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Hyatt Hotels has reopened Hôtel Du Palais Biarritz in France after restoration of most of its guestrooms and suites.

The hotel, a part of The Unbound Collection by Hyatt brand, was built in 1854 and features 86 guestrooms and 56 suites. The restoration has seen addition of new, modern elements to the hotel.

It also features 32,291ft2 Imperial Spa, which is spread over four floors and comprised of an indoor freshwater pool, whirlpool, hammam, sauna, seawater pool and has a private changing room, shower, toilet, and free Wi-Fi.

Hôtel du Palais general manager Alessandro Cresta said: “We are delighted to welcome guests to the extraordinary Hôtel du Palais in Biarritz. Whether they wish to cross the majestic threshold for a stay at the hotel, a drink at Bar Napoleon III or lunch with the family at our fine-dining restaurant, La Rotonde, guests can enjoy a truly magical experience during their stay.

“During the renovation process it’s been of the utmost importance for us to preserve the rich heritage and DNA of the palace that makes it the perfect destination when visiting Biarritz and the Basque Country.

“We look forward to inviting guests and inspiring collectible moments through bespoke experiences that spark new narratives of their own.”

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The hotel joins Hôtel du Louvre in Paris and Hôtel Martinez in Cannes, as part of The Unbound Collection by Hyatt brand in France.

Upon completion of the final phase of its extensive renovation, Hôtel du Palais is expected to commence operations in summer next year.