Ratings based on 7 Verified Reviews
They paid and stayed. We double-checked.
3.4 Room cleanliness
3.7 Service & staff
2.4 Room comfort
3.3 Hotel condition
They paid and stayed.
Recommendedby A verified traveller
Posted 21/07/2012 on Hotels.com
Great owner/staff, basic accommodation.Posted 28/05/2012 on Hotels.com
The owner and staff were terrific and did all in their power to make our stay enjoyable; however, rooms are small and comforts/appearence basic = one set of towels for two days. Location is next to the coastal railroad but less than a block from the beach. The lobby is comfortable and offers a good collection of books mostly concerning the area. There is no elevator for this three-story property, but staff carried luggage.
for Everyoneby Rubylite from Melbourne Australia
Totally overpricedPosted 25/05/2012
Location: Close to beach where there is not much except not very good restaurants
Very noisy Paper thin walls Totally overpriced Smallest rooms ever, bad smell from toilet No view only noise from train, cars, neighbours, street, etc Breakfast very disappointing Who rated this as 3 stars????
Not Recommendedby A verified traveller
I will never go back.Posted 05/10/2011 on Hotels.com
My husband and I are used to traveling on a budget and for the first time, we were very disappointed with our choice of hotel. The room was small, extremely hot and very old. The AC made it feel like we were next to an airport, but in fact, we were actually right next to train tracks which just added to the noise. The service was very average, if not below. We manifested our dissatisfaction with the room and they made us feel like we were so painful. None of the services or amenities were available because the hotel was not so busy at the time. I would never go back and would not recommend to go there at all.
Not Recommendedby A verified traveller from New York
Charmless neighborhood. Stay somewhere else.Posted 20/05/2011
This hotel was a disappointment. Inside, it has a quirky charm, but the photos make it seem as if it's brighter, bigger and better than it really is. The rooms are small, the bathrooms tiny. It has the amenities of a motel. The only public sitting area is closed most of the day (without warning, the proprietess wordlessly shut off the lights in mid-morning to let us know it was time to go)... But the biggest shock is the location. Other streets in Juan-les-Pin are lovely, palm lined and tropical... not this one. It's industrial. To get to the beach a block away, you pass through a small concrete tunnel under the railroad tracks. To get to the train station you walk 10-15 min (although the owner says it's "less than 5 min") -- not fun at night. Friends told us they loved it though: the downscale unpretentiousness, the shabby chic, even the savvy owner who joked about sex (which we heard and found kind of smarmy). We didn't.
Recommendedby A verified traveller from Brooklyn, NY
Just what we neededPosted 03/05/2011 on Hotels.com
While driving across south of France from Italy, Antibes is a quiet respite and affordable option to the more noteworthy cities of Cannes, Nice, or Monaco. Villa Nina was beachy, sparse, simple, comfy, affordable. For a night, a no-brainer. Beach-walk, short distance to a few good restaurants to unwind the "highway-head".
for Otherby A verified traveller from mississippi
juan le pinPosted 07/07/2010
I found the Hotel Nina to be a nice boutique hotel, a block from the beach and within walking distance from many restaurants. If you can, get a room with a balcony on the beach side. Here you'll have a tiny view of the water looking over the railroad track. Be sure to pick up a small fan to use at night to cover the train noise. The owners are lovely people as is their hotel.