Villa Novarina: a bias for space and modernity

Villa Novarina: a bias for space and modernity

In the residential embassy district, close to the magnificent Orangerie Park, this unique home is an exercise in pure style, dominated by the rigour so dear to Le Corbusier.

It was love at first sight for the Claus family, who acquired this former villa of the modernist architect Charles Novarina in 2002. The building makes a complete break from the surrounding classicism, and a remarkable renovation, in line with the initial spirit, allowed the birth of the only five-star hotel listed in the east of France.

The design here finds a perfect framework for its expression, with the strong presence of works of art and original furniture by Le Corbusier, Charles and Ray Eames, and Florence Knoll. Dressed in light, the 24 rooms and suites each have a terrace and most have a spa a delight for aesthetes. If it is available, ask for 213 with its charming private garden.

Without a doubt, this exclusive hotel is absolutely unique in its approach to perfection. Among its many little pleasures, there is a heated pool and a Luxe Spa, the first in Alsace, which combine splendidly with the impeccable hospitality.

Villa Novarina
11, rue Westercamp

+33 (0)3 90 41 18 28

Rooms: from 175 EUR