Like many other Nice hotels, the establishment was transformed into apartments in 1941 by Victor-Joseph Saglia and the architect Louis Milon de Peillon.
The superb Belle Époque facades were restored around 2010 under the direction of architect Gilles Gauvain.
Spacious 4/5 Rooms of 192m2 with a terrace of 60 m2 located in the noble part of the building is composed as follows:
majestic entrance gallery with marble floors, double living room of 46 m2 with period moldings and fireplace opening onto the large sunny terrace facing south, overlooking the fenced and listed park of 10 hectares; a room of about 20 m2 that can serve as a bedroom, office or separate dining room, a large kitchen
luxuriously equipped separate and a guest toilet with its hand basin; on the other hand, in the central axis, the sleeping areas consist of 2 large air-conditioned en-suite bedrooms with their own bathrooms and walk-in closets with parquet floors; in the hallways leading to the various spaces there are numerous wardrobes, cupboards and shoe storage.
This emblematic building steeped in history also has two outdoor spaces per apartment in the park and a concierge.
magnificent Bourgeois apartment with terrace
06000 Nice , France
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