MGallery, hotels steeped in history
A style, an elegance, a history! The MGallery by Sofitel hotel collection brings together establishments that are rooted in the national heritage. Many of them were home to famous people, and today, with their design and services, they represent a bridge between the past and the present. Eight of them reveal their unique signature.
Hotel Les Cures Marines in Trouville-sur-Mer :
in the tradition of the palaces of the early 20th century
In the heart of Trouville, overlooking the long sandy beach, the hotel is housed in the right wing of the casino built in 1912. The result of an important restoration, the building highlights the harmonious proportions of its neo-classical style.
A timeless softness and light that attracted many artists in the 19th century.e century: Monet, Corot, Flaubert, Maupassant...
5 Terres Hotel & Spa in Barr :
the meeting of classicism and modernity
Located on the Alsatian Wine Route, the hotel revives a building of the XVIIe century. After having hosted the municipal administration, it was in the XXe century occupied by a brewery and then a restaurant. In 2017, it was transformed into a luxury hotel. Its restoration transcends time: contemporary elements reveal the ancient works, subtle chromatic games animate the raw materials.
Hotel de la Cité in Carcassonne :
on the steps of Viollet-le-Duc
Ideally located in the heart of the medieval citadel, restored in the 19th century by Viollet-le-Duc, the hotel invites you to a unique encounter with history. In the neo-gothic style, which combines medieval and classical forms, the building combines comfort and the art of entertaining. A gastronomic restaurant and a shaded park prolong the sweetness of this immersion in history.
Hotel Molitor in Paris:
an artistic heritage always in motion
Molitor is a mythical location. In 1929, it hosted the most popular swimming pool in Paris for its avant-garde atmosphere. Closed in the 80s, the establishment was taken over by graffiti artists before being transformed into a hotel in 2008. Faithful to the Art Deco spirit, the renovated building is a real eye-catcher. Art has not left the premises, whether in the entrance or in the blue cabins of the winter pool.
Hotel la Cour du Corbeau in Strasbourg :
the imprint of time clearly visible
In the heart of a neighborhood that is constantly reinventing itself, the hotel opened its doors in 2009. Nestled in a building from the XVIe The building is one of the most beautiful architectural ensembles of the Renaissance, whose renovation has preserved its cachet, such as the carved wooden balusters... The establishment was very famous and welcomed famous travelers, including the Marshal of Turenne in 1647.
Hotel Julius Caesar in Arles:
from Antiquity to the present day
Located in the center of Arles, the hotel, completely renovated in 2014 by the great master of fashion Christian Lacroix, offers a real journey into the past. Busts of Julius Caesar and Venus welcome travelers while the writing on the room numbers recalls the 17th-century Carmelite convent, the building's original vocation. Old stones rub shoulders with modern materials and the play of light reveals the touches of color added sparingly.
Grand Hotel La Cloche in Dijon:
a prestigious establishment since the beginning
A popular Burgundian stopover, the hotel is close to the Dukes' Palace. Since its restoration project completed in 2016, it has asserted itself as a place of culture and well-being. Its history goes back to 1424 when the hostellerie de la Cloche was a street corner. It became in the XIXe In the 19th century, the hotel was a haven of peace for crowned heads and artists, and narrowly escaped destruction in the 1970s. An inseparable part of Dijon, the hotel offers a French art of living.
Grand Hôtel de Cabourg :
the revisited charm of the Belle Époque
Forming since the XIXe The Grand Hotel, which was built in the 19th century, along with the casino that it adjoins, is the central point of the resort and has a seductive atmosphere. Rebuilt around 1908, it was regularly visited by Marcel Proust who evoked it in In search of lost time. With its splendid hall, its chandeliers, its large bay windows and its high ceiling, it is one of the best preserved seaside complexes of the Belle Époque. Its facades and roofs are listed as historical monuments.