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Our 3 Prestige Double rooms of 25 m² located in the magnificent 19th century building combine a classic French style with contemporary touches. Housed in "Les Loges de la Monnaie", adjacent to the main building, you will reach your room via a sumptuous wooden staircase that has been completely renovated. The rooms decorated with Pierre Frey tapestries have a unique character and atmosphere, so you will sleep in a prestigious room where only you will enjoy the decoration.
Please note that there is no lift to the 1st and 2nd floors.
All our rooms have individually controlled air conditioning.
You can choose from a range of welcome products.Get your day off to a good start by booking your breakfast.
Enjoy our magnificent indoor buffet or the peace and quiet of your room with room service.
With their modern and baroque style, the 15 m² Standard rooms are ideal for a solo or double stay in the heart of La Rochelle.
Enter a pop world by settling into the setting of the 17 to 19 m² Comfort room. Neo-Baroque works of art and top-of-the-range services await you for a gentle stay.
Discover the 23 m² of softness of the Exclusive double room, ideal for a stay for two in our hotel near the Old Port of La Rochelle.
With a surface area of 23 m² and quality amenities, the Exclusive double room can accommodate up to 3 people. Fall under the spell of its modern, baroque decor.
A double room and a single room make up this magnificent Prestige Triple Loges room located in the building adjacent to the main building.
Come with your family or friends to this 32 m² suite for 4 people. Refined décor, quality services and brand-name amenities make it the ideal pied à terre in La Rochelle.
On the ground floor of the Hotel La Monnaie, discover a 50 m² suite that can accommodate 4 people in a sophisticated pop and zen decor, for an elegant and comfortable stay.
Put your bags down in the Suite La Sirène. Nestled in the adjacent building, it offers a panoramic view of the roofs of La Rochelle and the Tour de La Lanterne from its terrace.