Menton Hotel Opposite Harbor & Beaches
Ideally situated opposite harbour and beaches, to discover the picturesque town of Menton, Monaco, the French and the Italian Riviera.
These areas above with charming medieval villages and several ski resorts.
There are 19 double bedrooms and a room adapted for disabled persons.
On the ground floor a breakfast room with a bar serving non-alcoholic drinks and snacks, with a small terrace outside the main entrance.
All bedrooms have balconies with views of the sea or the hills behind.
The hotel was built in 1970 and is part of a larger block of apartments.
In excellent condition and was renovated in 2013 by its current owners.
Very easy to run and ideal for a couple with the need for minimum additional staff during the high season between April and October.
FINANCES & BUYING IN FRANCE
*Our London Mortgage Broker currently offers over 20 years rates starting at 1.85% Fixed for the Term.
They work with every top lender in France
**Our Currency Broker will never be beaten on rates – an introduction is worth requesting from us.
ASSISTANCE THROUGHOUT THE BUYING PROCESS AND BEYOND.
The contacts and experience of our local partners are at your disposal every step of the way, and indeed beyond. Our joint aim is to help in every possible way to make the entire process of acquiring your new holiday home, or permanent residence, a pleasant and stress-free
Our local colleague in charge of selling this villa is Mr Jan VERMEIJEN
Menton is the last stop on the French Riviera before the Italian coast, beautiful pastel-coloured houses,
most excellent restaurants and the charming old harbour makes it an attractive choice.
It is a small town with about 30,000 year-round residents, during the high season about 90,000 people live here. Menton is sheltered by the mountains and offers, with its microclimate, the sunniest days on the entire Riviera, here the temperature varies between 5 to 17 degrees in winter, and 18 to 28 degrees in summer. The city annually houses many cultural events and party rallies, including the world-famous Lemon Festival in February-March which attracts around 250,000 visitors from all over the world.
It is not difficult to understand where the nickname "La Perle de la France" comes from.
The proximity to Italy and Monaco, in connection with convenient connections to the airport, makes Menton, just like the rest of the French Riviera, an interesting option for those who want to easily get around Europe. The city also suits you who enjoy the outdoor life, skiing and most hiking trails are within an hour's drive, it is also possible to take the local train to picturesque villages both in Italian and French.
Menton is known for its many beautiful gardens, which were largely built by the English nobility. Among the finest is Val Rahmeh, created in 1905 by Sir Percy Radcliffe and named after his wife. The Fontana Rosa Garden belonged to Spanish writer Vicente Blasco Ibanez and is a tribute to his favourite author; Cervantes, Dickens and Shakespeare. About 80% of Menton's residents are French, the rest are largely other Europeans. In view of its proximity to Italy, other languages are Italian and the locals switch easily between the two.