Developed in close collaboration with the Ministry in charge of Tourism, the General Directorate of Enterprises and Atout France, the Marina Quality Label is intended to bring people together to better welcome tourists and improve the quality of tourist services in France.
Its objective? To select and federate under the same symbol the quality initiatives undertaken, so as to continually improve the satisfaction of the tourist clientele. A genuine tool of attractiveness and competitiveness tailor-made for the French destination, obtaining the label - for a period of 5 years - requires a high level of requirement which the port of Nice has in turn successfully met. The standards used - comprising 295 criteria - cover almost the entire tourist reception chain.
This new award of the national label for the Port of Nice, whose dossier was validated by the brand commission in February, is a real recognition. First of all, the CCI's long and hard work, but also that of its teams on a daily basis to satisfy customers and visitors to the port of Nice, which has the particularity of being at the same time a commercial port, a marina and a historic district of the city. The approach was carried out over several months by the CCI's port management, its tourism division and the teams at the port of Nice. They committed themselves to criteria such as know-how, interpersonal skills, information technology and communication, respect for the environment and sustainable development, comfort, cleanliness of the installations and the overall quality of the service.
An experienced manager of 5 Côte d'Azur ports (Vieux-Port de Cannes, Vieux-Port de Golfe-Juan, ports Gallice and Vauban in Antibes-Juan-les-Pins, port of Nice), the CCI Nice Côte d'Azur makes economic attractiveness a priority. This is why it is doing its utmost to obtain the Qualité Tourisme - Port de plaisance (Quality Tourism - Marina) brand for its managed facilities.
Managed since 1863 by the Nice Côte d'Azur CCI, formerly a port of national interest and State property, the port of Nice was transferred to the Alpes-Maritimes County Council in February 2008, then to the Nice Côte d'Azur Metropolis on January 1, 2017 within the framework of the NOTRE law
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Article published on 5th march 2021