Grand Hotel des Sablettes Plage, Curio Collection by Hilton
Situated in a historic 19th-century building, Grand Hotel des Sablettes Plage, Curio Collection by Hilton is perched above the breathtaking beach of Les Sablettes in the coastal city of La Seyne-Sur-Mer. With 75 fully refurbished guest rooms and suites, including a 200-square-meter Presidential Suite with sweeping sea-views, the hotel's décor is a clever mix of modern and classic elements to pay homage to the building's legacy.
In addition to soaking up the pristine private, sandy beach and the charming shops and restaurants of Promenade Jean Charcot, guests can also delve into the culture and history of the city of Toulon just 10km away.
With three onsite restaurants, our hotel in La Seyne-Sur-Mer offers guests memorable dining experiences catering to all palates.
Guests can replenish at the city's first Spa des Sablettes by Nuxe, offering a number of massages and facial treatments, as well as indoor/outdoor pools, a hammam, sauna, whirlpool and a relaxing terrace. The fitness center also features the latest cardio equipment and elliptical machines.
• Historic hotel with exclusive location along Promenade Jean Charcot
• Renovated guest rooms and suites, all with sea or garden views
• Three fine-dining restaurants and 24-hour room service
• Spa des Sablettes by Nuxe featuring massage cabins, saunas and two pools
• Indoor/outdoor event space for events of up to 500 guests
What To Do Around Here
Stay at the Grand Hotel des Sablettes Plage and explore this scenic region with ease. Sink your toes in the sand at Les Sablettes beach just steps away, or spend a sunny day discovering the restaurants and shops of Promenade Jean Charcot just beyond our front door. Toulon city center is only 15 minutes away by boat or car, and it’s a short boat ride to the islands of Porquerolles, Giens and Port-Cros. Our staff is pleased to recommend events, attractions and landmarks near our hotel during your stay.
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This page was last updated: 19 March 2019