Rooms


The rooms are located on the second floor and offer a magnificent view of the confluence of the Gave with the Adour and the Pyrenees

 ✔ They are accessible via a large stairwell and via an elevator

✔ All rooms have a private bathroom and are equipped with a king-size bed (2m x 2m10)

✔ Free internet access is available throughout the castle

✔ Breakfast is served in one of the lounges on the ground floor and, weather permitting, on the terrace


Prices
The prices include:
✔ per night ✔ per room ✔ including breakfast and tourist tax

We offer different prices:
High season : from 1 April to 31 October and from 15 December to 5 January.
Low season: from 1 November to 14 December and from 6 January to 31 March

Kamer Aurora

Surface: 47m²
Price: € 275 per night - low season € 225

This room, overlooking the river and the Pyrenees, is equipped with original Napoleon III furniture. On the wall is a wall sculpture depicting "Aurora" by Guido Reni.
L'Aurora (The Aurora) is a large Baroque ceiling fresco painted in 1614 by Guido Reni for the Casino adjacent to the Palazzo Pallavicini-Rospigliosi, in Rome. The work is considered Reni's fresco masterpiece.

Room Princesa

Surface: 37m²
Price: € 275 per night - Low season € 225

This room overlooks as well the river, the Pyrenees as the garden and has, in addition to a French 19th century interior, a spacious bathroom with large bathtub.

Room Aida

Surface: 33m²
Price: € 225 per night - low season € 185

This room overlooks as well the river, the Pyrenees as the garden and is decorated with objects from the French Chinoiserie period.

Room Mucha

Surface: 32m²
Price: € 225 - low season € 185

This room overlooks both the river and the Pyrenees and has a "Belle Epoque" - interior. The room has a Jugendstil - wall sculpture based on the work of Alfons Mucha.

Room Flora

Surface: 30m²
Price: € 225 per night - low season € 185

This room, which overlooks both the river and the Pyrenees, is decorated with a beautiful stained-glass window from the “Grand Hotel Et Des Palmes” (Palermo), dating from the Belle Epoque period.