Hospes Lancaster - Paris - 122676
Hospes Lancaster is an honored member of the Leading Hotels of the World List. Originally built in 1889 to be a private townhouse by the Spanish nobleman Santiago Grake del Castillo. This “Petit Palais” hotel, is an intimate refuge that surrounds a honey suckle perfumed Zen courtyard
The stunning indoor decoration is such a perfect mix match of modern and traditional elements that one naturally surrenders to the comfort, quality and elegance of the whole hotel. Its antiques and modern furniture is a perfect combination for a relaxing and discrete stay. Luxury, elegance, comfort and the attention to detail has made this hotel many celebrity’s prime accommodation choice the hotel’s philosophy, until this day, is a result of the hotelier’s anxiousness in marrying the old and the new.
The result is a sight for soar eyes, as this ARTEH® Hotel offers a “Parisian Chic” environment, richly decorated with Louis XV and Louis XVI style furniture. With a total of 60 rooms, including 11 suites some of which view the Eiffel Tower and the Sacre Coeur. The hotel is proud of the tranquility and top personalized service offered to all the guests. Some of the hotel’s suites have even been named after the guests, as is the case of the Marlene Dietrich Suite, who made the Hospes Lancaster Hotel her home for 3 years.
As a delicious complement to the hotel’s luxury and elegance, the Hospes Lancaster invites you to lunch or dine at the La Table du Lancaster. Winner of a Michelin Star, the restaurant opened its doors on March 2004, with menus designed by the master chef Michael Troisgros.
This hotel also offers small, private and very discrete business rooms. Its home alike environment will make your experience at Hospes Lancaster be a unique one in Paris.