Hotels in France » Region Basse-Normandie
Basse-Normandie (English: Lower Normandy) is an administrative region of France. It was created in 1956, when the Normandy region was divided into Basse-Normandie and Haute-Normandie (English: Upper Normandy)
Normandy has its own regional language, the Norman language. This language is still in use today in Basse-Normandie, with the dialects of the Cotentin more in evidence than others. Lower Normandy has also been the home of many well-known French authors, including Guy de Maupassant, Marcel Proust, Jules Barbey d'Aurevilly, and Gustave Flaubert. Notable Norman language authors connected especially with Lower Normandy include Alfred Rossel, Louis Beuve, and Côtis-Capel.
With a Norman facade and modern interiors, the hotel Almoria *** welcomes you in the heart of Deauville in Normandy. Entirely redecorated and fully air-conditioned, the hotel offers 60 personalized rooms. The Almoria also has a breakfast room opening onto a patio, a lounge with a fireplace, a bar and a pool table.