Updated: Feb 14
For decades The French Riviera has been a playground for the rich and famous,
with travellers arriving en masse to soak up the European summer.
Think Bond, James Bond.
The French Riviera is known for its swanky beach clubs,
top tier restaurants and fast cars, The perfect place to do some serious people watching and star spotting, with no real rival, until now.
Back in style and poised to knock The French Riviera of it’s perch is Biarritz.
The seaside resort on the Basque coast has long been a pit stop for avid surfers, keen to test their skills on the Atlantic waves.
The tiny town has begun attracting a new crew, of jet setters and adventurers, keen to immerse themselves in Biarritz’s beautiful beaches, swanky boutiques and sensational Basque seafood.
at La Cabane à Huîtres. A top-notch oyster bar set inside a seaside cabin. Down a dozen molluscs of your choice from the chalkboard menu, while sipping a superb local drop.
at Hotel du Palais. Situated on the Grand Place of Biarritz and originally a palace, it was built by Napoléon III for his wife Eugénie de Montijo. It is the only historical palace on the Atlantic coast.
at Les Sandales d'Eugénie. Get into the Basque spirit and grab a pair of espadrilles from this family-run shop that has been selling customised slippers since the 1930s.
When choosing to stay at the Hotel du Palais our travellers receive:
Upgrade on arrival
$100 USD spa credit
Early check-in/late check out
Get in touch with us here to discover Biarritz and book your European escape today.