Hôtel de Bezannes
This particular hotel was probably built by Pierre de Bezannes, the inhabitants’ lieutenant in the 15th century. Originally established on a vast plot, it was made up of a main body and two wings that surrounded a main courtyard.
After the war, the remaining wing was restored by the architect Max Sainsaulieu and positioned 4 metres back so as to be in line with the Cours Langlet.
The large bay windows on the façade are adorned with more flamboyant Gothic touches: ridge turrets, pinnacles, ogee arches, etc.