Accommodation capacity
4 people


68m² + terrace 12m²

Guest Rooms


The apartment

Capacity of reception : 4 pers (+2pers)
Bathroom: 1 (thalasso bath)
separate WC
Bedroom: 2
Beds : 2 (2×2 beds 80 x 200)
Sofa bed: 1 (140 x 190)
Animal on site: Certain animals
Equipped kitchen
Air-conditioned accommodation
Furnished terrace: 12 m²

Equipment & services

wireless Internet
Television in each bedroom
Air conditioner
Hair dryer
Linen – Bath towels
End of stay cleaning

Arrival and departure

Arrival: 4:00 p.m. – 8:00 p.m.
Departure: 11:00

Sculptor, author of the Statue of Liberty

Frédéric Auguste Bartholdi, born August 2, 1834 in Colmar and died October 4, 1904 in Paris, was a French sculptor.

He is notably the author of the famous Statue of Liberty (whose exact title is Liberty Enlightening the World), offered by France to the United States and then placed on Bedloe’s island, at the entrance to the port of New York. ; he is also the author of the group Les Fleuves et les Sources going to the Ocean of the fountain located on Place des Terreaux in Lyon, as well as the monumental Lion of Belfort, to celebrate the heroic resistance of the city during the siege of 1870- 71. His paintings are generally signed with the pseudonym of Amilcar Hasenfratz.