The seaside boardwalk of Deauville lies just a few kilometres away from this mythical hotel originally created by the French film director Claude Lelouch. Even though it was transformed and reopened in 2010 by the Floirat Group, this half-timbered marvel has been able to preserve its original spirit. Lovers of the Côte Fleurie will discover four new mansions sprinkled throughout the estate’s gardens. Sea, countryside, art, cinema, polo, golf, literature and fireside - the region’s themes are reflected in the comforting rooms. One of the pavilions houses the ‘1899’ restaurant which, in addition to featuring sweeping views of the splendid park, offers a modern and inventive cuisine mingling flavours from here and elsewhere. Between tanning sessions on the nearby beach, rural walks in the woods and farniente in this cosy and serene cocoon, your stay will be truly Normand!
Owner : FLOIRAT GROUP
- Main building + 5 manors including 1 completely occupied by the gastronomic ’1899’ restaurant
- 22 rooms and 35 suites (TV, VOD, Wi-Fi)
- 1 cinema room (50 people), 2 meeting rooms
- Wellbeing space (body and face treatments)
- Free bike rentals