Hotel du Palais was the former imperial residence of Napoleon III and Empress Eugenia de Montigo. Today, its rooms and halls elicit happiness from discerning travelers.
The majestic facade of Hotel du Palais Biarritz welcomes international guests to their timeless room and suites. Unique furnishings, rare paintings in gilded frames, canopied beds, and refined tapestries afford a historic charm to this grand property built by Napoleon. To the delight of art enthusiasts, each room is a vision of Second Empire style. You will be able to see the sandy beach from most of the rooms—the sound of the gentle waves is your morning soundtrack.
If water is what you are in search of, there are also the indoor and outdoor swimming pools to consider. Opt for an al fresco swim or catch some rays on your own sun lounger.
Dine at the three restaurants at Hotel du Palais Biarritz where the chef prepares local Basque country products, creating culinary trends. On Le Jardin De L’Ocean’s water-facing terrace, order from a light menu of fish, refreshing salads, and other warm weather treats. For desert: a grapefruit sorbet with vanilla whipped cream. Visit the Museum of Chocolate, ending your tour with a decadent cup of hot cocoa. More sweet treats are to be found at a local patisserie. Its glass displays are filled with fruity tarts and pretty macarons.
Hotel du Palais Biarritz is enviably located within walking distance of the city center and is positioned on the stunning Atlantic coast. Discover Biarritz, a seaside resort city with elegant Art Deco and Belle Epoque architecture. Because of its proximity to Spain, you will find not only fresh baguettes, but also tapas in town.
Go for a waterfront walk in a stylish pair of shoes bought in one of the many boutiques. This corner of France is a raw and wind-whipped rugged coastline with fresh sea air. The Basque region of France is an area less frequented with a strong and fascinating identity to be explored for guests staying at Hotel du Palais.Request Information