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Several hydrotherapy establishments have followed one another since the creation of Deauville. In 1921, the Parisian architect Charles Adda was the winner of a competition organized by the municipality to replace the establishment of the baths then very degraded. Innovative, his project entitled "The Pompeii baths" is inspired by the models of Antiquity while registering in modernity by clean lines and the use of concrete, all mitigated by a decoration of polychrome mosaics executed by architect-ceramists Alphonse Gentil and Eugène Bourdet. The originality of the program also resides in the association within the same building of cabins dedicated to therapeutic baths and cabins open on the shore. The first are organized around nine interior courtyards crossed by a central alley punctuated by shelters; the seconds, bordered by the Promenade des Planches, replace the traditional individual cabins. The establishment, which guarantees "all the conditions of hygiene, comfort and elegance demanded by bathers", is then equipped with the most modern equipment: 250 cabins including fifty luxury, powered by a double water service fresh and sea water, hot and cold; a hammam; shower, bath, massage, sweat and rest rooms.

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© Béatrice Augier

THE CABINS: THREE ATMOSPHERE
The 450 cabins in Deauville are rented by the day, by the week, by the month or by season. Three options:
- Beach side on the famous Planches
- On the boulevard side and small indoor pools: ideal for toddlers who love to splash around there under the supervision of parents ... Ultra clean: one of the pools is equipped with a filter that constantly renews the water, the water from the second is changed every day.
- On the courtyard side of the baths: for the Roaring Twenties atmosphere with its delicate universe populated by atriums, a fountain, galleries…

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