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Early Flight - Hotel near airport?

Sydney, Australia
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Early Flight - Hotel near airport?

As we have an early flight out of Nice, I would like a hotel near the airport - any suggestions of a "nice" one. Thank you LS

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1. Re: Early Flight - Hotel near airport?

Greetings LS,

I surely would recommend the Novotel Aeroport Hotel, which has great facilities, and is about 500m from the airport. Clean rooms, and all that you'd need for your conveniences. Enjoy!

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2. Re: Early Flight - Hotel near airport?

Thank you for that info..... yes we are looking forward to our holiday.... only a couple of days in Nice, but have a lot to fit into our month in Europe/UK. LS

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3. Re: Early Flight - Hotel near airport?

Novotel is full - our stopover coincides with the Grand Prix apparently - any other suggestions? LS

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