"We should build towns in the country because that's where the air is pure." In the lobby, a quote from Alphonse Allais, a 19th century journalist, writer and humorist, sets the tone. Here, the décor evokes the natural appeal of Honfleur. A palette of light, of contrasts... everything reflects the artistic mood. Splashes of red, the painters' favourite primary colour, enliven the walls. Then green, a nod to plant life. In the breakfast room, pop art prints and photos that depict the town. And in the rooms? Soft tones encourage daydreaming. Perfectly settled into a spacious bed, you drift off with Impressionistic visions dancing in your head!
Honfleur: its port, its light and its painters. Sitting with a sketchpad, or standing behind their easel, they invade the streets. The first to set up shop? Eugène Boudin, Claude Monet, Jongkind... they all fell under the town's spell. As did the owner of the Ibis Styles. Quotes from artists, sparkling colours... you settle in, settle down-for the duration!
Discover the art and architecture of Honfleur... At Ibis Styles, the visit continues. Here the staff is as natural and easygoing as the landscape-cheerful and warm. A cosy, homey atmosphere. Whether you are here for the weekend of for business, smooth sailing ahead!