The spirit of the Miramont permeates this house from the 1930s, now a hotel and restaurant.


The building has elegantly withstood the test of time, its sharp lines and minimalist design retaining all the sobriety and refinement associated with the Art Deco movement.


Today, designer furniture and modern works of art have invested the hotel but by no means steal the limelight from the architecture and interior design that make the place so unique.

Last but not least, the contemporary restaurant, bathed in light and facing the gardens, completes the ensemble.


Feelings of well-being and comfort are strongly accentuated by the omnipresent light, the play on transparent materials, the light colour scheme and the large bay windows looking out over the gardens.

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