written by other Hotels.com users who have stayed there in the past, so that you can get a sneak preview of what your experience as a guest there will be like. The largest square in all of Old Nice, Massena Square is something of a meeting point for tourists and locals alike, and there is always plenty to do here.

What's Massena Square like?

Massena Square is a grand old square situated in Old Nice (or 'Vieux Nice' as it is called by the locals). Here you will find plenty of lovely cafes where you can enjoy a coffee in the open air, as well as some brilliant restaurants and boutiques. Make sure to take a close look at the Fontain du Soleil, the magnificent fountain in the center of Massena Square. Massena Square is also beside the Nice Opera House (Opera du Nice), where you can catch a show, and the elegant Jardin Albert I, which is also a wonderful place to visit. The nearby Cathedral of Sainte Reparate, meanwhile, is a gorgeous edifice, as are the red-fronted Neoclassical buildings that line the Square itself.

How to get along with locals in Massena Square

Follow French etiquette when you visit the cafes in Massena Square and be sure to call your waiter or waitress 'Monsieur' or 'Madame'. Though foreigners sometimes think it appropriate to call the waiter 'garcon', it is not the done thing here. Learning a few French phrases will also help you along when you visit Massena Square. And, why not try some 'Bellet' wine, which is native to the Nice region? Here at Hotels.com, we are experts in the cuisine, culture and attractions of Massena Square, and we used our knowledge to find you the best hotels around Massena Square, Nice to choose from, so why not book one of them right now?

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