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Louvre Hotels Group Opens Two Hotels in 'Le Belaro´a', an Architectural Complex in the Heart of Montpellier

Guestroom at the Louvre Hotels Group hoyel in Montpellier
Louvre Hotels Group Opens Two Hotels in Montpellier

Louvre Hotels Group

Louvre Hotels Group pursues its development strategy focusing on dynamic localities, choosing Montpellier and specifically the new 9000 m2 urban architectural complex, Le Belaroïa, designed by French architect Manuelle Gautrand.

The two new hotels - Campanile and Golden Tulip - have just opened at the heart of this new emblem of the new Saint-Roch neighbourhood, ideally located in downtown Montpellier. The first occupies 6 floors and covers 2043 m² while the second occupies 9 floors and 4357 m². Both enjoy an exceptional view of the sea and city centre rooftops. This hotel venue is designed to be a unique crossroads for Le Belaroïa users and travellers, rounding out the experience with a fitness centre and business traveller area. On the uppermost stories of this impressive structure, 12 private apartments offer a panoramic view of the city.This concept meets the needs of a contemporary clientele on the lookout for new experiences and atypical hotels during their business or leisure travels.

Stepping up to fit into its new environment, the Golden Tulip Montpellier Beloroïa hotel is a hybrid venue offering stimulating work and leisure areas. The 102 rooms designed by the famous interior architect from Grenoble Philippe Avanzi offer optimal comfort in a warm and intimate ambiance with breathtaking views. An area dedicated to business travellers completes the experience, providing all the equipment and services you need to get your job done. Clients also have access to a leisure area. The bistro-style restaurant, “Chez Delagare”, and its chef Thierry Alix, propose a menu featuring Mediterranean flavours and local products.

The Campanile Montpellier Centre – Gare Saint-Roch hotel has 80 rooms and offers open, modern spaces that can adapt to any experience. Common areas are designed for comfort and conviviality around a central bar, the hotel’s focal point. Lounge seating and co-working areas invite clients to stop by and enjoy the hotel’s unique ambiance.

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