adjoining the Musicians' Quarter and the Golden Square
An art deco building
Honoré Aubert (1885-1974)
to which we owe three buildings of the street Rossini, with the 4, 6 and 8. Graduate of the National School of Decorative Arts of Paris, the architect Honoré Aubert settles in Nice in 1919. Inventor of a style "Art Deco niçois "- where facades mix stone opus and colored concrete, Honoré Aubert quickly became one of the most prolific architects of this period.
Very well situated
You will find at the bottom of the building bakeries, grocery, chemist, park with kids games, car park, train station, tramway, mall like "Nice Etoile", restaurants and also tourist places at 10 minutes by walk like Promenade des Anglais with the sea, old city and the castle hill...
A spacious apartment of 70 meter square
Equiped for a maximum of six adults you will find all the confort and equipment needed for being like home.
Very easy to come to
airport is only at 15 minutes by cab, train station is at only 7 minutes by walk and you will find two different car park in front of the building.