Arrivals are possible from 4:30 pm to 7:30 pm. For those who want to arrive at another time, no problem! The day of your arrival, you will receive an SMS or email with the hotel access code and the name of your room. Rooms must be vacated by 11 am on the day of departure.


To view the Seakub's rates, simply click on the 'book' button and select the dates and room category you are interested in. The prices shown are in € including VAT, per room and per night. They do not include breakfast, except for a special package, or the city tourist tax.


For reasons of comfort and safety the Seakub can only accommodate a maximum of 2 people per room. We cannot install extra beds, except for a cot for children under 2 years old in the rooms "On garden with balcony".


The Seakub does not have a car park, but you can park your car wherever you want in front or in the adjacent streets: parking is free everywhere in Royan! Are you on a bike? We have provided a secure area in the garden for you. It is accessible on the day of your arrival, from 5pm to 8pm.

People with reduced mobility

Unfortunately, the Seakub is not equipped with a lift or facilities for disabled guests (disabled room, etc.).

Other informations

Although we love them, the Seakub is not at all suitable for animals, however small they may be.
The Seakub is NON SMOKING in its entirety (rooms and common areas).

Baby bed

Only the rooms "On the garden with balcony" can accommodate a baby bed (for children up to 2 years old) at the rate of 15€/night. Please check that you are choosing a suitable room when making your reservation. For safety reasons we must be informed if you are staying with a baby. A cot will be provided for your arrival.






Seakub would not be what it is without their support and mobilization. We would like to thank them for this, joyfully!

The Communauté d'agglomération Royan Atlantlique and the Région Nouvelle Aquitaine for their support.

  • Geralda van der Es, Spresso & Co, for her illustrations and pictures
  • Marie-Pierre Autonne, for the visual identity and logo
  • Pierre Quiclet (Pierkidesign) web development & animation
  • Ludovic Pellet (Declic Graphic) for the web graphics
  • Véronique Delhay tor fabrics and vintage furniture
  • Alexandra Alexandre, and the whole MADA team, for the arrangement of the breakfast buffets

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.

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