The Marceillac Hotel, a jewel in Art Nouveau style
Hotel inaugurated in 1912 by Pierre Adrien Marceillac
Pierre Adrien Marceillac (1853-1931)
After working hard, in 1912, when he was fifty, he managed to have it built.
Although the façade is regular with its two balconies, the ornaments belong to Art Nouveau Style
with vegetal patterns: an expressive border of pittosporum leaves is repeated along the façade.
Inside, the decoration is softer: only the stairs with its widening banisters remain inkeeping with Art Nouveau Style.
Allegoric forms on top of the doors are rather symbolic.
The hotel was registered as an Historical Monument.
Since 1912, five generations will devote their life to the conservation of the building, faithful to their
In 2006, the hotel was registered as an Historical Monument.
The hotel keeps Kohn and Thonet chairs brought from Vienna in 1912 as well as the furniture of room n°17.