Hôtel Haguenot

34000, Montpellier
  • Visitable

Introduction

Montpellier "madness" formerly outside the walls, the Hotel Haguenot was built between 1751 and 1760 by Jean-Antoine Giral, future architect of the Place Royale du Peyrou, for Henri Haguenot, professor at the Faculty of Medicine of Montpellier.

Nestled in the heart of a terraced garden with trees and refreshed by fountains, it opens largely to the outside through many French windows.
The interior decoration, work of Roubieu, consists of gypseries representing life in the fields.

My castle is visitable

Hotel Haguenot is open from January to July inclusive and from September to December inclusive, only by appointment.

Weekdays and weekends for groups.
Circuit in the gardens and in the historic lounges with privileged access (for groups of 20 people max) to the astronomical terrace offering a remarkable view of Montpellier.

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Spoken languages: French