Room Curie

Capacity: 2 people
Bedding: 1 bed 140 x 190
Surface: 13 m² (+ bathroom & mezzanine)

Marie Curie was a Polish physicist and chemist. In 1903 she shared the Nobel prize for Physics with her husband, Pierre Curie, and Henri Becquerel for their research on radiations, then in 1911 the Nobel prize for Chemistry for her work on polonium and radium. She came to Port-Blanc to rest at the Hôtel des Roches Grise before the birth of her daughter Irene, in 1897.

The room is painted a deep velvety « prunelle » colour. A wild fruit we collect after the first frosts to make a liquor.

Features

WiFi illimited

Heated towel rail

Towels

Hairdryer

Room rates

Price per night, breakfast included.

2 people 70 – 90€

Extra bed 25 €

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