from the old
mirar , to look,
and the Latin word mons
efers to a high point
where one can see
far off in the distance.
Le Miramont Logis Hotel, a hotel and restaurant in Argelès-Gazost, between Lourdes and Gavarnie
Staying at a hotel in the heart of the Pyrenees National Park
This establishment, typical of the 1930s, was built following an architecture competition on behalf of Senator de Rothschild. This family home, now run by Dominique and Pierre Pucheu, and bought in 1963, has a modestly-sized hotel, as well as a restaurant which highlights local produce.
The restaurant, Des Petits Pois Sont Rouges*
The restaurant that pays tribute to the Pyrenees places a spotlight on seafood. *The restaurant's name literally means "Peas are red" but sounds like "Little goldfish" when said quickly in French.
Generous Pyrenean cuisine in the image of its chef, Pierre Pucheu
The Chef asserts his regional roots by cooking tasty local produce such as Pyrenean trout, Bigorre black pork (which has a PDO) and Val d’Azun cheese. A perfect combination of tradition and modernity to titillate your taste buds!
A slightly pop and resolutely modern setting
Whether you’re a guest at the hotel or just passing through town, you’ll enjoy lunch or dinner in the light-filled dining room. The high table (which accommodates up to 10 people) is great for business meals or family celebrations. The terrace overlooking the garden is open on sunny days.
Family ski holidays or business trips in the mountains
All the rooms are designed to provide you with comfort and serenity. The staff’s attentive service will make your stay at Le Miramont Logis Hotel enjoyable. The mountains can be admired in any of the rooms. It’s a great place to rest and get away from it all.
Skiing, hiking, spa treatments, cycling, white water sports – endless possibilities
A ton of mountain activities for the taking! Cyclists will get a kick out of trying to ride up the legendary mountain passes of the Tour de France. Skiers can try a different ski resort every day (Hautacam, Cauterets, Grand Tourmalet, etc.), while water enthusiasts will have to choose between fishing, rafting, canyoning or spa treatments. Not to mention the numerous hikes to be done in the National Park!
Seminars, board of director meetings or private events in an alpine setting
The hotel’s location is conducive to planning your incentive trips. You’ll work in bright rooms overlooking the mountain, before letting off steam during sports or a relaxing activity. Give guests a remarkable and exotic setting during your birthdays, anniversaries, baptisms and private events.