The key element for me whan choosing a hotel isn't the quality of the bedding, the size of the bath or the view from the bar. These are all important, but not as important as the smile on the face of the receptionist. If the he or she is smiling then, as a rule of thumb, everyone else is, too. (And I don't mind much if it's a "corporate" smile, for that can easily lead to the real thing.) You are, in short, in a happy and helpful place. I'll forgive a lot for a friendly word, a rapidly rectified error or freely given good advice. With these chosen Nice hotels, however, you don't have to forgive anything for, as well as offering the requisite smiles, they're also the best I've found in their categories. If you have other ideas, it would be good to hear from you.
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