March 10, 2015 | DialAFlight
Award-winning ‘Best Exotic Marigold Hotel’ actress Celia Imrie’s debut novel ‘Not Quite Nice’, published today, is a humorous tale of sun, secrets and friendship set in the fictional French town of Bellevue-sur-Mer, near Nice.
Imrie penned most of the sparkling story from her own apartment in Nice and, to celebrate the publication, leading UK tour operator DialAFlight, is offering FOUR NIGHTS FOR THE PRICE OF THREE on a serene short-break to this chic Riviera hot-spot:
Sun-kissed, seductive and sparkling, Nice is the jewel in the crown of the glitzy Côte d’Azur. The landmark Radisson Blu Nice hotel basks in an enviable seafront position on the legendary Promenade des Anglais, moments from its own private beach. Walking among pretty, pastel-coloured buildings, take in the heady scent of the Cours Saleya flower market, awash with yellow mimosa in spring, plus fragrant orange blossom and much more, and then return to the hotel’s rooftop pool for a sunset dip overlooking the glistening Mediterranean Sea.
A four-night stay (including 10% savings) at the Radisson Blu Nice costs from £369 pp (two sharing) including breakfast and BA flights (Heathrow / Gatwick). Valid for departures from 3 to 30 April.
‘Not Quite Nice’ is published by Bloomsbury today (26 February).