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Since 2019, Hyatt Regency Nice Palais de la Méditerranée provides its guests with high-end electric scooters to rent.
Combining comfort and security, the experience allows to discover Nice and the French Riviera from a new angle, by taking the many bike paths around.
An innovative experience that fits perfectly into the hotel’s approach to protecting the environment.
The French Mediterranean city of Nice was recently added to the UNESCO’s World Heritage Site list, under the label of ‘Winter Resort Town of the Riviera’.
Ideally located between the sea and the mountains, "Nice the Beautiful" is here awarded for its steeped in history architecture and unique landscapes.
The safety and wellbeing of our guests is always a top priority.
Our team can help you arrange for off-site COVID-19 testing, on request, before the end of your stay.
For more information please contact Hyatt Regency Nice Palais de la Méditerranée at +33 4 93 27 12 34.
Take part to the second 1920s immersive murder-mystery organised by Ariodante Travel on Sunday 17th May onboard the iconic, Grade 1 listed, Orient Express train. Guests will travel from Paris to Nice on the French Riviera for an unforgettable experience that will appeal to fans of Agatha Christie and those seeking a truly luxurious and unique travel experience.
Based on Agatha Christie’s novel, Mystery of the Blue Train, guests will be transported back in time, looking the part themselves donning 1920s costumes, on an unforgettable adventure across France. With its polished wood, sumptuous upholstery, antique fixtures and luxurious masterpieces by René Prou and René Lalique, the Orient Express epitomises the glamour and elegance of the 1920s. This unique experience onboard this rarely used historic train lets guests follow in the footsteps of Charlie Chaplin, Coco Chanel, Winston Churchill and F. Scott Fitzgerald, who were amongst its passengers.
The mystery will start at Le Train Bleu restaurant at Gare de Lyon in Paris where the rules of the game will be explained. From there the group will be taken to the Orient Express where the train will depart for Nice. Onboard, guests will step into Poirot’s shoes and solve the mystery of the Blue Train before they reach their destination in the Côte d’Azur.
As much thought has gone into the menu as the mystery itself. Throughout the day a series of inspired gastronomic experiences from that era will be served including a Burgundian inspired five course lunch with paired wines and a dinner later in the day. To celebrate the revelation of the murderer and solving of the crime guests join together for a champagne reception at the bar accompanied by live jazz. The winner will be awarded an annual Ariodante membership, as well as some secret gifts.
At the end of this unique experience, guests will enjoy their stay at the iconic Hyatt Regency Nice Palais de la Méditerranée.
Hyatt Regency Nice Palais de la Mediterranee is the first and only hotel in Nice to obtain the international Green Globe Certification. This certification rewards the constant commitment of the team in preserving our planet and supporting our local community through many charities. Launched several years ago, this initiative is fully in line with the company’s CSR program, Hyatt Thrive.
Green Globe is an environmental and social certification program specifically for the tourism and hospitality industry. Recognized internationally as the first certification of sustainable development within the industry, the goal is to improve the hotel’s performances on the economic, environmental and social pillars of sustainable development.
With an assessment of several hundred criteria’s defined by Green Globe, Hyatt Regency Nice Palais de la Méditerranée thus confirms its commitment to be a major actor within the city and its community, while being fully aware of the challenges the future generations will face. As an example, the luxury hotel sponsors two hives in the country side of Nice, Gorges of Daluis, hosts many charity events and keeps innovating to improve the quality of service and comfort of its customers and employees regarding sustainable development and reduction of the carbon footprint.
Travel by Air France, created by Air France, and now celebrating its first anniversary, is an online travel guide that provides a large selection of accommodations, restaurants, cultural and art activities, sport and well-being, and events for more than a hundred destinations.
Hyatt Regency Nice Palais de la Méditerranée is extremely happy to be one of the 10 accommodations selected for the city of Nice, among 204 hotels in Nice listed on TripAdvisor. “Seemingly the product of a princely reverie, the Palais de la Méditerranée is regarded by all eyes on the Promenade des Anglais for the magnificence of its Art Deco facade.” begins the review, underlining how memorable is our beautiful historical façade. Described as “historic as it is luxurious”, the hotel is recognized as a privileged place to be for the comfort of its great and spacious rooms, as well as the stunning views immersing guests in a “blue happiness”. Even at night, the serene atmosphere remains with the sound of a pianist playing on the inviting terrace, with a unique view over the sea.
The Nice Tourism Board Office, associated with Nice City and associations from the LGBT community, created a new frame of reference for rules of hospitality and a training program to raise awareness among the tourism professionals on the LGBT expectations.
Nice is the first French city to receive the “Gay comfort” label, created by the IGLTA association (International Gay and Lesbian Travel Association).
As part of the CSR projects and the Green Globe certification obtained for the third consecutive year in 2020 by Hyatt Regency Nice Palais de la Méditerranée, professional equality between women and men, quality of working life and the improvement of working conditions are key priority areas.
As of 1 March 2020, the calculation of our professional equality index between women and men for 2019 is 74 points out of 100, regarding the calculation method answering decree no. 2019-15 of January 8 2019.
Achieving a minimum index of 75 percentage points by the end of the next 3 years is an absolute priority, with the following major areas of progress: reducing the gap in the distribution of individual increases between women and men in order to achieve parity in their number and providing access, where applicable, to more women in the company’s top ten salaries.