Inspired by the first sea bathing experiences at Trouville, the Cures Marines institute is delighted to offer once more those moments of relaxation and wellbeing.
The thalassotherapy and spa areas, set over two floors, are shrines to serenity.
The stripes in the decor inevitably call to mind the beach huts of the 1920s. The shared areas unite past and present,
as the decor draws out elements of the various ages the building has lived through.
The modern reinterpretation of classic architecture creates a feeling of timeless harmony.
The present gently and poetically references the past: old photos of sea bathing when it was first practised, words superimposed on the walls and thick matelot stripes. The two pools, adorned with giant bayadere stripes, appears to be perched atop ancient columns from giant ancient thermal baths.
Like a luxurious haven bathed in water and warm light, the Institute of the Cures Marines de Trouville is an invitation to switch off and take a chic dip in the sea water or to relax and rejuvenate. The institute has 32 treatment rooms and a treatment suite of four treatment rooms.