So'Co by HappyCulture

The Hotel So'Co is ideally located in the city center, in the praised Musicians Area and 250 meters from the Nice Ville central railway station, the hotel welcomes you to Nice and opens the doors of the Cote d'Azur. You will reach the beach and the celebrated Promenade des Anglais within ten minutes through the pedestrian area and its couturier shops. Stroll through the Old Town, with its palaces, baroque churches, countless shops, its world famous flower market and its tiny serpentine alleys. Follow them to end up in the splendid Musée d'Art Moderne et d'Art Contemporain (MAMAC). Climb the Castle Hill to catch breathtaking views of Angle Bay. Back to the Hotel So'Co, don't fail to proceed to the nearby Cathedral St. Nicolas, the largest Russian orthodox building outside Russia, to get a surreal and exotic glimpse of the late 19th and early 20th centuries Russian legacy. Marc Chagall was a long-time Riviera resident. His Biblical Message is housed in the purpose-built museum within walking distance from the hotel. If you feel attracted by the glittering atmosphere of Monaco, the train will carry you there in less than 20 minutes from the nearby station. It will take 30 minutes to reach Cannes by train. The Hotel So'Co offers 50 rooms fully renovated in 2009, with air conditioning, satellite television, refrigerator, hair dryer and double glazing windows. Enjoy your stay. Photo credits: Herve Fabre Photographies.

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  • 24 hr reception
  • Air-con
  • Car park
  • Cot
  • Currency exchange
  • Laundry
  • Lift
  • Safe
  • Wake-up service
  • Wifi
  • Luggage room
  • Soundproof rooms available



Nice, Provence Alpes Cote d Azur, France

Address: 06000, Avenue Thiers, 27, Nice, France

Phone: +33493824949


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382 reviews





Sleep Quality


Good location but noisy

May 2022 | thegilbertros

Booked a 1-night stay through Expedia. Arrived early and was allowed to leave my suitcase at the hotel whilst I went out for the day. Checked in later that night and then allocated my room, which was 103 - opposite a very noisy and old fashioned clunky lift. Room was opposite a main road to the train station as well, so it proved to be quite a noisy location. Would definitely recommend bringing a pair of ear plugs with you! The room was good quality and furnished quite funky and modern. Free bottle of water, which was nice. In a great location, only 5 mins from Nice Ville Train staton and 10 mins to Le Anglais Promenade. Bed was decent quality, pillows nice and soft. Would recommend this budget if you’re looking for something better than the Ibis Styles or Holiday Express.

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Apr 2022 | Eggman06

First the pluses Friendly attentive staff Fabulous location Good breakfast included Now the not so co good no air conditioning in an attic room with the heat of the building rising into it ,the electric window blind stuck half down the internal phone system inoperative If i rented a car and it had no a/c windows stuck halfway down and no radio would i be happy! So unfortunately i wouldn’t choose this hotel again

Worst hotel experience I have ever seen

Apr 2022 | Barbi Z

On our second day, we experienced the nightmare nobody should have gone thru. We got robbed in our room. My colleague was robbed of all the jewellery she had with her on the trip. Not to point with fingers, but since the hotel staff is the one that has 24/7 access to rooms and also regarding the information that they also stole my eye mascara, we suspect it was one of the female employees. When we went with that information to the reception team, they treated us very unprofessional. As an ex hotelier with some experience, I can not comprehend that one could have that behaviour. The first thing any person working in the tourism field would do is, apologize and express some empathy even though they personally may have nothing to do with that matter. ("We are so sorry that that happened to you. Did you check everywhere and are you sure that the jewellery is missing, we will be here for you if you need us in anything")... Instead of this, a lady at reception was all the contrary. She didn't even apologize but first said that the hotel was not responsible for the matter and could not call the police and that we can go to the police station by ourselves if we want (which we also did). When it was time to check out, she just asked us if we went to the police station, and once we return home, we can send an email with pictures of all the missing pieces of jewellery and documentation from our local police station. We are aware that we will not see that jewellery ever again, but one can never know what a person is going thru. That's why some empathy is appreciated at every moment, especially in the hotel industry. Half of that jewellery was from my colleague's grandmother, who is deceased and was the only holding memory she had of her. Have in mind sending your team on education courses on how to handle that kind of situation.

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