A 4-star stay under the skies of Biarritz
Each of the hotel's 3 floors has a theme inspired by the works of Jules Verne and his Voyages Extraordinaires, whether maritime, geographic or simply unusual.
The 77 rooms of the establishment, as well as the apartment, are all dedicated to a particular work, a character, or a friend of the writer.
An original watercolour by Jean Aubertin revisits the chosen theme, and a text by Hélène Montjean gives the guest who wants to know more a selection of facts, as well as quotes from the author.
A Jules Verne novel is placed on the night table to invite guests to dream and read.
The decor of the rooms - designed by Aleth Prime - evokes the Vernian universe. The headboards pay tribute to the lavishly illustrated Verne editions of the publisher Hetzel with the hydrogen balloon of Five Weeks in a Balloon alongside the Albatross of Robur the Conqueror and its multiple propellers hovering above a terrestrial globe.
The writer's signature is inscribed on the bed set and the bathroom window decoration depicts Robur's flying craft rising into the air.
The porthole-like bathroom mirror is a tip of the sailor’s cap to the Nautilus from Twenty Thousand Leagues Under the Sea.
Express check-out available on request
Want to arrive earlier? Or leave later? Please don't hesitate to ask us.
⛔ All hotel rooms are non-smoking