Chez Brigitte Guesthouse is located on the fifth floor (4ème étage to the French) right next to the train tracks that cross the Rue de Jean Medecin. This location places it just around the corner from the train station, perfect for catching an early morning train, and right in the middle of the action. The Rue de Jean Medecin seems to be one of the town's main streets, rather like Nice's equivalent of the Champs Élysées. Restaurants, grocery stores, malls, and movie theaters are all just a very short walk from the hotel front door. Perhaps best of all, to reach the beach, you just need to walk down straight down the Rue de Jean Medecin for about then minutes. Brigitte herself was friendly and helpful, giving me great advice about the nearest attractions and places to get supplies. The room I stayed in was huge for the price. It featured two twin beds and a double bed, allowing up to four people to stay together in one room. The room also featured a wardrobe and a small work desk. The complimentary wireless was plenty fast. The guesthouse has a computer, which I didn't need to use, but may be useful if you ever need to stay there without a computer, or if your computer ceases to function. The guesthouse includes a full kitchen, two common shower rooms, and one common toilet. Some people will be put off by this, but it didn't bother me much. The experience was rather like staying at a friend's house instead of what we might normally think of as a deluxe hotel. Brigitte kept the entire guesthouse fairly clean, and she showed up once per day to clean and arrange things. I think that Chez Brigitte Guesthouse is perfect for anyone looking for a comfortable, convenient place to stay at Nice on a budget. It offers a very homey experience and a great location. The huge rooms make it very easy to divide the already low per-night price many ways, and would be ideal for a small family. If you're heading to Nice, I highly recommend this place!Positiv: Chez Brigittte Guesthouse is perfectly located. Just around the corner from the train station and a ten-minute walk of about ten minutes down the Rue de Jean Medecin ¿ one of the city's main streetrs ¿ to the beach. And the price is great.Negativ: The hotel is on the fifth floor. I'm in pretty good shape, so this didn't bother me. But if you suffer from mobility issues, you'll be taking the small elevator up and down quite a lot.