Hôtel Edouard VII Biarritz, also called “Ville des Rosiers” (Villa of rose bushes), is a charming hotel located at the center of Biarritz, at the confluence corner of the avenues Vitor Hugo and Carnot, 200 meters away from beaches.
This XIXth century house was the summer residence of Docteur Adéma, Major of Biarritz. Emperor Napoleon IIIth use to come to this house to receive medical attention during his visits to the Basque coast.
This historic hotel, which during its history has been used as school, as medical dispensary, during the II World War as headquarter of the Nazi army, which has suffered expropriations and requisitions during war times, which has seen inside its walls Kings and Emperors, is today a charming hotel, very friendly with the time it has lived together but updated and exquisite in its decoration and services.
Edouard VII Biarritz counts with 18 comfortable and completely renewed rooms, decorated in a lavish and warm French style with Art Déco touches thanks to some outstanding wallpapers, designed by Pierre Frey, and the granite stone used in the bathrooms.
Bed linen and the equipment are of great quality.