A resort turned hotel

Built in 1887 by the sea, this old mansion takes its name from the limestone rocks that line the coast from Cassis to Marseille. Situated after the marina, it enjoys a unique location, between the village and the Calanques, with a breathtaking view of the majestic cliff of Cap Canaille. It was only in the early 1920s that the property was transformed into a hotel and opened to the public. Winston Churchill, and later Edith Piaf, stayed there.

From this period, the building retains some beautiful elements of Art Deco architecture: its wrought iron entrance framed by columns, two balconies with worked corbelling, and an astonishing banister with a scaly motif, where the initials RB for Roches Blanches stand out on the first floor. During the 20th century, the hotel was remodelled and enlarged several times.

The Renovation

The hotel Les Roches Blanches has undergone a complete renovation in order to give back to its building the soul of the 1930s. A mix of the Roaring Twenties and Art Deco reminiscent of the Riviera of the first half of the 20th century.

Imagined by the Kappel agency, the new modern and neat decor aims to restore the hotelLes Roches Blanches 's identity: French elegance in an unparalleled natural landscape for unforgettable moments.

The Gardens

The hotelLes Roches Blanches 's gardens are planted with trees, umbrella pines, succulents, terraces with direct access to the sea and an exceptional location.

Lovers' stay

Ideal for a romantic getaway, the hotel Les Roches Blanches is a true cocoon away from the eyes, bathed in the softness of the Mediterranean. For a weekend or more, treat yourself to an unforgettable stay as a lover.

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