Napoleon Baths

Built in 1857 by Napoleon III, the Napoleon Baths include a modern healthcare infrastructure, the three star Grand Hotel and the restaurant L'Orangerie in a unique historical space in France.

An authentic cathedral made of stone, the baths are representative to the splendor of the Second Empire: the reception hall, a magnificent sandstone vault of the Vosges rises to more than 18 meters high on a corridor of 65 meters in length. The view is as spectacular as unexpected in this small town in the hollow of a valley filled with rivers and forests.

In this timeless place, relax in these spaces specially designed for your well-being (large relaxing rooms, bar, restaurant, garden …) and let yourself be pampered by our experienced spa team.



Comme depuis sa reprise par le groupe DocteGestio en 2012, les cures thermales conventionnées et mini-cures santé se déroulent dans l’espace de soins des Thermes Napoléon.

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Built over hot springs in 1857 by Napoleon III, the Baths constitute a unique array in France.

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Breakfast is served in the majestic veranda of the restaurant L’Orangerie. Enjoy traditional cuisine prepared by our Chef Frederic Mory.

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