aDLERSHotel in Innsbruck
Contemporary in design, the hotel is located in the center of Pau, on the edge of the Parc Beaumont. Cozy, elegant rooms and suites, a gourmet restaurant, shaded terrace, as well as a personal luminous spa. Whether you choose a city side, a parc side room or a suite, you will be seduced by the flowing space and refined decoration. Very comfortable bed and linens. Very clean and chic bathroom with thirsty towels and bath amenities. You can taste all the pleasures of eating either in the café “Le Grand Prix” or in the gastronomic restaurant “Le Jeu de Paume”. They have a very extensive and interesting wine list. The chef renowned Master Chef, creates his savory, mouth-watering cuisine, highlighting local and regional seasonal products.
The hotel’s residents as well as Pau’s inhabitants, come and discover the universe of Decléor and Carita’s body cares: full body massage for a complete relaxation, warm stone cocooning, facial treatments, hand beauty care …
Heated swimming pool, sauna, Turkish steam bath and jacuzzi on free access between 7 a.m. and 10 p.m. for the hotel residents and by reservation in the Beauty Institute (facial treatment or body care) for external clientele.
Outside car park & Underground garage. Two Tesla connectors and one charging station for others brands!The hotel is a steal for the rates they charge. As a bonus, the park in front of the hotel is part of the fabled Pau street race track, which acquired international fame in the early 1970’s. The first 18-hole golf course in Europe was built here in 1860. In 1908 the Wright brothers arrived in Pau to create the first pilot’s school in the world.
“Pau is a superb town wonderfully laid-out from the Parc Beaumont, through the sensational Boulevard des Pyrenees to the historic Chateau/Castle. The town contains good restaurants, interesting shops and places of interest. It is special to have a coffee on the Boulevard des Pyrenees with clear views (on a clear day) to the chain of the Pyrenees, in which the Pic Midi d’Ossau stands proud. Pau is well-placed with numerous routes to various Pyrenean valleys and peaks. The villages around Pau are well worth visiting. Some are historically significant, with medieval centers. The Basque coast is near. Pau also boasts the oldest golf course in Continental Europe, founded by the British; it can be reached by a landscaped scenic walk from the Chateau with, along the way, views of the Gave (River) de Pau with its rapids and white-water. The surrounding wine areas of Madiran (red wines) to the north-east and Jurancon (white wines) to the south-west also add to the ambiance. Pau, therefore, justifies a visit for any length of time.” TRIPADVISOR
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