Bright and contemporary Hotel Le Grand Large was designed in 1965 by a student of renowned architect "Le Corbusier", known as one of the pioneers of modern architecture. The building's white façade and strong lines are in striking contrast to the green coastal scrub from which it emerges, just a stone's throw from the beach at Rémigeasse. Inside, the various rooms and communal spaces continue the theme, with straight lines, lots of white, and large windows to let in the sweeping views of the coast.
There are 13 different room categories, some with separate living and sleeping areas and providing direct access to the dunes from a private terrace. The Panoramic Rooms are equally charming, however, with views stretching across the beach and sea.
Families of all ages
Things to do at the property:
Relax in the indoor pool or book a private session in the whirlpool, overlooking the dunes and beach
Book a treatment at the 24-hour spa
Workout in the gym
Enjoy creative, seasonal and delicious cuisine at the hotel's excellent restaurant
Take yoga lessons with sea views
Put your feet up and watch the sun set over the beach at the lounge bar
Things to do nearby:
Explore the capital Saint-Pierre
Watersports including yachting, sailing, surfing, jet-skiing and kite surfing
Head to La Cotiniere to explore the fish market and enjoy dinner at one of the many celebrated seafood restaurants
Hiking or riding in attractive countryside or on deserted beaches
Explore the island's military history at Chateau Oléron, Fort Boyard and Fort Louvois
Head to Saint Trojan les Bains for one of the best beaches in France
The idea for Red Savannah was always based on a clear market need. A small team of the most experienced travel designers, supported by the latest technology and delivered with the lightest touch. In short, a travel company redefined for the 21st century.