The new 4* Tribe property has been designed by Parisian interior architect Fabien Roque. The hotel is part of a series of projects that focus on nature. It combines local architecture with sophisticated design.
Located in Le Toquet, construction of the hotel began two years ago. Unlike the brand's other properties, Tribe Le Touquet lies in natural surroundings. The Ferré family therefore called on Fabien Roque to design a hotel that respects Tribe’s DNA while being anchored in the property’s natural setting.
The communal areas of the hotel include a restaurant and a bar. To create a cosy and friendly atmosphere, the interior designer chose, as a primary material, a velvet from Nobilis. The velvet covers the hotel’s armchairs, highchairs, and benches, while decorative objects adorn the shelves and tables. The restaurant has a chic and sober wooden floor, and the bar displays terrazzo and graphic rugs. The communal areas are marked by dynamic colours, which contrast with their black ceilings, where ventilation pipes appear just like in a loft.
To decorate the hotel's rooms, Fabien Roque gave place of honour to marble, wood, and brass. The rooms are decorated in a monochrome colour scheme dominated by green, as is the rest of the hotel. In keeping with the communal areas, the fabric of choice in the rooms is also the Nobilis velvet.
Outside Tribe Le Toquet there is a terrace surrounded by green pergolas. It is equipped with a barbecue and will also serve as a bar during the summer. The hotel has a spa with 2 pools, treatment rooms, and a sauna. A mosaic mural designed by Fabien Roque forms the ceiling of the spa and is reflected in the bottom of one of the pools.