Gastronomic house in the Loire Valley
Fleur de Loire, experience a unique stay in Blois
In the building pictured by Gaston d’Orléans, Henri IV and Marie de Médicis’ son, Fleur de Loire observes the city of Blois sink its roots into the water.
On the left banks of the Loire, this U-shaped former hospice seems to bow to the royal river.
Soon, the two wings of the building will house 44 rooms, including 11 suites, in the heart of a prestigious hotel with a happy soul.
With their windows wide open onto the Loire landscape, the rooms and suites designed as elegant jewel cases and offer a moment of disconnection.
The decoration inspired by the Loire, with its sandbakcs and processions of plants, lets in a sens of tranquility.
While the luxurious materials and contemporary equipment recall the hotel's commitment to comfort, the attentions of the staff mark the experience of a rare benevolence.
On the ground floor, the rooms and suites are quiet and private, while those on the first floor rise up to better contemplate the Loire.
With its fine facilities, contemporary comfort and historic building, Fleur de Loire, a hotel in Blois, promises a suspended stay in the Loire Valley.