Welcome to the heart of the city
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A few steps from the sea
Best rates are on our website !
Best rates are on our website !


New look at the Busby Hotel! Located in the heart of Nice, the Busby offers 78 spacious, practical and comfortable rooms.

This building built at the end of the 19th century offers a family atmosphere, retro, which plunges its host in an atmosphere that is both outdated and modern.

Living room, front desk and breakfast room, are spacious and elegant. They can also be used for meetings, congresses, seminars.

Busby Hotel is close to the airport, the port and the Promenade des Anglais, the beaches, the museums and the old town… But also restaurants, bars, trendy places of Nice.

A friendly staff will listen to your requests. For a long experience in Nice, they will be able to advise you about activities, entertainments, and excursions around the city.

A committed team will make your stay as enjoyable as possible.

Are you ready to discover all the region ??!!!

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Everything began then during the Belle Epoque during the tourist boom of the Côte d’Azur. British families were numerous in the region, and brought wealth and fame.

By 1820 the city of Nice already counted more than a hundred. Sir Busby, a British citizen of his state, was keen to promote the city and wanted to offer his compatriots a place where they could come to vacation.

This is how the Busby Hotel opened its doors in 1905. A few years later, in 1930, he was taken over by a family of hoteliers, the Tronconi family.

The third generation is now in charge of the hotel in order to perpetuate the family tradition of hospitality by giving back a breath of fresh air at the hotel, bringing a touch of freshness and modernism.

Mr. Eric Tronconi is the current manager of the hotel. Descendant of a family of hoteliers from Nice, director Atlantic in Nice for several years, Eric Tronconi, during seven managed and the palace, the most exclusive of Saint-Barthélémy: The Carl Gustaf.

Nice at the Belle Epoque, late nineteenth early twentieth century, the Busby Hotel is a place where rich families rub shoulders mainly during the winter months.
The Tronconi family in November 1958. Downstairs, mother Angèle and her husband Joseph, and on the top left, their younger brother Jean-Pierre, their daughter Marie-Laure, their son Oscar and their elder Alain.

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