Quality Hotel Flore Nice Promenade
2, rue Maccarani
Phone: (33) 4 92144020
Fax: (33) 4 92144021
This ultra-trendy club caters to a predominately gay crowd. It is open seven days a week and hosts talented guest DJs. The musical emphasis is on techno and house.
Your experience at the dinner cabaret at the Casino Ruhl will be one you will never forget! You can enjoy a superb show and a delicious meal for prices that won't break the bank. The cabaret is on Friday and Saturday nights and, either beforehand or afterwards, why not visit the casino next door? With such a popular show, it's best to reserve at least a week in advance. For more information, call after 6p.
Le Glam is a gay disco bar. The place is always bustling with powerful music and cheerful people of all ages. The place is trendy and always oozes out a lively vibe. The colorful decor, shining disco lights and thumping beats of the DJ keeps everyone's adrenaline pumping throughout the night. The place houses a full bar which is manned by friendly and funny bartenders. If you wish to drink and dance the night away in Nice, Le Glam is the place to be. More than anything the place has an atmosphere of acceptance, hence irrespective of your sexuality Le Glam will welcome you with open arms. And Irrespective of the time, Le Glam is always interesting.
The Pingala Bar is open throughout the day and offers snacks, lunch and dinner. Dark wood furniture gives a warm feel to the place. A pianist gives company to the diners three days in a week which is quite soothing. Palais de la Mediterranee has a grand wine cellar and a barman who will create a special cocktail for you on request. This bar is an ideal retreat after a day in the city.
Les Coulisses is a good place to have a fun night out in the city and just let your hair down. This club is always bustling with a DJ performance, live concert or karaoke face off. One can also catch a sports broadcast on their TV, or network with friends via their Wi-Fi. The bar stocks a number of drinks, right from beers, wines and cocktails, to champagnes and liquors.
Welcome to Cave Romagnan, where nights come alive with dazzling live jazz performances on Saturdays. You can enjoy the company of books at the library or just admire the contemporary works of local artists that are on display. The ambiance is convivial and it is the perfect place to hangout with your friends over a pint of beer. Check website to find out more.
This Scottish pub features cozy wood paneling and a remarkable centerpiece of a painting consisting of four Scots clad in mini-kilts. It is located in a bustling pedestrian zone in Vieux-Nice, just next to the Place du Palais-de-Justice and the Cours Saleya. In addition to the huge choice of beer (30 brews) and whiskeys, Master Home also has a cyber-café. There are popular theme nights every week, including disco, Scandinavia, cowboys and more. The clientèle is young and trendy, with a healthy representation of ex-pats hailing from the British Isles.
This trendy nightclub is divided into both the High Club as well as Studio 47. The High Club is open to anyone over 20. The club plays hip music and hosts many talented local DJs. Studio 47 is reserved for an over-30s crowd and plays classic 70s and disco favorites. If you're looking for a hot night on the town, this is the place!
Le Ghost is one of the more hip nightspots in Nice. Decked out in black and red, this superb lounge-bar has an intriguing atmosphere, bewitching shadowy corners and well-designed décor. A drink at the bar will cost you around EUR4 with free connection to the Internet thrown in. Unless of course you prefer sipping cocktails ensconced on the large sofas. If you are feeling a bit peckish, you'll be able to get a bite to eat. As for music and dance, live DJs spin jazz, house, trip-hop, and broken beat tunes nightly.
Blue Whales, tucked into one of the narrow streets of Nice's Old Town is a lively local bar and pub. Popular with the local crowd it's known for hosting live local concerts and Dj's, especially on weekends. Open till late it's a nice place to chill with friends over a drink, though conversation might be a bit limited, since it can get quite noisy. Good to check out if you're in the neighborhood, and in the mood for dancing or a drink over a game of pool.
One of the finest spots for Jazz music in the city, Shapko is located in Vieux-Nice. The brainchild of Jazz musician and producer Dmitri Shapko, this venue plays host to live bands every night, and the music genre ranges from Blues and Jazz, to Folk and even Pop. So, if the smooth, honey-dripping tunes of Jazz are your thing, then a visit to Shapko is a must. See the website to know more.
The Blue Boy Enterprise has set the pace of Nice night life for more than 20 years. The atmosphere is electric with a combination of disco and funk and techno or house blend. The club is open seven days a week from 11p until dawn, but arrive early, since there are often lines to get in well before opening time. The gay and straight clientele are equally at ease in this club - savor the latest dance beats and let yourself go.