Hotel Lancaster
7 rue de Berri , Paris France
Hôtel Lancaster, just steps from the most celebrated avenue in the world, the Champs Elysées, and just around the corner from the Triangle d’Or, has been constructed in a 19th-century private mansion, and offers 46 sumptuous rooms and 11 suites over 8 floors. Traditional furniture, paintings by old masters, antiques, the re-creation of historical fabrics, an interior courtyard that has become a Zen garden retreat, and a staff that goes above and beyond with discretion and hospitality, makes guests of the Hôtel Lancaster feel as if they are in their own grand home.

Hôtel Lancaster — Chic & Traditionally Parisian

Located in the heart of Paris, just off the Champs Elysées, the Hotel Lancaster is a luxurious hideaway, constructed in a 19th-century private mansion. It is an intimate address, with the feel of an elegant private residence. The hotel offers 46 rooms and 11 suites over 8 floors, in a plush atmosphere that cultivates a certain art of living à la Française. Traditional furniture, paintings by old masters, antiques and the re-creation of historical fabrics celebrate the decorative arts in the best light. Its interior courtyard has become a Zen garden retreat. All the feel of a thoroughly charming traditional Parisian home.

Just steps from the most celebrated avenue in the world, the Champs Elysées, and just around the corner from the Triangle d’Or, the Hotel Lancaster’s sandstone façade stands proudly on Rue de Berri in the 8th arrondissement of Paris. The prestigious neighbourhood sites are easily accessible by foot — Rue du Faubourg Saint-Honoré, the Place de l’Etoile, and the Place de la Concorde.

An authentic ’home away from home’ with a unique soul that inspires peace and harmony. Where staff members go above and beyond to cultivate the art of hospitality based, on a foundation of passion, loyalty, discretion and humility. Where everyone shares the same goal — to ensure the satisfaction and enjoyment of each guest.


Opulent Rooms & Suites

Facing either Rue de Berri or the interior courtyard garden, the 46 rooms and 11 suites of the Lancaster cover 8 floors of the building. Intimate or very spacious, they all tie to a certain art of living à la Française, through their rare antique furniture, opulent silk damask bed linens and draperies, luxurious accessories, fine paintings, sofas, desks, and porcelain. Most of the bathrooms combine grey or beige marble and African iroko wood. The luxury bathroom fixtures, the heated towel bars and all the accessories are designed in retro style. Plush towels, bathrobes and slippers are also designed uniquely for the Lancaster. The Korres toiletries are made from organic products and are suitable for everyone.

Classic rooms that provide the most up-to-date technological services that guests would expect in a luxury hotel — all rooms offer two telephone lines, voice mail, a safe, an LCD flat screen TV and DVD players, as well as iPod dock and complimentary high speed Wi-Fi.


La Table du Landcaster & Fine Gastronomy Options

To create La Table du Lancaster, the hotel owners have called on the talent of the master chef, Michel Troisgros. His inspiration, in concert with the owners’ personal selections, has given life to creative, light and elegant meals. The menu, purposely brief, is organized by theme, based on products chosen by Michel Troisgros for their intensity, freshness, and slightly sour notes. The wit of the tomato — the burst of lemon and citrus fruit — the bite of condiments and spices — the green of fresh vegetables, herbs and fruit – The sweetness of dairy products. Gorgeous marigold walls and rich aubergine velvet draperies lit by soft warm chandelier light is the perfect atmosphere to savor La Table du Lancaster’s fine dining —intimate, understated and contemporary.

In addition to La Table du Landcaster, other gastronomy options are The Garden, Le Grand Salon, Le Salon Berri, Le Salon Fontenoy, Sunday’s Lunch, and the Lounge Bar’s Hot Chocolate Menu.

Sunday’s Lunch —
The restaurant "La Table du Lancaster" supervised by Michel Troisgros is renewing with the traditional Sunday’s Lunch and is offering a menu balancing between Modernity and Tradition.

The Garden —
The interior courtyard of the former mansion is now a peaceful courtyard garden, where tradition meets contemporary minimalism. A refreshing green oasis inspired by Asian and European sensibilities. Its modest proportions only enhance the effect. Nothing has been left out that sooths the five senses. The rustling of the leaves, the murmur of the water, the fragrance of flowers, the tones of greens, and the radiance of red. As soon as the weather warms, the garden hosts elegant tables and chairs made of exotic woods. A small bed of pebbles create the effect of a stream flowing through the centre of the garden. A place of serenity and calm in the heart of the capital.

Le Grand Salon —
The former entrance for horse-drawn carriages leads to the main hall. A generous space with a high glass ceiling shelters the Grand Salon. Bathed in light passing through three vast arched windows that open onto the courtyard garden, the salon has several areas for conversation and socializing. Chairs with very high backrests, right out of a fairy tale, accompany the game tables, all made of precious woods. Antique furniture mingles with the contemporary. Fine fabrics and the play of lines, lighting and materials. Armchairs, couches, mirrors and portrait paintings. Opulent comfort. A transformation à la française and a cosmopolitan elegance. An atmosphere of quiet opulence and serenity. A very warm and inviting space.

Le Salon Berri —
Intimate and balanced proportions greet you in the Salon Berri. Facing the street, the large windows allow an abundance of light to pass. A dignified atmosphere. The careful arrangement of antique furnishings. An expansive couch. Wing chairs and antique armchairs. A sparkling chandelier. Vast perfume bottles from Grasse transformed as lamps. A small desk and a fireplace. Portraits and a tall mirror. Subdued colours dominated by soft lime green. Walls covered with silk damask. The Salon Berri is what you would expect to find in the most elegant French home. Reassuring and calm, it’s an environment suitable for relaxation and conversation in small groups.

Le Salon Fontenoy —
The Salon Fontenoy is a private dining room featuring warm colors and natural daylight. An entire wall is dedicated to the fresco "The Battle of Fontenoy" from 1742. On the opposed wall an 18th century wall clock perfect the decoration of this upscale salon illuminated by a crystal Baccarat chandelier. The refined atmosphere is more than appropriate for private business or pleasure dining.


24-Hr Concierge Services • Fitness Center • Business Services • Extras

Most of the concierges of Hotel Lancaster belong to the Clefs d’Or professional association, ensuring discreet and efficient assistance at any time of day or night.

Our Concierge team is on-hand to assist disabled persons during their stay. Hôtel Lancaster offers equipment such as a wheelchair, a portable magnetic buckle, phones and telecommands with big keys and vibrating alarm clock.

On the eighth floor, Hôtel Lancaster offers an intimate fitness centre with cardiovascular workout equipment and a sauna, to help guests unwind after a busy day or tone up before going out.

A host of business services are available to guests, including Wi-Fi Internet access, cell phone rental, private meeting rooms, complementary newspapers, international television stations, fax rental, and complementary shoe shine service.

Hôtel Lancaster gives a very warm welcome to children, offering them all a small gift to start off their fun stay. DVDs for children, video game consoles, and items for the very young (bottle warmers and high chairs) are available. Ask the concierges about babysitting services.