Unusual accommodation in Nantes
Le Voyage à Nantes has partnered up with the city’s hotels to create a collection of permanent hotel rooms designed by artists so that even your nights are creative, artistic, and one-of-a-kind! At Le Cambronne hotel, Simon Thiou created Cellule Vitale (“Vital Cell”, 2017) a modular room that guests can arrange as they please. At Okko Hotels, Julien Nédélec designed the project 208 923 heures (2017), a paradoxical world that explores sleep. And, in 2018, Elsa Tomkowiak dreamt up Miranda#F98181 for the Mercure Nantes Centre Grand Hôtel: an immersive experience in a painterly cocoon.
Spend a night on a former bateau-mouche from the 1930s.
"DREAM JUNGLE" by Makiko FURUICHI
Makiko Furuichi redesigned the room in Hôtel Amiral with the same energy and dedication that characterizes her work...
"CHAMBRE 107" by Justin WEILER
Justin Weiler paints as if he were sculpting. Playing with a repertoire of “poor” architectural elements (...
"CELLULE VITALE" by Simon THIOU
For one night, he thus offers the experience of a truly vital space.
"208 923 HOURS" by Julien NÉDÉLEC
In the functional and elegant design that Okko Hôtels are known for, Julien Nédélec has decided to make sleep...