Collage of staff members working at The Originals Hotels


During this particular context, the hoteliers of The Originals, Human Hotels & Resorts stay together. 
Passionate about their work, they always have a smile on their face and are always ready to help. They love contact, exchange and sharing. In this complicated context, they have chosen to act and to put their know-how at the service of those who need it.
They propose you beautiful recipes of tasty dishes to prepare at home and they are also at the initiative of beautiful solidarity demonstrations in this period. And if you need to get away from it all, right now, from your couch, our hoteliers will take you on a unique journey through their region. Don't wait any longer to discover them:

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Portrait of 3 staff members working at The Originals Hotels
Aux Maisons, The Originals Relais

Last month, the hotel's staff got down to work in the kitchen and prepared 25 meals to offer to the Chaource medical center. And to keep things local, the hotel's restaurant prepares daily take-away meals, made from local products.

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Guests checking in by the front desk at The Originals Hotels
The Originals Boutique, Hôtel Maison Montmartre

Since the beginning of the health crisis, the hotel has welcomed caregivers from the Bichat and Pitié Salpétrière hospitals. Today, the hotel continues to show solidarity by also welcoming patients from the hospitals. The establishment provides caregivers and patients with a whole floor, i.e. about 20 rooms.

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Exterior view of the main entrance at The Originals Hotels
The Originals City, Hôtel de l’Europe, Saint-Nazaire

For a year now, Laurent Dupont and his team have been showing solidarity with the homeless. Among them is an artist who makes frescos that you can see on the walls of the hotel. A beautiful demonstration of generosity and solidarity !


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Friends posing by the entrance at The Originals Hotels
Hôtel Beauregard, The Originals Relais

Valérie and Eric Boitte, directors of the school, welcomed 3 athletes Théo Curin, Malia Mettela & Matthieu Witvoet. They did an intensive training course at Lake Annecy to prepare for an amazing exploit: the Titicaca Challenge! It consists in crossing in total autonomy the Titicaca lake, in the heart of the Andes: 122 km swimming on 10 days!