This magnificent Art Deco hotel is set on a headland, with sea views to one side and a golf course to the other, away from the bustle of the town centre but still within walking distance. It is arranged around a galleried and glass-roofed atrium which is simply made for lounging, whatever the weather.
65 bedrooms including 10 suites featuring a refined decor in which each detail bears witness to the
site’s history, provide the perfect setting for a special break. Seemingly bigger on the inside than the outside, the fabulous galleried atrium at the heart of this hotel is quite a surprise. Built in 1907, it's gloriously Art Deco in red, black and gold with brightly coloured mannequins dotted around and oversize sofas and chairs which invite you to linger. There’s also an enormous porcelain bulldog in the lobby and regularly changing art exhibitions – wherever you are, there’s something to look at.
IQORI got off to an auspicious start, with the aim of producing healthy, authentic cuisine allowing the quality of the ingredients to shine through. Its chef Antoine Chuard has a strong attachment to the south-west, bringing us delicious local flavours and gourmet dishes.
With the arrival of the first rays of sunshine, the outdoor swimming pool at the Régina Biarritz Hotel & Spa beckons you to enjoy a session in its solarium. It really is difficult to imagine anywhere more relaxing. The blue waters of the swimming pool disappear as if by magic thanks to the miracle of technology, in the form of a removable pool base. The area then transforms into a reception area for a waterside cocktail seminar or banquet.
situated in a quiet location, around a 15-minute walk from the town centre. Miramar Beach is a five-minute walk (mainly down steps) to one side and Golf de Biarritz le Phare, one of the oldest courses in France, is just behind the hotel.