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The Club: 300m² shared to feel like at home
Okko Hotels One of the peculiarities of this hotel is that it offers common areas where you feel really good, both for work and for relaxation. The hotel's layout, designed by Studio Norguet, plays on the subtle blend of Fiftie colors and contemporary furniture with great finesse. We love this space, designed like the living rooms of an architect's villa, with its black library, its midnight blue sofas and its brick and emerald armchairs. An intimate setting that opens up the prospects of a hotel stay.
Design and colors by Studio Norguet
Okko Hôtels Beef blood red, brick orange, cobalt blue… Here, the colors are queens and create unexpected volumes. Alcoves and large open spaces come together to bring this common place to life and make it vibrate with frank but muted nuances. We love, for example, this greige sofa with minimalist lines, integrated into a corner of the wall.
A copper alcove
Okko Hotels Copper is used by touches by Studio Norguet. He chose it to enlarge and shine spaces dedicated to rest or work. Slightly set back, this red leather armchair matching the pedestal table, fits a little bit apart in its coppery alcove, while being fully part of the decor. We come to work or take a break without feeling exposed to all eyes.
Services for business customers
Okko Hotels In the common area, everything is done to facilitate the workers' stay. The wifi network is offered free of charge and an iMac connected to a printer is made available to customers. The objective of Okko Hotels is indeed to attract a demanding business clientele, by offering them an environment that is both elegant and teeming with services, all at a reasonable price. The group, at the head of six hotels, intends to develop rapidly in France and has already planned the opening of 5 hotels within three years.
Okko Hotels Here, the formula is voluntarily "all inclusive" to best satisfy customers. In addition to the breakfast and snacks available during the day, an "aperitivo" is offered free of charge by the hotel each evening. Glass of wine, local beer and local products are available to guests who wish to take a break on the terrace overlooking the city or in one of the cozy "Club" areas.
View of the Adour at breakfast
Okko Hotels Here, we have breakfast above the Adour. The bird's-eye view is splendid and sublimated by large glass walls that bathe the room in light. We love this contemporary, very drawn spirit, which opens onto the outside and succeeds in a permanent back and forth between nature and design.
A large, pleasant rooftop
Okko Hotels We really like the large terrace on the 9th floor. Overlooking the city, it is a great asset for a hotel located in the center and invites you to enjoy your stay by resting in these pretty anise armchairs with clean lines and generous seating.
Patrick Norguet's design room
Okko Hotels The 18m² rooms, designed by Patrick Norguet, are very contemporary. They play light shades enhanced with some coral and brick notes. In the entrance, the wall is covered with a louvered wall with curved lines, very original. The walls are painted in a light and elegant pearl gray. A large walk-in shower completes this comfortable and aesthetic room.
Desk and room services
Okko Hôtels We love this small office signed Patrick Norguet which has everything of a big one. The boxes attached to its minimalist structure give it a unique character. The monocoque chair, soft and generous, invites comfort. A Nespresso machine and a video-on-demand service complete the services to meet the requirements of a business clientele.