Le Méridien Le Méridien stands as testament to a bygone era.
Though shabby on the outside, the interior looks like one of David Lean's Arabian sets, and you half expect Peter O'Toole to stumble in demanding 'bed and sheets for the boy'.
From the strategic points around the city such as the roof-top of the Nice Convention and Visitors Bureau and the Hotel Boscolo Plaza, our webcams embrace the Bay of Angels and the Promenade du Paillon.
Located directly above the main pool, Kuredu's webcam takes you down the memory lane of your holiday, or keeps the images of your forthcoming retreat up-to-date.
The south-facing view takes in the Mount Robert Range in the Nelson Lakes National Park.
Click on the image below to see the time-lapse sequence of images for the day.
Citizen M (M for 'mobile') is a new concept for those who want luxury on the cheap.
A little way out of town – though definitely bikeable – this design hotel is stuffed full of iconic furniture (Eames recliners and the like) but not unnecessary grinning staff.
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This is not surprising when you consider that its Valley Wing alone offers a high level of luxury, personalised service, a minimum of 50sq meters of space and floor-to-ceiling windows (some with stunning panoramic views of the city).
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Located in Kerr Bay, this camera overlooks Lake Rotoiti.
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