Le Grand Hôtel de Tours
Grand Hotel Tours in the 30s
Built in 1927 by the architect Maurice Boille, and the interior decorator Pierre Chareau, the high quality design of the hotel is in keeping with the style of the period.
At the time, the Grand Hôtel is according to Paul Bernheim, who is ordered the built, a ‘traveler hotel, brewery and cinema’.
By remaking live the 30’s, the Grand Hotel Tours also chose to honor designers and interior decorators from this period.
For this, lounge and meeting rooms of the Grand Hotel Tours were named Mallet Stevens and Le Corbusier.
Of course, Maurice Boille, architect of the Grand Hotel Tours has a meeting room with his name.
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