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​Stay in our Green Globe hotel

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.

​Hyatt Regency Nice Palais de la Méditerranée ranked by readers of Condé Nast Traveler among the best hotels in France and Monaco (excluding Paris)

Readers of Condé Nast Traveler magazine have spoken. More than 300,000 of them submitted their ratings and thousands of comments to select the best hotels of the world. The publication unveiled the results of its 30th annual Reader’s Choice Awards, which are for the winners the ultimate and most prestigious award in the travel and hospitality industry.

An award that Hyatt Regency Nice Palais de la Méditerranée and its team received with happiness and honor: the emblematic and luxury hotel on the French Riviera with its Art Deco facade classified historical monument, ranked 10th among the best hotels in France and Monaco (excluding Paris).

​Hyatt Regency Nice among the “places to be” by Air France

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.

​Hyatt France ranked Great Place to Work

The “Great Place to Work” institute, present in about 50 countries, publishes every year a list of the best employers. Hyatt is proud to rank 12th in the "Great Place to Work” institute’s 2017 selection for best employers in France.

After several awards in the United States of America, United Arab Emirates, India or Germany, this second recognition for Hyatt France confirms how much our company is dedicated to create a workplace shaped by key values such as respect, solidarity, trust and conviviality.

​Nice Irisée Naturellement – LGBT Label

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).

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