Les Salons are both modern and atypical owing to the distinctive characteristics of the Grand Hôtel-Dieu. Each area retains traces of its history: from the marks left by the stonemasons to the period windows each more beautiful than the other.
The Salle des Conseils was once the rectors’ meeting room; the Salle des Vieux-Livres is the former library that held the hospital’s books; le Petit Dôme has a spectacular view on the City of Gastronomy; the windows of the Salle du Cloître overlook the century-old magnolia tree below.
Salle du Conseil
Salle des Vieux Livres
Espace du Petit Dôme
Salon du Cloître
Salon de l’Apothicaire
Salons Childebert, Ultrogothe et Rabelais
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