Party Earth Review Tiki huts, palm trees, and lots of bamboo combine to create a tropical paradise at Pam Pam Rhumerie, where fruity drinks are served in funky glasses and occasionally set on fire. The Polynesian palace décor features wooden mosaics of the tropics and exotic plants in every corner, as well as low couches in a colorful wild ... read full review of Pam Pam Rhumerie
Party Earth Review Located just across the street from the train station, The Station Tavern is an ordinary English pub with some extraordinary specials. This casual pub forgoes extravagance in favor of affordable cocktails and snacks, making it a great hangout spot for its sports-oriented clientele and a good option for pre-club drinks ... more
Party Earth Review Patrons will have to walk down the stairway to heaven at Le Rêve Plage, a truly dreamy private beach and bar decked out in strikingly white tables, chairs, floors, and furnishings. By day, a pampered and bronzed crowd fills the luxurious white beach chairs to enjoy a meal right on the sand or to sip cocktails and peer ... more
Party Earth Review Located under a large staircase across from the beach, L’Escalier’s easygoing, dive-bar vibe attracts a slightly gritty clientele looking for late-night fun. The bar’s street level area offers a few scattered tables and a large projection TV for watching sports, while the more spacious downstairs area features some small ... more
Party Earth Review For the wildest party scene in Nice, it’s hard to beat Wayne’s, a neighborhood bar that is always packed with an international crowd of locals, travelers, and English speakers looking to let their hair down. Although the terrace is a prime location for grabbing a drink and mingling in the afternoon, the ... read full review of Wayne's
Party Earth Review An expansive, packed dance floor is the main attraction at Le Village, easily the most popular club in Juan-les-Pins. The well-dressed and rather affluent clientele is already lined up by midnight, waiting to step through the enormous doors and into a night of great music and frenzied dancing. The club prides itself on ... more
Party Earth Review A popular nightspot for locals, Le Ghost is usually packed with a boisterous and fun-loving crowd, all dimly lit by the antique lamps that are the bar’s only source of light. One of the city’s hidden gems, the lounge looks closed from the outside, but guests need only ring the doorbell to call a bouncer who will usher them ... more
Party Earth Review Patrons looking for a student bar with cheap drinks and a rowdy atmosphere will find it at CheckPoint Pub. A homey upstairs area features the wide main bar, several booths lit by busted-up neon signs, and a wide-screen TV, while the cozier downstairs area is home to a second bar and a small dance floor. Free space is ... more
For those who wish to indulge in some glamorous nightlife, there are plenty of high-end bars and clubs in the French Riviera where exorbitant bottle-service prices, tight door policies, and a crowd made up of models, actors, athletes, and wealthy business people are the norm.
A night spent in a swanky lounge in this gilded paradise can be reminiscent of a fashion show or Hollywood movie premiere, and usually includes moving on to the late-night clubs to dance until dawn.
Besides the club scene, invite-only parties see French Riviera jetsetters living it up at the rooftop bars above five-star hotels or on the decks of formidable yachts docked in the harbor.
Yet more accessible and affordable options exist as well, from the bars and lounges in Nice with their international flair to the casual but animated pubs in Antibes, it’s usually easy to find a spirited party taking place in a variety of settings. No matter which bars and clubs, lounges, or pubs people find themselves in, after last call it’s not uncommon for everyone to continue the festivities on the beach.