The universe of the Seakub is inspired by the architecture of the 1950s in Royan: simple and creative, functional and daring, playing with light, colors and lines, celebrating the joie de vivre peculiar to its post-war years.
Built in the 50’s, the small building where the Seakub is nestled today was originally a simple, popular family guesthouse.
The rooms were not huge, the bathrooms even less so, but the large openings, the loggias, the direct access to the beach allowed everyone to enjoy the first paid holidays by the sea.
The complete renovation of the hotel, carried out in 2023, carefully preserves the volumes and architecture of its origin, in the 50’s. It adds the comfort expected today: air conditioning, soundproofing, top-of-the-range bedding, selection of high quality materials, etc.
Thanks to the craftsmen, artists, illustrators and graphic designers involved in this project, it also develops an aesthetic inspired by the 1950s, but resolutely contemporary.
Whether you come to Royan for a business trip, a weekend or for your holidays, you will feel at home.
After the beach, or between two business meetings, relax in the garden, read a book or listen to music in the lounge... the common areas of the Seakub are at your disposal all day long.
The Seakub has only 8 rooms, guaranteeing a calm and attentive stay. Overlooking the sea or the garden sheltered by a majestic mimosa, the choice is yours!
Located in the centre of Royan, on the Grande Conche beach, the Seakub is close to all the must-see sites of the seaside town: the central market, the church, the congress center, the beaches... Shops and restaurants are easily accessible on foot.
And thanks to the large network of cycle paths, all the open and luminous landscapes of the Côte de Beauté are open to your bike rides: the wild coast and the Coubre forest, La Tremblade and the Marennes-OIéron marshes, the Cognac vineyards, or the Matata and Talmont-sur-Gironde caves.
The Communauté d'agglomération Royan Atlantlique and the Région Nouvelle Aquitaine for their support.
And, last but not least, Edwige Douaud, our architect, and all the craftsmen: Greg Vignaud for the masonry. Thierry Herviot for the electricity, Romain Sauquet for the carpentry, Arnaud Guérin for the tiling, Fabrice Brunet for the plumbing, Richard Boulle for the made-to-measure washbasins, Basile Delpeyra for the painting, and Micronat Création for the handrails.