Nice’s main attractions can all be reached from the <a href='https://www.travelrepublic.co.uk/1-56680-1-0/hotels-in-promenade-des-anglais' title='Promenade des Anglais' target='_blank'>Promenade des Anglais</a>, so choosing from hotels in the New Town is a good bet. Look out for the Musée Masséna – a museum dedicated to the history of the riviera, the Promenade du Paillon – a beautiful green space with water features and gardens, and <em>La Chaise</em>, a blue chair sculpture that’s become the symbol of Nice.Couples might like to go for a hotel in the Old Town to be close to the Marché aux Fleurs Cours Saleya. This flower market dates back to 1897 and is a great place to gently wander, taking in the scent of blooms, as well as those of the herbs and spices for sale and the freshly baked pastries and bread.Art lovers can delight in the city’s gallery offerings, choosing hotels in Nice close to the Musée d’art moderne et d’art contemporain. Go here to see pieces from the 1950s onwards, including pop art by Warhol and Lichtenstein. A 35-minute walk takes visitors to the Musée Matisse where you can discover Fauvism work by Nice’s favourite artistic son.Family holidays can be made sunnier by picking hotels in the Seafront district. Its postcard views are stunning in real life, as seen from La Réserve – a small but perfectly formed beach where you can watch local teens somersaulting into the water from an old diving board (even though it’s actually not allowed). Coco Beach, five minutes’ walk from La Réserve, is rockier and perfect for a picnic.