A convent in Minimes
It wasn’t even that old: having been inaugurated in 2004, this five-star hotel has already had an important facelift! Several seriously designer touches have also been introduced here and there: the interior courtyard has been recovered by a magnificent wooden structure formerly developed by the partners of the Tour de France and the space is punctuated with warmly coloured armchairs. 7 of the 46 rooms has been entirely revised in colour schemes that vary from one to the next: blue, lavender, taupe, red…the renovation of others is predicted in the coming weeks. As for the restaurant, from the gastronomic le Cloître or the Pesquier bistro, they have all been expanded and reworked in a very different décor. And for those fancy it, may take a table in the large space especially created to bring diners into the kitchen of chef Jérôme Roy. And the cherry on top: the 700m2 Occitaine spa, which has also been redecorated, sporting a palette of yellow, brown and white shades. The five cabins (two of which are doubles) have transformed into genuine cocoons in which dominating wooden features bring a hint of warmth. A hammam and sauna come to complete the offerings of the spa.