Accommodation capacity
4 people





The apartment

Capacity: 4 people
Bathroom: 1 (shower)
Separate WC: 1
Bedroom: 2
Beds : 2 (2×2 beds 80 x 200)
Animal on site: Certain animals
Equipped kitchen
Air-conditioned accommodation

Equipment & services

wireless Internet
Television in the living room
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
Gianoberto Bugatti, known as Jean (January 15, 1909 – August 11, 1939), was a French-Italian mechanical engineer, designer, industrialist, automobile manufacturer and factory test pilot, heir to Bugatti, founded by his father Ettore Bugatti in 1909.

In December 1909, the year of his birth, his father founded the Bugatti factory in Molsheim-Dorlisheim, 30 km southwest of Strasbourg, where he settled with his family. Jean worked from an early age as an engineer, alongside his father in the factory design office1. Heir to the artistic talent of his forebears, at a very early age he designed numerous bodies and variants of Bugatti automobiles.

He also inherited his father’s mechanical genius, whose work he helped to modernize, in particular with the design in the 1930s of the Bugatti Type 50, 51, 53, 54, 55, 57, 59, 64…, with supercharged 8-cylinder double overhead camshaft engines, as successors to the Bugatti Type 35 (his father’s masterpiece), with lowered chassis and hydraulic brakes.

On August 11, 1939, Jean Bugatti was killed at the age of 30, during factory testing and tuning of the Bugatti Type 57 G Tank (winner of the 1937 24 Hours of Le Mans and 1939 24 Hours of Le Mans) for the Grand Prix Automobile de La Baule. During testing on a farm road in Duppigheim, a cyclist cuts off Jean Bugatti’s car, which runs off the road to avoid him and crashes into a tree.