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Address: 7 Rue De Berri Paris France
Hotel Phone: 33-1-40764076
Hotel Fax: 33-1-40764000
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Lancaster Hotel Paris France
The hotel was built in 1889 and used to be a stately home until it opened as a hotel in 1930. It is luxurious and beautifully decorated, portraying an innate attention to detail. Marlene Dietrich made it her home on frequent visits to Paris and a suite is named after her. Free WIFI connection available. (0908FP)

The discreet ancienne regime style 8 storey building is an intimate hotel of 60 bedrooms built around a courtyard- the scented winter garden.

The lobby is large, filled with chic Louis XV and XVI antiques and rococo clocks alongside modernist furniture which was exclusively designed for the hotel. As elsewhere, there are paintings by the hotel's own in house Russian artist, Boris Pastoukhoff, 1894-1974.An open-plan bar can be found by the lounge.

Just a stone's throw from the most famous avenue in the world, the Champs Elysées, and just around the corner from the Triangle d'Or, the hotel's sandstone façade stands proud on Rue de Berri, in Paris' 8th arrondissement. The surroundings of the hotel are easily explored on foot, including the prestigious Rue du Faubourg Saint-Honoré, the Place de l'Etoile, and the Place de la Concorde. The Eiffel Tower and the Jardin des Tuileries are only 15 minutes away by public transport and is a 20 minute ride to the Louvre Museum. Orly Airport is 20 km away and it is some 30 km to Charles de Gaulle Airport.

Located in the heart of Paris, the hotel is a luxurious hideaway, housed in a 19th century private mansion. This establishment has the feel of an elegant private residence and offers 46 rooms and 11 suites over 8 floors, in a plush atmosphere that cultivates lifestyle à la Française. Traditional furniture, paintings by old masters, antiques and the re-creation of historical fabrics celebrate the best of the decorative arts. Its interior courtyard has been transformed into a Zen garden retreat. This hotel has all the feel of a thoroughly charming and stylish traditional home. Facilities on offer to guests at this air-conditioned establishment include a lobby area with a 24-hour reception, a hotel safe, a currency exchange facility, a cloakroom, lift access, a bar, a restaurant, conference facilities and Internet access. Guests may also take advantage of the room and laundry services and there is parking for those arriving by car.

Located on the Champs Elyses, next to the Arc de Triomphe, the Hospes Lancaster is an exclusive boutique hotel that was built in 1889. The Hospes Lancaster is the essence of the most refined Parisian culture. With 57 rooms located around a beautiful, Zen-inspired inner courtyard, this small palace is a space of silence and tranquillity. Contemporary and traditional elements are combined inabsolute refinement. An extensive and valuable collection of French art and antiques create inimitable surroundings for the guests enjoyment. Hotel Lancaster counts with one Michelin Star restaurant, La Table du Lancaster, run under the talent of French master chef, Michel Troisgros. His inspiration gives life to the most exquisite creative cuisine, a combination of traditional French cuisine with an oriental touch and a prominence of slightly sour notes.**Parking Fee: Please Note parking is 32 Euros per car per Night.**

Located on the Champs Elysees, next to the Arc de Triomphe, the Lancaster is an exclusive boutique hotel that was built in 1889. The Lancaster is the essence of the most refined Parisian culture. This small palace is a space of silence and tranquillity. Contemporary and traditional elements are combined in absolute refinement. An extensive and valuable collection of French art and antiques create inimitable surroundings for the guests' enjoyment. The Lancaster offers a one star Michelin restaurant, the Table du Lancaster, led by the famous French Chef Michel Troisgros. Magnificent 19th century style Chinese paintings, fine porcelain and silver cutlery laid out on fine tablecloths of Egyptian cotton create a setting for diners to enjoy the lively and stimulating flavours for which Michel Troisgros has won world-wide fame and recognition.

rooms with direct-dial phone, radio, some with balcony, 24-hour room service, 10 suites. Conference room capacity: 15 persons, concierge, fitness room, laundry/dry cleaning, parking (charge).

Opened 1889, Renovations 1996

The Building Which Today Houses The Hotel Lancaster Was Orignally Built In 1889 As A Town House In The Style Of The Ancienne Regime For Monsieur Santiago Drake Del Castillo A Spaniard Nobleman Who Had Aquired The Land Ten Years Earlier From The Prince And Princess Of Hennin. The House Remained In The Castillo Family Until 1925 When It Was Sold To A Swiss Gentleman Monsieur Emile Wolf. The Property At This Stage Comprised Of Four Flats One On Each Floor But Monsieur Wolf Decided To Commence The Process Of Enlargement And Transformation Which Was To Create The Hotel Lancaster. As Part Of The Works Four More Loors Were Added To The Building Between . However Wold Was At Pains To Ensure That The Old Met With The New To Form A Seamless Whole - A Philosophy Which Has Been Maintained In The Recent Hotel Refurbishment. During The Period Of Conversion Completed In 1930 Wolf And His Housekeeper The Daughter Of An Antique Deealer Scoured The Auction Houses Of Paris For Furniture Antique Clocks Paintings Chadeliers Lamps Tapestries Crystal And Porcelain To Furnish The Hotel. The Furniture That They Assembled Remains At The Hotel And Now Forms The Core Of An Extensive And Continuousl Eevolving Collection. The Wealth Of Louis Xv And Louis Xvi Furniture Adds An Intimatable Parisian Chic To The Rooms Though It Has Been Said Many Of The Pieces Are High Quality 19th Century Copies Now Collected In Their Own Right. A Typical Example Is Found With The Louis Xvi Style Bureau A Cylindre Which Is Decorated With Marquetry Music Trophes In Palissander Olve And Lemon Wood. Although English In Origin The Desk Was Made To Appeal To The Victorian Interest In Pre-revolutionary France. The Chiming Of Numerous Antique Clocks Floats Through The Lancaster. Particularily Appealing Examples Contained Within The Hotels Collection Are Ormolu-mounted Bright Green Rococo Clock. Another Equally Aesthetic Timepiece Dates From The Years When Napoleon Was Consul - Its Motifs Of Plam Leaves Lotus Flowers Gilt-bronze Sphinxes Were Inspired By Napoleons Egyptian Campaigns Which Unleashed A Flurry Of Pharoic Decoration. A Rococo Boulle Clock By Ifenne Sits On A Bracket In The Grand Salong Opposite A 19th Century Canal Scene By Felic Ziem. A Courtyard Forms The Centre Of The Lancaster. The Result Is A Hotel Steeped In History Where Each Room Takes On Individual Idenity. This Luxurious Elegance And Comfort, Attention To Detail And Impeccable Standard Of Service Has Led The Hotel To Become A Particular Favourite With Royalty, Society And Leading Figures From Government And The Arts. The Lancasters Past Clientele Has Ranged From Noel Coward To King Umberto Of Italy To Marlene Dietrich Greta Garbo Sir Alec Guiness And John Huston. It Is A Rarity To Find A Hotel Today That Provides The Latest Modern Conveniences And Comfort For Its Clientele But Keeps A Strong Respect For Tradition And Maintenance Of Its Antiquities. With An Extensive Restoration Just Completed Of All Pieces During Which Advise Was Sought From 18th And 19th Century Specialists The Lancaster Assured Its Historical Treasures Will Be Protected.
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