A journey through time

Rediscover the spirit
of the 1950s

The OSCAR hotel is located in the city center, at the heart of the Perret area listed as a UNESCO World Heritage Site, in a classified building.

The hotel is called OSCAR, referring to the furniture brand of the 1950s. It developed the concept of modular furniture in France.

But also, Oscar Hotel, in homage to the icon of Brazilian architecture, Oscar Niemeyer, who completed nearly six hundred architectural projects worldwide, and to his building in Le Havre, a true reference in the history of modern architecture, the Volcano.

In a post-war style, completely renovated and decorated by architect-designer Vincent DUTEURTRE in 2010, in a clever mix of new furniture and vintage finds, L’Oscar Hotel offers you a return to the 1950s in Le Havre with modern comforts: shower rooms/WC, parquet flooring, flat-screen TVs in all rooms, Queen Size beds, and courtesy trays in superior rooms. A guaranteed change of scenery awaits you after a day of work or for a tourist stay.”

Located opposite the hotel, Oscar Niemeyer wanted to sculpt space, to break free from academic rules and architectural formalism that only the use of concrete allows: ‘When I draw, only concrete will allow me to master a curve of such span.’ Sandrine welcomes you in a warm and family-friendly atmosphere, and will provide you with all the advice to make your stay as enjoyable as possible.